Build your own program with a mix of arts, sciences and humanities courses in the Associate of Arts degree program at CapU.
This 60-credit credential provides a foundation in various academic disciplines, critical thinking, writing and research skills.
In addition to required coursework in English, Science and Arts, you'll be free to select from first- and second-year courses across every faculty at CapU.
Your choices can include everything from mathematics and computing science to business, creative and performing arts, the social sciences or humanities.
A curated list of select courses for the Associate of Arts Degree — including those focused on the environment and sustainability — will be offered at the CapU Squamish campus for the Fall 2024 term.
To learn more about your options or find out about starting your application, contact email@example.com.
Study to fit your schedule
Study at your own pace. Start your Associate of Arts degree in either the Fall (September), Spring (January) or Summer (May) terms.