In the Faculty of Arts, the possibilities for study are endless.
There are many ways to graduate with a bachelor of arts degree. You can do an honours, major, double major and minor in any number of subjects (often called a discipline).
Honours: An honours program is a concentration of courses in a particular area of learning. Honours programs are an excellent way to distinguish yourself as a strong student and prepare to go on to graduate studies. They usually involve independent research and seminar presentations.
Major: Majors programs are a concentration of courses in one discipline. The majority of courses in the final two years of your degree will likely be in that area of study.
Double Major: A double major refers to a concentration of courses in two disciplines. The majority of courses in the final two years of your degree will likely be in those areas of study.
Minor: Minor programs are a lesser concentration of courses in a discipline that typically complement your major.
Bachelor of Arts program options
- Education (concurrent program with Bachelor of Arts)
- Double Major
- Comparative Literature
- Computer Science
- Criminal Justice
- Gender Studies
- Health Sciences
- Information & Communications Studies
- Information Technology
- International Studies
- Psychosocial Dimensions of Sport (no longer available to incoming students)