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Accounting

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)

Accountants ask questions such as: How are cost estimates determined? What is the best way to investigate suspected corporate tax fraud? How are company liabilities calculated? Accountants create, disseminate, and evaluate financial information. This program will give you an introduction to various information technologies, expose you to...


Courses you'll take

Introduction to Business Analytics
Introduction to Business Skills
Introductory Financial Accounting
Principles of Macroeconomics
​Principles of Microeconomics

Actuarial Science

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Actuarial Science scholars ask questions such as: How is the premium rate for flood insurance calculated? Can an insurance company cover all of their claims? What is the value of a company’s pension commitments? Actuarial Science is concerned with the construction of models and solutions for financial, business, and societal problems involving...


Courses you'll take

Calculus for Engineers and Scientists
Introduction to Computer Science for Computer Science Majors I
Introductory Calculus
Linear Methods I
University Calculus I

Ancient and Medieval History

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Ancient and Medieval History scholars ask questions such as: Why was Caligula assassinated? How did magic influence European history? What caused the fall of the Roman Empire? Ancient and Medieval History examines the political, economic and social development of Europe and Asia from the 4th century to the 15th century C.E. During the...


Courses you'll take

Early Greece
Greek Religion
Introduction to Greece and Rome
Roman Religion
​The History of Europe

Anthropology (Biological)

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Anthropologists ask questions such as: Do non-human primates deceive each other? Why do many primates live in groups? How does grooming strengthen social bonds? Biological anthropologists (also known as physical anthropologists) study the fossil remains of our human ancestors, the living primates, as well as the adaptation of living...


Courses you'll take

Human Evolution
Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology
Medical Anthropology
Primate Behaviour
​Introduction to Primatology and Human Evolution

Anthropology (Social and Cultural)

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Social and Cultural Anthropologists ask questions such as: How does culture impact business transactions? Can society benefit from organized violence? Do all cultures experience disease the same way? Social and Cultural Anthropology is the comparative study of human society and culture. Anthropology recognizes the connections and...


Courses you'll take

Business in Cultural Context
Contemporary Aboriginal Issues in Canada
Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology
​Anthropological Theory
​Introduction to Primatology and Human Evolution

Applied Chemistry (cooperative education mandatory)

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Chemists ask questions such as: How can I make this product better? Is food safe to eat? Are there new ways to create energy? Chemistry plays a role in almost everything we do. As a central science, it's closely connected with biology, math and physics. During the course of your studies, much of your learning will occur while actively...


Courses you'll take

Classical Physics​
Foundations of Chemistry (Change and Equilibrium)
Foundations of Chemistry (Structure and Bonding)
Introductory Calculus
Mechanics

Archaeology

Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Archaeologists ask questions such as: Why did the Mayan civilization collapse? Who built the Great Sphinx of Giza? What do Pompeii’s ruins tell us about life in 79 AD? Archaeologists examine material remains to understand past human life and cultural activities. This program will give you a solid understanding of how to research,...


Courses you'll take

Ancient Peoples and Places
Archaeology of North America
Field Course in Archaeological Techniques
Introduction to Archaeology
Introduction to Physical Anthropology

Architecture

Master of Architecture (MArch)

Outstanding teachers, study-abroad options, innovative courses with practicing architects and leading-edge workshop facilities are just a few of the benefits you'll receive as one of our architecture students. Our approach engages the contemporary challenges facing the discipline of architecture, with experts in critical practice,...


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Art History

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Art History scholars ask questions such as: What is the earliest known work of art? Why is the Renaissance period important to the development of Western art? How are new technologies transforming art? Art History analyzes art and architecture across a range of historical, geopolitical and cultural contexts. This program will help you...


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Biochemistry

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Biochemists ask questions such as: How do fireflies create light within their bodies? Why are vitamins essential for human health? How can some bacteria thrive in boiling temperatures? Biochemists are curious about how and why biological processes happen, and they research answers down to the molecular level. During the course of your...


Courses you'll take

Biochemistry of Life Processes
Linear Methods I
Mechanics
University Calculus I
​Energy Flow in Biological Systems

Bioinformatics

Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc)

Bioinformatics scholars ask questions such as: How different are people from one another? Can we effectively visualize enormous, complex sets of biological data? Can bioinformatics advance personalized medicine? Bioinformatics focuses on the unique issues that occur when you apply computers to biological systems. During the course of...


Courses you'll take

Developing Health Research Literacy I
Interdisciplinary Research Approaches
Introductory Calculus
Software Analysis And Design
​Energy Flow in Biological Systems

Biological Sciences

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Biologists ask questions such as: How does an ecosystem remain productive? In what ways do fungi adapt to their environments? How do single-celled organisms lead their lives? From biomolecules to the biosphere, the biological sciences consider life in all forms. As the most broadly based biological sciences program, this degree will...


Courses you'll take

Foundations of Chemistry (Structure and Bonding)
General Chemistry (Structure and Bonding)
Introductory Calculus
Linear Methods I
​Energy Flow in Biological Systems

Biomechanics

Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKin), Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Biomechanics scholars ask questions such as: Can the correct skate improve your stride? Why is the Fosbury Flop such an effective high jumping technique? How do ski boots impact knee injuries? Biomechanics examines the forces acting upon and within a biological structure, as well as the effects produced by these forces. During the course...


