The King’s University is committed to providing a supportive environment for all students to pursue an education and grow in their faith.


A King’s education expands your thinking and engages your passions, fully preparing you for future careers or graduate programs. We don’t shy away from tough questions and are committed to student success at every stage of your university experience.

You matter and belong at King’s. Whatever your background, interests or ambitions for the future, we promise that you will be equipped to thrive in a complex and rapidly-changing world.

King’s is conveniently located in Alberta’s capital city of Edmonton. The city features North America’s largest urban park system, a vibrant performing arts culture, music and theatre festivals, professional sports teams, and the world-famous West Edmonton Mall with over 800 stores, an amazing waterpark,and indoor amusement park. Interested in a day hike or weekend trip with friends? You’re only 30 minutes from Elk Island National Park and three hours from the Rocky Mountains.

For some weekend fun, downtown Edmonton, amazing restaurants, eclectic neighbourhoods, museums, galleries, brand new recreation centres, and the gorgeous North Saskatchewan River Valley are only minutes away by car, bus, bike, or on foot.

With the city as your campus and new friends to look forward to, your experience at King’s is sure to be memorable and exciting.


Humanities & Social Sciences

English  (Major | Concentration | Minor)
Environmental Studies (Arts)  (Major)
History  (Major | Concentration | Minor)
Philosophy  (Concentration)
Politics, History & Economics  (Major)
Psychology  (Major | Concentration | Minor)
Social Sciences  (Concentration)
Sociology  (Major | Concentration)
Theology  (Concentration)

Natural & Applied Sciences

Biology  (Major | Concentration | Minor)
Chemistry  (Major | Concentration | Minor)
Computing Science  (Major | Concentration | Minor)
Environmental Studies (Science)  (Major)
Interdisciplinary Science  (Major)
Kinesiology  (Concentration)
Mathematics  (Concentration)

Business & Management

Accounting  (Concentration)
Business  (Major | Minor)

Music Performance & Instruction

Music  (Major | Concentration | Minor)

Education After-Degree

Elementary Education  (Major)
Secondary Education  (Major)

Only available as minors

Canadian Studies
Christianity & Contemporary Culture
Communication Arts
Political Science




Making a difference in the world begins with understanding. We participate in economic, political, and social systems every day — taking a moment to consider other perspectives reveals how our daily activities impact others.

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  • Enjoy comfortable class sizes that promote an open and engaging atmosphere.
  • Participate in class discussions, research projects, group work, self-directed study, internships, and off-campus experiences.
  • Form relationships with professors who are experts in their field and genuinely care about you and your success.
  • Develop skills and knowledge that help to make a difference in the world.


A spirit of exploration is at the heart of scientific study. Advancements in technology and exciting new perspectives provide endless opportunities to observe the world with fresh eyes and  discover solutions to today’s most pressing issues.

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  • Enjoy access to cutting-edge equipment in fully outfitted research laboratories.
  • Industry accreditations from the Association of the Chemical Profession of Alberta, Alberta Society of Professional Biologists, and Eco Canada mean you can pursue your education with confidence.
  • Get out into the real world with off-campus learning and internship opportunities.
  • Acquire field-ready knowledge and skills.


Business is innovation and intuition. Knowing where to invest and when to save requires an understanding of the ever-changing global marketplace. Doing business with integrity demands an informed perspective.

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  • Learn from experienced professors and industry professionals.
  • Benefit from an emphasis on applied learning and skill development.
  • Have confidence in a program that is recognized and accredited by Chartered Professional Accountants Canada and the Canadian Institute of Management.
  • Take advantage of internships, work placements, and off-campus programs.


Music inspires and elevates the spirit. It’s deep and complex intricacies express the spectrum of human emotion in profoundly moving ways. Developing and sharing their skills, musicians enrich their own lives and the lives of others.

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  • Take part in King’s weekly concert series, host your own recitals, and perform in concert with King’s choral ensembles.
  • Develop a deep appreciation for the physical qualities of music while honing your applied skills and talents.
  • Study with respected musicians who want to see you succeed in your career.
  • Pursue a career in teaching in the Music Education or Piano Pedagogy streams.


