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Submitted by bjoslaws on Mon, 04/30/2007 - 2:08pm

The study of history fosters an appreciation of how understanding the past can help explain the present and even assist in making decisions for the future. Our undergraduate programs offer considerable breadth and depth in your studies so that you can explore a wide range of historical interests.

BA and BA Honours Programs

BA in History | Details

The Bachelor of Arts degree in History is designed to provide you with a foundation for the study of history and understanding the ways in which the past is written.

BA Honours in History | Details

The Bachelor of Arts Honours degree in History expands on the BA degree with the opportunity to write an in-depth Honours Thesis on a specific historical topic of your choosing.

BA in Canadian Studies | Details

The Bachelor of Arts degree in Canadian Studies emphasizes merging issues facing our country from within our borders and without, including our relationship with our closest neighbour - the United States - and our participation in the global sphere

BA Honours in Canadian Studies | Details

The Bachelor of Arts Honours degree in Canadian Studies is designed to expand on the BA degree with the opportunity to write an Honours Thesis on a topic in Canadian Studies of your choosing.

BA in Latin American Studies | Details

The Bachelor of Arts Latin American Studies is designed around a multidisciplinary curriculum which provides a broad perspective on the region, with a wide variety of possibilities to suit individual student interests.

Co-op Program | Details

The Co-op program provides relevant, degree-related work experience that give students important business and technical skills and a competetive edge upon graduation.

Minor programs are also available in History, Canadian Studies, and Latin American Studies. 

The Ancient and Medieval History program is currently administered by the Department of Classics and Religion.

For more information, contact the undergraduate Chair, Dr. Paul Chastko, or the Undergraduate Advisor, Ms. Sarah Stevenson

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