Courses you'll take

Activity (Essence and Experience)
Calculus for Engineers and Scientists
Introduction to Research in Kinesiology
Introduction to Socio-Cultural Aspects of Sport
​Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Biomedical Sciences

Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc)

Biomedical Sciences scholars ask questions such as: Can you use viruses to kill cancer cells? How can you regenerate skin to treat burns? What can you learn about human diseases by studying fruit flies and zebrafish? Biomedical Sciences involves ground breaking scientific research in areas such as cancer biology, neuroscience,...


Courses you'll take

Developing Health Research Literacy I
Interdisciplinary Research Approaches
Mechanics
University Calculus I
​​Energy Flow in Biological Systems

Business Process Management

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)

Business Process Managers ask questions such as: How do you analyze vendor contracts? What materials are required to complete a job order? How do you calculate a project’s estimate to completion? Business Process Management examines and analyzes business processes, and then uses a variety of approaches and technologies to improve...


Courses you'll take

Introduction to Business Analytics
Introduction to Business Skills
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
​Enterprise Analysis

Business Technology Management

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)

Management information systems scholars ask questions such as: How can technology improve a process? What maintenance will a product require? Who should be on the project team? Management Information Systems examines the use, management, and impact of information technologies on individuals, organizations, industries, the economy and...


Courses you'll take

Data Management and Business Analytics
Introduction to Business Analytics
Introduction to Business Skills
Principles of Macroeconomics
​Principles of Microeconomics

Canadian Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Canadian Studies scholars ask questions such as: What does it mean to be Canadian? Is Canada truly a cultural mosaic? How do Canadians preserve their histories? Canadian Studies is concerned with the creation, evolution and expressions of Canadian identities. This program will give you a solid understanding of the origins and...


Courses you'll take

A Comparison of Canadian and American Cultures
Canadian Animation
Canadian Humour and Culture
Introduction to Folklore (The Canadian Context)
​Introduction to Canadian Studies

Cellular, Molecular and Microbial Biology

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Cellular, molecular and microbial biologists ask questions such as: How do bacterial plant and animals cells function? How do cellular processes influence our lives? Can the genes from one organism be transferred into another to prevent diseases? Cellular, Molecular and Microbial Biology (CMMB) is the study of how single-celled...


Courses you'll take

General Chemistry (Change and Equilibrium)
General Chemistry (Structure and Bonding)
Introductory Calculus
Linear Methods I
​Energy Flow in Biological Systems

Chemical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSc in Eng)

Chemical engineers ask questions such as: How is crude oil refined into marketable products? Can industrial processes be redesigned to reduce pollution? How can we ensure safe chemical plant operations? Chemical engineers convert raw materials into valuable products, or separate complex mixtures into their constituent components....


Courses you'll take

Chemical Engineering Process Calculation
Computing for Engineers
Engineering Design and Communication
General Chemistry for Engineers
​Calculus for Engineers and Scientists

Chemistry

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Chemists ask questions such as: How can I make this product better? Is food safe to eat? Are there new ways to create energy? Chemistry plays a role in almost everything we do. As a central science, it's closely connected with biology, math and physics. During the course of your studies, much of your learning will occur while actively...


Courses you'll take

Foundations of Chemistry (Change and Equilibrium)
Foundations of Chemistry (Structure and Bonding)
Introductory Calculus
Mechanics
University Calculus II

Civil Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSc in Eng)

Civil engineers ask questions such as: How can suspension bridges hold so much weight? Are there better ways to predict avalanches? How do skyscrapers withstand earthquakes? Civil engineering involves the conception, design, construction, operation, maintenance and management of many structures and systems vital to the public. Civil...


Courses you'll take

Computing for Engineers
Engineering Design and Communication
General Chemistry for Engineers
Tools for Civil Engineering Design
​Calculus for Engineers and Scientists

Communication and Media Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Communication and Media Studies (BCMS)

Communication and Media Studies scholars ask questions such as: Can Facebook ignite civic engagement? How did the invention of the printing press change everyday life? Are female athletes accurately represented in the media? Communication and Media Studies explores the complex world of communications, its dynamics, and...


Courses you'll take

Communication Research Methods
New Media
Professional and Technical Communication
Rhetorical Communication
​Introduction to Communications Studies

Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies

Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation (BCR)

Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies scholars ask questions such as: How can families affected by chronic health concerns participate fully in their communities? Do stigmas associated with disabilities influence social policy? How can society adapt to the needs of impaired people? Community Rehabilitation and Disability...


Courses you'll take

Disability in Theory and Everyday Life
Introduction to Community Rehabilitation
Principles of Psychology I
The Organization and Diversity of Life
​Introduction to Disability Studies

Computer Science

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Computer Science scholars ask questions such as: Can we build computers that think like humans? How can we improve computer games that feature evolving characters? What is the future of augmented reality? Computer science is a dynamic field that allows you to combine creativity with skills in communication, mathematics, and logic. This...


Courses you'll take

Advanced ​Introduction to Computer Science
Discrete Mathematics
Linear Methods I
Logic I
​Introduction to Computer Science for Computer Science Majors I

Dance

Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

Dance scholars ask such questions as: What frames our experience of dance? What political and historical events have shaped specific dance forms? How do our choreographic choices impact an audience? How does kinesthetic awareness prevent injury? How can dance embody politics? Dance enables you to fully experience yourself and your place...


