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Graduation requirements for students entering the program in 2023/24 or earlier

All students in the Bachelor of Arts program must meet the following seven requirements1:

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  1. Writing and research requirement
  2. language requirement
  3. scientific requirement
  4. literature requirement
  5. External Requirement
  6. Higher level requirement
  7. Minimum Artistic Credit Requirement

1see alsoCredit requirements and regulations.

1. Writing and research requirement

The Writing and Research requirement has two components:

writing component

To begin engaging with the academic community at UBC and beyond, students must successfully complete 3 credits of subject matter research and writing instruction through one of the following courses: Arts One, ASTU 100, or ASTU 101. Coordinates ), ENGL 100, WRDS 150 or WRDS 350. This component must be completed before the student achieves Year 3 classification.

Students admitted to the College of Letters directly from high school must attempt the writing component in their first 30 credits, which allows for the application, and must be sure to complete it before reaching 54 credits. Transfer students who have not yet completed the writing component should attempt it in their first winter session and ensure they complete it by the end of that session or before reaching 54 credits.

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Students who do not meet the above requirement due to lack of attempts may have their enrollment restricted until they complete the writing component. Students who fail the Writing Component twice will have their maximum enrollment credit load reduced until the requirement is successfully completed. To seeContinuation Requirements.

Students who have completed a college or university level writing course similar in rigor, content, and learning objectives to an approved writing component course may apply to apply their transfer credits toward the writing component of the writing requirement and investigation. ForOther informationstudents should check with Arts Advising.

search component

To contribute to the development of knowledge in the chosen field or fields of study, students are also required to complete an intensive research experience. They typically enroll in a research intensive course specified for their specializations.1. Students are advised that research intensive courses, usually offered at the 400 level, often have prerequisites and are often restricted to specializations in the discipline. Students should consult the corresponding department in planning their study program.

See below for a list of approved research intensive courses.

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Department/MainApproved intensive research course(s)
AnthropologyANTH 317, 407, 408, 417, 418, 428, 431, 449, 452, 478; ARCO 306, 405, 406, 419
History of artTHROUGH 410, 432, 436, 437, 439, 440, 442, 443, 445, 448, 450, 455, 458, 459, 464, 471, 476, 479, 480
Asian Area StudiesASIA 402, 407, 408, 427, 440, 442, 445, 447, 451, 453, 468, 477, 491, 495, 498, 499, CHIN 482, JAPAN 408, 453, 462, KORN 410
Asian language and cultureASIA 402, 407, 408, 427, 440, 442, 445, 447, 451, 453, 468, 477, 491, 495, 498, 499, CHIN 482, JAPAN 408, 453, 462, KORN 410
canadian studiesCDST 450
Classical, Near Eastern, and Religious StudiesCLST 401, 402, 403, 404, CNRS 410, 449, NIDO 400, 401, 402, RELG 414, 415, 448, 475, 485
Cognitive SystemsCPV 402
computer scienceCPSC 319, 410, 427, 444, 455, 491; also CPSC 448, 449 (with the approval of the Department of Computer Science)
critical studies in sexualityCSIS 450, GRSJ 401, 422, 480
economyECO 390, 490, 495, 499
English, Literature EmphasisENGLAND 490, 491, 492, 496, 499
English, Language of EmphasisINGL 489
Cinema studiosFIST 445, 449
First Nations and languages ​​in dangerFNEL 389, 448, 481, 482
First Nations and Indigenous Studiesprecio 400
First Nations Languages ​​and LinguisticsLing 431, 432, 447
FrenchBRAKES 495
Studies of gender, race, sexuality and social justiceGRSJ 401, 422, 480
Geography, Environment and SustainabilityGEOG 312, 315, 345, 371, 379, 395, 410, 412, 419, 424, 429, 446, 447, 448, 450, 453, 495, 498, GEOB/GEOS 309, 405, 406, 407, 472, 479, URST 400
Human geographyGEOG 312, 315, 345, 371, 379, 395, 410, 412, 419, 424, 429, 446, 447, 448, 450, 453, 495, 498, GEOB/GEOS 309, 405, 406, 407, 472, 479, URST 400
GermanGERM 403, 404, 406, 408, 420, 439, 449
HistorySTORY 403, 449, 466, 467, 468, 479, 490
History and Philosophy of ScienceIN 491, HISTORY 490
History with International RelationsSTORY 403, 449, 466, 467, 468
Interdisciplinary StudiesAny approved research intensive course for which the student is eligible to register, usually in the student's primary grade discipline
International relationsHIST 403, ECON 457, POLI 464, or other IR-approved faculty-approved intensive research courses
italian/italian studiesITAL 495, ITST 495
latin american studiesLAST 303
LinguisticsLing 431, 432, 447, 449
MathematicsMATHEMATICS 437, 441, 444, 445, 448, 462
medieval studiesMDVL 440, 449, 490
modern european studiesCENS 404, GERM 403, RUSS 410
MusicMUSC 207, 320, 402, 403, 409, 412, 413, 449, 469
PhilosophyFILO 418, 426, 431, 432, 440, 450, 452, 455, 469,490, 491
political scienceAll POLI courses at level 400
PsychologyPSYCHO 217
Religion, Literature and ArtsRGLA 471
religion, studyRGST 400
romance studiesRMS 495
russianRUSO 410
SociologySOCI 380, 381, 382, ​​383, 449
EspañolTRAMO 411, 495
Speech therapyLing 431, 432, 447, 449
theaterTHTR 417, 439, 445, 449
US studiesHIST 467 or other intensive research courses, including POLI courses at the 400 level, with the approval of the USST President
visual artsVISA 401, 410, 411, 430, 431, 440, 441, 450, 451, 470, 471, 479, 480, 481

