Degree and Certificate Programs

Explore your options. Bridge disciplines. Study what you love and learn what you need! Be inspired by your passionate interests and true to your career goals.

Increase your knowledge and career edge through our rich diversity of degree and certificate programs and versatile double-major and major-minor options. The range of choices at the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies (LA&PS) provides you with unique flexibility: virtually all of our programs can be taken part-time, and many offer evening, weekend and online courses that can smoothly fit into your already busy life.

You can apply right now, or if you want more detailed information on courses, view the courses that are connected to each program.

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Accounting

Certificate

Administrative Studies

Bachelor of Administrative Studies (BAS)

African Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA), Double Major, Minor

American Sign Language

Anthropology

Bachelor of Arts (BA), International Bachelor of Arts (iBA)

Anti-Racist Research and Practice (CARRP)

Certificate

Arabic

Broadcasting – Radio (Seneca College)

Diploma

Broadcasting – Television (Seneca College)

Diploma

Business and Society

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Business Economics

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Business Minor

Minor

Canadian Business for Internationally Educated Professionals

Certificate

Canadian Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Children’s Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Chinese

Certificate

Classical Greek

Classical Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Classics

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Cognitive Science

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

College-University Accounting Bridge Program

Certificate

Communication Arts (Centennial or Seneca College)

Certificate, Diploma

Communication Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA), International Bachelor of Arts (iBA)

Creative Advertising (Seneca College)

Diploma

Creative Writing

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Criminology

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Culture and Expression

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Disaster and Emergency Management

Bachelor of Disaster and Emergency Management (BDEM)

East Asian Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Economics

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Emergency Management

Certificate

English

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

English and Professional Writing

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

English as a Second Language

European Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA), International Bachelor of Arts (iBA)

Financial and Business Economics

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Financial Planning

Certificate

French Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA), International Bachelor of Arts (iBA)
Certificate

Gender and Women's Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Certificate

Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing

Certificate

Geography

Bachelor of Arts (BA), International Bachelor of Arts (iBA)

Geography and Urban Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

German Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA), International Bachelor of Arts (iBA)
Certificate

Global Political Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Health and Society

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Health Services Financial Management

Certificate

Hellenic Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Hindi-Urdu

History

Bachelor of Arts (BA), International Bachelor of Arts (iBA)

Human Resource Management

Bachelor of Human Resources Management (BHRM)
Certificate

Human Resource Management for Internationally Educated Professionals

Certificate

Human Rights and Equity Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Humanities

Bachelor of Arts (BA), International Bachelor of Arts (iBA)

Indigenous Studies

Certificate

Individualized Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Information Technology

Bachelor of Arts (BA), International Bachelor of Arts (iBA)

Information Technology Auditing and Assurance

Certificate

Information Technology for Internationally Educated Professionals

Certificate

Interdisciplinary Social Science

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

International Development Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Investment Management

Certificate

Italian Language

Certificate

Italian Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA), International Bachelor of Arts (iBA)

Jamaican Creole

Japanese Language

Certificate

Japanese Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Jewish Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Certificate

Journalism – Broadcast (Seneca College)

Diploma

Korean

Languages, Literatures and Linguistics

Certificate

Latin

Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Law and Society

Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Certificate

Linguistics

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Logistics

Certificate

Management

Certificate

Marketing

Minor
Certificate

Medical Anthropology

Minor

Modern Greek

Certificate

Modern Hebrew

Certificate

Modes of Reasoning

Multicultural and Indigenous Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Persian

Philosophy

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Political Science

Bachelor of Arts (BA), International Bachelor of Arts (iBA)

Portuguese and Luso-Brazilian Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Certificate

Practical Ethics

Certificate

Professional Writing

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Public Administration

Bachelor of Public Administration (BPA)

Public Administration and Law

Certificate

Public Policy Analysis

Certificate

Real Estate

Certificate

Refugee and Migration Studies

Certificate

Religious Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Russian

Sexuality Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA), International Bachelor of Arts (iBA)
Certificate

Social Work

Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)

Sociology

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

South Asian Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Certificate

Spanish

Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Certificate

Swahili

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Certificate

United States Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Urban Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA), International Bachelor of Arts (iBA)
Certificate

Work and Labour Studies

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

  • Explore the social/cultural anthropology of contemporary societies; flexibility is emphasized.

  • Get a full range of conceptual and methodological tools needed for acquiring a deeper understanding of the current issues and challenges of sustainable human development. Concentrate on the theory and practice of communication and culture.

  • Explore, within the context of hazard and vulnerability, the interactions between people and their natural, technological and social environment that result in disasters and emergencies.

  • Explore, within the context of hazard and vulnerability, the interactions between people and their natural, technological and social environment that result in disasters and emergencies.

  • Focus on applied economic theory while preparing for academic careers and research positions in governments and private corporations.

  • Study the traditional periods and areas of English literary studies and a range of critical/theoretical approaches to texts.

  • Delve into French literatures and the evolution of ideas and literary fields; provides research training in French linguistics.

  • Play a critical role in enhancing the quality of corporate governance and setting a higher standard of financial transparency.

  • Focus on women and gender as they intersect with sexualities, race, ethnicity, class, ability and age.

  • Benefit from our recognized strengths in biophysical processes and in critical human geography.

  • Undertake an intensive examination of particular topics from a variety of points of view, including intellectual, economic, political, gender and social.

  • Designed for HRM specialists, this executive-style program will equip you with the skills and credentials to assume senior-level appointments.

  • Explore different ways in which human cultures and their multiple forms of expression have developed and continue to develop.

  • The Master of Arts in Information Systems & Technology (MAIST) program was created to address advanced topics in IT through a dual focus approach. This approach aims to combine the application of research-based knowledge with the real world challen ...

  • Pursue independent, innovative research that bridges disciplinary categories.

  • Study language and society, language variation and change; second-language pedagogy and other areas related to second-language teaching and learning.

  • Compare contemporary and historical perspectives on philosophy’s main problems and draw inspiration from diverse philosophical approaches.

  • Take an interdisciplinary approach to the study of politics and engage in critical thinking and political change.

  • Concentrate on the themes of constitutional and administrative law, public sector ethics, social justice and public sector management, and finance in this executive-style program.

  • Take a truly interdisciplinary approach that will integrate intellectual interests common to the humanities and social sciences.

  • Engage in advanced scholarship related to the development and practice of critical knowledge, theory, skills and approaches to social work; consider the complexities of social issues.

  • Take courses in socio-legal theory and methods while gaining the skills to work in the areas of human rights, immigration, social policy and transnational governance.

  • Examine social theory, global approaches, culture and identity, power and inequality; focus on interdisciplinary studies.