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    American Studies
    American Studies
    American Studies focuses primarily on the history, geography, literature, and culture of the United States, while also exploring the nation’s government, politics, music, and art.
    American Studies Visit Page
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    Applied Physics
    Applied Physics
    Applied Physics is a branch of physics that focuses on the technological or practical use of the discipline.
    Applied Physics Visit Page
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    Art History
    Art History
    Art History examines a broad range of visual, cultural, and critical studies providing valuable insight into history, philosophy, and the humanities in general.
    Art History Visit Page
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    Astronomy
    Astronomy
    Astronomy is the study of the Universe beyond the Earth’s atmosphere.
    Astronomy Visit Page
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    Aviation
    Aviation
    Aviation is an interdisciplinary degree program combining professional flight training with studies in subjects relevant to the field of aviation in either science or business.
    Aviation Visit Page
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    Biochemistry
    Biochemistry
    Biochemistry is an interdisciplinary science, linking chemistry and biology to increase our understanding of the fundamental chemical processes that facilitate life.
    Biochemistry Visit Page
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    Biology
    Biology
    Biology is the scientific study of living things — their form, function, origin, and behaviour.
    Biology Visit Page
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    Biopsychology
    Biopsychology
    Biopsychology is the scientific study of the brain and nervous system and how they influence human behaviour — combining studies in biology and psychology.
    Biopsychology Visit Page
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    Business/Commerce
    Business/Commerce
    Commerce provides a solid foundation in the key disciplines of business, including accounting, finance, marketing, and management.
    Business/Commerce Visit Page
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    Canadian Public Policy
    Canadian Public Policy
    Canadian Public Policy is an interdisciplinary program examining public decision-making and policy processes related to environmental, social, health, and economic policy.
    Canadian Public Policy Visit Page
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    Canadian Studies
    Canadian Studies
    Canadian Studies seeks to analyze and explain the Canadian experience and to explore Canada’s place in the world through Canadian-centred courses in a number of disciplines.
    Canadian Studies Visit Page
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    Chemistry
    Chemistry
    Chemistry studies the composition of substances, the ways in which their properties are related to their composition, and the interaction of substances to produce new materials.
    Chemistry Visit Page
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    Classical Studies
    Classical Studies
    Classical Studies examines the history and culture of ancient Greece and Rome and their contributions to Western civilization.
    Classical Studies Visit Page
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    Cognitive Science
    Cognitive Science
    Cognitive Science is the scientific study of the mind and its processes. It seeks to understand how the mind works through interdisciplinary studies in psychology, computer science, and philosophy.
    Cognitive Science Visit Page
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    Community Engaged Learning
    Community Engaged Learning
    Community Engaged Learning integrates academic learning with community service, connecting course-based learning with real-world experiences with community partners.
    Community Engaged Learning Visit Page
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    Computer Science
    Computer Science
    The study of computing includes the analysis of algorithms, the study of computer architectures, operating systems, networks, and software design.
    Computer Science Visit Page
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    Data Science
    Data Science
    Data Science is the emerging interdisciplinary study and application of how we capture, organize, archive, access, and use large-scale data.
    Data Science Visit Page
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    Drama Studies
    Drama Studies
    Drama Studies provides an education in drama and theatre, introducing students to many areas of the discipline including acting, production, directing, design, dramatic theory and literature.
    Drama Studies Visit Page
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    Economics
    Economics
    Economics examines the operation of market economies to discover regularities of behaviour and develops a deeper understanding of how its principles apply locally and globally.
    Economics Visit Page
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    English
    English
    English focuses on literary study, helping you develop skills in interpretation, research, analysis, critical thinking, and persuasive writing.
    English Visit Page
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    Environmental Science
    Environmental Science
    Environmental Science provides a strong but diverse scientific foundation required to understand environmental issues from a multi-disciplinary perspective.
    Environmental Science Visit Page
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    Environmental Studies
    Environmental Studies
    Environmental Studies focuses on the human dimensions of environmental change and problem-solving through environmental management, planning, and policy.
    Environmental Studies Visit Page
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    Fine Arts
    Fine Arts
    The study of Fine Arts helps you develop your artistic and creative abilities, and your ability to think critically, write, and speak about works of art.
    Fine Arts Visit Page
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    French Studies
    French Studies
    French Studies develops your abilities in the language while increasing your awareness of French, French-Canadian, and francophone literatures and cultures.
    French Studies Visit Page
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    Geocomputing
    Geocomputing
    Geocomputing is an applied program that combines theory and practice of computer science and geography.
    Geocomputing Visit Page
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    Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
    Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
    GIS uses the application of computer models to represent spatial features on the earth's surface.
    Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Visit Page
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    Geography
    Geography
    Geography is the study of places, exploring both the physical features of the earth and the relationship between people and their environments.
    Geography Visit Page
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    German Studies
    German Studies
    In addition to learning the language, German Studies will help you gain insight into the rich tradition of culture and literature in German-speaking countries.
    German Studies Visit Page
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    Greek
    Greek
    The study of ancient Greek language and literature offers an opportunity to experience ideas and important texts in their original language.
    Greek Visit Page
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    Health Studies
    Health Studies
    Interdisciplinary Health Studies offers a multifaceted approach to the study of health.
    Health Studies Visit Page
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    Hispanic Studies
    Hispanic Studies
    Hispanic Studies introduces both the Spanish language and the culture of the Hispanic world.
    Hispanic Studies Visit Page
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    History
    History
    History fosters knowledge and understanding of the institutions, ideas, groups, and individuals which have shaped the political, social, and cultural world of humankind.
    History Visit Page
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    International Economics and Business
    International Economics and Business
    International Economics and Business aims to develop an understanding of issues in the international business world.
    International Economics and Business Visit Page
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    International Politics
    International Politics
    International Politics examines the interactions between political and economic systems, cultural norms, environmental dynamics, and hierarchies of power at a global level.
    International Politics Visit Page
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    International Relations
    International Relations
    IR examines the globalizing effects of economic, social, technological, environmental, military, and political processes, as well as issues of justice, responsibility, and human well-being.
    International Relations Visit Page
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    Japanese Studies
    Japanese Studies
    Japanese Studies offers an introduction to the main elements of the modern Japanese language with opportunities to study the history, culture, economy, and geography of Japan.
    Japanese Studies Visit Page
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    Latin
    Latin
    Latin was the language of ancient Rome and is the root of several modern European languages including French, Spanish, and Italian.
    Latin Visit Page
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    Mathematics
    Mathematics
    Mathematics is the foundation of most modern quantitative and qualitative studies. It has many faces, from practical uses of its statistical tools to theoretical studies of abstract relationships.
    Mathematics Visit Page
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    Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
    Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
    Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures provides expertise in two languages and knowledge of a third — as well as the literature and culture of the relevant communities.
    Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Visit Page
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    Museum and Curatorial Studies
    Museum and Curatorial Studies
    Museum and Curatorial Studies provides a wider understanding of the cultural production of museums and their communities.
    Museum and Curatorial Studies Visit Page
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    Music
    Music
    The Music program helps you develop into a well-rounded musician with experience in performance, theory, music history, and music education, as well as a sound basis in the liberal arts.
    Music Visit Page
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    Philosophy
    Philosophy
    Philosophy helps challenge our own beliefs, consider others’ points of view, and ultimately better know the world around us.
    Philosophy Visit Page
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    Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE)
    Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE)
    PPE brings together three disciplines, giving students insight into the meaning of citizenship, how government works, the nature of justice, and the outcomes of economic systems and policies.
    Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE) Visit Page
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    Physics
    Physics
    Physics seeks to describe the nature of the physical world. It includes the study of everything from subatomic particles to the essence of the universe as a whole.
    Physics Visit Page
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    Political Science
    Political Science
    Political Science provides a strong foundation in Canadian and international politics, comparative politics, and political theory.
    Political Science Visit Page
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    Psychology
    Psychology
    Psychology is the scientific study of mind and behaviour. It seeks to understand human nature and why people do what they do.
    Psychology Visit Page
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    Religious Studies
    Religious Studies
    Religious Studies examines the various religious traditions of the world in their historical and contemporary contexts.
    Religious Studies Visit Page
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    Screen Studies and Popular Culture
    Screen Studies and Popular Culture
    Screen Studies and Popular Culture is the study of film, television, and popular culture from critical and technical perspectives.
    Screen Studies and Popular Culture Visit Page
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    Sociology
    Sociology
    Sociology is the study of people as they interact with one another in specific social, cultural, and historical contexts.
    Sociology Visit Page
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    Visual and Material Culture Studies
    Visual and Material Culture Studies
    Visual and Material Culture Studies is an interdisciplinary program that studies images, objects, and spaces from various cultural contexts and historical periods.
    Visual and Material Culture Studies Visit Page
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    Women's and Gender Studies
    Women's and Gender Studies
    Women's and Gender Studies is an interdisciplinary program that studies social, cultural, economic, and political power using gender as a central focus.
    Women's and Gender Studies Visit Page
American Studies focuses primarily on the history, geography, literature, and culture of the United States, while also exploring the nation’s…
Applied Physics is a branch of physics that focuses on the technological or practical use of the discipline.