Courses you'll take

Modern and Contemporary Dance HIstory
Dance Aesthetics, Criticism and Analysis
Safe Dance Practice and Complementary
Dance Psychology
​Elementary Contemporary Dance I

Development Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Development Studies scholars ask questions such as: How do we define human rights? What does it mean for a country to ‘develop’? How is the global community interconnected? Development Studies is a multidisciplinary field that examines social, economic, and political change. This program will give you a broad understanding of societal...


Courses you'll take

Anthropology of the Environment
Business in Cultural Context
Gender and Development Studies
Introduction to Indigenous Studies
​Introduction to Development Studies

Drama

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

Drama scholars ask questions such as: Which elements are unique to the musical? How do dramaturges enhance a production? Did William Shakespeare write all the plays that bear his name? Drama and theatre provide the means not only to reconstruct the world as it is, but also to model human possibilities. In this program you'll enhance your...


Courses you'll take

History of the Theatre: Origins to the Mid-Eighteenth Century
Introduction to Scenography
Playwriting; Directing, Design and Dramaturgy

Earth Science

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Earth Scientists ask questions such as: Are environmental issues caused by natural systems or human society? How do human processes impact the natural world? Can a multidisciplinary approach to studying the Earth solve climate problems? Earth Science is the study of the materials that make up the Earth and the natural and human processes...


Courses you'll take

Geography of World Affairs
Introduction to Cities
Introduction to Geophysics
The Physical Environment
​Introduction to Archaeology

East Asian Language Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

East Asian Language Studies scholars ask questions such as: Can the Chinese writing system of Hanzi/Kanji become the universal written language? Now that Japan and China are both superpowers, how are the two countries influencing one another in terms of culture? How do East Asian language learners achieve the desired proficiency in listening,...


Courses you'll take

Beginners Japanese I
Chinese Culture in an Immersion Setting
Survey of Far Eastern Art: Japan
Topics in Chinese Civilization
​Beginners Chinese I

East Asian Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

East Asian Studies scholars ask questions such as: What are the roots and the distinctive features of Chinese and Japanese cultures? How did manga become so popular? What constitutes a Chinese blockbuster and how different is it from Hollywood’s? East Asian Studies examines the culture, language and history of East Asian civilizations in...


Courses you'll take

Asian Philosophy
East Asian Values in a Canadian Setting
Introduction to the Calgary Chinese Community
Japanese Culture in an Immersion Setting
​Understanding Contemporary East Asia

Ecology

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Ecology scholars ask questions such as: Why does New Brunswick have twice as many tree species as Alberta? How do bacteria become resistant to antibiotics? Why do male birds sing, but females don’t? Ecology examines the relationship that living organism have with their environment. During the course of your studies, much of your learning...


Courses you'll take

Introduction to Biochemistry
Introduction to Marine Science
Principles of Ecology
Principles of Genetics
​Energy Flow in Biological Systems

Economics

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Economists ask questions such as: What is produced? How does it get produced? Who gets what is produced? Economics examines how economic activity (production, consumption, and trade of goods and services) is organized, how individuals and societies structure economic activity, and the relative effectiveness of different institutions in...


Courses you'll take

Computer Applications in Economics
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
The Global Trading System
Use of Statistics in Economics

Education

Bachelor of Education (BEd)

Educators ask questions such as: How do classroom dynamics impact learning? Are there new ways to engage students? Do learning styles affect test scores? Can’t wait to be a teacher? Our four-year BEd is the fastest pathway to becoming a certified teacher, and is for high school or transfer applicants. Students...


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Electrical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSc in Eng)

Electrical engineers ask questions such as: How can computers perform faster calculations? Can we get more energy from the current power system? How do cellular phones work? Electrical engineers explore and develop new and innovative technologies through the research and manipulation of electrical phenomena. Electrical engineering...


Courses you'll take

Computing for Engineers
Computing Tools
Engineering Design and Communication
Linear Methods I
​Calculus for Engineers and Scientists

Energy Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSc in Eng)

Energy engineers ask questions such as: How do ground conditions impact the installation of wind turbines? Can extraction processes be redesigned to minimize environmental damage? How can our existing power systems be enhanced by renewable energy production? Energy Engineers find new, efficient, and sustainable ways to supply the world...


Courses you'll take

Alternative Energy Systems
Engineering Design and Energy Policy
Introduction to Reservoir Engineering
Life Cycle Assessment
Petroleum Production Engineering

Energy Management

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)

Energy management scholars ask questions such as: What factors influence demand on the coal industry? Where are the growth opportunities for solar energy? How does weather influence the price of natural gas? Our Energy Management program with provide you with the basic concepts, principles, and information you’ll need to manage energy...


Courses you'll take

Canadian Energy Management and Regulation
Introduction to Business Analytics
Introduction to Business Skills
Principles of Macroeconomics
​Principles of Microeconomics

English

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

English scholars ask questions such as: Did William Shakespeare write all the plays that bear his name? How are monsters depicted in The Hobbit? Why did many female authors use pen names during the Victorian era? English is a broad and integrated field where reading and writing intersect, and issues in critical thinking come into play....


Courses you'll take

Introduction to Contemporary Theoretical Practices
Literature in English from the Middle Ages to the Present
Shakespeare
Women's Literary Tradition
​Literary Analysis

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)

Entrepreneurs ask questions such as: Is there a market need for this service? How should I acquire and retain customers? Does staffing fit the current state of my business? Entrepreneurship and Innovation focuses on the start up and operation of high potential businesses. The key to any successful venture is being prepared, doing your...


