Undergraduate (3-4 years)
Premier cycle (3-4 ans)
University studies leading to a bachelor’s degree or an undergraduate certificate. Undergraduate studies are the next step after you receive your secondary school diploma (or the equivalent if you have studied outside of Canada).
On completion of your program, you receive one of the following:
- Bachelor’s (3-4 years): A degree received at the end of a three of four year (90 or 120 credit) undergraduate program. It can be a general, joint, professional or honours bachelor’s.
- Certificate: A standalone undergraduate program of at least 30 credits that entitles you to earn a diploma (undergraduate certificate) conferred by the Senate of the University. A certificate allows you to gain knowledge in a particular field but does not lead to a bachelor’s.