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Program Overview

The Bachelor of Arts in General Studies at York University is an interdepartmental program allowing students to build their own degree plan based on interests that may not be met by any single major or department. General Studies majors combine primary and secondary concentrations with their electives to create a tailor-made degree. The primary and secondary areas of concentration must be taken from different departments.

The Bachelor of Arts in General Studies is a great program for students who are transferring in credits and/or are wanting to include credits from other college programs to engage in degree completion.

If you have questions about the Bachelor's of General Studies or would like to schedule a tour of the major, please contact our team at




English Composition - 2 Courses

Artistic Expression (Music or Art) - 1 Course

Communications/Speech - 1 Course

Literature - 1 Course

Cultural Perspective - 1 Course

History - 1 Course

Human Behavior - 1 Course

Religious Studies - 6 Courses (at least 2 upper level)

Math - 1 Course

Science - 1 Course

Primary Concentration (Business or Psychology) - 10 Courses or 30 credits

Secondary Concentration (Biblical Studies, Business, or Psychology) - 6 Courses or 18 Credits

General Electives - Approximately 8 Courses to reach 120 Credits

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