Language and memory
The Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences is known for its professors’ unwavering focus on French influences in North America and their extensive knowledge of this field, so vital to the dissemination of French and Québec culture.
Faculty departments explore language, culture, and memory in all their dimensions, including archaeology, archival management, film, communication, ethnology, classical studies, history, art history, linguistics, literature, theatre, translation, journalism, museology, and public relations.
Highly active in the Francophonie, the Faculty is resolutely global in its outlook and has incorporated the international profile into many of its programs. It also offers a bachelor’s degree in international studies and modern languages, as well as a graduate degree in international journalism. In addition, the Faculty hosts the vibrant School of Languages, where 11 languages are taught in addition to French.
The Faculty’s thirty-odd research centres, chairs, and institutes, as well as the solid expertise of its professors attract numerous master’s and doctoral students.