FACULTY OF LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES
AND SCHOOL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences courses explore the theories and ideas informing art and design practice, providing an historical and critical dimension to studio work in art and design.
Curriculum covers a broad range of disciplines, from Visual Culture to the Natural Sciences, and forms the academic core of every degree program at OCAD University.
The Faculty facilitates degree transfer for current students and degree conversion for alumni, offering a host of courses students can use to complete a Bachelor of Fine Arts or a Bachelor of Design. These include English (ENGL), Humanities (HUMN), Social Sciences (SOSC) and Science/Technology/Mathematics (SCTM).
Courses in History and Theory of Visual Culture (VISC) offer students the opportunity to explore historical, social, aesthetic, philosophical and other issues related to the fields of art and design. Courses in other fields of study provide students with a broad overview of various disciplines.
Collectively, Liberal Arts & Sciences courses will develop your written communication abilities and your capacity for analysis and critical thinking. Individually, they’ll challenge you to inform your art and design practice with new theoretical perspectives and diverse methodologies.
The Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences and
School of Interdisciplinary Studies Office
Suite 315, 3rd floor of 100 McCaul St.
Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
416-977-6000, Ext. 372
Kathryn Shailer, Dean
Eric Nay, Associate Dean
Robin Kingsburgh, Interim Associate Dean
Craig Porter, Office Manager
Elizabeth Clydesdale, Assistant to the Dean
Carlina Chen, Assistant
Farrah Aslam, Assistant
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