St. Thomas University is a small, Catholic institution located on the University of New Brunswick campus. The university offers a liberal arts program with 30 fields of study as well as professional programs in education and social work. In addition to the traditional Bachelor of Arts degree, St. Thomas University offers an interdisciplinary Bachelor of Arts degree, an integrated first-year program (the Aquinas Programme) and a co-op option that can include paid work terms, service projects, internships and volunteer positions. The university also offers international academic exchanges in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia.
St. Thomas has ranked highly as a Canadian undergraduate university in several national surveys. The university's patnership with the University of New Brunswick gives students access to the library, scientific and recreational facilities of the larger campus while allowing for small class sizes and consequently meaningful student-faculty interaction.
Faculty of Applied Arts Criminal Justice |Gerontology (Applied Arts) |Journalism
Faculty of Arts Anthropology |Catholic Studies |Criminology |Economics |English |French |Gerontology |History |Human Rights |Interdisciplinary Studies |Media Studies |Native Studies |Philosophy |Political Science |Psychology |Religious Studies |Science and Technology Studies |Sociology |Spanish
Faculty of Education Bachelor of Education
Faculty of Social Work Post-Degree Social Work Programme
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St. Thomas University
51 Dineen Drive Fredericton, New Brunswick
Phone: (506) 452-0640
Fax: (506) 452-9615