What program is right for you?
Choosing what to study in university can feel like you have to choose what you want to do with the rest of your life before you’ve even begun to figure out who you are. Start by looking at these common characteristics students in each Faculty often share. We know you'll find something that sparks your interest!
Dalhousie's Faculty of Agriculture is located on our Agricultural Campus in Truro, Nova Scotia. Our whole campus is a classroom and is home to a working farm, almost 1,000 acres of research fields, gardens and greenhouses and more!
The Faculty of Architecture and Planning at Dalhousie University offers two undergraduate degree programs. As a small faculty, you’ll be on a first-name basis with your professors and receive one-on-one support from our staff.
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences encompases the arts, humanities and social sciences. As the oldest and one of the largest faculties at Dalhousie, we offer thousands of courses within our 35 academic programs!
Dalhousie University's Faculty of Computer Science is the premier research institution in Information Technology in Atlantic Canada. From oceans to healthcare, information communications technology to aerospace, our students are using their skills to make an impact!
Built on a solid 100-year foundation, the Faculty of Engineering goes beyond traditional classroom education. Our professors provide students with real-world experience through participation in faculty research projects. Such collaboration gives students the vast set of skills necessary to become leaders.
Dalhousie’s Faculty of Health is incredibly diverse, offering the largest number of professional health programs in Canada. Plus, our researchers are part of a vibrant community pioneering innovative solutions to global health problems!
The Faculty of Management is home to two distinct undergraduate degree programs: Management and Commerce. You'll develop valuable skills, gain workplace experience, build a network of professional contacts and more!
The Faculty of Science is Dalhousie University's largest faculty. It's home to eight departments, 18 undergraduate programs and over 4,000 undergraduate and graduate students combined.