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UNB Fredericton

Arts

<ref>Departmentalized Faculty</ref>
Anthropology
Classics and Ancient History
Culture and Language Studies
Economics
English
French
History
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Sociology

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Business Administration

<ref>Non departmentalized Faculty</ref>

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Computer Science

<ref>Departmentalized Faculty</ref>

Computer Science at UNB began in the form of individual courses offered under the auspices of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. Credit and non-credit computing courses were developed in parallel with the expansion of computing facilities during the 1960s. A computing centre was established in 1964 and the Department of Computer Science followed in 1968/69.

The newly created Department provided undergraduate courses but also offered a Masters Degree program specifically in Computer Science. The first Master of Science in Computer Science graduated in 1970. The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree program was established soon after, in 1972. In recognition of its growth, the Department became the School of Computer Science in 1974. The School’s Co-operative Education program became operational in May 1982 and soon after received accreditation from the Canadian Association for Co-operative Education (CAFCE). A PhD program was added to the offerings of the School of Computer Science in 1986/87.

In 1990, the School was made into the first Computer Science faculty in Canada. In 2000, the Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering was established as a joint undergraduate program with the Faculty of Engineering. The Bachelor of Information Systems was established in 2007.

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Education

<ref>Non departmentalized Faculty</ref>

Education

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Engineering

<ref>Departmentalized Faculty</ref>
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

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Forestry and Environmental Management

<ref>Non departmentalized Faculty</ref> Forestry and Environmental Management

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Law

<ref>Non departmentalized Faculty</ref>

Law

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Nursing

<ref>Non departmentalized Faculty</ref>

Nursing 

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Science

<ref>Departmentalized Faculty</ref>
Biology
Chemistry
Earth Sciences
Mathematics and Statistics
Physics

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Renaissance College

<ref>Non departmentalized College</ref>


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School of Graduate Studies

<ref>Non departmentalized School</ref>

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UNB Saint John

Arts

<ref>Departmentalized Faculty</ref>

Department of Biology (see Science, Applied Science and Engineering)
Department of History and Politics
Department of Humanities and Languages
Department of Mathematical Sciences (see Science, Applied Science and Engineering)
Department of Psychology
Department of Social Science

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Business

<ref>Non departmentalized Faculty</ref>

Bachelor of Applied Management
Bachelor of Business Administration

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Science, Applied Science and Engineering

<ref>Departmentalized Faculty</ref>

Department of Biology
Chemistry <ref>Bi-Campus Department</ref>
Department of Computer Science and Applied Statistics
Department of Engineering
Geology <ref>Bi-Campus Department</ref>
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Department of Nursing and Health Sciences
Physics <ref>Bi-Campus Department</ref>

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