This program brings together philosophy, psychology, linguistics, and computer science in the study of intelligence. Investigate the differences between natural and artificial intelligence systems while exploring the design of interfaces between both.
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Venture out into a living laboratory in the Okanagan Valley and access field sites ranging from remote alpine terrain to the rich orchards and vineyards of the valley bottom. This program combines extensive field experience with studies of earth’s structure, properties, and history.
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Gain an in-depth understanding of major environmental issues facing human societies through studies Chemistry, Social Sciences, Life Sciences, and Earth and Ocean Sciences.
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This second-year entry program combines both arts and science courses while you letting you choose a regional specialization in Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, or the Americas by taking relevant courses at UBC or partner universities.
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Get studio training in physical theatre, improvisation, and solo and collaborative performance creation while studying the history and theory of theatre and world performance traditions.
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Study Political Science, History, Sociology, and Anthropology to better understand the challenges of the 21st century. Explore the dynamics of globalization and examine international politics while drawing on diverse disciplines to make sense of our complex world.
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What happens when you take eight Arts disciplines and one Science discipline (Computer Studies) and package them into a professional program at the undergraduate level? Media Studies.
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Play an active role in protecting and managing our natural environment through your analysis of urban development, agricultural, mineral/oil extraction, and fishery/forestry practices. Choose between a major in Global Perspectives or Science and Management.
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Learn how to question critically, analyze the rules by which we are governed, and examine decision-making in a global market. Placed into context with each other, these three fields allow you to form critical and informed opinions about the world in which you live.
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Work with other urban planning, infrastructure development, and management professionals to develop attractive, sustainable, and effective shelters. Learn how to manage urban green spaces and ecosystems so our world can stay a little bit greener.
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Pursue the subjects you’re most passionate about and earn a postgraduate qualification from one of the world’s most prestigious business schools. In the course of four-and-a-half years, you’ll study subjects like accounting and finance, marketing and strategic management, and get personalized professional development advice to help you turn your passion into a profession.
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Simultaneously earn a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science degree while you immerse yourself in each faculty, taking a variety of subjects and becoming an active participant within both the Arts and Science studies bodies.
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Study at both UBC and Sciences Po, a distinguished research-intensive and internationally focused university specializing in the social sciences and humanities. This program is a four-year, direct-entry dual degree that gives you the chance to earn two bachelor degrees in four years and the opportunity to study in both Canada and France.
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This program takes an innovative approach to the study of the humanities and focuses on English, History, and Philosophy. Instead of attending several separate lectures, you’ll attend one weekly lecture taught by a dynamic team of instructors from a variety of academic disciplines.
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This introduction to core arts disciplines is taught in small, 25-person study groups. Choose between five streams: Media Studies, Global Citizens, Individual and Society, Law and Society, and Philosophy, Political Science, and Economics (PPE).
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Explore the sciences with a community of like-minded students. This unique program provides weekly workshops with a small group and hands-on activities that complement your coursework, plus, it gives you ample opportunities to work with other Coordinated Science Program students.
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Explore scientific questions by bringing together concepts from multiple disciplines including Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics. Engage in small-group work, independent research projects, and a four-day field trip to the Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre. You’re encouraged to ask deep questions, to take risks, and to push the limits of your understanding.
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Combine one year of academic degree-focused credits with intensive academic English preparation. After successful completion of Vantage One, you will transition into the second year of your UBC degree.
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Receive extensive and careful advice on your curriculum choices and overall educational objectives while you design your own degree. Brace yourself for a highly interactive science program that values active learning, group discussion, and collaborative research. As an Integrated Science Program student, you also get first priority for a three-week-long field course in Iceland on Science, systems, and sustainability.
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Design your own cross-disciplinary course of study in consultation with an advisor. Choose courses from fields of study including the Humanities, Sciences, Social Sciences, and Creative and Performing Arts.
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