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ARTS PROGRAMS AT A GLANCE
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Arts (Advanced Major)
Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Master of Arts – Atlantic Canada Studies, Criminology, History, International Development Studies, Philosophy and Women’s Studies
Majors
Anthropology
Asian Studies
Atlantic Canada Studies
Classics
Criminology
Economics
English
French
Geography
German
Hispanic Studies
History
International Development Studies
Irish Studies
Linguistics
Mathematics
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Religious Studies
Sociology
Women’s Studies

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Faculty of Arts
tel 902.420.5522
fax 902.496.8782
e-mail facultyarts@smu.ca

Student Recruitment
tel 902.496.8280
fax 902.420.5073
e-mail recruitment@smu.ca
web site www.smu.ca

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McNally Building
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SMARTS facts
  • Saint Mary's has the largest Arts Faculty in Nova Scotia.
  • At Saint Mary's you can take an Arts degree while minoring in Business or the Sciences.
  • The 20-credit program provides added program diversity.
  • Metro inter-university programs allow you to draw on the best resources local universities have to offer. Programs are available in Film Studies, Linguistics and Women's Studies.
  • Saint Mary's is the only University in Canada where you can complete an undergraduate degree in Irish Studies.
  • Saint Mary's has the only stand-alone Criminology program in Atlantic Canada, which includes the Bachelor, Honours, Graduate Diploma and Master's.
  • The Creative Writing program enables students to have their work published in a University publication.
  • Cultural life on campus includes an Art Gallery, a performing arts series, the Saint Mary’s Drama Society, a Writer-in-Residence reading, and a Public Philosophy Lecture Series.
  • Saint Mary’s has the only Asian Studies program in Atlantic Canada.
  • Saint Mary’s is the first Canadian university to offer a Shakespeare course at Stratford-upon-Avon, England as part of its English program.


Saint Mary's University

Modern Languages - Georgina and Joanna Theoharopoulos
Atlantic Canada Studies - Kim Kierans
Anthropology - Matthew Mosher
English - Gary Porter
Geography - Craig Flinn
English - Goran Stanivukovic
Philosophy - Kathleen Edmonds
Philosophy - Carolyn Ells
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