Courses you'll take

Entrepreneurial Thinking
Introduction to Business Analytics
Introduction to Business Skills
Principles of Macroeconomics
​Principles of Microeconomics

Environmental Design

Master of Environmental Design (MEDes)

The Master in Environmental Design (MEDes) is an innovative thesis-based degree program offered by the Faculty of Environmental Design (EVDS). If you wish to expand your current professional or design-related background with advanced interdisciplinary practice-based research and study, then the MEDes program is for you. Blurring traditional...


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Environmental Science

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Environmental Science scholars ask questions such as: How can colony collapse disorder be prevented? Should genetically modified food be labeled as such? How does intensive farming impact plant biodiversity? Environmental Science uses a multidisciplinary approach to understand the changes in our natural and human environment. During the...


Courses you'll take

Energy Flow in Biological Systems
General Chemistry (Structure and Bonding)
Introductory Calculus
​Environmental Science Field Course I
​Environmental Science Field Course II

Exercise and Health Physiology

Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKin), Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Exercise and Health Physiology scholars ask questions such as: How do athletes attain optimal performance? Can exercise help to prevent chronic disease? How does regular physical activity assist in maintaining a healthy body composition? Exercise and Health Physiology builds on the knowledge of human movement and function to focus on the...


Courses you'll take

Activity (Essence and Experience)
General Chemistry (Structure and Bonding)
Introduction to Research in Kinesiology
Introductory Calculus
​Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Film Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Film Studies (BFS)

Film Studies scholars ask questions such as: what is the interplay of truth and fiction in documentary cinema? How do film festivals shape critical, commercial, and creative practices? What can the work of Alfred Hitchcock teach us about contemporary global cinema? How exactly does the materiality of the filmstrip compare to new digital...


Courses you'll take

Film Theory up to 1950
History of Popular Cinema
Issues in Film History
​Introduction to Film Studies
​Introduction to Research in Film Studies

Finance

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)

Finance scholars ask questions such as: What causes interest rates to rise? How is the weighted average cost of capital calculated? What is the best way to value a business? Financial managers make decisions about pursuing uncertain investment opportunities and deciding how to finance these investments. Over the course of your studies...


Courses you'll take

Financial Management
Introduction to Business Analytics
Introduction to Business Skills
Principles of Macroeconomics
​Principles of Microeconomics

French

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

French scholars ask questions such as: How did Claude Monet influence the art world? What is the legacy of the French Revolution? How did the Romance languages develop? Studying French will provide you with a multidisciplinary examination of French language, literature, culture, art and history. This program will allow you to improve...


Courses you'll take

Expression écrite et orale
Introduction à la linguistique française
La Grammaire par les textes I
La Grammaire par les textes II
​Intermediate French

General Commerce

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)

Business scholars asks questions such as: What differentiates a product from its competition? How do you create a strategic plan? What is the unique value proposition? A General Commerce concentration will allow you to select concentration courses that best match your personal interests and intended career path. Whether you're interested...


Courses you'll take

Introduction to Business Analytics
Introduction to Business Skills
Introduction to Statistics I
Principles of Macroeconomics
​Principles of Microeconomics

General Mathematics

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

General Mathematics scholars ask questions such as: How can mathematical theories be used to solve concrete problems? What computational techniques are used in market analysis? How can statistical data be used in city planning? General Mathematics explores the various branches of mathematics and their applications in the real world....


Courses you'll take

Advanced Introduction to Computer Science
Calculus for Engineers and Scientists
Introduction to Computer Science for Multidisciplinary Studies I
University Calculus I
​Introductory Calculus

Geography

Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Geography scholars ask questions such as: Who participates in Mexico City’s informal economy? How do logging operations impact aquatic ecosystems? Does urban sprawl increase homelessness? Geography is an integrative discipline that explores the earth as a whole system. Geographers focus on places and spaces to understand the interrelated...


Courses you'll take

Geography of World Affairs
Introduction to Cities
Introduction to Geospatial Methods
The Human Environment
​The Physical Environment

Geology

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Geologists ask questions such as: Can earthquakes be predicted? Why do continents move? How old are the Rocky Mountains? Geologists study the history, composition, and physical aspects of our planet. The entire world will be your laboratory, as geology is the most outdoor-oriented discipline of the basic sciences. During the course of...


Courses you'll take

Applications of Geoscience
General Chemistry (Structure and Bonding)
Mechanics
​Principles of Geoscience

Geomatics Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSc in Eng)

Geomatics engineers ask questions such as: How are underground petroleum reservoirs found? Can we more accurately measure climate change through technology? How are aerial images captured for land use planning? Geomatics engineering is an information technology discipline that deals with the acquisition, modelling, analysis and...


Courses you'll take

Computing for Engineers
Engineering Design and Communication
General Chemistry for Engineers
Spectral Analysis in Geomatics
​Calculus for Engineers and Scientists

Geophysics

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Geophysicists ask questions such as: How are earthquakes and tsunamis generated?  What are the properties of the Earth's gravitational and magnetic fields?  How can seismic waves be used to study the Earth's interior and find natural resources? Geophysics is the application of the laws and techniques of physics to uncover knowledge about...


Courses you'll take

General Chemistry (Change andEquilibrium)
General Chemistry (Structure and Bonding)
Mechanics
​Applications of Geoscience
​Principles of Geoscience

German

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

German scholars ask questions such as: How did the Germanic languages develop? Why is Karl Marx’s work still so influential? How does the legacy of World War II continue to impact Germans? Studying German will provide you with a multidisciplinary examination of German language, literature, culture, art and history. This program will...


