Expand the meaning of the word “Canadian”.
The Canadian identity is unique to each of us: at once collective and individual, each Canadian story is a multi-coloured tile in the mosaic that makes up our country. Our Canadian Studies courses and program give you the chance to view Canada from different perspectives to create a full and detailed picture of what this country means to you.
Canadian Studies Diploma
In the Canadian Studies Diploma program, you'll satisfy your academic, professional and/or personal interest in subjects relating to Canada by learning about the country through different lenses, including:
- policies and politics
The diploma is a credit program, which means that you can transfer course credits towards an undergraduate degree at UVic. To complete the diploma, you're required to complete 12 courses: three core courses and nine elective courses chosen from the UVic faculties of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. This allows you to tailor the program to your unique interests. View the Canadian Studies program page for more information.
Courses open for registration
This interdisciplinary program, leading to a Diploma in Canadian Studies, is designed to offer both international and Canadian students a way to explore Canada from a variety of perspectives: artistic, cultural, historical, geographical, political or economic, the choice is up to you.
This flexible certificate program allows you to customize a course of study to meet your specific learning goals.
The Diploma in Intercultural Studies and Practice (ISP) prepares students to play a productive and socially responsible role in an increasingly multicultural and diverse world. The program aims to develop social responsibility and a clearer understanding and awareness of the complex issues at play in a multicultural society.
On Monday, Sept. 30, staff at the Division of Continuing Studies took part in the annual Orange Shirt Day along with other UVic faculty, staff and students. The event was created to show respect for residential school survivors and their families, and to commit to the principle that every child matters.Read Story
For Elizabeth—or Liz, as she’s known around the office—one of the best parts of her job is meeting those members of the community who consider themselves to be lifelong learners. As a program coordinator within the Division of Continuing Studies’ Arts and Science unit, Liz coordinates the humanities courses, as well as the ever-popular Deans’ Lunchtime Lecture Series.Read Story
Have you ever wanted to design your own credential? Have you ever struggled to find a program that meets your specific interests and needs? Then you might be interested in our newest program: the Certificate in General Studies.Read Story