Why study Arts at UNB?

5
Bachelor Degrees, including concurrent programs

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Interdisciplinary & interdepartmental programs

28
Subject areas in three disciplines

An Arts degree from UNB will expand your horizons & expose you to fascinating avenues that can lead to many types of careers.

Our small class sizes mean greater interaction between you, your instructors, and your peers. We accommodate a range of learning styles and use innovative teaching methods.

What makes Arts students unique?

Our students are engaged critical and creative thinkers. They are prepared for success in every field imaginable—law, public service, teaching, business, medicine, the arts and more.

The Faculty of Arts offers opportunity to travel, study, and explore another country though our Travel Study or Student Abroad exchange program.

Our Internship Program combines formal education with work placements in the community. These placements offer meaningful practical experience and help develop your academic, professional, and personal skills.

What do employers look for?

  • Research and analytical skills, creative and critical thinking abilities and computer and information literacy.
  • Communication skills.
  • Flexibility and adaptability; ability to manage multiple projects.

What can I learn?

  • Leadership and management
  • Planning and organizing
  • Problem solving
  • Basic understanding of computer hardware and software, including word processing, spreadsheets and email.
  • Communication skills (written & oral)
  • Critical thinking
  • Analytical skills
  • Creativity and innovation
  • Research skills
  • Applied technical skills specific to your program, such as game design, film and drama production, archaeological & forensic lab experience, use of technology and software associated with research.
  • Proficiency in multiple languages

Where can I go after graduation?

  • Researcher
  • Broadcaster and Reporter
  • Translator
  • Writer
  • Student Engagement Officer
  • Civil Servant
  • MLAs and Government Officials
  • Archivists
  • Policy Analyst
  • Counsellor
  • Health Science Coordinator
  • Family Care Coordinator
  • Archaeologist
  • Graphic Designer  Web Content
  • Developer
  • 3D Artist and Animator
  • Filmmaker
  • Director of Creative Services
  • Project Manager
  • Economist
  • Labour Relations Communications and Marketing Officer
  • Public Relations Officer
  • Senior Administrator and Advisor
  • Marketing Analyst

Explore what's relevant to you

These avenues will assist you with your career planning depending on where you are in your studies