Faculty Admission Requirements
All applicants to undergraduate studies in the Faculty of Arts must satisfy the Faculty’s undergraduate admission requirement, which consists of KPU’s undergraduate English proficiency requirement.
Open-Intake Areas of Study
Applicants for open intake admission may identify intended areas of study from among the following:
- Asian Studies
- Creative Writing
- Fine Arts
- General Studies
- Indigenous Community Justice
- Language and Cultures
- NGOs & Nonprofit Studies
- Policy Studies
- Political Science
Applicants who do not designate an intended area of study will be identified as Exploratory .
Limited-intake programs have a limit on the maximum number of students admitted per application cycle. Refer to the Admission Requirements section in individual program pages for details:
Applicants who satisfy both the program and Faculty undergraduate admission requirements will be offered admission to the Faculty with direct entry into the designated limited-intake program, as space permits. If space does not permit, such applicants will be offered open-intake admission to undergraduate studies in the Faculty.
Applicants to limited-intake programs who meet Faculty undergraduate admission requirements but who do not satisfy limited-intake program admission requirements will be offered open intake admission to undergraduate studies in the Faculty.
Pathway to Undergraduate Studies
Applicants who are unable to satisfy the undergraduate Faculty admission requirement may be eligible for admission to the Faculty’s pathway program. See Pathway to Undergraduate Studies for more information.