|School:||St. Mary’s University|
|Field of Study:||History, General
|Description:||The purpose of historical inquiry is not simply to present facts but to search for an interpretation of the past. Historians attempt to find patterns and establish meaning through the rigorous study of documents and artifacts left by people of other times and other places. There is another reason to study history: it’s fun. History combines the excitement of exploration and discovery with the sense of reward born of successfully confronting and making sense of complex and challenging problems.
Our three-year Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in History has been designed for individuals who seek a broad and extensive interdisciplinary education in the liberal arts tradition. The major in History equips students with the skills needed to uncover and analyze the events, processes and ideas which shape the past and to appreciate how an understanding of the past helps inform the present and the future. Through the study of change and continuity over time and place, students acquire an ability to look at the past from different angles and perspectives and to employ a variety of analytical tools and methods in interpreting human affairs and institutions.
|URL:||Bachelor of Arts with a Concentration in History at St. Mary’s University|
|Cost per year:*||
This cost estimate is for Year 1 of the program and includes ancillary fees.
|Grade for Entrance Previous Year (%)*||65|
These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
As a high school graduate, you will need to present an average of 65% in five 30-level courses, including English Language Arts 30-1 or higher; Mathematics 30-1 or Pure Mathematics 30, a 30-level language other than English, or Mathematics 30-2 or Applied; and Mathematics 30. For more detailed information, please visit: http://www.stmu.ca/admission-requirements/.
Applicants whose country of origin is outside of Canada or the United States who intend to study in Canada on a study permit (student visa) must normally present one of the following tests of English (some countries are considered to be exempt from this policy – contact the Enrolment Services Office for an up-to-date list): TOEFL, Test of English as Foreign Language paper based – 550 (no component score less than 50); computer based – 213 (no component score less than 17); internet based – 80 (no component score less than 19); IELTS – Academic, International English Language Testing System – 6.5 (no individual score less than 6.0); MELAB, Michigan English Language Assessment Battery – 85; CAEL, Canadian Academic English Language Assessment – 60; PTE – Academic, Pearson Test of English – 59; or CLB – Canadian Language Benchmarks – Level 8. Please visit the website for complete details.
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