The BA degree offers a variety of majors and minors while ensuring a comprehensive foundation in the liberal arts. Flexible, innovative programs include opportunities for undergraduate research, co-op, field schools and study abroad. Cultivate skills like communication, critical thinking, teamwork and leadership, and apply your knowledge in real-world settings.
Communications, Economics, Economic & Political Studies, English, Geography & Environmental Studies, History, Mathematics, Mathematics & Economics, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Theatre Arts
Archaeology and Geology, Creative Writing, Environmental Economics & Sustainable Development, Geography, Language & Global Studies, Management, Political Studies, Visual Arts
Graduates enter into a wide range of positions spanning private and public sectors, non-profit organizations and self-employment.Positions include: project coordinator, researcher, public relations specialist, manager, communications specialist, teacher, marketing specialist, adjuster, and counsellor.
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Admission to each major program may have specific requirements.
Recommended: Foundations of Mathematics 11 or higher is strongly recommended for students pursuing Education or a major in Geography and Environmental Studies, Sociology or Psychology
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