Areas of Study
Innovative Education. Distinctive Programs.
We want your education to prepare you for life outside the classroom. That's why we strive to meet your needs with innovative programs, many of which are unique to this region.
MSVU offers undergraduate degrees in Arts, Science, Education and Professional Studies, as well as graduate programs, diplomas, certificates and co-operative education. As a regional leader in Distance Learning, we offers 190 credit courses and 15 programs via the Internet and other technologies, including televised broadcasts.
Faculty of Arts
Earn your Bachelor of Arts degree in Canadian Studies, Cultural Studies, Economics, English, French, History, History/Information Technology, Linguistics, Mathematics, Peace and Conflict Studies, Philosophy, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Political Studies, Psychology, Public Policy Studies, Religious Studies, Sociology/Anthropology, Spanish and Women's Studies.
Faculty of Science
Bachelor of Science students can study Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Psychology.
Faculty of Education
Study to become a teacher in the Bachelor of Education program in Elementary or Secondary Teacher Education.
Faculty of Professional Studies
You can study Applied Human Nutrition, Business Administration, Child and Youth Study, Family Studies and Gerontology, Information Technology, Public Relations, and Tourism and Hospitality Management.
MSVU was the first university in the Maritimes to offer co-operative education. Co-op is offered in Business Administration, History/Information Technology, Information Technology, Public Relations, Tourism and Hospitality Management, and Professional Writing and Rhetoric (Certificate). Employment authorizations (work permits) can be obtained for international students in co-op programs.
For complete program information on undergraduate, graduate, diploma, certificate and co-operative education programs, visit www.msvu.ca/programs.