Dean's Welcome

Dear Students,

On behalf of our faculty and staff, I would like to extend a warm welcome to you all.

The Faculty of Arts and Science is a community of engaging professors, learners, and alumni, where education is not just a means to an end, but a path to an abundance of future possibilities and new beginnings.

The Faculty of Arts and Science offers a wide variety of undergraduate programs. Our programs are taught by professors who are well-known for their research and teaching excellence, personalized approach, and engaging pedagogies that will inspire your academic interests and guide you to success.

We offer over 26 Majors and 30 Minors, 16 certificates, and exciting internship opportunities. Our programs cover diverse areas, including Anthropology, Biology, Child and Family Studies, Classical Studies, Computer Science, Economics, English Studies, Environmental Geography, Fine Arts, Gender Equality and Social Justice, Geography, History, Liberal Arts, Liberal Science, Mathematics, Indigenous Studies, Philosophy, Psychology, Religions and Cultures, Social Welfare and Social Development, Political Science, and Sociology.

Our certificates in applied Behaviour Analysis, Indigenous Leadership, Archaeological Monitoring, Bilingualism, Digital Humanities, Environmental Management, Forest Resource Management, Game Design and Development, Geomatics, Health Studies, Neuroscience, Peace and Violence Prevention Studies, or Study of State Violence, provide numerous micro-credentialing opportunities.

We also offer graduate studies programs in History, Mathematics, Applied Sociology, Environmental Studies, and Environmental Science.

Exploring life-important and life-changing questions about our environment, humanity, big data, ethics, health and society, technology, equity, inclusion and diversity, our programs emphasize the importance of learning with integrity.

Join our community of engaged learners, a community that aspires to making a difference in the world, where belonging and learning become one.

Warmest regards,

Pavlina Radia, Dean of Arts and Science