University of Waterloo Faculty of Arts

University of Waterloo Faculty of Arts

The Faculty of Arts is one of six faculties at the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.


The faculty presently houses sixteen academic departments and the School of Accountancy.

Academic Departments:Anthropology, Classical Studies, Drama and Speech Communication, Economics, English Language and Literature, Fine Arts, French Studies, Germanic and Slavic Studies, History, Independent Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology, Spanish and Latin American Studies.

The Faculty of Arts offers seven undergraduate entry programs, over thirty majors and more than 400 degree options.


The Faculty of Arts is home to sixteen research centres, including:

The Centre for Accounting Research and Education (CARE), Canadian Centre of Arts and Technology (CCAT), The Canadian Language & Literacy Research Network, The UW Centre for Child Studies, The Canadian Centre for Cultural Innovation (CCCI), The Centre for Cultural Management (CCM), The Early Childhood Education Centre (ECEC), The Centre for Election Studies, The Centre for Advanced Studies in Finance, The Centre on Foreign Policy and Federalism (CFPF), The Centre for Learning and Teaching Through Technology (LT3), The Southwestern Ontario Research Data Centre (SWORDC), The Survey Research Centre (SRC), Synaesthesia Research Centre, The Waterloo Centre for German Studies (WCGS), Waterloo Decision Research (WDR).

In 2006, the Faculty of Arts announced the opening of its newest research centre - The UW Centre for Mental Health Research.

External links

* [ Faculty of Arts website]
* [ School of Accountancy]

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