1To consider all of the research intensive course options available to them, students completing a second course in a subject that falls under the B.F.A. The program is recommended to consult with the B.A. Table of research components, above, and theBFA Research Component Table.

2. Language requirement

There are three ways to satisfy the language requirement:

  1. Before admission andstill in high school, complete a language course (excluding English) at a level equivalent to BC Grade 12.
  2. Pass an aptitude test. This option is especially recommended for students who have knowledge of a language but do not have a school or university record proving their competence. No course credit is awarded for passing a proficiency test. Students should consultArts Academic Advising.
  • If the language is taught at UBC, students can prove their proficiency through exams. Arrangements for such an exam must first be requested from the academic department providing the language instruction. If the departmental exam or an acceptable alternative is not available, students should consult Arts Advising.
  • If the language is not taught at UBC, students may be allowed to demonstrate their proficiency through a proficiency exam. Only languages ​​for which the Faculty of Arts can access an appropriate language specialist to mark the exam, and for which a newspaper of acceptable circulation and quality is available online, can be considered for the proficiency exam. Students should consult the Arts Academic Council.
  • Reach or exceed the specified level in any of the languages ​​taught at UBC, as indicated below. Please note that most of these courses have prerequisites. Students with some knowledge of the language who wish to enroll in language courses should check with the department that teaches the language to locate them before classes begin. Please note that no credit is assigned toward the language requirement, only one level of proficiency must be achieved.
    Arabic (ARBC)400 o 202
    Asian Languages ​​(ASLA)400
    Cantonese (CNTO)301 o 311
    Chinese (chin)117 or 118; 243 or 244 (heritage students); 107 or 108; 233 or 234 (non-legacy students)
    Danish (DANI)210
    First Nations and Endangered Languages ​​(FNEL)202 Salish
    First Nations and Endangered Languages ​​(FNEL)212 algonquinos
    First Nations and Endangered Languages ​​(FNEL)222 Dene (Athabaskan)
    First Nations and Endangered Languages ​​(FNEL)232 Tsimshanic
    First Nations and Endangered Languages ​​(FNEL)242
    First Nations and Endangered Languages ​​(FNEL)252 Haida
    First Nations and Endangered Languages ​​(FNEL)262 Ktunaxa (Kootenay)
    First Nations and Endangered Languages ​​(FNEL)292 Other indigenous languages
    French (FREN)112 o 202
    German (GERM)210
    Greek (GREEK)200 o 202
    hebrew405 o 202
    Hindi-Urdu (HINU)200 o 202
    Indonesian (INDO)200 o 202
    Italian (ITA)202, 203 o 206
    Japanese (JAPAN)103 or 151; 201 or 260
    Coreano (KORN)200 o 202
    latin200 o 202
    Persian (PERS)104 o 201
    Polish (POLS)300
    Portuguese (PORTO)202 o 210
    Punjabí (PUNJ)200 o 202
    Ruso (RUSS)200, 202
    Sanskrit (SANS)200 or 202; 400 or 401
    Spanish (SPAN)112 o 202
    Swedish (SWED)210
    Ukrainian (UKRN)225

    3. Scientific requirement

    To ensure the development of an understanding and appreciation of scientific reasoning, applications and methods, students are required to complete 6 credits chosen from any combination of:

    1. All courses taught by the Faculty of Sciences, except: SCIE 113, 300; CHEMISTRY 300
    2. Specific disciplines taught by the Faculty of Letters:
      • ARCO 140, 203, 228, 235, 325, 326, 345
      • ASIC 200, 220
      • all GEOB/GEOS courses
      • GRSJ 201 (cross-listed with CPSC 101)
      • Ling 209
      • PSYC 263, 270, 360, 361, 363, 364, 365, 366, 367, 368, 370, 371, 460, 461, 462, 463, 465, 466, 467, 469, 472
    3. Specific courses taught by the Faculty of Applied Sciences: APSC 366
    4. Specific courses taught by the Faculty of Forest Sciences: CONS 127, FRST 303, 304
    5. Specific courses taught by the Faculty of Land and Food Systems: APBI 100, 200, 244, 260, 311, 327, 328; FNH 200, 250; LFS 340
    6. Specific courses taught by the Faculty of Medicine: CAPS 210, 390, 391, SPPH 200, 301

    Important Note: Students cannot earn credit for two courses with significant overlap of pre-defined content. Students are fully responsible for their application and are encouraged to check the course schedule for equivalencies and review theScientific credit exclusion liststo avoid unnecessary registrations. Please note that exclusion of credits does not imply that courses are interchangeable, and meeting specialization requirements may require completion of a specific course. Students enrolled in courses related to probability and statistics should take special care.

