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  • Anthropology

    Examine processes of social and cultural life in human societies past and present, near and far. Anthropology will prepare you for a diverse range of careers, including medical researcher, consultant to governmental and community organizations, teacher, archaeologist, environmental researcher, and much else. 

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    History & Cultural Studies
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    Culture
    First Nations
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    Languages
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  • Anthropology

    Study what it means to be human in the broadest possible sense. Anthropologists are interested in the findings of all fields pertaining to humans and the processes of social and cultural life in human societies past and present, near and far. It connects the natural sciences, the social sciences, and the humanities. Cultural Anthropology is a main area of focus at UBC's Okanagan campus.

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    Culture
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    History
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  • Applied Animal Biology

    Study the fundamentals of animal behaviour, animal physiology, and examine related fields as applied to farm, companion, and other animals. You’ll be exposed to the role of animals in human society and the ethical, environmental, and other issues that arise, and receive training in research skills preparing for graduate work, or admission to veterinary or human medicine.

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    Bachelor of Science in Applied Biology
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    Chemistry & Life Sciences
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    Agriculture
    Animals
    Biology
    Outdoors
    Sustainability
  • Applied Plant and Soil Sciences

    Applied Plant and Soil Sciences integrates plant-soil-atmosphere systems with a focus on the science underpinning crop production and ecosystem management. You’ll gain competence in integrating scientific principles and have the flexibility to emphasize a major area of interest such as plant production and protection, soil quality, climate change, food security, or land reclamation. 

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    Bachelor of Science in Applied Biology
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    Earth, Environment & Sustainability
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    Agriculture
    Chemistry
    Climate change
    Ecology
    Forestry
  • Archaeology (concentration)

    Learn about world archaeology – from the emergence of humankind to the beginning of state societies – and examine the beginnings of the economic, social, political, and artistic traditions and systems of the great civilizations. You can pursue studies in archaeology by tailoring your course selection to include an archaeological focus and selecting a specialization in Anthropology or Classical, Near Eastern, and Religious Studies.

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    Culture
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    History
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  • Architecture

    The Master of Architecture is a professional graduate degree, leading to certification with the Canadian Architectural Certification Board. It is a highly demanding three-year program that includes design studios alongside courses in history and theory, technical and material systems, and design media.

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    Technology, Math & Engineering
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    Architecture
    Building things
    Design
    Engineering
    Inventing
  • Art History

    Examine a wide range of art historical periods and topics, as well as critical theories, while taking into account the constantly extending reach of visual studies in a globalized world. Many fields connect and inform art historical study – you can find a wide variety of courses in other Faculty of Arts departments to complement your studies.

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    Art
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    History
    Reading
    Religion
  • Art History and Visual Culture

    Explore a variety of global perspectives for studying art and visual culture, with courses on the arts of South Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and the Americas. You’ll develop critical thinking and writing skills while you analyze diverse forms of art and visual culture, including “high” art, pop culture, architecture, everyday objects, and performance in their cultural and historical contexts.

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    Creative Arts & Media
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    Art
    Culture
    Film
    History
    Religion
  • Asian Area Studies

    Gain a deeper understanding of Asian cultures while you study history, literary and religious traditions, languages, as well as gender relations. You’ll choose from diverse courses such as “Asian Horror Cinema: National Nightmares and Specters of Trauma,” “The Sikhs: History, Religion and Society,” and “Classical Hindu, Buddhist and Jain Myths and Legends in Translation.”

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    Asia
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    Film
    History
    Religion
  • Asian Language and Culture

    Asian Language and Culture is designed to give you the linguistic and cultural capital to work as a leader in the 21st century on the Canada-Asia interface. This program combines advanced language study with a concentration in one of five areas – China, Chinese Literature, Japan, Korea, or South Asia.

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    Asia
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    Language
    Pop culture
  • Astronomy

    Astronomers and physicists study the material world and the energy that drives it, from the smallest particles like neutrinos and Higgs bosons to the very largest structures in the universe, and ultimately the universe itself. This program has a large overlap with mathematics, chemistry, biology, and engineering and can be approached from each of these angles.

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    Biology
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    Space
  • Atmospheric Science

    Atmospheric Science is the study of weather and climate. This highly interdisciplinary specialization focuses on meteorological fields including air quality, environment, climate change, weather monitoring & instrumentation, and consulting. 

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    Chemistry
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    Technology
  • Bachelor + Master of Management Dual Degree

    This innovative dual degree will allow you to pursue the undergraduate subjects you’re most passionate about and get a postgraduate qualification from one of the world’s most prestigious business schools. You’ll study subjects like accounting and finance, marketing and strategic management, and you’ll get personalized professional development advice to help you turn your passion into a profession.

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    Bachelor of Arts
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    Bachelor of Science
    Bachelor of Science in Wood Products Processing
    Master of Management
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    Business
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  • Behavioural Neuroscience

    If your interest in psychology is in the biological basis of behaviour, this could be the program for you. You'll study a range of topics, including advanced research methods in the behavioural sciences, sensation and perception; animal learning and cognition; hormones and behaviour; computers and psychology; and biopsychology.

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    Health
    Helping people
    Human behaviour
    Physiology
    Psychology
  • Biochemistry

    Biochemistry is the study of the chemical processes occurring in living matter, a discipline which encompasses an incredibly diverse field of research that touches nearly all aspects of our lives. Biochemists are working in areas as diverse environmental degradation, forensics, disease research, and archaeology.

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    Inventing
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  • Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

    Biochemistry and Molecular Biology deals with the structure and function of proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, and lipids – the basic constituents of living cells. Biochemists work to understand the structure of cells and how they function at the molecular level. This program includes a wide variety of foundational and advanced courses that cover metabolic pathways, the chemistry of winemaking, pharmacology, and more.

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    Agriculture
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    Chemistry
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  • Biology

    Get your hands dirty in the laboratory and in the field while you study all aspects of living things and their processes. You’ll gain an excellent foundation in all fields of biology while learning the practical skills of a working biologist. Within the Biology program, you can choose to specialize in a number of subject areas including ecology, cell and developmental biology, and physiology.

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    Animals
    Biology
    Environment
    Health
    Physiology
  • Biology

    Study all aspects of living things and their processes as you learn about the fundamental concepts in Biology. You’ll have a diverse range of courses to choose from, providing insight into the various sub-disciplines such as ecology, human biology, and animal physiology. Specializations within the Biology program range from Animal Biology to Evolutionary Biology to Chemical Biology, and much more.

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    Animals
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  • Biophysics

    Study life at every level, from atoms and molecules to cells, organisms, and environments, while you look for and analyze patterns. You’ll also gain an understanding of the basic concepts and quantitative skills of physics. This program will prepare you for graduate studies in biological sciences or physics, work as a medical professional, or a career in fields such as pharmaceuticals.

