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St. Mary's University

St. Mary's University

www.stmu.ca

St. Mary’s University (StMU) is an innovative teaching and research university that provides affordable, accredited and highly valued degrees in Liberal Arts, Sciences, and Education.

Located on a historic site in Calgary, Alberta, StMU inspires students to combine academics with a passionate commitment to ethics, social justice and respect for diversity of opinion and belief. St. Mary’s has 1025 full and part-time students, 80 full and part-time faculty, and an average class size of 25.

St. Mary's offers the following programs of study:
- Bachelor of Education (Elementary and Secondary)

- Bachelor of Arts in English (3 or 4 year)

- Bachelor of Arts in General Studies (3 year)

- Bachelor of Arts in History (3 or 4 year)

- Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies (4 year)

- Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (3 or 4 year)

- Bachelor of Arts in Social Justice and Catholic Studies (4 year)

- Bachelor of Science in Biology (4 year)

- Diploma in Entrepreneurship and Social Responsibility (2 year)

- Certificate in Catholic Educational Leadership

- Diploma in Religious Education

- Diploma in Ministry

St. Mary's also offers university transfer courses in arts, business, management and the sciences. A sense of community is a defining characteristic of the University. Students have the opportunity to participate in campus ministry, campus recreation, wellness programs, social justice initiatives and athletics programs. The campus is located adjacent to Fish Creek Provincial Park in south Calgary and is easily accessed by public transportation. Campus tours can be arranged at any time of the year by emailing visitus@stmu.ca.

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Enrolment Services Office
14500 Bannister Road S.E.
Calgary, Alberta, T2X1Z4, Canada

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Applications

Application Date

First Day Applications Accepted
October 1

Last Day Applications Accepted

April 30 Arts and Science Programs Spring/Summer Term
July 1 Education Programs Fall Term (for following year)
August 1 Arts and Science Programs Fall Term (for following year)
December 31 Arts and Science Programs Winter Term (for following year)

 

Standard Admission Requirements

Applicants applying directly from high school will have graduated from high school and must have achieved a minimum of a 65% average on 5 specific 30-level subjects including English 30-1. The full list of academic subjects is available in our academic calendar. Other admissions categories include: post-secondary, mature, international and visiting standing.

Standard First-Year Admission Requirements
stmu.ca/admission-requirements

 

 

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