Art History examines a broad range of visual, cultural, and critical studies providing valuable insight into history, philosophy, and the humanities…
Astronomy is the study of the Universe beyond the Earth’s atmosphere.
Aviation is an interdisciplinary degree program combining professional flight training with studies in subjects relevant to the field of aviation in…
Biochemistry is an interdisciplinary science, linking chemistry and biology to increase our understanding of the fundamental chemical processes that…
Biology is the scientific study of living things — their form, function, origin, and behaviour.
Biopsychology is the scientific study of the brain and nervous system and how they influence human behaviour — combining studies in biology and…
Commerce provides a solid foundation in the key disciplines of business, including accounting, finance, marketing, and management.
Canadian Public Policy is an interdisciplinary program examining public decision-making and policy processes related to environmental, social, health…
Canadian Studies seeks to analyze and explain the Canadian experience and to explore Canada’s place in the world through Canadian-centred courses in…
Chemistry studies the composition of substances, the ways in which their properties are related to their composition, and the interaction of…
Classical Studies examines the history and culture of ancient Greece and Rome and their contributions to Western civilization.
Cognitive Science is the scientific study of the mind and its processes. It seeks to understand how the mind works through interdisciplinary studies…
Community Engaged Learning integrates academic learning with community service, connecting course-based learning with real-world experiences with…
The study of computing includes the analysis of algorithms, the study of computer architectures, operating systems, networks, and software design.
Data Science is the emerging interdisciplinary study and application of how we capture, organize, archive, access, and use large-scale data.
Drama Studies provides an education in drama and theatre, introducing students to many areas of the discipline including acting, production,…
Economics examines the operation of market economies to discover regularities of behaviour and develops a deeper understanding of how its principles…
English focuses on literary study, helping you develop skills in interpretation, research, analysis, critical thinking, and persuasive writing.
Environmental Science provides a strong but diverse scientific foundation required to understand environmental issues from a multi-disciplinary…
Environmental Studies focuses on the human dimensions of environmental change and problem-solving through environmental management, planning, and…
The study of Fine Arts helps you develop your artistic and creative abilities, and your ability to think critically, write, and speak about works of…
French Studies develops your abilities in the language while increasing your awareness of French, French-Canadian, and francophone literatures and…
Geocomputing is an applied program that combines theory and practice of computer science and geography.
GIS uses the application of computer models to represent spatial features on the earth's surface.
Geography is the study of places, exploring both the physical features of the earth and the relationship between people and their environments.
In addition to learning the language, German Studies will help you gain insight into the rich tradition of culture and literature in German-speaking…
The study of ancient Greek language and literature offers an opportunity to experience ideas and important texts in their original language.
Interdisciplinary Health Studies offers a multifaceted approach to the study of health.
Hispanic Studies introduces both the Spanish language and the culture of the Hispanic world.
History fosters knowledge and understanding of the institutions, ideas, groups, and individuals which have shaped the political, social, and cultural…
International Economics and Business aims to develop an understanding of issues in the international business world.
International Politics examines the interactions between political and economic systems, cultural norms, environmental dynamics, and hierarchies of…
IR examines the globalizing effects of economic, social, technological, environmental, military, and political processes, as well as issues of…
Japanese Studies offers an introduction to the main elements of the modern Japanese language with opportunities to study the history, culture,…
Latin was the language of ancient Rome and is the root of several modern European languages including French, Spanish, and Italian.
Mathematics is the foundation of most modern quantitative and qualitative studies. It has many faces, from practical uses of its statistical tools to…
Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures provides expertise in two languages and knowledge of a third — as well as the literature and culture of…
Museum and Curatorial Studies provides a wider understanding of the cultural production of museums and their communities.
The Music program helps you develop into a well-rounded musician with experience in performance, theory, music history, and music education, as well…
Philosophy helps challenge our own beliefs, consider others’ points of view, and ultimately better know the world around us.
PPE brings together three disciplines, giving students insight into the meaning of citizenship, how government works, the nature of justice, and the…
Physics seeks to describe the nature of the physical world. It includes the study of everything from subatomic particles to the essence of the…
Political Science provides a strong foundation in Canadian and international politics, comparative politics, and political theory.
Psychology is the scientific study of mind and behaviour. It seeks to understand human nature and why people do what they do.
Religious Studies examines the various religious traditions of the world in their historical and contemporary contexts.
Screen Studies and Popular Culture is the study of film, television, and popular culture from critical and technical perspectives.
Sociology is the study of people as they interact with one another in specific social, cultural, and historical contexts.
Visual and Material Culture Studies is an interdisciplinary program that studies images, objects, and spaces from various cultural contexts and…
Women's and Gender Studies is an interdisciplinary program that studies social, cultural, economic, and political power using gender as a central…

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