If there was one word to describe the setting in which Cape Breton University resides, it would have to be idyllic.
Cool, unclouded harbours encircled by sandy strands , gently rolling hills graced with deep, rich forests, and the warm embrace of a supportive, energetic and devoted community lend themselves to creating the best of possible elements conducive for a rewarding learning experience.
Giving more than a passing glance to the themes of history and heritage with its Gaelic language courses, and embracing the rapid pace of biological advancement through biotechnology and pharmaceutical research programs, Cape Breton is rapidly setting itself apart as a respected and unique foundation which credits its strong roots and at the same time stretches forward to explore the promise of the future.
Small wonder, then, that our graduates ranked their educational journey here at the top of the list in Maclean's University Graduate Satisfaction survey in 2006.
School of Arts and Letters Bachelor of Arts |Bachelor of Arts Community Studies (BACS) |Public Administration and Management
School of Business Bachelor of Business Administration |Bachelor of Technology Information |Certificate in Management |Hospitality and Tourism Management |Information Technology (Diploma)
School of Education, Health, and Wellness Education |Human Nutrition |Nursing |Public Health
School of Science and Technology Bachelor of Science |Bachelor of Science Community Studies |Bachelor of Technology |Technology - Environmental Studies |Technology - Manufacturing and Mechanical Technology |Technology - Petroleum
Campus Quick Facts
1974 Degrees/Diplomas/Certification Offered:
Degree, diploma and certificate programs Student Enrolment:
Approximately 2800 full-time students, and nearly 700 part-time students
Cape Breton University
PO Box 5300 (1250 Grand Lake Road) Sydney Sydney, Nova Scotia
Phone: (902) 539-5300
Fax: (902) 562-0119