Brock University

Brock University

Brock University is located on top of the Niagara Escarpment in Ontario’s Niagara peninsula. The University has 17,000 full-time students and nearly 600 faculties. Over the past ten years, Brock has had the second-highest growth of students amongst universities in Ontario.


Studying the Humanities allows you to explore the cultural, intellectual, and artistic ideas of the world from ancient times to the present.




Undergraduates

Studio
Department of Applied Linguistics 
  • Applied Linguistics
  • Communication Disorders
  • Speech and Hearing Sciences
  • Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) Coop option
  • Applied Linguistics and Child and Youth Studies
  • Applied Linguistics and English Language and Literature 
  • Certificate Program (post-degree): Communications Disorders Assistants
  • Certificate Program (post-degree): Hearing Sciences
  • Certificate Program (post-degree): Speech and Language Sciences
  • Certificate Program (post-degree): Teaching English as a Subsequent/Foreign Language

Centre for Canadian Studies
  • Canadian Studies (in combination with another discipline area)

Department of Classics
  • Ancient Art and Archeology
  • Classical Languages
  • Classical Studies

Centre for Digital Humanities
  • Interactive Arts and Sciences
  • Computer Game Development
  • Digital Media

 Department of Dramatic Arts
  • Dramatic Arts
  • Dramatic Arts Co-op
  • Drama in Education
  • Drama in Society
  • Theatre (Performance, Production and Design, and Praxis concentrations)
  • Certificate in Drama in Education and Society

Department of English Language and Literature
  • English Literature
  • English and Contemporary Culture
  • English and Writing, Rhetoric and Discourse Studies
  • Applied Linguistics and English Language and Literature
  • Certificate in Rhetoric and Professional Writing

Department of History
  • History
  • History and Labour Studies

Centre for Liberal Arts
  • BA in Liberal Arts (in combination with another discipline area)
  • BSc in Liberal Arts (in combination with another discipline area)
  • BSc in Liberal Arts and Physics
  • BA in Liberal Arts and Business

Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
  • Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures
  • Comparative Literatures and Cultures
  • French Studies
  • Italian Studies
  • Iberian and Latin American Studies (Spanish and Portuguese)

Department of Music
  • Music BA
  • Bachelor of Music

Department of Philosophy
  • Philosophy (Eastern and Western)

Centre for Studies in Arts and Culture
  • Studies in Arts and Culture

Department of Visual Arts
  • Visual Arts
  • Art History
  • Curatorial Studies
  • Visual Arts and Computer Science



Masters Programs

  • MA in Applied Linguistics
  • MA in Classics
  • MA in English
  • MA in History
  • MA in Philosophy
  • MA in Studies in Comparative Literatures and Arts