The Honors Specialization is designed for students who want to take a deeper dive into the subject matter and focus intensively on better understanding how various economic factors influence human life.
The Major in Accounting is for students who want to lay the groundwork for future accountancy studies yet pursue another subject interest. Must be combined with a second non-MOS Major in an Honors degree.
An Economics Major will provide a strong foundation in economic concepts and tools. The required and elective courses will help students develop the capacity to apply these concepts tangibly within local and global economies. Students will learn how economics influences humanity, as well as how to affect economic change through public policy.
These modules may be combined with the study of another discipline as part of an Honors Double Major degree.
Study the most valued literature in English alongside cultural works that lie beyond traditionally celebrated authors. Engage with popular culture such as young adult fiction, digital writing, graphic novels, lyrics, comic books, and film.
Take advantage of the opportunity to explore what constitutes "English" literature, as you examine global literatures and narratives in the English language alongside those from the U.K., Ireland, and North America.
Learn what your time at Huron will look like, as you explore the authors and narratives that have changed, and are continuing to transform, our incredibly complex world.
Our Finance Major has been designed to position students as thought-leaders in this ever-changing and growing area of business. Students who choose to pursue this major will gain in-depth knowledge regarding finance theory, financial institutions, analysis and risk management.
Broaden and deepen your knowledge of the French language and culture. Intensively study French grammar, linguistics, speech and so much more. Analyze some of the most major and influential French texts, while being taught the essential skills of literary analysis in a second language.
Sharpen your understanding of the major aspects of French and Francophone literatures and cultures, their particular histories as well as their relationship to the larger discipline of arts and humanities.
Deepen your understanding of the world by seeing it through another perspective with the ability to understand the complex nuances of another language.
After first year, students can explore more specific issues such as: advanced language, francophone literature and cinema, comics and graphic novels, translation, children’s literature.
From broad surveys of History through to highly specialized topics of interest, History at Huron will teach you how to distinguish between the two and better understand which aspects of human nature and nurture are responsible for shaping history.
This program will lead you on an exploration of philosophical figures and ideologies - from introductory courses through to a refined understanding of the most influential concepts surrounding human nature, behaviour, government, leadership and much more.
Human wealth, the activity of buying and selling property and the distribution of power and resources significantly affects our day-to-day lives - both at the level of the individual, as well as our societies more broadly. Study how major philosophical minds define and analyze philosophical questions relevant to commerce, globalization, economics and the ethical practices surrounding these human activities and motivations.