St. Thomas University (CAN)

51 Dineen Drive, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada | Public University | Established 1910

About us

Welcome to St. Thomas University - the small university of big opportunities! We believe smaller is better. Our small size is the reason we are able to give each one of our students a big university experience full of opportunity.

Located in Fredericton, New Brunswick, St. Thomas is a small, primarily undergraduate university dedicated to excellence in liberal arts education. The Bachelor of Arts is the heart of our academic community, with more than 30 programs offered in the humanities and social sciences. For more than 100 years, our small, supportive community has been bonded by a shared commitment to the liberal arts and social justice.

Our 1,800 Bachelor of Arts students engage in a broad and rigorous education through exceptional offerings in traditional disciplines such as Psychology, English, Political Science, and Fine Arts, and more unique programs that offer increasing value to our world today - Communications and Public Policy, Criminology, Gerontology, Human Rights and Journalism. Our students participate in experiential learning opportunities - service learning, field work, internships and practicums, travel study, lab work - that allow them to use their education in practical settings and experience the value of a liberal arts education to society.

We believe the liberal arts are the best preparation for a life as a leader, a professional and a global citizen. Our alumni are our proof. Our post-degree programs in Education and Social Work complement the Bachelor of Arts community, and offer students outstanding training through course work and practicums.

Why St. Thomas University

University is an exciting time. It’s a time for personal and intellectual growth. It is an opportunity for students to learn more about the world, and about themselves. New interests, new friends and new experiences help take students into the next chapter of their lives. This time can always present challenges, and that’s why we are committed to providing a learning environment second to none, academic and personal support for when it’s needed and opportunities that provide students the experiences they need to reach their academic and professional goals.

Some of the reasons students choose St. Thomas University:

  • Classes – Every single class is small and intimate. Capped at 60 students, our average class size is only 29 students, and upper year classes are even smaller. Classes are discussion and debate based, and professors are able to get to know their students and offer individualized attention. 100% of our full-time faculty have their PhD or highest degrees in their fields.

  • Teaching Excellence – 91% of first-year students rate their experience as excellent or good. One reason is that the emphasis on teaching, academic challenge, and developing new thinking skills are rated among the highest in Canada.

  • Support – Our Student Services Department supports students every step of the way. Offering resources for academic support, career planning, stress management, and more, students have a team of people to help them through their time at university.

  • Opportunities – A university degree is about more than just attending class. Our students attend national conferences, study abroad, publish their research and work on professional research with professors. They take on leadership roles in student government and residence life, work part-time jobs on campus, and intern and volunteer throughout the city.

However you plan to use your education from St. Thomas, it all starts with the freedom to think for yourself.

Courses

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Bachelor of Education

12 Months CAD 20,360 Full Details
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Fees

Courses Duration 1st Year Tuition Fees
Bachelor of Arts - Anthropology 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Catholic Studies 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Communications and Public Policy 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Criminology and Criminal Justice 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Journalism 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Economics 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - English Language and Literature 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Environment and Society 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Fine Arts 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - French 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Gerontology 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Great Books 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - History 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Human Rights 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Interdisciplinary Studies 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - International Relations 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Irish Studies 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Mathematics 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Native Studies 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Philosophy 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Political Science 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Psychology 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Religious Studies 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Romance Languages 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Science and Technology Studies 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Sociology 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Spanish and Latin American Studies 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Arts - Women's Studies and Gender Studies 4 Year CAD 16,389
Bachelor of Education 1 Year CAD 20,360
Bachelor of Social Work 1.3 Year CAD 20,683
Bachelor of Arts - Law, Politics and Society 4 Year CAD 16,389
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Admission Requirements

Courses Exams
Bachelors courses
  • Min TOEFL iBT: 89
  • Min IELTS overall: 6.5 (Min Reading: 5.0, Min Writing: 5.0, Min Listening: 5.0, Min Speaking: 5.0)
  • Min Duolingo English Test Score: 105

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