Prepares students for Asian Studies at UBC An exchange program to Korea is also

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Asia-Pacific region. Prepares students for Asian Studies at UBC. An exchange program to Korea is also available, as well as scholarships and awards to study at Asian colleges and universities. Associate of Arts Degree in Asian Studies: 2 years Diploma in Arts and Science (Asian Studies): 2 years September January May CANADIAN STUDIES (OE) Provides an in-depth understanding and appreciation of Canadian society. Covers critical perspectives on major issues that mark contemporary Canada, such as racism, emerging women’s roles, working life, Aboriginal concerns, Quebec separatism, and American domination. Core courses draw from history, sociology, political science, and English. Associate of Arts Degree in Canadian Studies: 2 years Diploma in Arts and Science (Canadian Studies): 2 years September January May CLASSICAL STUDIES (OE) Explores the history, literature, philosophy, archaeology, mythology, and the arts of Greece and Rome. Provides perspective on how these societies still influence the world today. An external study opportunity to Greece is offered in some summer semesters. Associate of Arts Degree in Canadian Studies: 2 years Diploma in Arts and Science (Canadian Studies): 2 years September January May CRIMINAL JUSTICE (LE) Blends applied skill-based courses with university-transferable courses in criminology and related arts courses to prepare for further study or careers in law enforcement, criminology, or security. Students apply their knowledge to real-world situations and gain work experience through volunteer work.* Diploma in Criminal Justice: 2 years September January Students may choose the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Transfer Option of this diploma. In this option, students complete most of the bridging courses required for admission to the third year of the BBA (Business Management or Marketing Management concentration).* Diploma in Criminal Justice (BBA Transfer Option): 2 years September January EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (LE) Balances an academic foundation with practicum experience to enable graduates to work in preschools, childcare centres, and other early childhood learning settings. This program is recognized for providing quality training and is approved by the Early Childhood Education Registry of BC.* Diploma in Early Childhood Education: 1 year September January A Special Education Post Basic Citation is offered for early childhood educators already holding an Early Childhood Education diploma or certificate. * Citation in Early Childhood Education: Special Education Post Basic: 8 months September January *Check the website for specific program admission requirements. Advocating for community. Randy Robinson, Aboriginal Studies Alumnus, Outstanding Alumni Rising Star Award Recipient Randy came to Langara as a mature student after spending years in his community working for a variety of charities. He quickly emerged as a leader of the College’s Aboriginal student community – Randy is Algonquin from Timiskaming First Nation – taking on the position of Aboriginal Liaison for Langara’s Students’ Union. “I would recommend the Aboriginal Studies Program to Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal learners alike. The
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