The Associate of Arts Degree at LaSalle College Vancouver is a dynamic way to earn credits toward a university degree while exploring your interests and gaining a broad foundation of knowledge. This is Vancouver’s quickest and most affordable Associate of Arts degree, starting at $12,000 for domestic students and at $15,000 for international students*
60 credits 2-year program or accelerated 12-month program (in 4 quarters)
This Degree is offered under the written consent of the Minister of Advanced Education, Skills & Training.
All courses are available on-campus within an engaging and collaborative atmosphere.
For the April and July 2022 intakes, most courses offer an option for online or blended delivery through our interactive digital learning platforms.
The goal of this program is to prepare students with the knowledge, skills, and experiences that are foundational to be successful in pursuing an undergraduate degree in the Arts, Humanities, Social and Natural Sciences.
The Associate of Arts degree at LaSalle College Vancouver prepares graduates for further study in a Faculty of Arts bachelor’s degree program at one of British Columbia’s universities. The program provides students a comprehensive liberal arts education in a supportive and nurturing learning environment, and supports the development of strong critical thinking, communication and research skills sought after by employers.
Attractive bursaries up to $13,500 ($225.00/credit registered) are available for domestic students and $18,000 ($300.00/credit registered) for international students, based on 60 credits.
Bursaries are awarded on a quarterly basis and eligible to be renewed if the students maintains a minimum 2.4 GPA each quarter as well as a minimum course load of four courses (12 credits)* and **.
Bursaries are not refundable or transferable across programs. They can only be used for tuition.*Exceptions to the course load requirement are made if a student has a documented learning accommodation requirement. **Bursaries will be honoured if course load is less than 12 credits, and it is the student’s final quarter needed for program completion. See all details.