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    Biology
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    Physics
    Physiology
  • Biotechnology

    Enjoy hands-on laboratory training and high-calibre foundational courses as you learn about scientific manipulation of living organisms. This program equips you with current scientific and technical expertise and the business and communication skills to start your biotechnology career as soon as you graduate.

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    Biology
    Chemistry
    Physics
    Physiology
    Technology
  • Business and Computer Science Combined Major

    The Business and Computer Science combined major will give you the technical background and understanding to apply IT solutions in a business context, and use them to develop opportunities for growth. In each year of study, you'll take a combination of core commerce and computer science courses.

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    Bachelor of Commerce
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    Business, Economics & Law
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    Analysis
    Business
    Computers
    Good with numbers
    Physics
  • Canadian Studies

    In this interdisciplinary program, you’ll explore and think critically about questions like, “What did the masses of red and white at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics mean?” “What are the politics of apology?” “Is multiculturalism successful?” “How should Canada tackle climate change?” Learn about how the environment, indigenous cultures, urban planning, sovereignty, and even maple doughnuts add up to make a country.

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    Climate change
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    First Nations
    North America
    Politics
  • Cellular, Anatomical, and Physiological Sciences

    Take courses in human structure and function with emphasis in nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, respiratory, renal, and gastrointestinal systems while you study life processes. The overarching goal of this program is to provide interdisciplinary training in life and health sciences while preparing you for a career in academics, or biotechnology or medical fields.

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    Biology
    Chemistry
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    Medicine
    Physiology
  • Chemical Engineering

    Chemical Engineering fuses the physical and chemical sciences with mathematics, process engineering, design, and economics. You’ll learn how to design, build, and operate the manufacturing and industrial processes used to create the products and services essential to everyday life – from energy, food, and fertilizers to pharmaceuticals, plastics, and paper.

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    Bachelor of Applied Science (Engineering)
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    Chemistry
    Engineering
    Inventing
    Math
    Physics
  • Chemical and Biological Engineering

    This program blends rigorous training in the physical sciences and mathematics with biotechnology, bioprocess engineering, and the life sciences. You can be a steward of the environment, helping to harness the globe’s natural riches and improve the quality of our lives by developing sustainable and green manufacturing technologies for the production of superior medicines, clean water, cleaner fuels and materials, and cutting-edge medical technologies. 

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    Biology
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    Sustainability
  • Chemistry

    Chemistry is the science of the materials that make up our physical world, and comprises a diverse range of study, including areas such as pharmaceuticals, advanced materials, biochemistry, and theoretical chemistry. You’ll study matter and the changes that matter undergoes via physical and chemical processes, with the option to tailor your focus to a number of different sub-disciplines.

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    Analysis
    Chemistry
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  • Chemistry

    A chemistry degree can open doors to medical, dental, osteopathic, or veterinary school, and many other careers in health-related professions. The Chemistry program includes a wide variety of foundational and advanced courses that cover atomic, molecular, physical, organic, environmental chemistry, and more.

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    Analysis
    Chemistry
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    Math
    Medicine
  • Civil Engineering

    In Civil Engineering, you’ll build a solid foundation, from the ground up – from soil mechanics and foundation engineering, to the design of structures, roads and transportation networks, river and flood management systems, construction management and law, environmental engineering (water and wastewater networks and treatment plants, air pollution, and waste management), and municipal engineering.

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    Building things
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    Physics
  • Civil Engineering

    Civil engineers shape the world we live in by analyzing, planning, designing, constructing, and maintaining the “built” environment. In this program, you’ll take courses and complete lab work in topics such as soil mechanics and foundation design, construction management, design of steel, concrete and timber structures, as well as municipal infrastructure design, coastal engineering and environmental impact studies.

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    Building things
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  • Classical, Near Eastern, and Religious Studies

    Learn about the culture, history, and mythology of the ancient Greek and Roman World, explore world religions in a comparative context, and investigate the history and material culture of the ancient Near East and ancient Egypt.

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    Culture
    Europe
    History
    Reading
    Religion
  • Cognitive Systems (BA)

    This Arts program provides you with a grounding in the principles and techniques used by intelligent systems, both natural and artificial. It emphasizes the study of existing systems (i.e., linguistics), the design of new ones (i.e., machine intelligence), and the design of interfaces between different forms of intelligent agents. You can choose to specialize in Cognition and the Brain; Language; or Mind, Language, and Computation.

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    Analysis
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    Human behaviour
    Languages
    Physiology
  • Cognitive Systems (BSc)

    This Science program provides you with a grounding in the principles and techniques used by intelligent systems, both natural and artificial. It emphasizes the study of existing systems (i.e., linguistics), the design of new ones (i.e., machine intelligence), and the design of interfaces between different forms of intelligent agents. You can choose to specialize in either Cognition and the Brain, or Computational Intelligence and Design.

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    Analysis
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    Human behaviour
    Languages
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  • Commerce

    Study within Canada’s leading management research school and build your expertise in myriad areas of business. The dynamic and challenging curriculum allows you to choose from ten specializations to focus your degree on the topics you're most passionate about.

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    Bachelor of Commerce
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    Business, Economics & Law
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    Analysis
    Business
    Business development
    Economy
    Entrepreneurship
    Finances
    Globalization
    Good with numbers
    Marketing
    Math
    Media
    Statistics
    Sustainability
    Technology
    World events
  • Computer Engineering

    In Computer Engineering you’ll learn how to develop, design, and test software, computer networks, and protocols. Every automated device has a software or hardware engineer helping to create it – whether it is the systems that control our phones, cars, planes, or robots.

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    Computers
    Engineering
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    Inventing
    Technology
  • Computer Science (BA)

    Find out how Computer Science complements Arts disciplines, and discover how to use your artistic creativity with technology to benefit society. Learn how to use and improve computers while you explore topics such as databases and operating systems, software engineering, security, web development, and numerical methodology. You’ll also learn about specialty areas such as computational intelligence, bioinformatics, and computer graphics and animation.

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    Analysis
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  • Computer Science (BA)

    Learn how to use and improve computers while you explore topics such as databases and operating systems, software engineering, security, web development, and numerical methodology. Computer Science gives you a thorough grounding in computer software design, and a broad choice of other studies in computing. This program is ideal if you have a strong interest in computer science and the arts.

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    Analysis
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  • Computer Science (BSc)

    Learn how to use and improve computers while you explore topics such as databases and operating systems, software engineering, security, web development, and numerical methodology. Computer Science gives you a thorough grounding in computer software design, and a broad choice of other studies in computing. You’ll take courses like “Machine Learning and Data Mining,” “Parallel Computation,” and “Advanced Algorithms Design and Analysis.”

