Liberal Arts and Sciences

Gain new insights, engage in lively discussions, and develop your own informed opinions on a wide array of subjects.

Our offerings include an ever-changing variety of courses in arts, humanities, history, literature, music and public affairs taught by UBC professors and other leading experts. Find out more about topics you have always wanted to explore with the interdisciplinary perspective that liberal studies affords.

Courses and Programs

Courses

Course Name
Week 1 Option A: What Future for Europe + Women Artists of the Past 500 Years (UT418)   
Week 1 Option B: What Future for Europe + Uncertainty and the Politics of Fear: International Security in the 21st Century (UT419)   
Week 1 Option C: Saxophilia: A History of the Jazz Saxophone + Women Artists of the Past 500 Years (UT420)   
Week 1 Option D: Saxophilia: A History of the Jazz Saxophone + Uncertainty and the Politics of Fear: International Security in the 21st Century (UT421)   
Week 2 Option A: One God Only: History/Religion of the Amarna Period/Ancient Eygpt + Turkey at the Crossroads: Politics Past, Present, Future (UT422)   
Week 2 Option B: One God Only: History/Religion of the Amarna Period/ Ancient Eygpt + Turkey at the Crossroads: Politics Past, Present, Future (UT423)   
Week 2 Option C: Music She Wrote + Turkey at the Crossroads: Politics Past, Present and Future (UT424)   
Week 2 Option D: Music She Wrote + Global History of Fashion (UT425)   
Week 3 Option A: Art, Architecture and Politics in East Asia + The Science of Relationships (UT426)   
Week 3 Option B: Art, Architecture and Politics in East Asia + Golden Peaches of Samarkand: Exploring the History & Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan (UT427)   
Week 3 Option C: Ancient Sparta: What the Movie 300 Didn't Tell You + The Science of Relationships (UT428)   
Week 3 Option D: Ancient Sparta: What the Movie 300 Didn't Tell You + Golden Peaches of Samarkand: History & Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan (UT429)   

Programs