The students of the Bachelor of Arts and Sciences Degree (BAS) program make the program the success that it is. While excelling in the different specializations that they choose themselves, our students are being given the chance to create their own unique university honours degree to fit their own personal interests, strengths and needs.
Our students thrive in Science labs while also studying Music, Theatre Studies or Languages. Some combine Biology and Family & Child Studies with the intention of becoming a pediatrician. And others found intriguing connections between French Studies and Food Sciences. The possible combinations are endless.
Our students also participate in extra/co-curricular activities and are leaders on campus and in the greater Guelph community. They also find time to organize academic and social events through the Bachelor of Arts and Sciences Student Association.
The University of Guelph’s Bachelor of Arts and Sciences Program (BAS) affords inquiring students the opportunity to study both arts and science in a unique combination degree. With over 50 humanities and science disciplines to choose from plus a core set of interdisciplinary courses, this four-year honours program is designed for students who are equally skilled in and passionate about the humanities and sciences, and plan to combine these interests in a career after graduation.
Students select from over 40 unique Specializations in Arts, Social Sciences, Biological Sciences or Physical Sciences.
|Science SPECIALIZATIONS||Arts & Social Science SPECIALIZATIONS|
* Geographic Information Systems
Media and Cinema Studies
Spanish and Hispanic Studies
To make an appointment to see the BAS program counsellor, please email email@example.com or call 519.824.4120 ext. 56385. Make sure to leave times that you are able to meet and someone will get back to you to confirm the appointment. The BAS program counseling office is in the MacKinnon Building, room 128. We are located beside the BA Counselling Office.
If you are a prospective student interested in the BAS program or from another program at the University of Guelph, please let us know if you have any questions about the BAS program. Any questions related to admissions requirements into the BAS program, or the application process can be directed to Admission Services at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The BAS Program Counselling Office is open Monday to Friday, during regular office hours (8:30am to 4:30pm). Please let us know how we can help you!.