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    Analysis
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  • Computer Science (BSc)

    Learn how to use and improve computers while you explore topics such as databases and operating systems, software engineering, security, web development, and numerical methodology. You’ll also learn about specialty areas such as computational intelligence, bioinformatics, and computer graphics and animation.

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    Analysis
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  • Creative Writing

    This two-year studio program offers workshops in the following genres: fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, writing for children, translation, stage play, radio, television, song lyric and libretto, screenwriting, new media, and writing for graphic forms.

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    Bachelor of Fine Arts
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    Analysis
    Inventing
    Pop culture
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    Writing
  • Creative Writing

    In Creative Writing, you’ll study literature and literary criticism, as well as key aspects of the writing process – from crafting a scene, to pacing a story, working with imagery, and hooking a reader’s interest. Your studies will familiarize you with practical aspects of the writing life, and will include courses in poetry, short fiction, editing and publishing, and more.

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  • Cultural Studies

    This program draws together core courses from three themes: media and popular cultures; global cultural studies; critical and cultural theory. Your coursework – in internet culture, film and television, activism, globalization, and human rights, among others – will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary for a wide variety of professions.

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    Culture
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    World events
  • Data Science

    This program provides you with a thorough training in Data Science, which focuses on making decisions supported by data. It is grounded in Statistics – to formulate relevant questions and determine the answer based on data – and Computer Science – to manipulate and visualize data efficiently.

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  • Dental Hygiene

    Prepare for a career as a dental hygienist as you study both theory and evidence-based practice. Dental hygiene theory and practice draw on biomedical, social and behavioural sciences as well as the body of dental hygiene knowledge. Key responsibilities of dental hygienists include health promotion, education, clinical therapy, research, change agent, and administration.

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    Biology
    Health
    Helping people
    Medicine
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  • Dentistry

    The Doctor of Dental Medicine degree program is designed to prepare you to practise your chosen profession with a high degree of technical skill. The program is based on a sound knowledge of the related biological sciences.

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  • Dietetics

    Develop skills for professional dietetic practice as you prepare for a career as a registered dietitian. In Dietetics, you’ll study general biological and social sciences courses, as well as specialized dietetics courses, such as basic and applied human nutrition, food and food systems management, and professional dietetic practice.

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    Biology
    Food
    Health
    Helping people
    Physiology
  • Earth and Environmental Sciences

    Study our planet’s history and the structure and properties of Earth while you learn to apply scientific knowledge from many disciplines. You’ll investigate issues and questions relating to an increasing human population, the sustainability of resource use, degradation caused by pollution and disturbance, and the endangerment and extinction of species and natural systems.

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    Earth, Environment & Sustainability
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    Agriculture
    Climate change
    Environment
    Marine life
    Sustainability
  • Earth and Ocean Sciences

    Learn more about how the earth works, from the core to the atmosphere, and from the distant genesis of our planet to current and future trends in environmental and global issues. Earth and Ocean Sciences spans virtually all aspects of understanding the history and dynamics of our planet, as well as how to best manage its resources and the environment we live in.

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    Biology
    Chemistry
    Environment
    Marine life
    Sustainability
  • Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

    Investigate the origin, maintenance, and organization of biodiversity and how organisms interact within the natural world. You’ll develop an understanding of core biology concepts and principles, and gain practical experience in the laboratory, field, and classroom, where you’ll develop computer and communication skills.

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    Agriculture
    Biology
    Environment
    Marine life
    Sustainability
  • Economics

    Gain a deep understanding of the economy and examine the social, cross-cultural, and ethical dimensions of economic decision-making. You’ll learn how to choose and apply appropriate quantitative methods to a range of economic issues, and effectively communicate complex economic issues. Your studies will include courses such as “Introduction to Game Theory and Applications” and “Economics of Renewable Resources.”

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    Analysis
    Business
    Economy
    Finances
    Statistics
  • Economics (BA)

    Economics will change the way you look at the world, increase your understanding of fundamental human behavior, and improve your reasoning, problem solving, and decision-making abilities. You’ll take courses like “Povery and Inequality,” “Economics of Technological Change,” and “Economics of Public Choice.”

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  • Economics (BSc)

    Study how people, institutions, and nations create and manage scarce resources, make choices by comparing costs and benefits, and act purposefully on those choices. You’ll take courses like “Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis,” “Introduction to Empirical Economics,” and “Competitiveness in the International Economy.”

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    Analysis
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    Economy
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  • Education - Middle Years

    Learn to teach all subject areas in the middle school curriculum: Grades 6 to 8, including Core French. While the particular theme or approach varies in each cohort, the courses are the same for all teacher candidates, with each cohort and instructor tailoring the courses in unique ways.

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    Working with kids
  • Education – Elementary

    Learn to teach all subject areas in the elementary curriculum: Kindergarten to Grade 7, including Core French in Grades 5 to 7. While the particular theme or approach varies in each cohort, the courses are the same for all teacher candidates, with each cohort and instructor tailoring the courses in unique ways.

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  • Education – International Baccalaureate

    Teacher candidates in the International Baccalaureate educator stream have an interest in an international education that is concept-based, inquiry-driven, and student-centred. You’ll be guided by key concepts and transdisciplinary themes and enjoy enriching, hands-on learning opportunities that promote discovery, exploration, and thinking about real-world issues. 

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  • Education – NITEP (Indigenous Teacher Education Program)

    This teacher education program addresses educational issues pertinent to public and First Nations schools settings where Aboriginal children attend school. You’ll develop the skills and academic knowledge expected of beginning educators, complete a specialization in Indigenous Education, and prepare to teach at the elementary, middle, or secondary school level.

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  • Education – Secondary

    Prepare to teach one or two teachable subjects in Grades 8 to 12 as a secondary school teacher. During this program, teacher candidates are introduced to adolescent development and prepared methodologically to teach their subject(s). You’ll be grouped according to your teachable subject (i.e. Math, English, Physical Education).

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  • Education – WKTEP (West Kootenay Rural Teacher Education Program)

    This program is located in Nelson, BC, and surrounding communities, and has a strong focus on rural and small school settings, recognizing that they offer exciting educational opportunities for teachers. You’ll have the opportunity to develop the professional qualities and effective practices for teaching in today’s complex learning environments with a strong focus on community, collaboration, and innovation.

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  • Education – Teaching Adolescents

    This program provides significant practical experience with a generalist focus, which means putting students and the quality of their learning first and foremost. In the Teaching Adolescents pathway (Grades 6 to 9+), you’ll have the opportunity to personalize your studies by choosing a community-based field experience and elective courses in the Summer Institute.

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  • Education – Teaching Children

    This program provides significant practical experience with a generalist focus, which means putting students and the quality of their learning first and foremost. In the Teaching Children pathway (Kindergarten to Grade 5+), you’ll have the opportunity to personalize your studies by choosing a community-based field experience and elective courses in the Summer Institute.

