General Education Courses
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See all our pre-university programs, our career programs and our special areas of study.
Universities offering degrees in programs including arts, commerce, communications, computer science, dentistry, education, engineering, law, marine biology, medicine, physics, and psychology require specific courses and a successfully completed DEC from an accredited cégep for admission to their programs. Students intending to attend university are advised by the College to pursue pre-university studies at Champlain College Saint-Lambert. Meeting with an Academic Advisor will ensure that they are completing the necessary studies to assure entrance in the university program of their choice.
The Commerce option provides students with mathematics, business, economics and computer literacy courses.View program
Turn your skills, interests and passion for computers and technology into an exciting base for academic studies.View program
Ideal for students wanting to explore studies in anthropology, criminology, psychology or sociology.View program
Sharpen your technical abilities, develop critical understanding of visual culture and develop your creative voice.View program
This option offers students a firm grounding in several social science disciplines relevant to education.View program
Master the fundamentals of writing, shooting, recording sound, and editing for multi-media platforms.View program
This program allows students the greatest amount of flexibility when selecting social science courses.View program
Develop communicative skills in Spanish and Italian and learn about the complexities of cultural traditions.View program
Explore ideas in the areas of law, history, philosophy, religion, social sciences and mathematics.View program
The field of psychology investigates the mysteries of the human mind and resulting behaviour.View program
Students have the opportunity to study scientific problems the way professional scientists do.View program
Learn about diverse communities and the cultural, economic and political aspects of international relations.View program