This brand new emphasis offered through the Associate of Arts Degree program, exclusive to Okanagan College's Salmon Arm campus, exposes students to the variety of ways that people around the world have contested and continue to contest social, political, colonial and economic orders. This interdisciplinary program focuses not only on dramatic and large-scale social movements and revolution, but also on small-scale, grassroots efforts aimed at affecting change. Important topics will include the application of critical theories of race, class, gender, and sexuality as well as social movement theories and cultural critique.
Why Okanagan College?
What will I learn?Build creative and critical thinking skills as an Associate of Arts student at Okanagan College. Immerse yourself in the study of key movements – current and historical – in Resistance and Revolution. Open your eyes – and get on the path – to careers in Law, Public Policy, Human Rights advocacy, Social Work, Labour Relations, Criminal and Social Justice, Gender and Women’s Studies and more.
Meet the faculty
This program is unique to Okanagan College's Salmon Arm campus. It is delivered by a team of professors who are experts in topics related to revolution and resistance. Follow this link to meet the faculty.
How is the program delivered? Who is it for? When can I apply?
How much is tuition for International students?
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