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  • Electrical Engineering

    Electrical engineers impact myriad aspects of our lives. They make essential medical equipment, design wireless communications networks, and invent new ways to generate and conserve energy. Learn essential skills in electronics, circuit analysis, and electromagnetics, and after your first year, customize your program by taking specialized courses in nanotechnology, biomedical engineering, or renewable energy.

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  • Electrical Engineering

    Study at the cutting-edge of technology and be part of global solutions related to energy conservation, power grids, communications networks, and intelligent products. You’ll be solidly schooled from the ground up before studying modern topics in electrical engineering, including communications, electromagnetics, microsystems, nanotechnology, power systems, and electronics.

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  • Engineering Physics

    Do you want to be an inventor? A research engineer? A technology entrepreneur? Engineering Physics encourages creativity, challenges intellects, and celebrates big-picture thinking. You’ll build a solid foundation in applied physics and a blend of electrical and mechanical engineering, while gaining extensive engineering design experience. 

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  • English

    The English program offers majors in English Literature, English Language, and a combined program in Language and Literature. You'll study the history and structure of English, rhetoric and discourse, literary studies, and much more.

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  • English

    Mastery of the English language is a powerful political and philosophical tool to expand career options in the information age. Become an expert communicator in such occupations as speechwriter, editor, and media producer.

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  • Environmental Chemistry

    Environmental Chemistry provides you with a solid education in the four key areas of chemistry – analytical, inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry – along with core courses in Environmental Chemistry, and other fields such as Biology and Earth and Environmental Science. Learn how the environment works, plus learn how to analyze parts per trillion of environmental contaminants, and how to monitor environmental impacts on the environment.

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  • Environmental Design

    The Environmental Design program builds a strong foundation in design thinking and critical investigation. You'll explore the social, cultural, and environmental impacts of placemaking through courses in architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design.

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  • Environmental Engineering

    If you are interested in engineering, and in preservation of our natural environment, then Environmental Engineering could be for you. Environmental engineering is the application of science and engineering principles to improve air, land, water, and living systems for a healthy environment. Environmental engineers help control and decrease adverse environmental impacts by applying beneficial engineering practices.

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  • Environmental Sciences

    Environmental Sciences concentrates on understanding the major environmental issues facing human societies and it adopts an integrative cross-disciplinary approach to the study of these issues. This program provides a significant background in chemistry, earth and ocean sciences, life sciences, and social sciences.

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  • Film Production

    Develop your intellectual, creative, and technical skills as you prepare to embark on a professional career in the film industry. Your coursework will provide you with core disciplines and filmic knowledge as well as practical experience in filmmaking. BFA and diploma students produce and work on several films while in the program.

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  • Film Studies

    If you have a keen interest and critical mind for the screen arts, and you want to join a thriving community of students and scholars, Film Studies could be the program for you. You can study a full range of topics that cover most of the world’s cinema movements and periods.

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  • First Nations and Endangered Languages

    Explore the processes and protocols for the documentation, conservation, revitalization, and reclamation of endangered languages, cultures, and Indigenous knowledge systems locally, regionally, and internationally. This interdisciplinary program offers courses in First Nations and Endangered languages at all levels, from introductory to advanced.

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  • First Nations and Indigenous Studies

    Gain an understanding of the histories, contemporary realities, and political concerns of Indigenous peoples in Canada and beyond. This interdisciplinary program reflects the belief that deep understanding and ethical engagement are central to the well-being of resurgent Indigenous communities and foundational to more respectful Indigenous-settler relations.

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  • Food Market Analysis

    Learn how to apply the principles of economics and business management to develop analytical tools and an effective understanding of food markets. In this program you'll gain a global perspective on food markets, including food policy and trade issues, managing risk in export markets, and the industrial structure of international food markets.

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  • Food Science

    This program is accredited by the Institute of Food Technologist (IFT), and encompasses the chemistry, microbiology, processing, engineering, and physical, sensory, and nutritional properties of food. You'll learn about the manufacture, preservation, quality assurance, and safe development of food products.

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  • Food and Nutritional Sciences

    This double major allows you to combine an interest in nutrition and food science, giving you the best of both worlds. This degree can prepare you for any number of careers in the food and nutrition sectors.

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  • Food and the Environment

    This program brings together agricultural sciences, ecology, and environmental thought to provide the background to issues surrounding the management of land and water to produce food, other agricultural products, and ecological services. You can tailor your education to specific interests including resource economics, conservation, water pollution, and self-directed areas of study.

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  • Food, Nutrition, and Health

    If you're interested in a career in food service management, or as a family life educator, lab technician, nutrition educator, or sales representative, this flexible program could be for you. Learn more about the economic, ecological, social, and technological components of managed landscapes, agrifood systems, and communities comprising the land, food, nutrition, and health continuum.

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  • Forest Sciences

    This degree encompasses multiple scientific disciplines to give you a holistic and better understanding of our forests. Forest Sciences is based on the principle that forests are complex ecosystems, comprising thousands of living organisms and non-living components, and that our use of one part of the forest ecosystem can impact all the others.

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  • Forestry

    Earn a Forestry degree that combines classroom and field work while focusing on the sustainable management of forested lands. Choose from majors in Forest Resources Management or Forest Operations to specialize in the area that interests you most.

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  • French

    Enhance your spoken and written French skills as you study literature, culture, and linguistics. You'll take courses that range from African and Caribbean literature to Quebecois literature, from fiction to cinema, and much more.

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  • French

    Gain strong skills in French language and a critical insight into Francophone literatures and cultures within a global context. The study of French can be an excellent focus for your degree or a perfect complement to a program of study.

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  • French and Spanish

    This program covers many regions of the world as you study French and Spanish cultures and refine your speaking and written skills in the French and Spanish languages.

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  • Freshwater Science

    This program will prepare you for careers related to inland aquatic ecosystems. You'll study water quality and quantity, aquatic organisms, and the health of aquatic ecosystems, and take courses such as "Introduction to Hydrology," "Weather and Climate," and "Freshwater Resource Issues and Management."

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  • Gender and Women's Studies

    Learn about the world and our place in it through a deeper understanding of sexuality, femininity, embodiment, and social justice. This dynamic program draws from across the humanities, social sciences, and cultural studies.

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  • Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Social Justice

    This program incorporates research and theories from the social sciences, humanities, science, education and law, to provide you with an interdisciplinary understanding of global and local social justice issues. Areas of study include: critical race theory, ethnic studies, indigenous studies, media studies, feminist politics and methodologies, sexuality, and more.

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  • General Science

    Get a strong foundation in the sciences with the opportunity to specialize in two or three specific subjects. The General Science program is appropriate if you plan to continue studying in professional areas such as post-secondary education, business administration, dentistry, law, medicine, or veterinary medicine.

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  • General Studies

    If you're searching for a general liberal studies program, this could be the place for you. During your studies you can draw from four categories – Humanities, Social Science, Science, and Creative and Performing Arts.

