The School of University Arts and Sciences offers over 100 university arts and science courses.
If you earn 60 credits with a GPA of 2.00 or better, then you may be eligible for either a liberal arts and sciences diploma or an associate degree.
If you earn 60 credits in which the required number of credits meet the flexible pre-major agreement in either anthropology, English, psychology, or sociology, then you can transfer seamlessly into a third year major's program at any BC university, provided that all other entrance requirements are met.
If you earn 60 credits that meet the requirements of either an associate of arts degree or an associate of science degree, then you can transfer directly into third year at any BC university, provided that all other entrance requirements are met.
If you are planning to transfer into a professional program, such as dental hygiene, dietetics/nutrition or physiotherapy, then you can meet your first- and second-year course requirements by choosing the appropriate mix of courses offered through the School of University Arts and Sciences.
If you are planning to transfer eventually into a professional degree program, such as law (eg. LLB, LLM), medicine (MD, MD PhD), business (MBA, PhD), counselling (MA, MC, PhD), engineering (BEng, BE, BSc, BASc; ME, MEng, MSc, MTech; PhD), pharmacy (BSc, PharmD) and more, then you can meet your first- and second-year course requirements by choosing the appropriate mix of courses offered through the School of University Arts and Sciences.
A bachelor's degree is also typically required to enter master's and doctoral programs within any one particular discipline, such as English, biology, anthropology and sociology.
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What Students Say
I stood in front of Selkirk College’s Applied Science class in early February and pitched University of Victoria’s (UVic) Faculty of Engineering as an option for future education.
- Chris Pearson, University Arts and Sciences Graduate.