Bachelor of Arts
Out of Province Requirements
Flexible Career Pathways
Flexibility to change majors during your course to help you find your true path.
Variable Course Selection
Sample courses from different programs, and even from across disciplines, to determine your unique area of focus.
Gain Practical Experience
Put theoretical knowledge and hands-on skills to practice through experience-based learning opportunities.
Enlightenment and Expertise
Develop the knowledge and skills from a faculty of acclaimed researchers and internationally celebrated experts to drive real-world impact.
The hands-on experience and essential skills in critical thinking, problem solving, and leadership will equip you to thrive in a variety of fields. 92.9% of our BA graduates are employed within 6 months — one of the highest employment rates among Ontario universities – including positions as experts in government, education, business, and more below:
Just a few career paths our graduates successfully pursue:
- Communications Specialist
- Education & Development Coordinator
- Event & Sponsorship Specialist
- Fraud Investigator
- International Advisor
- Talent Development Artist
- Theatre Artistic Director
I’m most proud of my first solo art show on campus. Based on the anime TV series Sailor Moon, “To the Moon and Back” — a collection of paintings about how the show has affected Queer youth — reclaims Queer themes that were censored from the show when it was brought to North America.
Why a Bachelor of Arts?
Tackle Real-World Issues
Become an expert in reimagining possibilities for real-world problems in outreach, policy, research, art and more.
Drive Positive Impact
Whether on a global scale or in local communities, Arts provides various skills in synthesizing information, expressing ideas and strategic thinking to drive positive changes and impact and give you a competitive edge.
A Multitude of Majors
Choose from 26 majors and more than 60 minors in arts, humanities, science or business and shape your future on your own terms.
Choose from a variety of in-person and online courses with your 4-year Bachelor of Arts degree. You can add on one or more certificates in Business, Communication or Public Policy and Administration to gain a competitive edge.
- Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
- Specialized Majors
- Majors with Co-op Option
- in student satisfaction - Maclean's Canadian Comprehensive University Rankings 2020
- 3 & 4
- Year Degrees
|1||Introduction to Anthropology||ANTH*1150||0.50|
|1||Culture and Technology: Keywords||CTS*1000||0.50|
|1||Food, Poverty and Hunger||FARE*1300||0.50|
|1||Understanding Development and Global Inequalities||IDEV*1000||0.50|
|1||Amadeus to Zeppelin: Music and Culture I||MUSC*1060||0.50|
|1||Introductory Philosophy: Social & Political Issues||PHIL*1010||0.50|
|1||Introduction to Psychology||PSYC*1000||0.50|
|1||Crime and Criminal Justice||SOC*1500||0.50|
|1||The Language of Media||THST*1200||0.50|
For more information about the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) program, please visit our 2022-2023 Academic Calendar
- Art History
- Classical Studies
- Creative Writing
- Criminal Justice and Public Policy
- Culture and Technology Studies
- Environmental Governance
- European Studies
- Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics
- French Studies
- International Development Studies
- Justice and Legal Studies
- Mathematical Economics
- Mathematical Science
- Political Science
- Sexualities, Genders and Social Change
- Studio Art
- Theatre Studies