Enjoy a rich academic experience at King's with the renowned Foundation Year Program (FYP), our interdisciplinary Honours Programs, the School of Journalism or multiple degree options in Arts & Humanities, Science, and Music offered jointly with Dalhousie University.
A year that changes your life.
Canadian Studies • Cinema & Media Studies • Classics • Contemporary Studies • Costume Studies • Creative Writing • Early Modern Studies • English • Environment, Sustainability and Society • European Studies • French • Gender and Women’s Studies • German • History • History of Science and Technology • International Development Studies • Justice & Society • Music • Philosophy • Political Science • Religious Studies • Russian Studies • Sociology and Social Antrhopology • Spanish • Technical Theatre • Theatre • Theatre – Acting • Theatre Studies
Actuarial Science • Biochemistry & Molecular Biology • Biology • Chemistry • Earth Sciences • Economics • Environment, Sustainability and Society • Environmental Science • Marine Biology • Mathematics • Microbiology and Immunology • Neuroscience • Ocean Sciences • Physics & Atmospheric Sciences • Psychology • Statistics
At King’s, you aren’t a ‘student journalist’—you’re simply a journalist. You’re part of a working team, breaking news, streaming interviews and publishing multimedia features. In our renowned Bachelor of Journalism (Honours) program, you gain experience telling engaging, fact-based stories. You learn to ask ethical and probing questions, research deeply and write with flair and precision. You become a clearer thinker who can discern fact from opinion, ambiguity or falsehood.
General studies • Composition • Musicology • Performance. There are many instruments you can specialize in, including: Voice • Oboe • Guitar • Clarinet • Piano • Bassoon • Organ • Saxophone • Violin • French Horn • Cello • Trumpet • Double Bass • Trombone • Flute • Tuba
King’s unique interdisciplinary programs allow you to engage more deeply with the questions that arise from FYP. Explore the History of Science and Technology, Early Modern Studies and Contemporary Studies.
Learn It. Do It. Share It. You’re curious about the world around you, eager to explore issues that matter and driven to tell stories. You already have an undergraduate degree. Now you want a journalism career. King’s one-year Bachelor of Journalism builds upon your broad undergraduate education to give you the professional skills to become a working journalist in a collaborative environment. You’ll gain practical, ethical and technical knowledge to thrive in the digital media environment. You’ll participate in hands-on workshops to tell stories in text, images, audio and video. No experience in journalism is required.
Gain the skills to inquire deeply into topics that matter to you. And the ability to tell those important, evidence-based stories to others.
We’ve got your book. Whether you are a mid-career writer, a journalist, or an aspiring author, King’s MFA is designed for you. Bring us your idea for a narrative nonfiction book, a collection of essays, or a biography or memoir and we can help you turn it into a manuscript that’s on the road to publication.