liberal arts program (700.b0) liberal arts (history, liberal arts (history, ideas & civilization)...
Post on 06-Apr-2020
Embed Size (px)
SEMESTER 1: THE BIRTH OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION • Introduction to Literature • Knowledge and Forms of Knowledge • Ancient World History • Physical Education • Introduction to Philosophy: Greece and Rome • Two Option Courses
SEMESTER 2: MIDDLE AGES AND RENAISSANCE • Medieval and Renaissance World Literature • Medieval and Renaissance World Views • World Religions • Research Methods in the Liberal Arts • Two Option Courses • French • Physical Education
SEMESTER 3: THE BIRTH OF THE MODERN AGE • 17th to 19th Century Literature • History of the Modern World (Post-Classical World) • Great Philosophical Ideas of the Modern World • The “Sense” of Works of Art • Principles of Logic and Mathematical Language • Two Option Courses
SEMESTER 4: THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD • 20th Century Literature • Ethical Issues • History of Science and Scientific Methodology • Liberal Arts Essay Seminar • French • Physical Education • One Option Course
OPTION COURSES MAY BE SELECTED FROM THESE CONCENTRATION AREAS:
• Anthropology • Economics • English Literature • Geography • History • Italian • Mathematics • Spanish • Philosophy • Political Science • Psychology • Sociology
Courses will vary each semester depending on availability and space limitations.
ra l A
ra l A
rt s (
s & C
WHAT IS LIBERAL ARTS (HISTORY, IDEAS & CIVILIZATION)? • A well-rounded education based on interdisciplinary
• An exploration of ideas and knowledge-building skills in the areas of literature, history, philosophy, the humanities, religion, history of art, social sciences, natural sciences, as well as logic and mathematical languages
• A broad understanding of the ideas of the western civilization, a sense of the humanistic tradition and what it means to be a citizen of the world
• A unique program that avoids over-specialization in order to prepare academically-oriented students for many university programs
WHY LIBERAL ARTS (HISTORY, IDEAS & CIVILIZATION) AT CHAMPLAIN COLLEGE SAINT-LAMBERT? • An environment where faculty and students work
together in a community dedicated to learning
• Ability to think logically and read critically while expanding written and oral communication skills
• Dynamic and stimulating discussions around issues from the Classical Age to the 21st Century
• Opportunity to broaden your intellectual horizons by choosing option courses from the following areas:
• Extra curricular activities such as concerts, plays, movies and field trips
• Anthropology • Calculus • Economics • Geography • History • Human Biology • Philosophy
• Political Science • Psychology • Public Speaking • Sociology • Spanish • Topics in Literature
WHERE LIBERAL ARTS (HISTORY, IDEAS & CIVILIZATION) AT CHAMPLAIN CAN TAKE YOU! • Law • Communications • Journalism • Education • Politics • History • Anthropology & Archeology
• Philosophy • Religious Studies • Literature • Creative Writing • Humanitarian Work • Research in many
APPLICATION DEADLINE March 1st for the Fall Semester.
MINIMUM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS In order to be admitted to a program leading to a Diploma of College Studies (DEC),
applicants must possess a Quebec Secondary School Diploma or have completed a
level of education that is deemed equivalent by the College.
ADMISSION PRIORITIES Even if applicants meet the requirements of the Règlement sur le régime des études
collégiales, they may be refused admission due to lack of space.
900 Riverside Drive, Saint-Lambert, Québec, J4P 3P2 tel: 450-672-7360 fax: 450-672-9299 toll free: 1-877-929-9197 firstname.lastname@example.org www.champlainonline.com