Anthropology is the study of humankind in all places and all times.
Chair: Marie Hopwood

Community Planning offers a Master's degree for those seeking to enter the planning profession.
Chair: Pam Shaw

Criminology is the study of crime and the criminal justice system.
Chair: Scott Brodie

Geography is the study of places and how things manifest in spatial terms.
Chair: Michele Patterson

Geographic Information Systems offers an Advanced Diploma and a Master's degree for those seeking to enter professions which employ these systems.
Chair: Michele Patterson

Global Studies is the study of the causes, effects, and responses to globalization.
Chair: Laura Suski

Liberal Studies is the critical study of the “big ideas” of Western culture and beyond.
Chair: David Livingstone

Philosophy is the study of ideas and the art of reflection and reasoning.
Chair: Carolyn Swanson

Political Studies is the study of the fundamental principles of social and political life.
Chair: Jocelyne Praud

Psychology is the scientific study of behaviour and the individual mind.
Chair: Deborah Matheson 

Sociology is the study of how people interact with each other and society.
Chair: Sylvie Lafrenière