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Faculty of Arts: Get to know History, Environment and Urban Sustainability, Arts and Contemporary Studies
History
History teaches us how to understand the past and allows us to explore the diversity and complexity of the human experience. You’ll study historical debates and engage with documents, artifacts, stories and digital media from ancient societies up to the 21st century.

Environment and Urban Sustainability
Contemporary social and environmental challenges demand coordinated responses that facilitate sustainable and equitable futures and the health of life-supporting ecosystems. If you are passionate about social and environmental issues, join the Environment and Urban Sustainability session to learn, envision, and develop innovative responses to challenges facing urban centres.

Arts and Contemporary Studies
The challenges and complexities of contemporary society require leaders with constructive, creative and fresh insights. Arts and Contemporary Studies is a unique program designed to create such leaders. You’ll have the opportunity to customize your program of study with options in fields such as Anthropology, Culture studies, Diversity and Equity studies, Global studies, English, French, History or Philosophy and to combine them with interesting minors.

We look forward to seeing you at RU: Virtual Open House, taking place between November 22 - 27 & November 29 - December 4.

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Nov 22, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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