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  • Geographical Sciences

    Study the fundamental interactions between life (including human societies) and the Earth's atmosphere, hydrosphere, and geosphere. You'll build on a broad base in the basic sciences by completing course in areas such as biogeography, climatology, geographic information science, geomorphology, or hydrology.

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  • Geography

    Explore human and physical landscapes and their interconnections on the surface of the earth. Geography is a unique academic discipline because of its ability to integrate ideas and methods from many disciplines. It also concerns "spatial" or areal patterns, relationships and processes on the Earth's surface, and a focus on environmental studies.

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  • Geography – Environment and Sustainability

    Gain an integrated understanding of physical, ecological, economic, socio-cultural, and political systems, as they shape the world in which we live and influence the future of life on planet earth. This program is suitable if you're interested in working in the environmental sphere and will give you a strong platform for the development of a sense of global stewardship.

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  • Geography – Human Geography

    Human Geography covers a wide set of sub-disciplines that share in common the study of the human use and experience of the world. You'll study such broad territory as the relations between nature and society, place and human identity, and the spatial basis of economies and societies.

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  • Geological Engineering

    Geological engineers assess the physical landscapes where dams, mines, roads, pipelines, railways, forestry, and other extractive operations are planned. Geological Engineering prepares you for an exciting career that often involves travel and on-site investigations in far-flung locales, as well as exposure to state-of-the-art engineering tools.

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  • Geology

    UBC's Vancouver campus resides in a landscape forged by active geological processes. Studying geology here is an opportunity to live and work in a beautiful geological laboratory, literally at your doorstep. You can take full advantage of this setting by taking a range of field geology courses.

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  • Geophysics

    Geophysics is an interdisciplinary physical science of the planets and their environments, in particular the Earth. Geophysics applies the knowledge and techniques of physics, mathematics, and chemistry to understand planetary structure, dynamic behaviour, and evolution through time.

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  • German

    The German program promotes autonomous learning and the development of critical thinking skills through student-centred teaching practices. You'll acquire communicative competence in what are considered the five proficiencies of language learning: listening, reading, speaking, writing, and culture.

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  • Global Resource Systems

    In Global Resource Systems you'll study biology, chemistry, economics, and examine subjects such as food systems and their links to human and environmental health, agrifood systems, and more. You can build your degree around a region of the world and a resource from within the Land and Food Systems faculty.

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  • History

    The History program will take you through a series of stages in developing knowledge, skills, and practice of history. You can choose from a wide range of courses on Asian, Canadian, European, Latin American, and American history, and examine themes such as culture, environment, politics, society, world history, and the history of science.

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  • History

    Shape your understanding of political, economic, and social change, from the dawn of civilization to the 21st century. A historian might conduct research in an institution where artifacts and documents of the past are held, or curate collections of historical exhibitions in museums and galleries. Historians are expert storytellers and may develop journalistic or historical works of fiction in print, online, or multimedia platforms.

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  • Human Kinetics – Clinical Exercise Physiology

    Clinical Exercise Physiology focuses on incorporating exercise, activity education, and skills into patient rehabilitation and chronic disease recovery programs. The program focuses on the advanced study of applied physiology and how exercise, movement, and fitness intersect with disease, fatigue, and disability.

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  • Human Kinetics – Health Promotion

    The Health Promotion concentration in Human Kinetics involves studying the concepts of active living and lifestyle management in individuals and communities. You'll examine the role of nutrition, exercise programs, and informal activity in population health promotion.

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  • Indigenous Studies

    In the interdisciplinary Indigenous Studies program you'll learn about indigenous perspectives and governance, the justice system, land claims, traditional ecological knowledge, and the protection of heritage in the Okanagan, Canada, U.S., and world communities. You'll build the foundational skills needed to pursue a career in government, in Aboriginal Peoples organizations, in indigenous leadership roles and resource management, or to pursue graduate studies.

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  • Integrated Computer Science

    This 20-month second-degree program is designed for university graduates interested in making a career transition into information technology, or combining their own field with computer science. Integrated Computer Science can help you discover a wonderful career in information technology that lets you explore your passions while making a significant contribution to society.

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  • Integrated Engineering

    Integrated Engineering offers the broadest education of the engineering disciplines by allowing you to tailor your degree to your interests, giving you precisely the level of focus that you desire.

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  • Integrated Sciences

    Create your own degree in science with this highly flexible, highly interactive program that stresses active learning, group discussion, and collaborative research.

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  • Interdisciplinary Studies

    In Interdisciplinary Studies, you'll design a cross-disciplinary program of study out of courses that are drawn from two of four broad categories – the Creative and Performing Arts, the Humanities, the Physical and Life Sciences, and the Social Sciences – and that suit your individual learning and career goals.

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  • International Business

    If you’re interested in learning about new cultures and different languages, you will thrive in the International Business option. It’s a great way to challenge preconceived notions and critically evaluate yourself and your environment. By combining business, language, and international studies, you'll enter the workforce with exposure to, and knowledge of, the international business environment.

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  • International Economics

    Gain a deep understanding of the workings of the global economy, as well as a strong technical training that will allow you to go on to careers in business, government, or academia. This rigorous and challenging curriculum is built around core courses from the Vancouver School of Economics and the UBC Sauder School of Business.

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  • International Relations

    Gain a deeper understanding of pertinent world issues such as international diplomacy, global economics, security, and much more. Your coursework will span myriad subjects, from geography, anthropology, and Asian studies, to political science, sociology, and food, nutrition, and health.

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  • International Relations

    The International Relations program draws on diverse disciplines, including political science, history, sociology, economics, and anthropology to equip you with the skills necessary to critically assess the contours and dynamics of international politics and events – from conflicts in Afghanistan and the Congo, to the rise of women as political actors.

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  • Journalism

    UBC Journalism is a unique, boutique journalism master's program, and the only graduate journalism program in western Canada. It is designed to provide you with professional experience and academic grounding, to help you succeed as a journalist in any medium. You'll learn everything from long-form writing to web, video and audio production, social media analytics, investigative reporting skills, and critical analysis of news.

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  • Kinesiology – Interdisciplinary Studies

    Start your degree by building a foundation of knowledge in Kinesiology, followed courses that suit your specific interests and career goals. You'll study topics such as leisure and sport in society, biomechanics, anatomy, exercise physiology, and much more.

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  • Kinesiology – Kinesiology and Health Science

    Start your Kinesiology degree by studying a core curriculum consisting of courses in general health, biomechanics, anatomy, physiology, motor learning, psychology, sociology, and physical education. In your final two years, you will specialize in courses that will prepare you for future certification and work as a Kinesiologist.

