How does the  
Liberal Studies  
program work?

In the first two years, you take foundational 
courses in Arts and Sciences. In third  
and fourth year, you narrow your focus 
by exploring common themes—like 
community, power and sustainability 
—from multidisciplinary perspectives. 
You also begin one-on-one tutorials  
with faculty where you explore and 
refine a research question based on  
your educational interests and career 
aspirations. This question is the basis  
of your capstone project, an impressive 
portfolio piece to take with you when 
you graduate. capilanou.ca/lsba

Arts & Sciences
Choose from hundreds of courses in the 
disciplines below:

HUMANITIES

Art History
Chinese (Mandarin)
English
French
Japanese
Linguistics
Philosophy
Spanish

SOCIAL SCIENCES

Anthropology
Applied Behaviour 

Analysis

Criminology
Economics
History
Human Geography
Political Studies
Psychology
Sociology
Women’s and 

Gender Studies

SCIENCE,  

TECHNOLOGY, 

ENGINEERING & 

MATHEMATICS

Astronomy
Biology
Chemistry
Computing Science
Engineering
Mathematics & 

Statistics

Physical Geography
Physics

 “THE LIBERAL STUDIES  
 PROGRAM WAS AN  
 AMAZING FIT. YOU’RE  
 ABLE TO CREATE YOUR  
 OWN PATHWAY AND  
 MOLD YOUR OWN  
 DEGREE IN WHAT YOU  
 WANT TO RESEARCH.” 

CHRISTY BRAIN 
BACHELOR OF  
ARTS DEGREE  
(LIBERAL STUDIES)