Bachelor of Arts
A Bachelor of Arts provides an interdisciplinary education that will introduce you to a variety of subjects, approaches, methods and ways of organizing knowledge. As an Arts graduate, employers will seek your research and analytical skills, creative and critical thinking abilities and computer and information literacy.
Arts is a four year program and covers a broad range of subject areas concerned with the study of human beings and the evolution and nature of global societies, ideas, and institutions. In your first two years of the program, you will select courses in fields like humanities, languages, social sciences as well as science and business to provide you with a broad foundation for advanced study in your chosen subject area during the final two years.
When you finish, you'll be prepared to go on to graduate school, professional schools, or straight into careers like the creative arts, the civil service, administration, business or journalism.
UNB offers the Bachelor of Arts in Fredericton and Saint John.
Arts program options:
- Cognitive Neuroscience
- Comparative Literature
- Computer Science
- Criminal Justice
- Classical Studies
- Economic Studies
- Education (Concurrent Program)
- English (Creative Writing)
- English (Drama)
- Film Production
- Film Studies
- Gender Studies
- German Studies
- Health Sciences
- Information & Communications Studies
- International Development Studies
- International Studies
- Information Technology
- Law in Society
- Media Arts and Cultures
- Political Science
- Psychology (Biopsychology)
- Psychosocial Dimensions of Sport
- Spanish and Latin American Cultures
- Sport & Exercise Psychology
- Women's Studies
- World Literature and Culture Studies
Some Arts programs are offered on both campuses while others are only offered in Fredericton or Saint John. Choose a campus to learn what options are available at each location.
Learn more about Arts at UNB Fredericton.