Plus de services
The King’s University College
Adresse: 9125 - 50 Street N.W, T6B 2H3, Edmonton, Canada
Téléphone: (780) 465-8334
Site internet: http://www.kingsu.ca
COMMERCE - ECONOMIE - COMPTABILITE, RESSOURCES HUMAINES, INFORMATIQUE - TELECOMS, LANGUES, DROIT - SCIENCES POLITIQUES, MUSIQUE, SCIENCES PHYSIQUES - CHIMIE - BIOLOGIE, SCIENCES HUMAINES ET SOCIALES, SPORT
High School Certificate
- Formation en Commerce - economie - comptabilite -> Fiche formation
- Formation en Ressources humaines -> Fiche formation
- Formation en Informatique - telecoms -> Fiche formation
- Formation en Langues -> Fiche formation
- Formation en Droit - sciences politiques -> Fiche formation
- Formation en Musique -> Fiche formation
- Formation en Sciences physiques - chimie - biologie -> Fiche formation
- Formation en Sciences humaines et sociales -> Fiche formation
- Formation en Sport -> Fiche formation
Located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, The King's University College is a member of the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) and of the Association of Universities and Colleges in Canada (AUCC). The King's degrees are accredited under the Post-Secondary Learning Act of Alberta.
A Christian undergraduate university founded in 1979, The King's University College offers three- and four-year Bachelor degrees in the arts, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and commerce, as well as a two-year Bachelor of Education after-degree. Students can enrol in over 300 courses in 20 disciplines, with 12 major concentration areas.
Currently The King's University College has over 630 students enrolled in Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Education programs. The King's accepts academically qualified students of all faiths into its programs. Thanks to the University College’s size, classes are relatively small and students are able to interact on a personal level with professors. Students also have the opportunity to participate in faculty research projects. In recent years, The King’s commitment to a culture of research has resulted in a number of student presentations at national and international academic conferences, as well as student-authored academic publications.