Courses you'll take

German II
German Studies Research Methods
Structure of German
Topics in Film
​German I

Greek and Roman Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Greek and Roman Studies scholars ask questions such as: Why were Roman baths socially significant? What role did women play in ancient Greek funerals? Why was Caligula assassinated? Greek and Roman Studies scholars examine the civilizations of the Mediterranean area, the Near East, and Western Europe in ancient and medieval times. During...


Courses you'll take

Comparative Mythology
Late Roman Antiquity
Roman Religion
Rome: The Late Republic and Early Empire
​Introduction to Greece and Rome

Health and Society

Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc)

Health and Society scholars ask questions such as: How does poverty or wealth impact health? Can health care be equitable, ethical and efficient? What is the impact of climate change on health? Health and Society combines social and health sciences to ask and answer crucial questions about health and well-being. During the course of your...


Courses you'll take

Determinants of Health
Developing Health Research Literacy I
Energy Flow in Biological Systems
Health Services and Health Systems
Introduction to Health and Society

History

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Historians ask questions such as: What caused the Protestant Reformation? Why did convicts help settle Australia? How did the Hudson’s Bay Company impact exploration of Canada? History is about change and continuity over time and space. Historians gain an understanding of complex cause-and-effect relationships by gathering, organizing...


Courses you'll take

Canada: Origins to 1867
Events and Ideas that Shook the World
History of Europe
The World to 1500
​The Practice of History

International Business Strategy

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)

International business strategy scholars ask questions such as: Do cultural differences impact international partnerships? How do you market a new airline route? What is the best way to set up a business in China? International Business scholars focus on the cultural, political, economic and linguistic elements required to succeed in...


Courses you'll take

International Finance
Introduction to Business Analytics
Introduction to Business Skills
Principles of Macroeconomics
​Principles of Microeconomics

International Indigenous Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

International Indigenous Studies scholars ask questions such as: How can we preserve Indigenous languages? Does urbanization impact Indigenous peoples? How is the global Indigenous community connected? International Indigenous Studies examines the experiences, culture, artistic endeavors, and current status of Indigenous people around...


Courses you'll take

Canadian Native History
Indigenous Ways of Knowing I
Introduction to Development Studies
Sociology of First Nations in Canada
​Contemporary Aboriginal Issues in Canada

International Relations

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

International Relations scholars ask questions such as: How do states manage their coexistence? What factors impact human migration? Can multinational corporations undermine political stability? International Relations studies cross-border interactions between various groups to understand how such interactions affect people, states,...


Courses you'll take

A Multidisciplinary Survey of International Relations
Gateway to Geography
Principles of Microeconomics
The Contemporary World
​Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology

Italian Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Italian Studies scholars ask questions such as: How did fascism influence Italian culture? What do Pompeii’s ruins tell us about art in ancient Italy? How has Italian food influenced Western cuisine? Italian Studies is concerned with the multidisciplinary examination of Italian language, literature, culture, art and history. This program...


Courses you'll take

Beginners Italian II
Italian Literature of the Renaissance
Second-Year Italian I
Topics in Romance Languages
​Beginners Italian I

Kinesiology

Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKin), Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Kinesiology scholars ask questions such as: How does physical activity affect the aging process? What physiological changes characterize the relaxation response? How do humans adapt to environmental stresses? Kinesiology involves the multidisciplinary study of human movement and function. During the course of your studies, much of your...


Courses you'll take

Activity (Essence and Experience)
Introduction to Motor Control and Learning
Introduction to Research in Kinesiology
Introduction to Statistical Inquiry
​Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Landscape Architecture

Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA)

The Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) in the Faculty of Environmental Design program is designed to engage with the critical sociocultural and ecological challenges of place-making, climate change and resilience. Our MLA is intended as a program for the 21st century - to be leaders and to train leaders in becoming catalysts for positive...


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Latin American Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Latin American Studies scholars ask questions such as: How has eco-tourism affected Costa Rica? Why did the Inca Empire fall? How is femininity displayed at Rio de Janeiro’s Carnival? Latin American Studies is concerned with the multidisciplinary examination of Latin American language, literature, culture, and history. This program will...


Courses you'll take

Beginners' Spanish I
Beginners' Spanish II
Critical Contemporary Issues in Latin America
Field Study in ​Latin America
Latin American Field Research

Law

Juris Doctor (JD)

As one of our law students, you'll benefit from a small cohort, one of the consistently highest articling placement rates in the country, and the option to combine your JD with an MBA, an MPP, or to earn an American law degree at the same time with our International Energy Lawyers Program, a joint JD/JD offered with the University of Houston...


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Law and Society

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Law and Society scholars ask questions such as: What are the links between law and society? How are social manners enforced? What happens when legal innovations fail? Law and Society is the study of how legal and social systems are interconnected, how people live, and how law is woven into communities. This program will give you an...


Courses you'll take

Equality Issues
Introduction to Legal Knowledge
Introduction to Legal Studies
Liberalism
Self-Regulation

Leadership in Pedagogy and Coaching

Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKin)

Leadership in Pedagogy and Coaching scholars ask questions such as: How do children learn through movement? What are the benefits of physical activity on the body and mind? How can people incorporate activity into their personal lifestyle? Leadership in pedagogy and coaching examines the foundations for leadership in physical activity in...


