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Biology is the science of living organisms and their interactions with the world around us. Through a balanced curriculum of work in the classroom, the field, and the lab, studying Biology at StFX will give you an understanding of the structure and function of living things - from the cell to global ecological systems.
Climate & Environment
The best people to address environmental issues, from local waste management to global climate justice, are ones who have a solid grasp of societal dynamics as well as rigorous scientific analysis. The Bachelor of Arts and Science in Climate and Environment is an interdisciplinary program that fosters critical thinking and problem solving. You’ll take courses in the arts and sciences, providing you with a wide-ranging perspective on the dynamics of climate and environmental issues.
Business Intelligence and Analytics
Data analysts use a mix of best practices, specialized technology, and creative problem solving to derive actionable insights from diverse data sources. These insights help businesses become more agile, strategic, and competitive.
Entrepreneurship is a dynamic program. Students develop new venture plans and pitches, social ventures, and global initiatives. Our students participate in pitch competitions at Schwartz and abroad to develop their business models, raise financing, and network with industry.
Entrepreneurship and Human Nutrition
This five-year, two-degree option provides an opportunity for students to study business and nutrition. The business component focuses on the study and practice of entrepreneurship and the nutrition component focuses on food and nutrition science.
Bachelor of Education
Our two-year B.Ed. program integrates teaching, research, and service within an innovative learning environment. You’ll learn from professors who are themselves accomplished educators.
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About Art Visual Art is a powerful means of communicating social, political, and spiritual ideologies. Our goal in the Art Department is to teach StFX students the importance of understanding images. From the history of art, spanning centuries of artistic achievement to contemporary self-expression in the studio, StFX offers students an exciting learning environment led by art historians and...
The Humanities Colloquium is a unique first-year experience in the Faculty of Arts that provides an interdisciplinary introduction to Western civilization through the great books of our culture. If you’re interested in studying literature, history, and philosophy in small classes where debate and discussion is encouraged, the Humanities Colloquium might be right for you.
The Bachelor of Arts and Science in Health is a four-year undergraduate degree that prepares students for further study or careers in the field of health. You will take core courses in Health and from a variety of disciplines across the university, including Biology, Psychology, Sociology, Chemistry, and potentially Political Science, Human Kinetics, History and many more. The result is a well-rounded and contemporary education about health.
Public Policy and Governance
Public policy and governance systems shape our everyday lives in profound ways. Complex societal problems require good governance and the development of effective policies. Often, this involves close collaboration between a wide array of actors inside and outside of government.
As a StFX Human Kinetics student, you’ll pursue a 4-year program that focuses on the human body and its intricacies relating to movement. The program includes a wide variety of academic and skill-based courses as well as community engagement opportunities. As such, our graduates emerge well-rounded and prepared for further education or kinetics-based careers.
Known simply as the central science, every scientific field necessitates an understanding of chemistry. Chemistry helps broaden our understanding of the world and how it operates. As a StFX Chemistry student, you will evolve academically under the instruction of award-winning professors who will work closely with you to help achieve your goals and create an exciting learning environment.
The International Business program includes an option to complete an international exchange at one of our global partner institutions. This immersion experience helps students develop adaptability, communication skills, cultural intelligence, and a global mindset.
Enterprise Systems are large and sophisticated IT systems that support the key business activities, information, technology, and data requirements of an entire organization. Enterprise Systems are comprised of state-of-the-art technologies used by large global companies, such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Business Intelligence, and Artificial Intelligence.
Management and Leadership
Our Management & Leadership program is nationally accredited by the Canadian Institute of Management. The program offers dynamic learning experiences which often challenge business as usual. Course instruction draws from a wide range of engaging methods, including service learning projects in community organizations, film and case analysis, debates, simulations, guest lectures, virtual teams, and field trips.
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The English Department at StFX is characterized by an effort to fuse current research with excellence in teaching to offer students courses and degree patterns that foreground the historical diversity and contemporary value of the broad skill set an English degree offers. With English, students can develop their communication, research, and writing skills all through the lens of fascinating literature across a host of periods, genres, and mediums.
In the StFX History Department, you can count on distinguished historians to offer you excellence in teaching and historical scholarship. The department offers fascinating courses on themes such as war, empire, myth and memory, religion, gender, sexuality and race. Taking courses in history will prepare you to be an engaged and informed citizen and provide you with a variety of marketable skills for today’s job market - from analytic thinking to communication and research expertise.
Economics explores issues of central importance to the human condition at the local, national and global levels. These issues include unemployment, inflation, poverty and inequality, pollution and environmental degradation, sustainable economic development, depletion of fish stocks and other resources, international economic interactions, budget deficits and national debts.