Faculty of Arts and Humanities


The Faculty of Arts and Humanities offers a total of four multi-disciplinary undergraduate degrees: 

Concurrent degrees/partners/certificates/professional designations:

Combined Degree with HBA through Ivey Business School
Certificate in Ethics
Diploma in Ethics
Certificat de français des affaires (Certificate in Business French)
Diplôme de français des affaires (Diploma in Business French) 
Certificat de français pratique (Certificate in Practical French) 
Diplôme de français pratique (Diploma in Practical French) 
Certificate in Practical German 
Certificate in Practical Italian 
Certificate in Practical Spanish 
Certificate in Digital Spanish 
Certificate in Theatre Arts
Certificate in Writing 
Diploma in Writing
Certificate in Professional Communication 
Diploma in Professional Communication

Areas of Study

Art History
Art History and Criticism
Arts and Humanities
Classical Studies
Comparative Literature and Culture
Creative Writing 
Creative Writing and English Language & Literature
Digital Humanities*
Digital Spanish*
English for Teachers*
English Language and Literature
Feminist Theory*
Film Studies
Francophone Studies*
French Language and Linguistics
French Language and Literature
French Language and Translation*
French Linguistics and Literature
French Studies
Gender, Sexuality and Culture*†
General Cinema Studies*
General English*
German Language and Culture
Greek and Latin*
Greek and Latin Literature*
Greek and Roman Archaeology*
Italian Language and Culture 
Medieval Studies*
Museum and Curatorial Studies
National Cinemas*
Philosophy of Science*
Popular Literature and Cultural Studies*
Sexuality Studies
Spanish Language and Linguistics
Spanish Language and Hispanic Cultures
Studio Arts
Theatre Studies
Visual Arts
Women’s Studies
Writing Studies

*Available as a minor only; cannot be completed as a degree alone
†Gender, Sexuality and Culture is a joint program with Modern Languages and Literatures and Women’s Studies

Academic counselling:

We have two Academic Counsellors to help you with a variety of needs. You may visit the counsellors, Ms. Amanda Green and Mr. Ben Hakala, in University College Room 112G to ask about modules and programs, degree requirements, and university regulations. They can also discuss course changes, withdrawals, special permissions, Letters of Permission and appeal procedures. You should also visit the Academic Counsellors if you are seeking accommodation due to medical or compassionate reasons. We are always happy to help you, so feel welcome during our drop-in hours (9:30 am to noon, and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm each weekday) Visit Counselling Website

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