Undergraduate Admission


Undergraduate Admission

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Why study Humanities at Queen's?

Queen's has offered degrees in the Humanities since 1841, making it the oldest discipline taught at the university. One example of the unique opportunities available in the Humanities is that the Department of English welcomes a well-known author to act as writer in residence for one term each academic year. This writer participates in a range of literary events on campus and offers advice and mentorship to students involved in creative writing.

Learn more about studying Humanities at Queen's.

What can you do with your degree? 

Planning your future can be stressful but Queen's has developed a formula that will help you find your success.

The Major Maps are a series of maps tailored specifically to each undergraduate program. Like a physical map, they will help you navigate the opportunities at Queen's and stay on track with your goals. These Major Maps provide advice on academics, extra-curriculars, networking, international opportunities and career development all in one place

Art History Major Map

Classics Major Map

English Language and Literature Major Map

History Major Map

Jewish Studies Major Map

Philosophy Major Map

Religious Studies Major Map