In today’s increasingly globalized workforce, employers are looking for individuals able to think critically and adapt to changing environments. Bachelor of Arts degrees prepare students to do precisely that.
Student are able to complete a degree with a major in: English, Indigenous Studies, Political Studies, or Sociology.
Full- and part-time studies available.
Applicants must be proficient in the English language.
Three-Year B.A. Degree
Students intending to apply to a non-direct entry professional program, such as law or nutrition, often find these degrees a good fit as they complete their pre-professional years.
Four-Year B.A. Degree
Four-year programs are the most common undergraduate degrees. Students interested in pursuing graduate studies (M.A. or Ph.D.) must first obtain a four-year degree.
Locations: Buffalo Narrows, Creighton, Ile a la Crosse, La Loche, and La Ronge
Early-Bird: April 30, 2019 *To be considered for entrance scholarships.
Fall Intake: July 15, 2019
Winter Intake: November 15, 2019
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Location: Buffalo Narrows, Creighton, Ile a la Crosse, and La Ronge
Start date: September 2019
Number of weeks: 34 per year