5 Facts About the Bachelor of Arts and Science Degree Program!

Posted on Thursday, March 5th, 2020

Our Bachelor of Arts and Science degrees are a fantastic way for you to build a well-rounded degree around your passions. The combination of arts and sciences learnings can set you up for several career paths in areas like archaeology, public relations, medicine, law and more.

Here are some interesting facts about the BAS degree:

Endless Possibilities

Choosing minors in both arts and sciences will ensure that you build your skills as a speaker, writer and researcher – all at the same time! What you choose to do with these skills is totally up to you. Some example minor combinations are chemistry and art history, computing and psychology, and biochemistry and criminal justice. These are just a few examples from the 40 specializations you can choose from!

Represent Your Program

The Bachelor of Arts and Science Student Association (BASSA) is the student government representing BAS students at the University of Guelph. You can join the community and work with your peers to improve the BAS program.

Interdisciplinary Courses (ASCI)

A unique feature of the program is the Interdisciplinary courses that you get to take called "ASCI" courses. They have smaller course sizes and are designed to help students find the connections between their two minors.

Live With Your BAS Peers

You will have the option to sign up and live in an Arts and Science cluster in residence. Your residence neighbors will consist of other Arts and Science students so you can connect and support each other through your first year of studies!

BAS Students Love the Program

University of Guelph BAS students love the choices that are available to them with this degree. The internship and independent study opportunities are just some of the reasons why U of G students like Sarah and Solveig chose the BAS degree.

For more information, you can visit the Bachelor of Arts and Science website and follow us on social media.

We can’t wait to see what you will do with your BAS degree!

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