The Université de Sudbury is proud to announce a series of French-language programs in 4 major areas that will be offered to students starting in September 2025. Other programs will follow.

In total, the University will offer 23 programs and program options in the arts, social sciences, management/commerce and health sciences. Each will be built around the University of Sudbury’s Common Core Curriculum on Leadership, an exclusive and innovative skills-based program which aims to help students succeed in a diversified, complex and dynamic economy.

Derived from the strategic partnership between the UniversitĂ© de Sudbury and the University of Ottawa, these French-language programs will generally follow the unique one program, two degrees model. This value-added formula makes it possible for the university to deliver “by and for” governance, as well as offer students access to coveted degrees and program options.

Information regarding applications will follow later. Please check this page later for updates.

List of French-language programs and options that will be offered as of September 2025:

Management / Business Sciences

  • Honours Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) Honours—Project Management Option
  • Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.)—Human Resources Management Option
  • Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) Honours—Marketing Option
  • Minor in Management*
  • Certificate in Management*
  • Certificate in Human Resources*

Health Sciences

  • Bachelor of Health Sciences (BScSan) (Honours) in Health Sciences*
  • Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences (BScSan) in Health Sciences—Population and Public Health Option*
  • Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences (BSc) in Health Sciences—Integrated Health Biosciences Option*
  • Minor in Health Sciences*

Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with a major in History*
  • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with a major in French Literature*
  • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Interdisciplinary Studies*
  • Minor in leadership
  • Minor in Applied Ethics
  • Minor in Geography*
  • Minor in History*
  • Minor in French Literature*
  • Minor in Economics*
  • Minor in Political Science*
  • Minor in Humanities
  • Minor in Social Sciences

Asterisks indicate access to the equivalent University of Ottawa degree.