Courses you'll take

Activity (Essence and Experience)
Introduction to Motor Control and Learning
Introduction to Research in Kinesiology
Introduction to Statistics I
​​Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Linguistics

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Linguists ask questions such as: How do languages change? Why are certain words controversial? How do accents form? Linguistics is the scientific study of language as a universal human phenomenon. This program will give you the opportunity to analyze the structure of various languages and apply this knowledge in a variety of sub-fields...


Courses you'll take

English Syntax
Introduction to Semantics
Phonology I
Second Language Acquisition
​Introduction to Linguistics

Linguistics and Language

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Linguists ask questions such as: What are the universal properties of language? Why are certain words controversial? How do you learn a second language? Linguistics is the scientific study of language as a universal human phenomenon. This program will give you the opportunity to analyze the structure of various languages and apply this...


Courses you'll take

English Syntax
Historical Linguistics I
Phonetics I
Phonology I
​Introduction to Linguistics

Marketing

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)

Marketers ask questions such as: How do you conduct relevant market research? What type of consumers should be in a focus group? How do you increase brand awareness? Marketers turn ideas into products, find the right price for products, get products to market, and communicate the benefits of products to consumers. Over the course of your...


Courses you'll take

Foundations of Marketing
Introduction to Business Analytics
Introduction to Business Skills
Principles of Macroeconomics
​Principles of Microeconomics

Mathematics

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Mathematics explores the various branches of mathematics and their applications in the real world. During the course of your studies, much of your learning will occur while actively working on problems in class and during tutorials. You’ll learn mathematics fundamentals and gain exposure to a variety of modern mathematical subjects


Courses you'll take

Advanced Introduction to Computer Science

Mechanical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSc in Eng)

Mechanical engineers ask questions such as: How can you determine the mechanical strength of a titanium alloy? Can wind turbines be redesigned to improve efficiency? Are passive pipeline leak detection systems reliable? Mechanical engineers research, design, test, develop and construct various mechanical devices. The work of mechanical...


Courses you'll take

Computing for Engineers
Computing Tools for Engineering Design
Engineering Design and Communication
General Chemistry for Engineers
​Calculus for Engineers and Scientists

Medicine

Doctor of Medicine (MD)

As a doctor of medicine student, you'll start working with patients within your first few weeks of the program. Ours is one of the few three-year doctor of medicine degrees in North America.  We’re committed to patient-centred and presentation-based learning. We also offer a scholarship program, Pathways to Medicine, which supports the...


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Mind Sciences in Kinesiology

Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKin), Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Mind Sciences scholars ask questions such as: What factors affect human behaviour? How do memory and decision making impact human performance? Can understanding personality traits enhance team building? Mind science is the study of the neural, cognitive and psycho-social concepts to try to understand human behaviour in physical activity...


Courses you'll take

Activity (Essence and Experience)
Introduction to Motor Control and Learning
Introduction to Statistics I
Principles of Psychology I
​Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Multidisciplinary

Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Communication and Culture

Multidisciplinary scholars ask questions such as: Does cultural heritage impact knowledge? How have classical texts influenced your worldview? Do the foundational ideas of academic disciplines overlap? The multidisciplinary program doesn’t require a major, offering you the maximum flexibility to follow your unique...


Courses you'll take

Professional and Technical Communication
Rhetorical Communication

Music (Bachelor of Arts)

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

BA Music scholars ask questions such as: What role does music play in our society? How do music and psychology relate? How can music influence work in other fields? This program is designed for you if you love music but don’t plan to have a professional career as a musician. You'll enhance your understanding of the musical arts by...


Courses you'll take

Diatonic Harmony
Electroacoustic Music
Music History and Literature I

Music (Bachelor of Music)

Bachelor of Music (BMus)

Music scholars ask questions such as: How do music theory and performance interact? What role does music play in our society? How can my performances influence or comment on the world? The Bachelor of Music (BMus) degree is designed for students wishing to enter a professional career in music, either as performers, teachers, composers,...


Courses you'll take

Chamber Choir
Diatonic Harmony
Introduction to Music Technology
Orchestration
Romantic Nationalism

Natural Sciences

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Natural Sciences scholars ask questions such as: What is the future of augmented reality? Why do continents move? Can used nuclear fuel be recycled? The Natural Sciences degree option is an innovative, multidisciplinary program that allows you to concentrate on two of the following specialties offered by the faculty of science: Biology,...


Courses you'll take

Energy Flow in Biological Systems
General Chemistry (Structure and Bonding)
Mechanics
Science in Society
​Research Design and Statistical Analysis

Neuroscience (Honours)

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Neuroscience scholars ask questions such as: Why do we experience emotions? What role do odours play in mothers bonding with their offspring? How are memories stored and retrieved? Neuroscience is a rapidly expanding branch of the life sciences that examines brain and behaviour. This degree will provide you with a broad understanding of...


Courses you'll take

General Chemistry (Structure and Bonding)
Introduction to Neuroscience
Linear Methods I
Scientific and Critical Reasoning
​​Energy Flow in Biological Systems

Nursing

Bachelor of Nursing (BN)

Nurses ask questions such as: How do people respond to illness? In what ways are lives impacted by sickness? How are patients cared for when they are unwell? Leading the way on health-care teams, registered nurses are in high demand for their clinical skills and theoretical knowledge. Over the course of your studies, you'll be involved...


