Canadian & World Studies
At EYA, we offer a range of courses that focus on modern history, Canadian and world politics, and Canadian law. These courses are built on student-centred inquiry and an emphasis on engaging contemporary topics and themes. Expect to be challenged by the curriculum, supported by the teachers, and rewarded for your efforts as you contribute to discussions, projects, and the community.
The following are a sample of the courses we offer, please inquire at the school for more detailed information about course timetables.
- History 11 - CHT3O - 'What a World! The World Since 1900' (course website)
- Law 11 – CLU3M – ‘You Have the Right to Remain Silent!’ Canadian Law in Everyday Life (not running this year)
- Law 12 – CLN4U – Human Rights, Free Trade and Other Issues in Canadian & International Law (not running this year)
- Politics 12 – CPW4U – Global Politics: A Study in Rights, Wrongs, and Struggles (course website)