Arts and Social Sciences at U of G
The Bachelor of Arts degree offered at the University of Guelph is one of our most flexible and adaptable programs. With 25 majors and 56 minors, YOU have the ability to shape your future on your own terms and prepare yourself for your dream career.
Here are some things that make a BA from U of G unique:
2 new majors
Culture and Technology Studies is a brand-new major that explores arts, culture and technology with the goal of learning how they intersect. This major is a great option for anyone interested in a career as a museum curator, librarian, web designer, game designer or more!
Justice and Legal studies is another new major that will help prepare you for a career as a legal professional, journalist, or working in corporate government relations! Students in this major will be able to choose an area of emphasis such as:
- Canadian Politics and Governance;
- Global Relations and Governance,
- Gender and Sexuality;
- Art and Humanities and
- Business and Management
The Arts and Business Double Feature
Arts students now have the option to pair a Business minor from the Gordon S. Lang School of Business with their Arts major to enhance their communication, problem solving and leadership skills! Wondering how to make this happen? Simple apply to your BA major of choice and declare a Business minor in your first year!
- Business data analytics
- Business economics
- Human resources
- International business
- Project management
- Sport and event management
- Sustainable business
MacKinnon Building is getting a makeover!
As a BA student, you'll have most of your classes in the MacKinnon Building. Located in the heart of campus, it's home to the performing arts and the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation. In fall 2019 we broke ground on renovations to the building.
The improvements are expected to include a new main entrance in the north wing, new student spaces, practice spaces and an updated performance space!
Hear from the Students Themselves!
The College of Arts has put together some videos made by current BA students. Check them out to hear about some of our popular majors directly from students currently in them!
For more information about the Bachelor of Arts program, be sure to check out the program page on our website and visit the College of Arts and the College of Social & Applied Human Sciences websites. We can’t wait to see what you do with your BA degree!