Undergraduate

Courses and programming are divided between Art History (ARTH) and Visual Art (VISA), and support flexible combinations of both disciplines. The programs accommodate co-op placements and exchange, as well as flexible degree building that allows students to study on timelines suited to them (i.e., not always the standard full-time four-year degree).

  • Art History
    Students may pursue a Bachelor of Arts (BA) major, minor, or honours degree, or a Diploma in Art History (DAHY), as well as a double-major, a dual-degree, or other unique combinations. Students may explore a range of eras, geographic regions, and specializations, and may choose to concentrate in areas of particular interest to them.
  • Visual Art
    Students may pursue a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), as well as a double-major, a dual-degree, or other unique combinations. Under the BA, students may pursue a major or a minor in visual art. Under the BFA, students can pursue an honours or a major in visual art.

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