The general, advanced and honours undergraduate degree programs have a common first year, whereas the Bachelor of Arts Integrated Studies has significantly different admission and degree requirements.
Students should apply to enter the advanced or honours programs only after successfully completing 30 credit hours generally in University 1. Students completing their first year will remain in the general program unless they apply for entrance to the advanced or honours programs.
Students planning to enter the advanced or honours programs should be aware that there are specific entrance requirements for each and refer to the Academic Calendar for detailed information. Please note that not all programs are available in each subject area. Students planning a major or minor or honours subject field should include an appropriate course in that subject area within their first year.
The Bachelor of Arts Integrated Studies consists of 90 credit hours of course work, taking into consideration previously completed coursework. See Bachelor of Arts Integrated Studies Admission Requirements for more details.
Degree Program Regulations
For entry, continuation and graduation requirements for the General Degree, Advanced Degree and Honours Degree, see Faculty of Arts (Section 3): Basic Faculty Regulations for the B.A. General, Advanced and Honours Degree Programs in the Academic Calendar.