SJAM’s History Department has a diverse range of exciting courses that deal not only with the past, but with current societies. Anthropology, Psychology, Sociology, Law, Genocide Studies, Philosophy and Economics make up a significant portion of our course offerings. Our teachers attempt to deliver History and Contemporary Studies in a dynamic and relevant way for today’s students by analyzing the link between the past and present.

History courses offered at SJAM:

  • Canadian History Since 1914, Academic Level
  • Canadian History Since 1914, Applied Level
  • Canadian History Since 1914, Fast Forward Level
  • Civics and Citizenship, Open Level
  • Civics and Citizenship, Fast Forward Level
  • American History, University Level (offered every other year)
  • Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology and Sociology, University Level
  • Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology and Sociology, College Level
  • Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity, University and College Level
  • Understanding Canadian Law, University and College Level
  • ¬†World History to the Fifteenth Century, University and College Level (offered every other year)
  • Challenge and Change in Society, University Level
  • Philosophy: Questions and Theories, University Level
  • World History Since the Fifteenth Century, University Level
  • Canadian and International Law, University Level
  • Canadian and World Politics, University Level (NEW for 2018-2019)
  • Economics, University Level