The department is home to eleven undergraduate degree programs giving students the flexibility and diversity to pursue a range of subjects in the humanities or to focus in more concentrated thematic, regional or cultural areas.
Learn and examine histories of Black Canada. Discover people of African descent in the Americas through cultural studies, history, literature and music.
Learn how to engage children, discern children and young people's voices in historical and cultural contexts and come to understand the human condition from the child’s perspective.
Study the relationship between human imagination and the cultural settings that ignite it.
Explore the significance of the Chinese, Japanese and Korean language, literature and fine arts and investigate the economic, social and political impact of these influential nations.
Gain a comprehensive introduction to the humanities as an integrated field of study that brings ideas in religion, history, literature, popular culture, fine arts and philosophy into dynamic and rich conversation.
Develop awareness and a sense of social responsibility relating to Indigenous issues. Your access to traditional elders and ceremonies, and your placements with Indigenous or supporting organizations will provide you with cultural and experiential knowledge about Indigenous lands, languages and cultures.
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.
Explore a broad range of religious cultures, traditions, and history while studying the differences and similarities between religious faiths such as Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism.