A flexible degree

Once you've chosen one of our six degree options, you can be creative and choose majors and minors from our 50+ programs.

Minors and electives can be chosen from any area of study, even outside your chosen degree, allowing you the flexibility to combine your interests and meet your unique career goals.

Students declare their majors and minors at the end of their second year — that's lots of time to explore your options.

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Our undergraduate degrees

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

As a Bachelor of Arts student, you'll learn to communicate clearly, argue logically, cultivate leadership and collaboration skills, and expand your world view.

Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

With a degree in Science from Mount Allison, you'll not only acquire notable research and technical skills, but also the interpersonal skills needed to succeed in any career.

Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)

Commerce students at Mount Allison benefit from a solid foundation in the key disciplines of business, including accounting, finance, marketing, and management.


Bachelor of Music (BMus)

As a Bachelor of Music student, you'll benefit from four years of advanced private lessons, combined with academic studies in music and non-music courses.


Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

Fine Arts at Mount Allison offers a unique approach to professional training — combining studio work and instruction with the freedom of a liberal arts and sciences curriculum.

Fine Arts

Bachelor of Arts and Science (BASc)

Our new Bachelor of Arts and Science degree is currently offered in Interdisciplinary Health Studies. In the near future, more programs will be developed in this degree that will draw on concepts from the life sciences, social sciences, and humanities.

Health Studies

Master of Science (MSc)

Mount Allison offers research-based Master of Science degrees in biology and chemistry.

Specially approved graduate programs are also possible in other disciplines of science.

Graduate students at Mount Allison have access to a community of active scientific researchers who work to provide quality graduate programs in a small, intimate environment.

Graduate Studies


Programs of study






Pathway programs


Faculties and departments