Inspiring a life-long passion for learning and helping to form people of character are important tasks. Build the foundation of knowledge and skills you need to thrive in the challenging and rewarding calling of education.

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  • Learn from master teachers & professionals who have extensive classroom and curriculum development experience.
  • Gain classroom experience with extended practicum placements.
  • Participate in mock job interviews with local school administrators.
  • Be mentored by faculty who view education as a calling and who will support you as you prepare for your first teaching position.


Getting involved with research exposes you to the professional side of academics. King’s Community Engaged Research program partners with local organizations and non-profits to offer unique, real-world research opportunities to students. You may also consider working directly with professors on summer research and directed studies projects.

Experiential Learning

Many programs at King’s include internships, practicum placements, and hands-on learning. There are plenty of opportunities to take your education into the field.

Off-Campus and Study Abroad Programs

King’s off-campus and study abroad programs will take you to unforgettable destinations and introduce you to new people, organizations, businesses, and ways of making a difference.

Vocation and Career Counselling

Are you seeking clarity about what you want out of life? King’s new Centre for Career and Calling will help you uncover your gifts and get you started on a meaningful path.

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

“I look back on my time at King’s and see how it equipped me for my role as CEO of CLAC. My education challenged and prepared me to make thousands of decisions throughout the course of my career. We have to look to faith to understand how to respond to things happening around us, whether it's dealing with colleagues or speaking with political leaders.”

Dr. Caroline Lieffers – History

“How were people disabled in the course of American expansion — through wars, conflict and sickness? How have the United States and other imperial powers used frameworks of disability to make people seem less-than? These are some questions I explore in my research as there is an immense amount of power in discrimination.”












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.

Campus Ministries

Grow, pray, serve, and worship. Attend chapel, Refresh Worship Night, prayer events, and spiritual retreats. Join the ministry team to support spiritual growth on campus.

Student Counselling

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 our on-campus psychologists.

Academic Advising

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.

Fine Arts

Audition for a drama production or 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.

Get Involved

Join or start a club, write for the campus newspaper, volunteer, or become a student leader. Are you an international student? Join the International Student Program! There is a community here for you.

Accessibility Services

Services for students with documented disabilities ensure equitable opportunities for students to thrive and succeed, without diminishing academic expectations.

Learning Supports

Everyone needs a leg up sometimes. Writing support, tutoring, university skills classes, and more are available to students through the Academic Enrichment Centre.


On-campus residence provides you with spacious and comfortable living spaces, meal plan options, student lounges, and easy access to campus amenities.

Tower Residence

  • Single, double, or triple-occupancy rooms with an en-suite bathroom
  • Twin beds, wardrobes, workstations

Tower Suites

  • Two large bedrooms (double occupancy) with two en-suite bathrooms
  • Furnished living area and kitchenette
  • Twin XL beds, wardrobes, and workstations


  • Six bedrooms (single occupancy) and two bathrooms
  • Furnished living area and full kitchen
  • Twin beds, wardrobes, and workstations

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Student-athletes compete in the Alberta Colleges Athletics Conference (ACAC). As an Eagle you will develop your skills and character.

Eagles Athletics Teams (Men’s and Women’s)

  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Soccer/Futsal
  • Volleyball


Required for all

High School Average

  • 60% or higher


  • ELA 30-1

Three or more standard courses

Non-English Language

  • 30-Level Language
  • French 20 (9YR/6YR)

Social Studies

  • Social Studies 30-1
  • Aboriginal Studies 30


  • Mathematics 30-1
  • Mathematics 30-2
  • Mathematics 31


  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Physics 30
  • Science 30
  • 5 ADV-level CTS credits in Computing

Fine Arts

  • Art 30
  • Art 31
  • Dance 35
  • Drama 30
  • Choral Music 30
  • General Music 35
  • Instrumental Music 30

One or more additional course(s)

  • Any approved 5-credit 30-level course except for work experience and special projects
  • Any two 3-credit 30-level courses


Apply now to start your journey at King's. Our admissions team will guide you through the process, from completing your application to selecting your courses.