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University should be a place to wonder and marvel at the world. A place to dig beyond surface level answers where deeper, more meaningful questions can be asked. University should be a place where students feel most comfortable; to raise their voice in class, to test new ideas, to challenge the status quo. University should help students to live a full, meaningful life. That means industry-leading career preparation that doesn't come at the expense of teaching students how to face challenges in life outside of the workplace.
The King’s University is this place and more. It’s a different sort of university. It's Edmonton’s Christian university. King’s is a place where professors and staff believe the world can be studied best from a foundation of faith. It offers accredited degree programs and courses recognized by employers, universities, and professional organizations across Alberta and the rest of Canada.
King's is known for award-winning teaching, internationally recognized research, a lively community, and a warm, friendly campus environment. Students consistently rank King’s highly in national surveys for quality of teaching and student engagement.
Graduates from King's enter careers equipped with a thorough liberal arts education that offers opportunities for hands-on research, internships, and study abroad experiences. Quite simply, King's graduates are better equipped to tackle challenges, imagine a better world, and improve life for others.
The King’s University is home to Canada’s preeminent Christian business program, the award- winning King’s Centre for Visualization in Science, and the Micah Centre for Social Justice and Global Awareness. The university fields athletics teams in men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, basketball, and badminton -- all teams compete in the ACAC (Alberta Colleges Athletics Conference.)
At last count, the university offers 22 uncompromising degree programs and over 600 courses. With a headcount of just under 850, students are assured easy access to professors and academic supports both inside and outside the classroom.
Recent market research confirms that over 91% of King's alumni find gainful employment within two years of graduating.