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BA + Master's in English, History or Political Science


BA + Master's in English, History or Political Science

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The Bachelor of Arts (BA) + Master's is an elite program for students who are interested in advanced studies in English, History or Political Science.


Program Highlights

  • Participate in senior small-group seminars designed to deepen your knowledge and enhance your research skills.
  • Develop leadership and professional skills in training and development workshops offered across campus, including Laurier’s nationally acclaimed ASPIRE program.
  • Benefit from mentoring throughout your entire undergraduate degree from current graduate students and faculty; learn from their experiences and be ready to succeed in the graduate program.

First-Year Courses

For a list of the courses, you'll take in the first year of your Bachelor of Arts degree, visit the program page for English, History or Political Science.

Admission Requirements

We encourage applicants of all academic backgrounds to apply.

Ontario High School Curriculum

  • Minimum admission range: low 80s. 
  • Competitive admission range, based on last year’s admitted students: mid 80s. 
  • 4U English at 75%.

Other Curriculums

Visit our admission requirements section to find specific requirements for international curriculums, other Canadian curriculums, transfer students and more.

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