Social Science

DEC 300.A0


The Social Science program is intended to enable students to pursue university studies in the broad areas of social science, law, education and administration, through the acquisition of scientific learning based on the integration of knowledge and methods acquired in various Social Science disciplines.

In Social Science students will be exposed to various disciplines that address the many aspects of human life:

  • Psychological processes
  • Foundations of life in society
  • Challenges of globalization
  • Functioning of our organizations

Both a General as well as a Commerce Profile are offered at TAV College. Depending on the profile chosen, you will have the opportunity to analyze the human experience through the prism of different disciplines such as psychology, geography, economics, political science, sociology and administration. The Social Sciences program aims to introduce you to these realities, explore important theories and authors, and to help you understand the world through various approaches in social sciences.


At the end of the program, students will be able to:

  • Distinguish the main facts, notions and concepts related to the object of study, i.e., the human phenomena, from a disciplinary and transdisciplinary perspective
  • Explain theories, laws, models and schools of thought in relation to their authors and concrete situations
  • Situate various issues related to citizenship in a world-wide context
  • Demonstrate the qualities associated with scientific intellect and critical thinking as well as the skills required to apply the qualitative and quantitative methods used in the field of Social Science
  • Use the necessary research and methods in order to pursue their studies
  • Use appropriate information technologies
  • Convey their ideas clearly and correctly in the language of instruction
  • Read and understand basic Social Science documents conveyed in their second language
  • Integrate the learning acquired throughout the program

Here are some career options that might interest you:

  • Accounting*
  • Actuarial Mathematics*
  • Administration*
  • Anthropology
  • Applied Economy*
  • Archaeology
  • Banking*
  • Business and Finance*
  • Civil Service
  • Communication
  • Computer Science*
  • Corporate Law
  • Criminology
  • Demography
  • Design (environment, industrial, interior, fashion)
  • Ecology
  • Economics
  • Education
  • Educational Information and Guidance
  • Finance
  • Geography
  • History
  • Human Resources
  • Industrial relations
  • International Relationships
  • International Studies
  • Investment Brokerage
  • Journalism and Broadcasting
  • Kinesiology*
  • Law
  • Library Science
  • Management Information Systems
  • Marketing
  • Mathematics*
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Psychology and Counselling
  • Psychology*
  • Public Policy
  • Secondary Education in Mathematics *
  • Social Work
  • Sociology
  • Tourism and Hotel Management
  • Urban Planning

* The programs require the completion of the Social Science Math profile.

Do you have any questions or comments?