Social Science


Description of program

You’re interested in learning more about the world, societies and human relations? Come and explore the issues affecting humans with the support of a dynamic team and acquire the knowledge you need to go on to university in the field of management or administration.


Choosing to study here

  • Become involved in research experiences that give you a chance to put into practice what you’re learning and make the most of your intellectual energy.
  • Take part in meaningful field trips that stimulate authentic learning.
  • Become involved in a humanistic educational project that helps you build psychosocial aptitudes.
  • Build language skills to be able to communicate better verbally and in writing.

General admission conditions

To be eligible for college, you have to meet the following conditions:

Hold a secondary school diploma or hold a secondary school vocational diploma and have successfully completed the following courses:

  • Language of Instruction – Secondary 5
  • Second Language – Secondary 5
  • Mathematics – Secondary 4

Special admission conditions

Secondary 5 Maths Technical & Science or Science option


My future in Social science

University studies in the following fields:

  • The field of administration and management (human resources management, business administration, industrial relations, accounting, etc.);
  • Social science (politics, economics, history, philosophy, psychology, social work, criminology, law);
  • Communications (journalism, public relations, cinema, television);
  • Education (pre-school, primary school, secondary school teaching, special education);
  • And many other fields.

Course schedule


 

For information

Service des communications et des activités internationales
418 368-2201, ext.1420
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Social Science

Description of program

You’re interested in learning more about the world, societies and human relations? Come and explore the issues affecting humans with the support of a dynamic team. Develop your critical thinking to gain a better understanding of the world that surrounds you. Build a solid foundation for yourself as you prepare for university.


Choosing to study here

  • Become involved in research experiences that give you a chance to put into practice what you’re learning and make the most of your intellectual energy.
  • Take part in meaningful field trips that stimulate authentic learning.
  • Become involved in a humanistic educational project that helps you build psychosocial aptitudes.
  • Build language skills to be able to communicate better verbally and in writing.

General admission conditions

To be eligible for college, you have to meet the following conditions:

Hold a secondary school diploma or hold a secondary school vocational diploma and have successfully completed the following courses:

  • Language of Instruction – Secondary 5
  • Second Language – Secondary 5
  • Mathematics – Secondary 4

Special admission conditions

Students admitted with Maths 416 - according to the program in effect before the education reform - must take a 15-hour complementary course.


My future in Social Science

University studies in the following fields:

  • Social science (politics, economics, history, psychology, geography, philosophy, criminology, law);
  • Communications (communication, journalism, public relations, cinema, television);
  • Education (pre-school, primary school, secondary school teaching, special education);
  • And many other fields.

Course schedule


 

For information

Service des communications et des activités internationales
418 368-2201, ext.1420
1 888 368-2201, ext. 1420
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Springboard to DSC

Description

Unsure which program to choose? Missing a few requirements? Enjoy a first college experience and explore the various opportunities available to you. Check out the different disciplines we offer and complete courses you need to be admitted into a specific program. You also have access to individualized academic support to help you make the transition to college successful.


Why study here

  • With individual support from your own teacher-tutor who, if you’re enrolled in the Studying at college course, you will learn how to use all the tools you’ll need to improve your study methods and guidance approach.
  • There’s a Support Centre where you can get help in French, mother-tongue English, second-language English and math.

This pathway is for you if...

You’re still thinking about what fields of study you might be interested in;

  • You’d like to explore courses that are offered in various programs;
  • You haven’t finished the pre-requisite courses you need for admission to another program;
  • You’d like to build your study techniques and improve your academic performance;
  • You experienced some difficulty while you were at secondary school and you’re worried about studying at college;
  • You’re missing six or more credits you need for your secondary school diploma; or
  • The program you’ve chosen is offered outside the region but you’d like to complete the general portion of the program in your home region.

Enrol in a pre-university or technical program once you’ve finished your springboard pathway or at the end of your first term.


General admission conditions

To be eligible for college, you have to meet the following conditions:

Hold a secondary school diploma or hold a secondary school vocational diploma and have successfully completed the following courses:

  • Language of Instruction – Secondary 5
  • Second Language – Secondary 5
  • Mathematics – Secondary 4

Special admission conditions

None


Course schedule


For information

Service des communications et des activités internationales
418 368-2201, ext.1420
1 888 368-2201, ext. 1420
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Natural Science


Description of program

Passionate about science and curious about natural phenomena? We will help you develop your scientific thinking and explore a diversity of fields in natural science. Our program leads to a variety of university programs in health, science and engineering.


Choosing to study here

  • Acquire scientific knowledge throughands-on projects.
  • A Help Centre whill make it possible for you to get support in math.
  • Choose from two profiles, Health Sciences or Pure and Applied Science, in order to better prepare for university.
  • Enjoy a scientific excursion in our unique wildlife environment, where mountains meet the sea.
  • Engage in stimulating discussions with your professors about current topics in science.

General admission conditions

To be eligible for college, you have to meet the following conditions:

Hold a secondary school diploma or hold a secondary school vocational diploma and have successfully completed the following courses:

  • Language of Instruction – Secondary 5
  • Second Language – Secondary 5
  • Mathematics – Secondary 4

Special admission conditions

  • Secondary 5 Physics
  • Secondary 5 Chemistry
  • Secondary 5 Maths Technical-science or Science option.

My future in Natural Science

  • Health (audiology and speech therapy, chiropractic, diet and nutrition, occupational therapy, kinesiology, medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, optometry, pharmacology);
  • Research (biochemistry, bioinformatics, biology, chemistry, math, physics, science);
  • Architecture, industrial design;
  • Geography and the environment (agronomy, forest management and environment, geodesy, geology, geomatics, meteorology, environmental science);
  • Engineering (mechanical, chemical, electrical, civil, physical, industrial, aerospace, computer, geological, mining, etc.);
  • Science teaching (high school, college, university);
  • And all other university programs that require a DEC to be admitted.

Course schedule


For information

Service des communications et des activités internationales
418 368-2201, ext.1420
1 888 368-2201, ext. 1420
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