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Bachelor of Arts

The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences offers a four-year degree program leading to the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.). Students can complete the program with one of more than 15 majors or with a General Studies degree. Disciplines within the Bachelor of Arts program are varied and allow for a large selection of courses. The B.A. is offered jointly with the Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies.

The B.A. degree program can be completed as a:

B.A. Major Program

Majors offered at the UBC Okanagan campus include: Anthropology; Computer Science; Economics; Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies; Geography; History; Indigenous Studies; International Relations; Mathematics; Philosophy; Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE); Political Science; Psychology; and Sociology.

See the Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies (www.calendar.ubc.ca/okanagan/index.cfm?tree=18,283,831,0#11540) for B.A. programs in Art History and Visual Culture, Creative Writing, Cultural Studies, English, French and Spanish.

B.A. General Studies

This program is designed for students who wish to pursue a general liberal studies program with requirements drawn from the humanities, social sciences, sciences, or creative and performing arts.

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