Courses you'll take

Academic Writing for Specialized Audiences (Intermediate)
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Supporting Health I: Communities and Populations
Supporting Health III: People with Life-Threatening Health Challenges

Oil and Gas Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSc in Eng)

Oil and gas engineers ask questions such as: Can refining processes be redesigned to reduce pollution? How is crude oil refined into marketable products? Can natural gas be more efficiently extracted? Oil and gas engineering involves the production of oil and gas in an economical and environmentally safe manner. The technical knowledge...


Courses you'll take

Computing for Engineers
Engineering Design and Communication
General Chemistry for Engineers
Introduction to Flow in Porour Materials
​Calculus for Engineers and Scientists

Operations Management

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)

Operations management scholars ask questions such as: What resources are needed to create a product? How will quality be measured? What is the process hierarchy? Operations Management oversees all activities directly related to making a product or providing a service. This program will give you an introduction to operations management...


Courses you'll take

Introduction to Business Analytics
Introduction to Business Skills
Introduction to Production and Operations Management
Principles of Macroeconomics
​Principles of Microeconomics

Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)

Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources scholars ask questions such as: What is included in a collective bargaining agreement? How is employee performance tracked? Which organizational development initiatives help retain managers? Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources scholars specialize in studying how people operate within...


Courses you'll take

Employment Relationships in Canada
Introduction to Business Analytics
Introduction to Business Skills
Principles of Macroeconomics
​Principles of Microeconomics

Personal Financial Planning

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)

Personal Financial Planners ask questions such as: Are mortgage rates expected to rise? What legal restrictions govern tax shelters in Canada? How much will you need to save for retirement? Personal Financial Planners provide expertise to individuals in matters related to taxes, investments, retirement, and estate planning. Over the...


Courses you'll take

Introduction to Business Analytics
Introduction to Business Skills
Introduction to Risk Management and Insurance
Principles of Macroeconomics
​Principles of Microeconomics

Petroleum Land Management

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)

Petroleum Land Management scholars ask questions such as: How do Crown and freehold leases differ? What methods can be used to obtain surface rights? How do you negotiate a lease renewal? Petroleum Land Management (PLMA) scholars specialize in studying technical and economic considerations in the search for, development, and marketing of...


Courses you'll take

Introduction to Business Analytics
Introduction to Business Skills
Introduction to Petroleum Land Management
Principles of Macroeconomics
​Principles of Microeconomics

Philosophy

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Philosophers ask questions such as: Is the mind distinct from the body? Can I know there is a world outside my mind? Does God exist? Philosophy asks fundamental questions about ourselves, the world, and our place within it. As a philosophy student, you'll learn how to think, discuss and write about abstract ideas. During the course of...


Courses you'll take

Logic
The Classical Period
The Medieval and Renaissance Period
The Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
​Scientific and Critical Reasoning

Physics

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Physicists ask questions such as: How is matter converted into energy? What forces keep planets in orbit? How do quarks decay? Physics is the study of laws that govern the behaviour and interaction of energy and matter. Physicists seek to understand the ways that matter and energy interact through experiment, observation and mathematical...


Courses you'll take

Calculus for Engineers and Scientists
Electromagnetic Theory I
Energy Flow in Biological Systems
Linear Methods I
​Classical Physics

Planning

Master of Planning (MPlan)

Our Master of Planning (MPlan) program is a distinctly different design- and studio-based program. This studio emphasis means that you'll be engaged with real-world problems and real clients, often helping to directly shape the built environment. Studio-based learning is applied learning, so you'll synthesize the skills and knowledge gained...


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Plant Biology

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Plant Biologists ask questions such as: How do exceptionally cold winters impact forests? Which culture first discovered the medicinal properties of willow bark? Why do poppies produce morphine? Plant Biology is a challenging, dynamic, and investigative branch of biology. During the course of your studies, much of your learning will...


Courses you'll take

General Chemistry (Change and Equilibrium)
Introductory Calculus
Linear Methods I
Systematics and Diversity of Plants
​Energy Flow in Biological Systems

Political Science

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Political scientists ask questions such as: What causes conflict in societies? Can government policy impact social inequality? What is liberty? Political science is the study of conflict and cooperation within societies. In order to make sense of the political world, political scientists investigate concepts such as justice, liberty,...


Courses you'll take

History of Political Thought​
Introduction to Government and Politics
Issues and Trends in World Politics
Political Ideologies
Politics of the Global South

Psychology

Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Psychologists ask questions such as: How do people behave and interact in groups in workplace settings? How does aging affect brain function? Why do people offer help to strangers? Psychology is the scientific study of the biological, cognitive, emotional, and social bases of behaviour. There is a strong emphasis on written and verbal...


Courses you'll take

Developmental Psychology
History of Psychological Thought
Psychology of Aging
Social Psychology
​Principles of Psychology I

Real Estate

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)

Real estate scholars ask questions such as: What is the highest and best use for a given land development site? What are the financing methods available to make a project successful? How do you mitigate multiple stakeholder concerns to move a project forward? Real estate scholars explore best practices in leadership, entrepreneurship,...


Courses you'll take

Introduction to Business Analytics
Introduction to Business Skills
Introductory Financial Accounting
Principles of Macroeconomics
​Principles of Microeconomics

Religious Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Religious Studies scholars ask questions such as: What role does religion play in a multicultural society? Can religious beliefs impact health outcomes? How does religion influence political decisions? Religious Studies seeks to understand the creation, expression and practices of the world's religions. This program will give you an...


