Improve the art of thinking, engagement and collaboration.
You don't just want any arts degree. You want one that will give you the career advantage. Choose from 24 majors and 56 minors. Add one of 11 business minors and you will not only shape your future on your own terms but you'll prepare yourself for the job market and your dream career!
In an evolving world, the BA equips you with the ability to think critically, communicate ideas effectively, and to understand complex problems facing society.
As a BA student, you'll have most of your classes in the MacKinnon Building. In the heart of campus, it's home to the performing arts and the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation.
Arts and Business Double Feature
Add business savvy to your arts degree! Add a minor from the Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics to gain knowledge that will open doors to launch your career. Pair your major with a business-focused minor to enhance your skills in communication, problem-solving, leadership and more!
- business data analytics,
- business economics,
- human resources,
- international business,
- project management,
- sport and event management,
- sustainable business.
Lang offers a focus on responsible and sustainable business practices that helps you conceptualize how modern businesses shape our world and improve communities. We champion the United Nation's responsible initiative thorugh impactful research.
Minors provide opportunities to work on real-world problems through case-studies, community projects, and more. A minor in human resources or project management can kick-start your professional certification in these areas.
Sample First Year Courses
- European Cinema
- Introduction to Psychology
- Introductory Philosophy: Social & Political Issues
- Introduction to Anthropology
- Introductory Italian
- Introductory Microeconomics
- Understanding Politics
- Fundamentals of Arts Management
- Crime and Criminal Justice
- Amadeus to Zepplin: Music and Culture I
- The Language of Media
- Understanding Development and Global Inequalities
- Food, Poverty and Hunger
Curious about what other courses you'll take throughout your degree? Check out this program's Academic Calendar.
- Art History
- Classical Studies
- Criminal Justice & Public Policy
- Environmental Governance
- European Studies
- Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics
- French Studies/Études Françaises
- International Development Studies
- Major To Be Determined
- Mathematical Economics
- Mathematical Science
- Political Science
- Spanish & Hispanic Studies
- Studio Art
- Theatre Studies
- BA General Degree
Estimated Cutoff Ranges
76-80% for all majors, except Criminal Justice and Public Policy (79-83%) and Psychology Co-op (84-89%).
Note: Estimated cutoff ranges are based on the admission averages from previous years and are provided solely as a point of reference. Exact cutoffs for the current cycle will be determined by the quantity and quality of applications received and the number of spaces available in the program. Co-op averages will often exceed the estimated cutoff ranges.
Our grads have worked here:
- Maclean's magazine
- California Institute of the Arts (CalArts)
- Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade
- National Gallery of Canada
- Smithsonian Institution
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