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Program Transfer Options

As an Undeclared Arts student within Ryerson's Faculty of Arts, you may transfer to one of the following Bachelor of Arts programs for the Fall term of your second year of studies.

Program Transfer Options

Criminology

Law and order is only the beginning of Criminology.

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English

Literature brings the world to life in creative ways, animating our engagement with diverse identities, cultures and time periods.

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English and History Double Major

Engage deeply in the widest possible range of verbal, visual, material, and digital texts, and showcase your understanding of how to put knowledge into action in meaningful ways.

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English and Philosophy Double Major

The study of English and Philosophy explores some of the most fundamental and perennial questions such as: What is truth? What is beauty? What can we know? .

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Environment and Urban Sustainability

Going green has gone mainstream, and more and more people are concerned with preserving and protecting the planet.

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Geographic Analysis

For a geographer, the main challenge is understanding the relationships among people, environment, location, and distance.  

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History

Historians explore the diversity and complexity of human experience from ancient societies to the 21st century.

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History and Philosophy Double Major

Spanning much of the period of recorded culture, the History and Philosophy Double Major program offers students a well-rounded understanding of philosophy's central debates and their historical contexts.

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Language and Intercultural Relations

Relates practical and theoretical knowledge about language, culture and theory.

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Philosophy

What is the purpose of life? What are our obligations to each other and the environment?

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Politics and Governance

Our way of life is shaped by rules of government – but how do we decide on the best way to manage ourselves and our society?

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Psychology

Why do we think, feel and behave the way we do?  

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Sociology

We shape the world, and the world shapes us – and sociologists tell us how it happens and what it means.

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