UTP Stage II: Arts is equivalent to the first year of University of Manitoba’s Bachelor of Arts degree. When you progress* to the second year of the degree program, you can choose from many areas in which to specialize, including economics, linguistic, philosophy, psychology and sociology.
Available first year courses
- Critical Thinking
- Cultural Anthropology
- Introduction to Psychology
- Introduction to University
- Literary Topics
- Political Studies
Second year of your University of Manitoba degree
Bachelor of Arts
- Classical Studies
- German and Slavic Studies
- Icelandic Studies
- Native Studies
- Political Studies
- Asian Studies
- Canadian Studies
- Catholic Studies
- Central and East European Studies
- Film Studies
- Global Political Economy
- History of Art
- International Studies
- Labour Studies
- Latin American Studies
- Medieval and Renaissance Studies
- Ukrainian Canadian Heritage Studies
- Women’s & Gender Studies
University of Manitoba Arts program facts
- First of it’s kind in Canada, the Faculty of Arts is home to the Centre of Creative Writing and Oral Culture.
- The region’s largest research-intensive university
Employment and career options
An undergraduate program in Arts can lead to career opportunities in communication, business, government, politics, social services education or public service. An Arts degree allows you to develop skills and a broad knowledge base that can apply to many different careers.
Public Relations Officer:
Average starting salary C$30,000
Average salary C$47,200:
** Source: Manitoba Career Planning Guide 2012.
Entry Requirement: BEHS, GCE 'O' level, IB, Grade 12, IELTS 5.5
Intakes: January, May, September
Course Duration: 3 terms
University of Manitoba is Western Canada’s first university. Founded more than 140 years ago, and located in the heart of the country, we are the region’s largest and only research intensive university offering over 100 academic programs, including professional disciplines such as medicine, law and engineering.