St. Thomas University
St. Thomas University, located in Fredericton, NB, is the only public undergraduate university in Canada that focuses strictly on teaching the social sciences and humanities.
With a population of just under 2,000 students, students are able to learn in small classroom settings, have extensive research and internship opportunities during their undergraduate career, and will gain transferrable skills in areas such as public speaking, clear and concise writing, and critical thinking.
St. Thomas University offers two four-year undergraduate programs, a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Social Work in addition to a post-graduate Bachelor of Education and Master of Social Work. Within the Bachelor of Arts program, students have the opportunity to take part in approximately 30 different majors, the most popular of which are Criminology, Psychology, and Journalism. Students have the freedom to select courses that are of interest to them, with the possibility to create a program that is not only educational, but also allows for flexibility. Our Bachelor of Social Work, while starting off with two years of a Bachelor of Arts allows for students to gain Social Work experience through the last two years of the four-year program. This program includes mandatory practicums in the field of social work, along with classroom learning.
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