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    4. Literature requirement

    Students must complete 6 credits of literary studies, chosen from:

    African Studies (AFST)351, 370
    Arabic (ARBC)400, 420
      *Students can count a maximum of 3 credits from ARTS 001, ASTU 100 or ENGL 110-121 (except ENGL 112) towards the literature requirement.
    Asian Studies (ASIA)212, 213, 254, 308, 324, 326, 334, 336, 341, 342, 347-352, 357-360, 361, 363, 364, 368, 380, 392, 395, 398, 412, 413, 431, 441, 444, 447, 452, 451, 453, 454, 455, 457, 460, 461, 464
    Art Studies (ASTU)100*
      *Students can count a maximum of 3 credits from ARTS 001, ASTU 100 or ENGL 110-121 (except ENGL 112) towards the literature requirement.
    Central, Eastern and Northern European Studies (CENS)202, 303, 307
    Chinese (chin)411, 413, 421, 431, 433, 434, 451, 453, 455, 457, 461, 463, 464, 465, 466, 471, 473, 474, 481, 483, 484, 485, 491, 493, 494
    Classical Studies (CLST)310, 313, 314, 315, 317, 318, 402
    English (ENGLISH)INGL 110-121*; 200, 220-228, 230-249; 332-397
      *Students can count a maximum of 3 credits from ARTS 001, ASTU 100 or ENGL 110-121 (except ENGL 112) towards the literature requirement.
    First Nations and Indigenous Studies (FNIS)454
    French (FREN)220, 221, 280, 311, 328-331, 341, 371 and all 400 level courses except 401, 402, 427, 451-477, 499
    French, Hispanic and Italian Studies (FHIS)333
    Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice Studies (GRSJ)224
    German (GERM)206, 301-305, 360, 370, 380, 390, 401, 402, 404-407, 426
    Greek (GREEK)301, 351, 352, 401, 402
    Hindi-Urdu (HINU)400
    Italian (ITA)231, 232, 303, 304, 333, 345, 380, 403-409, 414-418, 420, 421
    Italian Studies (ITST)231, 232, 333, 345, 385, 413-419, 421
    Japanese (JAPAN)311, 312, 342, 406, 408, 422, 423, 452, 453
    Coreano (KORN)410
    latin301, 350, 351, 401, 402
    Medieval Studies (MDVL)301, 302
    Near Eastern Studies (NEST)401
    Persian (PERS)451
    Philosophy (PHIL)375
    Polish (POLS)345, 424, 426
    Portuguese (PORTO)392, 405
    Punjabí (PUNJ)300, 400, 401, 402, 403, 404
    Religious Studies (RELG)201, 203, 209, 307, 311, 320, 321
    Romantic Studies (RMST)201, 202, 321, 322, 420
    Ruso (RUSS)206, 207, 305, 306, 321, 323, 407-412
    Sanskrit (SANS)300, 450
    Scandinavian (SCAN)333-336, 411-415
    Slavic Studies (SLAV)307
    South Asian Languages ​​(SOAL)4401
    Spanish (SPAN)221, 222, 280, 312, 357, 358, 364, 365, 406, 410, 420, 430, 470, 490
    Teatro (THTR)210, 211, 245, 310, 311, 410
    1With permission of the Department of Asian Studies.

    5. External Requirement

    Students must complete a minimum number of credits outside the field of study of their specialization(s).1

    Principal2Honors or Combined Major3Double Major, Double Honor or Addition of a Minor
    Required external credits:604824

    1All courses commonly accepted or designated as applicable to a major in a field of study, including courses listed, are considered to be within that field of study. This remains true even when the course credit is not actually applied to that major (ie, it is considered an elective credit).
    2The Interdisciplinary Studies program satisfies the external requirement; students are not required to complete more credits outside of their program.3External credits must be outside of both fields of study.

    6. Higher level requirement

    Students must complete a minimum number of higher level credits (courses numbered 300 and above). The number of higher level credits varies depending on the degree program option chosen, as summarized in the table below. Please note that adding a minor to any degree program does not increase the higher level requirement.


    Major, Combined Major or IDSTHonorsgreat duoSpecialization/Honorsdoble honor
    Higher Level Credits Required:4854606684

    7. Minimum Artistic Credit Requirement

    Artistic credit is defined by subject area. Credit completed in subject areas identified in the UBC Calendarcourse descriptionAs offered by the Faculty of Letters, as well as the transfer of credits in these subjects, it is considered an Arts Credit.

    A minimum of 72 of the 120 credits required for the Bachelor of Arts program must be Arts credits, except when completion of the student's major(s) requires more than 48 non-Arts credits. To seeCredit requirements and regulations.

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