What’s after CAP?

What’s after CAP?

CAP students can choose to Major in any area available to all mainstream students, or transfer to other faculties, schools, or institutions.


CAP provides an excellent foundation for study across a range of disciplines, degrees, faculties, schools, and institutions.

CAP students can choose to Major in any area available to all mainstream students, or transfer to other faculties, schools, or institutions.

Here is an image of the various majors CAP students went on to do, from 2010-2019. Please see here for a list of the UBC department 4-letter codes and what they stand for.

The most common majors for CAP students from 2010-2019 were: Psychology (PSYC), Political Science (POLI), Sociology (SOCI), International Relations (INTR), Geography (GEOG), Economics (ECON), History (HIST), and English (ENGL).

CAP offers students a positive and encouraging transition into university in small groups of first-year students, after which students move into the mainstream curriculum with the academic tools and skill sets they require to enjoy and excel at university.

Arts Co-op is an excellent employee placement program open to students in 2nd year.  Visit the Arts Co-op website for more information about what they have to offer.