Vanier College is associated with a diverse mix of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies degree and certificate programs offered in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Economics and Philosophy. Browse below to learn more these offerings.
Black Canadian Studies
Learn and examine histories of Black Canada. Discover people of African descent in the Americas through cultural studies, history, literature and music.
Business & Society
Study the impact of business decisions on the larger society, and understand the correlation between economic decisions and social outcomes. You will benefit from a combination of philosophical, historical, economical, geographical, sociological and political approaches to business.
Learn to analyze business behaviour and formulate effective business strategy. Use economic reasoning to evaluate the effects of government policies on business and predict the consequences of alternative policy choices.
Children, Childhood & Youth
Learn how to engage children, discern children and young people's voices in historical and cultural contexts and come to understand the human condition from the child’s perspective.
Explore the mythology, archaeology, history, literature and culture of ancient Greece and Rome and realize their incredible impact on the world we know today.
Culture & Expression
Study the relationship between human imagination and the cultural settings that ignite it.
Gain analytical skills to understand and solve complex economic problems. Evaluate economic theories and interpret economic behaviour through data and testing.
Financial & Business Economics
Acquire conceptual and analytical tools to investigate and understand monetary activities. Gain theoretical skills to appreciate the role of uncertainty, options, and/or information in the allocation of resources over time.
Examine Greek history, language, literature and culture to learn about the place of contemporary Greece in today’s world.
Gain a comprehensive introduction to the humanities as an integrated field of study that brings ideas in religion, history, literature, popular culture, fine arts and philosophy into dynamic and rich conversation.
Explore Judaism and the Jewish people while studying the history of Judaism as a religion, and the texts, sociologies, languages, cultures and fine arts of the Jewish people from biblical times to present day.
Learn how to think, not what to think. You will also learn to problem solve, consider different approaches to problems and simplify complex arguments.
Explore a broad range of religious cultures, traditions, and history while studying the differences and similarities between religious faiths such as Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism.