An education from King’s expands your thinking and ignites your passion, fully preparing you for your professional and academic aspirations. Whatever your background, interests, or ambitions for the future, we’re committed to equipping every student to thrive in a complex and rapidly-changing world.
Fast Facts about King's
- King’s has provided world-class Christian education since 1979
- 98% of graduates are employed within two years of finishing their degree
- 96% of graduates feel confident in the quality of education at King’s
- A 15:1 student-faculty ratio promotes connections with professors
- 51 countries are represented in King’s international student population
- An average class size of 26 allows students to meaningfully participate in their learning
Humanities & Social Sciences
English (B.A. | Concentration | Minor)
Environmental Studies (Arts) (B.A.)
History (B.A. | Concentration | Minor)
Philosophy (3-year B.A. | Minor)
Politics, History & Economics (B.A.)
Psychology (B.A. | Concentration | Minor)
Social Sciences (3-year B.A.)
Sociology (B.A. | Concentration | Minor)
Theology (3-year B.A. | Minor)
Natural & Applied Sciences
Biology (B.Sc. | Concentration | Minor)
Chemistry (B.Sc. | Concentration | Minor)
Computing Science (B.Sc. | Concentration | Minor)
Environmental Studies (Science) (B.Sc.)
Interdisciplinary Science (B.Sc.)
Kinesiology (Concentration | Minor)
Mathematics (Concentration | Minor)
Business & Management
Some courses to explore
- PSYC 250 - Basic Psychological Processes
- ENVS 300 - Humankind and the Biosphere
- ENGL 329 - Stranger than Fiction: Literature And Film
- PHIL 339 - Philosophical Ethics
- POLI 327 - Public Policy Analysis
- THEO 378 - The Gospel According to Hollywood: Religion and Popular Culture
- ENGL 366 - Women's Writing Then and Now
- HIST 391 - The First World War
- HIST 390 - The Second World War
- Enjoy comfortable class sizes that promote an open and engaging atmosphere.
- Discuss causes of, and possible solutions to, social problems from a variety of perspectives and disciplines.
- Form relationships with professors who are experts in their field and genuinely care about you and your success
- Gain an understanding of contemporary conflicts, ideas, and policies.
- Enjoy access to cutting-edge equipment in fully-outfitted research laboratories.
- Study in programs that are recognized by the Association of the Chemical Profession of Alberta, Alberta Society of Professional Biologists, and ECO Canada.
- Acquire industry-ready skills with field experiences and internship placements.
- Work alongside your professors with summer research opportunities.
- Learn from professors that are actively engaged in relevant research projects such as chemical weapons disarmament, alpine forest regeneration, and rubber recycling.
Some courses to explore
- BUSI 420 - Business Ethics
- BUSI 365 - Business, Society and the Environment
- BUSI 369 - Commercial Law
- BUSI 335 - Consumer Behaviour
- BUSI 253 - Introduction to Financial Accounting
- BUSI 396 - Introduction to Marketing
- BUSI 341 - Small Business Start-up and Management
- BUSI 320 - Statistics for Business
- Broaden your experience with international study tours to Europe and Asia.
- Benefit from an emphasis on applied learning and skill development.
- Develop creative thinking, leadership, and communication skills through group projects and business case competitions.
- Build your resume and professional network with internships, work placements, and off-campus programs.
- Consider King's accounting concentration, recognized and accredited by Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada, meaning you can enter the CPA program directly after graduation.
- Take part in King’s weekly concert series, host your own recitals, and perform with friends in concert.
- Develop a deep appreciation for the physical qualities of music while honing your skills and natural talents.
- Study with respected musicians who want to see you succeed in your goals.
- Pursue a career in instruction with the Music Education or Piano Pedagogy streams.
- Add music to any degree program by taking music courses as electives or by adding a music minor.
Some courses to explore
- EDUC 152 - Classroom Theory and Practice
- EDUC 346 - Crisis Management In K-12
- EDUC 303 - The Philosophy and Design of Curriculum Planning
- EDUC 401 - Educational Administration
- EDUC 211 - Educational Strategies for Learning and Life
- EDUC 301 - Educational Learning Theories and Applications
- EDUC 567 - Religion in the Classroom
- Learn from master teachers who have extensive classroom and curriculum development experience.
- Learn in an authentic classroom environment with a cohort that you will be with throughout the program.
- Get a leg up by participating in practice interviews with local principals.
- Be mentored by professors and instructors who care about your learning.
- Experience King’s extended education practicum, which provides 17 weeks of real classroom experience. It’s one of the reasons our B.Ed. graduates are known to be capable, qualified, and prepared.
Anjalee Wijewardane – B.Sc. '22
“The Chemistry department at King’s is very tight-knit. I have been able to form close relationships with professors who care about their students’ academic, personal, and spiritual lives. I have made life-long relationships at King’s. Being an international student, the community helped me adjust to and embrace life in Canada.”
Wayne Prins – B.A. ‘03
“King’s equipped me for my role as CEO of CLAC and prepared me to make thousands of decisions throughout my career. We have to look to faith when responding to things happening around us—whether dealing with colleagues or speaking with political leaders.”
Dr. Caroline Lieffers – History
“How were people disabled during American expansion—through wars, conflict, and sickness? How have imperial powers used frameworks of disability to make people lessthan? I explore these questions in my research.”
Campus Life and Student Services
Events & Activities
From paintball fights to painting nights, student retreats to seasonal festivals, there is always something fun to see and do on campus or around the city of Edmonton.
Grow, pray, serve, and worship. Attend Wednesday chapel, join a small group, take part in prayer events, and join the ministry team to support spiritual growth.
King’s provides free and confidential professional counselling services for every student. Invest in your mental health and don’t hesitate to book an appointment with an on-campus psychologist.
Need guidance on deciding which program will best prepare you for your future? Unsure of which courses you need to register in? Each student is paired with a faculty advisor who can help you navigate your academic career.
Audition for one of King’s choirs. Share your creativity by contributing to our student fine arts publication. Take in a visiting art exhibit, student recital, or weekly Noon Tunes concert.
Join or start a club, write for the campus newspaper, or find a volunteer opportunity. Interested in student leadership? Become a Student Navigator or Residence Assistant.
Services and supports for those with documented physical or cognitive disabilities ensure that all students have the opportunity to thrive in their studies.
Everyone needs a leg up sometimes. Writing support, tutoring, university skills classes, and more are available to students through the Centre for Teaching and Learning.