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  • Kinesiology – Leadership Education for Physical Activity, Sport, and Health

    The Leadership Education for Physical Activity, Sport, and Health stream is an accredited program certified by the Canadian Colleges and Universities Physical Education and Kinesiologists Association. You'll cover topics such as adapted physical education, research methods in kinesiology, exercise prescription, and much more.

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  • Latin American Studies

    Build a broad foundation of knowledge in the peoples and places of Latin America. This interdisciplinary program includes courses in anthropology, art history, geography, history, and political science as well as language instruction in Spanish and Portuguese.

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  • Law

    At the Peter A. Allard School of Law, you'll receive a first-rate legal education that balances traditional areas of practice with emerging fields of specialization. Your first year will cover common curriculum – with classes in Canadian Constitutional Law, Contracts, Criminal Law and Procedure, Property Law, Torts, Legal Research and Writing, Public Law and Transnational Law – and your second and third years offer a wide range of courses and many opportunities for specialization.

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  • Linguistics

    Linguistics is a highly interdisciplinary field which combines research methods from the humanities and the social, natural, and mathematical sciences to study human language. Linguists are interested in questions such as: What are the structural properties of languages, at the of sounds, words, sentences, and meaning? To what extent are the languages of the world similar or different? How do languages change over time?

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  • Management

    Focus your studies on accounting, entrepreneurial technology, finance, human resources, marketing, sustainability, and operations/supply chain management, while embracing the Faculty of Management’s cross-disciplinary approach to education. Understand how to navigate today’s rapidly changing world through intensive collaboration and teamwork, critical thinking, and an appreciation for shared solutions.

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  • Materials Engineering

    From the smallest nano-particles to massive mining challenges – materials engineering expertise is sought after in multiple industries worldwide. You'll start with the core material groups: metals, ceramics, polymers. and composites. By fourth year, you’ll be solving process-design problems and materials-selection solutions for diverse applications in transportation systems, fuel cells, supersonic aircraft, advanced computers, sports equipment, and biomedical devices.

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  • Mathematical Sciences

    Study subjects such as differential calculus, mathematical proof, matrix algebra, and much more as you establish a solid foundation in the mathematical sciences. You can emphasize mathematics, statistics, computer science, or any combination of the three to tailor your degree to your interests and career goals.

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  • Mathematical Sciences

    Acquire a specialized knowledge of mathematics, strong personal initiative, and the ability to form balanced judgement. The Mathematical Sciences curriculum emphasizes powerful and versatile modes of thought, including abstraction, critical thinking, and logical analysis. You'll study the art of problem solving using logic, precision, intuition, and imagination.

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  • Mathematics (BA)

    Mathematics majors apply math, probability, statistics, and the principles of business and finance to analyze statistical data and assess business risks. Mathematics at UBC provides an excellent balance of pure and applied mathematics and is useful, important, and interesting.

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  • Mathematics (BA)

    Acquire powerful tools for solving practical problems in a highly creative environment that demands logic, precision, intuition, and imagination. Learn to reveal and explain patterns in everyday life, from electrical impulses in an animal’s nervous system, to fluctuations in stock market prices, or the fine detail in an abstract geometrical object.

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  • Mathematics (BSc)

    Your Mathematics degree provides a firm foundation in pure mathematics that you can apply in areas where it is of vital importance such as finance, computer science, and cryptography. The curriculum emphasizes powerful and versatile modes of thought including abstraction, critical thinking and logical analysis. You will also study the art of problem solving using logic, precision, intuition, and imagination

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  • Mathematics (BSc)

    You can choose from a large number of undergraduate courses ranging from introductory calculus through many varieties of differential equations, linear and abstract algebra, pure and applied analysis, geometry, topology, number theory, discrete mathematics, probability, and many areas of applied mathematics.

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  • Mathematics and Economics

    This combined major will give you a solid foundation in mathematics and an understanding of key economics principles. You'll examine subjects such as microeconomics, empirical economics, differential calculus, mathematical proof, and more.

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  • Mechanical Engineering

    Mechanical Engineering is a diverse field that applies physics and mathematics to analyze, design, and maintain mechanical systems. Mechanical Engineers continuously innovate, then refine and simplify solutions to the problems we face in our everyday (and not-so-everyday) lives.

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  • Mechanical Engineering

    Investigate practical, hands-on ways of creating and improving physical systems to meet the demand of modern industries, from aircraft and energy systems to biomedical, mechatronics, and manufacturing.

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  • Media Studies

    Explore new media and internet technology, blending artistic, technical, and critical-thinking skills. As part of collaborative teams working on innovative, socially and economically relevant projects, you will have the opportunity to develop a portfolio of skills and experiences to meet today’s employment and entrepreneurial needs.

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  • Media Studies

    This interdisciplinary program draws on curriculum from Art History, Visual Art, English and German critical media theory, Creative Writing, Journalism, Film Studies, Film Production, Information Studies, and Computer Science. You'll gain cultural technology competencies for the knowledge economy, enabling you to work across many different sectors in a wide range of capacities.

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  • Medical Laboratory Science

    Whether you’re pursuing a career in research or biotechnology, considering entering the health professions, or looking to advance your career as a medical laboratory technologist, Medical Laboratory Science will give you practical lab experience and knowledge in a broad range of health science subjects while developing crucial transferrable skills.

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  • Medicine (Southern Medical Program)

    Meet the health-care challenges of tomorrow with a career based on evidence-based practice, critical reflection, lifelong learning, and the highest standards of professionalism. This program is designed to educate and train you in communities across British Columbia where there is an urgent need for more physicians, particularly in rural, northern, and island areas.

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  • Medicine (Vancouver-Fraser Medical Program)

    Clinical education in the Vancouver-Fraser Medical Program is structured around traditional, discipline-based rotations in clinical settings throughout the Vancouver-Fraser region. Vancouver is a world leader in health sciences research, and you'll have enormous opportunities to conduct research, work on projects, and be part of the solutions to the health challenges of today.

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  • Medieval Studies

    Through a study of the medieval period, you can come to an understanding of a civilization as a whole in both its unity and diversity. Study of the Middle Ages teaches you to critically evaluate the use of the past in the present and provide a necessary corrective to our culturally ingrained misconceptions about the medieval and pre-modern world.

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  • Microbiology

    Explore fascinating new worlds at the microscopic level in Microbiology, the study of life too small to see with the naked eye. This program will prepare you for a career in microbiology, including food and beverage industries, health sciences, and environmental sciences.

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  • Microbiology and Immunology

    UBC's department of Microbiology and Immunology is a leading centre for immunology, recombinant DNA technology, and for research into infectious diseases and applied and environmental microbiology. You'll build foundational knowledge in biology and learn about cells, molecules, and mechanisms of innate and adaptive immunity, and more.

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  • Midwifery

    The Midwifery Program at UBC has been preparing midwives for over a decade and provides a relevant and high-quality educational experience that allows you to enter directly to practice following licensure. UBC Midwifery graduates are working as midwives across all settings in British Columbia and across Canada.

