Program Length: 3 to 3.5 years

Location: Labrador campus of Memorial University of Newfoundland

Admissions Req:
General Admission to Memorial University of Newfoundland and having a high school degree with an overall average of 70% or higher. Must also indicate Bachelor of Arctic and Subarctic Interdisciplinary Studies at the Labrador Campus on undergraduate application

Do you want to live and learn on the homelands of Innu and Inuit in Labrador? Are you looking for a degree that combines classroom-based learning with on-the-land and experiential opportunities? Then the Bachelor of Arctic and Subarctic Interdisciplinary Studies (BASIS) program is for you! This innovative undergraduate program, housed within the School of Arctic and Subarctic Studies, offers two distinct pathways: the BASIS General Degree and the BASIS Honours Degree.

Whether you’re interested in exploring classroom teachings, venturing into the wilderness for on-the-land experiences, or engaging in experiential learning, BASIS offers a comprehensive approach to education. Spanning 3 to 3.5 years, the curriculum includes 12 modules of classroom and outdoor learning, plus extra self-directed study. With fall semester intake deadlines approaching, including a priority deadline of March 1 and a preferred deadline of July 16, seize the opportunity to embark on this transformative academic journey. Learn more about BASIS and start your journey today!

Cost: All Memorial University undergraduate programs follow the same tuition model 

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