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Religious Studies classes are full of lively discussion and open-ended inquiry. Everyone from gamers and geeks, to historians, philosophers. social critics, lovers of literature, science students and cultural analysts have found Religious Studies to be a perfect complement to their learning.
Intake Months
January, May, September
Delivery Locations
Nova Scotia
Bachelor Degree
Estimated annual course fee
CAD 17,874
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4 Years
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3 Years
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Mount Saint Vincent University

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Mount Saint Vincent University, often referred to as The Mount, is a public primarily undergraduate university located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, and was established in 1873. Mount Saint Vincent offers undergraduate programs in Arts, Science, Education, and Professional Studies. The Mount has 13 graduate degrees in areas including Applied Human Nutrition, School Psychology, Child and Youth Study, Education, Family Studies and Gerontology, Public Relations and Womens Studies. The Mount offers a doctorate program, a Ph.D. in Educational Studies, through a joint-initiative with St. Francis Xavier University and Acadia University. The Mount offers more than 190 courses, over 10 full undergraduate degree programs and four graduate degree, programs online.
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Nova Scotia Campus - Mount Saint Vincent University

166 Bedford Highway, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3M 2J6

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The campus is located just minutes from downtown Halifax, and is recognized for its small class sizes and personalized approach to learning. A diverse mix of 4,000 people from across Canada and more close to 70 countries take advantage of our programs and unique sense of community through on-campus classes and distance learning opportunities