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  • Mining Engineering

    Mining engineers focus on finding ways to extract minerals or metals from the earth. Their expertise in mining, mineral processing, and mine waste management is highly sought after around the world, wherever mines are located. UBC’s Mining Engineering program integrates courses on engineering principles, earth sciences, and mining and mineral processing with content covering health, safety, management, economics, and environmental and social issues.

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  • Modern European Studies

    Study European languages, history, art, music, literature, philosophy, geography, sociology, anthropology, politics, and economics in a broadly based concentration that will extend and deepen your knowledge of European issues.

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  • Museum Studies (concentration)

    Learn about the history of museum collecting, debate the public role of museums, address questions of ownership and repatriation of collections, and explore the complex relationship between museums and the individuals and communities that originally created the objects. This focus offers you training in museum principles and methods while also providing exciting opportunities to explore human society in all of its dimensions.

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  • Music

    Music is a rich, diverse, and universal art that is profoundly rewarding to study and to perform. Preapare for music-related careers in elementary education, broadcasting and journalism, music therapy, and business by integrating the study of music into a broad academic education in the humanities.

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  • Music – Advanced Performance

    Study music theory and technology, musicianship, and more alongside four years of private instruction in piano, opera, a standard orchestral instrument, voice, guitar, harpsichord, or organ.

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  • Music – Composition

    UBC Composition provides an array of opportunities for the creation, exploration, and performance of contemporary music. The School of Music houses a state-of-the-art electronic music studio for students interested in creating works which involve sound synthesis, digital audio editing, or interactive computer music.

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  • Music – General Studies

    General Studies is designed to provide a broad, flexible, general higher education in music, including private lessons on the instrument that you play best. You'll have the freedom to choose many elective courses, allowing continuation into various professional options, including graduate degrees.

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  • Music – Scholarship

    Music Scholarship is for students who have a special aptitude for research in music history, music theory, or ethnomusicology.

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  • Natural Resources Conservation

    Play an active role in protecting and managing our natural environment with this interdisciplinary degree.

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  • Nursing

    Nurses make a real difference to the health and well-being of individuals, families, communities and populations – in Canada and globally. You'll learn from faculty members who are continually recognized for ground-breaking and dedicated work to the field of nursing.

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  • Nursing

    Discover an essential understanding of people within the context of health and healing in today’s society while you prepare for a professional licensure as a registered nurse. As a professional nurse, and a graduate of this program, you will be qualified to provide professional nursing services, deliver health-education programs, and provide consultative nursing services to promote, maintain, and restore patient health.

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  • Nutritional Sciences

    Are you interested in basic human and animal nutritional sciences? The Nutritional Sciences program will give you a solid understanding of the basic sciences involved in human and animal nutrition, including chemistry, biochemistry, physiology, and nutrient metabolism.

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  • Occupational Therapy

    Prepare to be a self-directed, lifelong learner who consciously uses theory, evidence, and critical thinking skills to maintain, evaluate, and improve your practice of occupational therapy.

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  • Oceanography

    Oceanography is the study of our oceans, including their circulation, physical and chemical properties, and life. Physical, biological, and chemical oceanographers often work together in this richly interdisciplinary science to better understand how the ocean works, affects global climate, and impacts communities. You could tackle challenges of safe shipping, sustainable food supply, sanitary sewage disposal, and healthy recreation.

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  • Pharmacology

    This program emphasizes the experimental and laboratory aspects of pharmacology. You'll learn both the whole-animal and isolated-tissue techniques, as well as biochemical and chemical procedures. Skills that are stressed include the ability to search for information, design appropriate experiments, carry out experiments individually and as a member of a team, analyze data, and communicate and write effectively.

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  • Pharmacy

    Pharmacists have specialized knowledge of medicines, ranging from their discovery, chemistry, synthesis, and manufacture to how they work in the body, how they can improve or cure disease, and how to determine if they are working well for a patient. Upon graduation, you'll be able to choose from a wide range of career opportunities working as an integral member of health-care teams.

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  • Philosophy

    Philosophy began by attempting to answer two deceptively simple questions: What can we know? How should we live our lives? These questions in turn gave rise to others, and by studying them you can enhance your communication skills, critical reasoning skills, and general problem-solving skills. UBC’s Vancouver campus has strength in history of philosophy and core areas of analytic philosophy, especially in philosophy of mind and philosophy of science.

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  • Philosophy

    Train to be a better thinker and problem-solver by studying the ideas of eminent theorists, from the ancient masters to contemporary scholars. Studying philosophy will, among other things, allow you to examine and express ideas and arguments clearly, precisely, and logically.

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  • Philosophy, Politics, and Economics

    Explore three of the most important fields in shaping our understanding of society, Canadian public policy, and the world. You'll study a wide variety of foundational and advanced courses that prepare you for careers in business or government, to undertake studies in law, business, commerce, journalism, social work, education, or public administration.

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  • Physical Therapy

    Experience the breadth and depth of the physical therapy profession with 45 weeks of academic coursework and a total of 1,080 “hands-on” clinical hours. The course content is updated annually to reflect recent research findings and current best practice.

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  • Physics

    Become a versatile scientist who seeks to understand how matter and energy work. You'll learn how to use observation and analysis to discover and explain the physical laws and forces of nature, such as gravity, electromagnetism, and nuclear interactions.

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  • Physics

    Physicists study the material world and the energy that drives it, from the smallest particles like neutrinos and Higgs bosons to the very largest structures in the universe, and ultimately the universe itself. There are many options with this degree, which include a career in medical physics, education, high technology, business, or science journalism.

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  • Political Science

    Political Science is the study of the nature, causes, and consequences of collective decisions and actions taken by groups of people embedded in cultures and institutions that structure power and authority. In this program you'll learn how to understand, interpret, explain, and critically assess events, patterns, and structures of politics and government and generate observations of relevance to policy makers, their fellow citizens, and global communities.

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  • Political Science

    Examine how government affects our lives, and gain a deeper understanding of the forces that shape law, society, the economy, and politics. You'll develop in-depth knowledge of political systems, issues, and trends while you learn to conduct research, present arguments, and work and lead effectively.

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  • Psychology

    Study human and animal behaviour and choose to specialize in a number of diverse areas, including: behavioural neuroscience; cognitive science; clinical, forensic, and health psychology; developmental psychology; foundations and psychometrics; and personality and social psychology.

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  • Psychology (BA)

    Psychology explores diverse topics, from the factors involved in social interactions among individuals and groups, to the processes underlying the nervous system, to moral development in children and what gives us a sense of well-being. Round out your degree with arts courses that complement your study of human and animal behaviour.

