The Calendar is a comprehensive guide to all programs, courses, services, and policies at the University of British Columbia. The Calendar also serves as a record of many University academic policies and procedures. The online Calendar is the official Calendar. Changes are incorporated online at intervals throughout the year.
Better learning, better access and a better student experience: there are plenty of benefits to UBC’s increasingly flexible approach to teaching and learning.
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Engaging the best minds in pursuit of greater human understanding, pioneering new discoveries, and service to society.
A dual degree program allows academically outstanding students to similtaneously pursue two separate degree programs, often saving time and money.
MD Anderson Library offers offers over 117,000 square feet of space designed for productivity, creativity and collaboration.
- Research and scholarship: Experience the challenge and excitement of original discovery and creation.
- Collaboration and creative activity: Collaborate with faculty and other undergraduate and graduate students to solve problems and achieve goals.
- Community engagement: Apply lessons learned, serve neighbors in need and carry out the principles of social justice and ethical conduct.
- Global awareness and education: Embrace study abroad opportunities to broaden perspectives. USD consistently ranks at the top in the nation for study abroad participation.
In an environment of collaboration across disciplines, our students are challenged to question and expand their knowledge in the classroom and beyond through:
It’s your move. Accounting, biology, or architecture. Explore environmental studies and geography or mix material and product studies, philosophy, and economics. With more than 300 undergraduate programs and more than 80 graduate subject areas, we can help prepare you for life. And a lifetime of careers.
A professional law school with a drive for positive change, we thrive on faculty and student engagement, a commitment to solving problems, helping people, and groundbreaking research.