The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Welcome to Carleton University’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS).
Home to world-class innovative and rigorous faculty research, FASS provides students with a collaborative learning environment which promotes inspired thought, creative ingenuity, and academic excellence. In short, at FASS, we excel at training future leaders and inspirational citizens of the world.
Our B.A. Degrees
Learn more about our B.A. options:
- B.A. General (Undeclared)
- B.A. General and Honours
- B.A. Combined Honours
Why a Carleton B.A.?
As a student in the Bachelor of Arts (BA) program, you can choose your major?discipline from a diverse range of areas of study. You can explore one area of?interest in depth, combine two areas, or earn a specialization in one aspect of your?major discipline.
Upon graduation, as one of the one of over 130,000 Carleton University alumni (nearly 50,000 of whom who graduated from FASS), you will be equipped with the knowledge and experience cultivated through your B.A. degree to effectively pursue your professional and academic ambitions.
Munro Beattie Lecture: The First Semester, David Chariandy
David Chariandy lives in Vancouver and teaches in the department of English at Simon Fraser University.??His first novel, entitled?Soucouyant, was nominated for eleven literary prizes, including the Governor General’s Award... More
Self-made Métis: Examining the “Québec Métis” Movement, Prof. Darryl Leroux
Self-made métis: examining the "Québec métis" movement.?A talk by Professor Darryl Leroux, Saint Mary’s University In the past 15 years, tens of thousands of Quebeckers have begun calling themselves "métis,"... More
Canada’s moral negligence in Jamal Khashoggi’s murder
English Professor and Canada Research Chair?Stuart J. Murray wrote a piece for the Conversation titled?Canada’s moral negligence in Jamal Khashoggi’s?murder.
Interested in Developmental Psychology? Learn More About the Pickering Centre for Research and Human Development
Interested in graduate studies in developmental psychology? Study with us at the Pickering Centre for Research in Human Development at Carleton University! Check out our new video?to meet some of... More