Courses you'll take

Greek Religion
Introduction to Hinduism
Religion and the Good Life
Religious Myths and Worldviews
​Asian Religions

Risk Management and Insurance

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)

Risk Management and Insurance scholars ask questions such as: What legal restrictions govern tax shelters in Canada? How is loss data analyzed? What is the best way to develop a loss prevention strategy? Risk Management involves formally identifying and evaluating risk, and choosing the most efficient way to pay for and recover from...


Courses you'll take

Introduction to Business Analytics
Introduction to Business Skills
Introduction to Risk Management and Insurance
Principles of Macroeconomics
​Principles of Microeconomics

Risk Management Insurance and Finance

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)

Risk Management Insurance and Finance scholars ask questions such as: How can you determine a client’s likelihood of loss? What is the best way to monitor loss prevention efforts? How is the corporate/insurer relationship best managed? Risk Management Insurance and Finance involves understanding the field of risk financing including...


Courses you'll take

Introduction to Business Analytics
Introduction to Business Skills
Managing Commercial Property and Liability Risks
Principles of Macroeconomics
​Principles of Microeconomics

Russian

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Russian scholars ask questions such as: How did the Slavic languages develop? Why did the Soviet Union fall? Is Russia the eastern flank of Europe or the heartland or another civilization? Studying Russian will not only give you an opportunity to acquire one of the world’s languages and to gain systematic knowledge of its history and...


Courses you'll take

Current Issues in Russian Culture
Russian I
Russian Literature in Translation
Topics in Russian Civilization and Thought
​Introductory Russian

Social Work

Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)

Social work involves helping individuals, families, groups, and communities to improve their individual and collective well-being. Social workers engage in a wide range of professional roles, and are employed in a variety of sectors that include, but are not limited to, private practices, the public sector, and non-profit organizations. During...


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Sociology

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Sociologists ask questions such as: Are any behaviours deemed immoral in every society? What role does alcohol consumption play in soccer hooliganism? Why is HIV/AIDS described as being a disease of poverty? Sociologists study how social structures, social processes, and cultural products constrain and enable human behaviour. Societies...


Courses you'll take

Canadian Society
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Sociology of First Nations
Sociology of Gender
​Introductory Sociology

Software Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSc in Eng)

Software engineers ask questions such as: How can the software development process be streamlined? What new measures can deter hackers? How can the security of e-commerce transactions be improved? Software engineers use their specialized knowledge to develop, install, validate, and maintain software systems. As a software engineering...


Courses you'll take

Computing for Engineers
Engineering Design and Communication
General Chemistry for Engineers
Software Analysis And Design
​Calculus for Engineers and Scientists

Spanish

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Spanish scholars ask questions such as: How did Pablo Picasso influence the art world? Did joining the European Union impact Spain’s economy? How did colonization help spread the Spanish language? Studying Spanish will provide you with a multidisciplinary examination of Spanish language, literature, culture, art and history. This program...


Courses you'll take

Contemporary Hispanic Cultures
Intensive Spanish
Introduction to Textural Analysis and Composition
​Beginners Spanish I
​Beginners Spanish II

Supply Chain Management

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)

Supply chain managers ask questions such as: Can we go “green” without spending more? How can we improve inventory levels? Can we increase product standardization? Supply chain management involves the management of materials and information across the entire supply chain. This program covers diverse topics such as service operations...


Courses you'll take

Introduction to Business Analytics
Introduction to Business Skills
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
​The Global Trading System

Urban Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Urban Studies scholars ask questions such as: Why do people live in cities? Can homelessness be eliminated? Does public art reduce crime rates? Urban Studies is a broad interdisciplinary program designed to provide an integrated understanding of the social, political, economic, environmental and cultural processes that shape urban life,...


Courses you'll take

Introduction to Geospatial Methods
Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology
The Gendered City
The Human Environment
​Introduction to Cities

Veterinary Medicine

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)

As a student at UCVM, one of Canada’s five veterinary colleges, you'll receive a comprehensive veterinary education and be able to select from one of the college's areas of emphasis. You'll begin working with live animals early in the program, and have numerous on-campus and off-site learning opportunities over the course of your four years of...


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Visual Studies

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

Visual Studies students explore practices with visual media and materials through questions such as: How did Andy Warhol help popularize serigraphy? What role does art play in children’s learning? How can I use new digital technologies such as 3D printing to extend more traditional artistic practices like bronze casting? Visual Studies...


Courses you'll take

Art (World War II to the Present)
Art Fundamentals (3D)
Media Arts (Practice and Theory I)
Survey of Western Art in its Cultural Context (Pre-history to the Later Middle Ages)
​Art Fundamentals (2D)

Women's Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Women’s Studies scholars ask questions such as: Are women more likely to live in poverty? Has gender equality been achieved in the Canadian workplace? What does it mean to be female? Women’s Studies is concerned with the diversity of women. In this program you'll explore the social construction and variability of gender, and how power...


Courses you'll take

Feminist Methods
Feminist Theorizing
Gender and Popular Culture
Women and Health
​Introduction to Women's Studies

Zoology

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Zoologists ask questions such as: How do hurricanes disrupt nesting grounds? Can polar bears experience depression? Were penguins ever able to fly? Zoology is the scientific study of animal biology from the perspective of the entire animal organism. As a highly interdisciplinary discipline, zoologists develop a broad knowledge base to...


Courses you'll take

An Introduction to Invertebrate Zoology
General Chemistry (Structure and Bonding)
Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology
Introductory Calculus
​Energy Flow in Biological Systems