Program Category: History, Philosophy, and Humanities

Religious Studies

This program invites students to join in current scholarly efforts to study, analyze and understand different forms of religious experience from a number of disciplinary perspectives. Students may concentrate on one religious tradition or they may take a comparative approach.


This program explores many of humanity’s fundamental questions. The program’s interdisciplinary approach will help you understand various contemporary challenges in applied ethics, social and political philosophy, feminist philosophy, cognitive science, philosophy of mind, and argumentation theory.

Jewish Studies

Explore Judaism and the Jewish people while studying the history of Judaism as a religion, and the texts, sociologies, languages, cultures and fine arts of the Jewish people from biblical times to present day.


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.

Children, Childhood & Youth

This program will examine how to engage children and discern children and young people's voices in historical and cultural contexts. You will come to understand the human condition from the child’s perspective.