Unpaid debts to the University must be cleared before registration in a subsequent semester may be permitted. Other services may also be withheld for outstanding debts to the University.
Emily Carr is a public post-secondary university, as designated under the University Act of the Province of British Columbia. The University is approved to grant four-year undergraduate Bachelor of Design and Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Media Arts degrees. Undergraduate Degrees are four years in length requiring 120 credit hours. Degree requirements are outlined on the University’s website. The University also offers a Master of Fine Arts degree and a Master of Design degree. A Master of Digital Media degree is also offered in collaboration with UBC, SFU and BCIT.
Senior students may propose a course of independent study supervised by a Regular Faculty member. Applicants must have completed first and second year studies and have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher to be considered. Directed Studies applications are available from Academic Advising in Student Services. Applications must be submitted before the add/drop deadline in any semester.
Use or possession of any illegal substance is a criminal offense. Anyone found to be using an illegal substance on campus or within campus grounds will face disciplinary action, which may include suspension or dismissal.