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  • Psychology (BSc)

    Psychology explores diverse topics, from the factors involved in social interactions among individuals and groups, to the processes underlying the nervous system, to moral development in children and what gives us a sense of well-being. Round out your degree with science courses that complement your study of human and animal behaviour.

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  • Rehabilitation Science

    The online Master of Rehabilitation Science is designed for working health professionals who wish to gain the knowledge to impact care and shape future practice. This degree opens the door to more leadership opportunities, such as expert practitioner, clinical educator, practice lead, healthcare manager, or consultant in program evaluation.

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  • Religion, Literature, and the Arts

    The Religion, Literature, and the Arts program provides a solid education in a range of disciplines, and on an interdisciplinary model, including knowledge of religious, literary, historical, cultural, anthropological, psychological, and sociological methodologies.

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  • Romance Studies

    Romance languages are vehicles of communication and exchange across Europe, North and South America, the Caribbean, the Middle East, Africa, and Southeast Asia. You'll study the literatures, languages, and cultures of the Romance World.

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  • Science Combined Major

    This structured program requires significant discipline breadth, but also gives you increased flexibility to take a greater number of courses. You'll acquire conceptual skills, research skills, communication skills, and collaborative skills as you develop strong foundational knowledge in the sciences.

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  • Social Work

    Social work is a profession working for social justice at individual, family, organization, community, and societal levels through various knowledges, values, ethics, and skills. You'll gain the necessary skills, knowledge, ethics, and values to work in the different areas of social work intervention: direct practice , group work, and social community development.

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  • Sociology

    Sociology examines the processes of social and cultural life in human societies past and present, near and far. You'll study the lives of individuals with participation in social groups and networks, explore the linkages between societies, and cover topics such as inequality, gender and sexuality, race and ethnicity, law and criminal activity, immigration, families, and more.

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  • Sociology

    Examine social and cultural life in human societies while exploring challenging community issues. The department of sociology at UBC's Okanagan campus is committed to a sociological imagination that challenges you to apply your theoretical and analytical skills to exploring, understanding, and exposing how power, privilege, and inequality are controlled, secured, and expressed by the few for the domination of the many.

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  • Spanish (Hispanic Studies)

    The Hispanic Studies program offers a variety of courses in Spanish language at all levels and Hispanic literature, culture, and civilization. Language courses focus on the development of oral, grammar, writing, and communicative skills, while literature and culture courses are centered on the development of critical and analytical skills.

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  • Speech Sciences

    Speech Sciences is an interdisciplinary program with courses from Linguistics, Psychology, and the School of Audiology and Speech Sciences. You'll study research methods, language structure, child development and language acquisition, anatomy and physiology, experimental psychology, and instrumental phonetics.

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  • Statistics

    This program emphasizes the role of statistics within the general framework of problem solving, and helps you develop an understanding of the concepts of observation, hypothesis, evidence, and validation. You'll learn more about critical statistical reasoning, with emphasis on the development of computational, mathematical and communication skills, both oral and written.

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  • Statistics

    Statistics is the science of understanding and managing uncertainty and is ultimately concerned with using theory and methods to extract information from data to solve real word problems. This program provides you with a solid grounding in the theoretical, computational, and applied aspects of statistical science.

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  • Statistics Combined Majors

    This program emphasizes the role of statistics within the general framework of problem solving, and helps you develop an understanding of the concepts of observation, hypothesis, evidence, and validation. You can complement your studies with a combined major in Economics, Computer Science, or Mathematics.

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  • Theatre

    Learn more about theatre studies, acting, and technical theatre as you take courses in drama forms, voice and movement, lighting design, history of theatre, sound design, and much more. As part of your studies you'll participate in the department's dramatic productions.

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  • Theatre: Acting

    Receive professional actor training from UBC's renowned BFA program. Your studies will span story telling, improvisation, scene study, movement, and voice, working up to training in screen acting, auditioning, solo creation, singing, voice-over, and stage combat.

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  • Theatre: Design and Production

    In the BFA Design and Production program you'll receive practical experience as well as completing scholarly studies in theatre history and theory. You'll examine set, costume, lighting, and sound design, including set and costume construction, stage and production management, and other production technologies.

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  • United States Studies

    This program will significantly increase your understanding of the United States and its institutions and policies. Your coursework will span topics in economics, political science, history, and more.

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  • Urban Forestry

    Urban Forestry is Canada’s first undergraduate degree program dedicated to the planning and management of urban green spaces. Further develop your passion for the urban environment as you learn more about sustainability, green space planning, and nature in the city.

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  • Urban Studies

    Urban Studies is a vibrant and growing area of study that examines the social, political, and environmental complexities of cities and human affairs. Your coursework will span Art History, Economics, Geography, History, Sociology, and more.

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  • Vantage One: Applied Science

    Prepare for UBC’s Engineering programs by choosing the Applied Science stream at UBC Vantage College. You’ll complete foundational coursework in engineering, chemistry, math, and physics, plus you’ll participate in an engineering design project that culminates in a student-led project fair.

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  • Vantage One: Arts

    Are you fascinated by the processes that are shaping our contemporary world? The Arts stream at UBC Vantage College includes courses in geography, political science, psychology, research, and writing to give you a solid foundation of knowledge in the arts and to strengthen your communication skills.

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  • Vantage One: Management

    In the Management stream at UBC Vantage College, you’ll work in teams and learn through critical analysis and research to build a strong foundation of core knowledge in management. Your coursework will range from micro- and macroeconomics to corporate responsibility, sociology, and Canadian business.

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  • Vantage One: Science

    The Science stream at UBC Vantage College establishes a foundation of knowledge through a core set of science courses that range from chemistry to calculus to programming. You will have the option of selecting either a computational science or physical sciences elective.

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  • Visual Art (BA)

    This program is similar to a general liberal arts degree with an emphasis on the practice of visual art. Held in studio environments, visual art classes foster individual creative production and visual literacy in a lively atmosphere of instructor-led debate, discussion, and critique.

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  • Visual Art (BFA)

    This program focuses on visual art practice, critical theory, and art history. If you're seeking a specialized program in the practice of art, the BFA provides an excellent foundation in a variety of fields involving the making and understanding of visual art and contemporary aesthetics.

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  • Visual Arts (BFA)

    Train with the next generation of artists and cultural producers. Learn in cutting-edge facilities designed for traditional and digital-studio arts courses. The Visual Arts program offers a perfect balance of studio work and academic study, immersing you in hands-on critical and contemporary art education.

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  • Wood Products Processing

    If you're innovative, and you enjoy engineering and problem solving, Wood Products Processing is ideal for you. This award-winning program is a fusion of science, engineering, and business.

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  • Zoology

    Explore the animal kingdom as a biological scientist by studying behaviours, physiology, anatomy, and the entire animal organism. You'll gain practical experience and skills in laboratory and fieldwork, computers, and communication.

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    Agriculture
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