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In the Faculty of Arts and Science, we encourage you to explore programs outside of your Major and make connections based on your interests and experience. We want to give you control over your education, which is why we provide not only numerous programs to choose from, but the ability to combine concentrations, allowing you the greatest flexibility when it comes to personalizing your education.

Our Campuses

Concordia University is located on two campuses in Montreal, one downtown (Sir George Williams – map) and one in the west end of the city (Loyola Campus – map).

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The Faculty of Arts and Science has departments on both campuses and administrative offices on the Loyola Campus. There you will also find most of the science departments as well as Journalism, Communication Studies and Applied Human Sciences. The Loyola Campus also boasts the Vanier Library, residences, a renowned concert hall (The Oscar Peterson Concert Hall) and athletics and recreation facilities, all located on a vibrant campus filled with ample green space.

The Sir George Williams Campus is located in downtown Montreal. It is a vibrant mixture of academic facilities (The Birks Student Service Center, The Webster Library, the Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery, the Grey Nuns Residence) and public amenities. Here you will find most of the humanities and social science departments.

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