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Studying in Arts & Science

We offer you a lot of flexibility in planning your program. Mix and match a major and a minor, complete a double major, or a specialization and two minors — the possibilities are almost endless!


The Faculty of Arts and Science is the largest of Concordia's four Faculties, with 27 academic units in the sciences, social sciences and humanities. By choosing one of the over 197 programs in Arts and Science you will be opening the door to an investigation of the world, how it works and our place in it; you are limited only by your curiosity. 

The Faculty also offers several options to students interested in interdisciplinary studies, including individually structured programs, interdisciplinary programs, elective groups, and interdisciplinary courses.


Choose Arts & Science

An open approach to education is part of what makes the Faculty of Arts and Science a mutually rewarding learning environment, based on flexibility, interdisciplinary thinking and research.

Here are the top 10 reasons to choose Concordia — and Arts & Science:

1. Location 6. Amazing learning community
2. Two campus university 7. Diversity
3. Facilities 8. Real world connection
4. Program choices 9. Community involvement
5. Flexibility 10. Sustainability

Learn about the Faculty of Arts & Science and explore our programs. If you are unsure about which program or degree to pursue, you can always speak with an Academic Counsellor at Student Academic Services, located at the Loyola campus, by calling (514) 848-2424 ext 2104.


Entrance Scholarships

Entrance Scholarships are awarded to newly admitted students from a CEGEP or a secondary school outside of Quebec who have achieved a high academic standing. In order to be eligible, students must be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident and must have applied by the official application deadline date(s).

Eligible students are ranked, and the highest ranked students are contacted by the Dean's Office and asked to reply by specified deadlines using the Arts & Science Scholarship Confirmation form.

For more information on bursaries and scholarships, visit the Financial Aid and Awards website.

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