General Education Courses

All the General Education courses offered through Continuing Education at George Brown College appear here. General Education courses examine the societal context in which you live and work. These courses help you develop your critical thinking abilities together with the oral and written communication skills required in the working world.

Some of these can be used as a general education credit in a full-time program, but not all. If you are a full-time student at George Brown, you must consult with the General Education co-ordinator before you register in one of these courses to ensure that any course you choose meets the requirements for your program. For more information, visit the college-wide General Education and Liberal Studies Electives web page.

For additional information, contact the Continuing Education Liberal Studies department at 416-415-5000, ext. 2092, at or by visiting their office at St. James Campus, 193 King St. E., Building G (SJG), third floor.

To see General Education courses organized by topic check out GHUM (Humanities) in General Humanities, GSCI (Sciences) in General Sciences and Mathematics and GSSC (Social Sciences) in General Social Sciences.