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Laurentian University

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Laurentian University was incorporated on March 28, 1960, is a mid-sized bilingual university in Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. At Laurentian, the added flexibility of customizing your degree to include concentrations, minors, majors and specializations allows students to differentiate themselves in the workforce. The extra credits in the speciality of choice can often be the determinant factor in the hiring process. By providing these options, Laurentian sets the stage for successful graduates who are passionate about their future. Laurentian offers dynamic and unique undergraduate programs. Several options allow you to choose and combine program offerings for a multidisciplinary experience. Numerous programs offer hands-on experience, field work and co-op placements. Explore the various programs for which you have an interest. After all, this may well be the most important decision of your life. Students who choose to pursue their studies in Arts and/or Science can graduate with a bachelor of arts or a bachelor of science with one of the following degree combinations from various disciplines. Electives are a great way to explore areas of interest and expand on your career options.

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