Faculty of Arts
Dean, Faculty of Arts: Richard Nemesvari, PhD
Associate Dean: Academic Development: Dejan Guzina, PhD
Associate Dean: Student Affairs/Special Projects: Gavin Brockett, PhD
Academic Advisor: Megan Woodrow, BA, ext. 2201
Academic Advisor: Crystal Shadwell, BA, ext. 3299
Academic Advising Email: email@example.com
Telephone: (519) 884-1970, ext 3891
Location: Dr. Alvin Woods Building, Room 5-106
|NOTE: Our official means of communication is with your Laurier email account.
Students are expected to regularly check their Laurier email account
for important notices from the university community. Students are
required to send emails to official members of the university community
from their Laurier email account in order to verify authenticity and
ensure delivery. Emails sent from non-Laurier accounts, such
as hotmail, may be identified as spam and not delivered. Furthermore,
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Your co-operation is appreciated.
The Faculty of Arts offers a wide range of programs, both in traditional arts disciplines and in new and interdisciplinary fields of study. Courses and/or programs are offered in ancient studies, anthropology, Arabic, archaeology and heritage studies, communication studies, community engagement, co-operative education, cultural studies, English, environmental science, environmental studies, film studies, French, geography, German, global studies, Greek, history, history and philosophy of science, Italian, languages, medievalism and medieval studies, Muslim studies, North American studies, philosophy, political science, religion and culture, social entrepreneurship, sociology, Spanish, Sustainability, and women and gender studies. A detailed description of each program and course is included in the alphabetical list of programs, which follow the faculty rules and regulations.
In choosing a course of study, students may combine programs provided that they satisfy all requirements for each program in which they are enrolled. Students who wish to complete two degrees should consult the Additional Undergraduate Degrees section in the Undergraduate University Regulations chapter.
- BA (Honours) - Honours Bachelor of Arts
- BSc (Honours) - Honours Bachelor of Science
- BA - General BA without Designation
- CombBA (Honours) - Honours Combination or Joint (BA)
- Op - Option
- Mi - Minor
- CombBSc (Hons) - Honours Combination or Joint (BSc)
- Conc - Concentration
- Spec - Specialization