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Bachelor of Arts English
Ambrose University offers an education that is unique and personable. As an institution, we offer not only higher learning but cultivate a higher purpose as well. Ambrose understands that wisdom and belonging are just as important as knowledge and we offer this learning in a uniquely welcoming and nurturing Christian environment. As a result, graduates leave, not only with a degree, but having gone through a rich academic experience and having developed a better-shaped view of life. They leave, believing in something bigger than themselves, and a desire to contribute meaningfully to the world. This outlook doesn't just make graduates better job candidates, but better people, partners, parents, friends, and citizens that strive to make the world better.
- 40-acre campus including Academic Centre, Residence, Library, Gymnasium and Residence and Education Centre
- One-on-one interaction with professors and peers, in diverse classroom settings, averaging 18 students
- Over 920 students enrolled
- ACAC varsity athletics in basketball, volleyball, and soccer
- Rigorous academic programs relevant to today's employers and tomorrow's careers
- Opportunities to grow academically and spiritually, through service learning practicums and internships, offered both locally and internationally
150 Ambrose Circle SW
Calgary, Alberta, T3H0L5, Canada
Program Type Bachelor's
Credential Type Degree
Length 4 Years
- Part Time Only
- Cooperative Education
- Continuing Education
- Distance Learning
Five grade 12-level courses including ENG 30 or ELA 30-1 with a minimum overall average of 60% on the five courses. See detailed admissions requirements at www.ambrose.edu. Form a strong foundation in literature, literary theory, and writing. Study British, Canadian, American, and world literatures. Think critically about literature, language, and culture. Learn to write with judgment, clarity, and imagination.
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Updated January 17, 2023. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.
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