Degree Types: International Bachelor of Arts (IBA)

Italian Studies

Study Italian languages, literature and linguistics and enhance your understanding of Italy’s place in the global context and the multi-faceted and dynamic Italian culture.

German Studies

Explore the language, culture and society of the German-speaking world. You will have the opportunity to study abroad with Canada’s best range of exchange programs.

French Studies

The French Studies program focuses on the study of language, linguistics and literature while exploring francophone culture around the world. We keep our classes small to give you plenty of opportunity to speak French and interact with professors and classmates.

Urban Studies

Gain real world perspectives and theoretical knowledge as you investigate the complex relationship between political institutions, economic systems, ecological processes, physical structures, social relations and cultural understandings.

Sexuality Studies

Examine the artistic, cultural, economic, geographic, historical, literary, political, psychological and social aspects of sexuality in a transnational context.

Communication and Media Studies

This program is organized around three main themes: media, culture and society; critical technology studies; politics and policy. Explore the character and development of today's diverse media and communication landscapes.


This program focuses on a comparative study of the world’s societies. You will ask critical questions about contemporary, past and future social life. You will explore the four major themes of the program including gender, health and the body; nature, science and religion; culture and performance; and power, politics, and development.

Political Science

Explore the actions of governments, judicial systems and political parties while discovering movements in society and in the power relations of everyday life. This program is designed to develop a student’s political analysis ability, critical skills and democratic awareness.


This program emphasizes the different ways in which human cultures and their multiple forms of expression have developed historically and continue to develop today.


This program will explore thousands of years of history in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas and explore themes such as the immigrant experience in Canada, native history and global migration.