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  • 30

    Average Class Size

  • 1,000+

    Student Population

  • 15:1

    Student-Faculty Ratio

King’s is a small and immersive liberal arts college located in vibrant Halifax on Canada’s east coast. Our renowned humanities and journalism programs, as well as our science and music degrees, are all interdisciplinary. With a student population of about 1,000, King’s students enjoy a rich academic experience in a close-knit community of scholars. King’s unique partnership with neighbouring Dalhousie University, one of Canada’s 15 research-intensive universities, gives students many opportunities to combine and customize degrees.

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King’s offers four bachelor degrees, also known as undergraduate degrees, in arts, journalism, science, and music.

For many of our students, the degree begins with our renowned Foundation Year Program (FYP), a year-long, interdisciplinary exploration of canonical works that have shaped Western thought.

The Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of Music degrees are offered in partnership with neighbouring Dalhousie University through our shared Faculty of Arts and Social Science and Faculty of Science.

The Bachelor of Journalism (Hon.) is awarded exclusively by King’s, with electives and major/minor options offered in partnership with Dalhousie.

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Theatre, Music & Dance

At King’s, academic life extends into all aspects of our community including the artistic. From the student-run King’s Theatrical Society, to our award-winning chapel choir and chorus, to the King’s Dance Collective, to a steady stream of bands and events at our campus pub, King’s offers opportunities to enhance your education well after classes end for the day. Discover opportunities in Theatre, Music & Dance.

Graduate & Advanced

King’s also offers three post-baccalaureate degrees for students who already have an undergraduate degree:

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