Current undergraduate students

Shawn Cure, anthropology
Viking age skill building, student Shawn Cure, plays "Hnefatafl" board game constructed by his anthropology group.

We are thrilled that you have decided to study towards a degree in the Social Sciences and we look forward to you joining well over 20,000 Social Sciences graduates who have amazing careers all over the world.

Our faculty is the largest on campus and divided into seven units: 

Our programs

Undergraduates in Social Sciences can choose from a comprehensive list of General, Major and Minor Programs leading to both BA and BSc degrees, as well as exciting options in Interdisciplinary programs, joint degrees and diploma programs.

Our academic programs offer exciting opportunities to engage in research and to participate in co-op and other community engaged learning opportunities.

Academic advising

Academic advising is available for students in the Faculty of Social Sciences through the Advising Centre and from each of the departments and school within the faculty. The academic calendar for undergraduate is available online.