Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Arts Community Studies in Folklore in Cape Breton University

Last Updated on April 13, 2021 by West Highlander

Cape Breton University

Campus: Nova Scotia

Duration: 4 years

Intake: September

*Fee: CAD$8,476.00 (4, 36,419) per year

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Description:

CBU is the only University that offers course in Folklore. Through this, the student gets to be the participant in the societies and subcultures and their activities. In the study of folklore, the student gets to know about the beliefs, music, stories, crafts, rituals, customs and different ideologies which they learn about through the direct or interpersonal communication.

The Structure of the Program:

  • General Degree- 3 years
  • Major Degree- 4 years
  • Double Major
  • Area Major
  • Minor
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    Career Outcomes:

  • Educator
  • Researcher
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    Eligibility Criteria:

    Academics

    The students who’ve completed 12th may take up Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Arts of Community Studies in Folklore to understand folklore via communication.

    English Proficiency Score

    1. IELTS: Overall Band Score 6.5 not less than 6.0
    2. TOEFL: iBT 80, pBT 550, cBT 213

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