International Baccalaureate

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The International Baccalaureate (IB) program offers a range of subjects across various disciplines. The specific subjects available may vary depending on the IB diploma program (DP) or the IB career-related program (CP) that a school offers. Here are the subject groups typically offered in the IB diploma program:

  1. Group 1: Studies in Language and Literature
    ● Language A: Literature
    ● Language A: Language and Literature
    ● Literature and Performance (only available as a school-supported self-taught option)
  2. Group 2: Language Acquisition
    ● Language B (typically a foreign language)
    ● Language ab initio (for beginners in the language)
  3. Group 3: Individuals and Societies
    ● Business Management
    ● Economics
    ● Geography
    ● History
    ● Information Technology in a Global Society (ITGS)
    ● Philosophy
    ● Psychology
  4. ● Social and Cultural Anthropology
  5. ● World Religions
  6. Group 4: Sciences
    ● Biology
    ● Chemistry
    ● Computer Science
    ● Design Technology
    ● Environmental Systems and Societies
    ● Physics
    ● Sports, Exercise, and Health Science
  7. Group 5: Mathematics
    ● Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches
    ● Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation
  8. Group 6: The Arts
    ● Dance
    ● Film
    ● Music
    ● Theatre
    ● Visual Arts

In addition to the subjects in the six groups, the IB diploma program also includes the Theory of Knowledge (TOK) course, which explores the nature of knowledge across disciplines, and the Extended Essay, which is an independent research project. It’s important to note that while these subjects are commonly offered, the availability of specific subjects may vary from one school to another. Schools have the flexibility to choose which subjects to offer based on their resources and students’ interests.
For the IB career-related program (CP), the subjects may vary depending on the career-related study chosen by the student. The CP combines academic study with career-related courses, enabling students to develop practical skills and knowledge in their chosen field of interest.

It’s recommended to consult with the specific IB school or the official IB website for the most accurate and up-to-date information on the subjects offered within the IB pROGRAM


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