Faculty of Arts & Science
The Faculty of Arts and Science is the largest of Concordia's four Faculties, offering more than 170 undergraduate programs and 50 graduate programs in 27 academic departments and colleges, encompassing the Sciences, Social Sciences and Humanities. Our dedication and commitment to offering outstanding academic programs is exemplified by the top international rankings enjoyed by several of our academic units.
Through the auspices of the Knowledge Infrastructure Program, a collaborative funding program of the Federal and Provincial governments, the university received more than $64 million in funding to support two initiatives of the Faculty of Arts and Science: the Centre for Structural and Functional Genomics and the PERFORM Centre. In total, the Faculty houses or is affiliated with more than 20 research centres, bringing together top researchers from across the university.
The Faculty is dedicated to superior teaching and research supported by excellence in scholarship and creative activity. It also boasts a strong tradition of service to the community. Over the course of its history, the Faculty has evolved into a dynamic learning environment that promotes student-centered learning, flexibility, interdisciplinary thinking, and research.
Since 2002, the Faculty has hired more than 240 tenured and tenure-track professors—culled from thousands of applicants worldwide—who are among the most promising teachers and researchers in their fields. These new professors have attracted millions of external research funding each year, thereby enriching Concordia’s research landscape.
How to apply
Visit the Faculty’s Employment Opportunities section to learn more about how to submit an application.