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Explore Civilization’s Rich Past with a History Degree from Crandall!
Learning to ask the right questions, think logically and express yourself clearly and succinctly are all hallmarks of Crandall’s history degree program.
The major encompasses the study of Western civilization and focuses on the rise of the West within the world context.
Through exciting guest speakers, lively class discussions and extensive readings, you’ll expand your understanding of humankind and your faith-related to other religions and world events, both historical and current.
It’s about more than memorizing dates with Crandall’s history programs! Explore the “why” and “how” behind historical events to give them context on the world stage.
If you wish, study history overseas at Oxford University for a semester, exploring the settings of many events they study in their classes.
Get to know your professors and classmates by being a part of small classes that engage in lively group discussions. Explore different worldviews and learn to appreciate Christianity in new ways.
Learn from interesting guest speakers who visit classes from time to time, sharing their unique perspectives on world events.
Complete an internship for credit if you wish. Past students have worked in such locations as area museums and archives.
Join the History Society, which offers fun opportunities to socialize with other History majors at barbecues, field trips and other gatherings.
International applicants must have completed a preparatory program that leads to university entrance in their own country.
Generally, an academic language arts course and a minimum of four additional university-preparatory courses are required.
Secondary school applicants need to have achieved in their final year of schooling an average of 70% (5 best scoring academic subjects).
Applicants who are looking to transfer from another post-secondary institution are required to have an overall GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale).
Note: Applicants from Student Direct Stream (SDS) countries are requested to provide an IELTS – Academic which will be required for your Study Permit application.
Applicants who meet Crandall University’s academic requirements but have not provided proof of English language proficiency may be granted a conditional offer of admission.
Students may complete a university-preparatory English language program at a partner Language Centre: McKenzie College or Atlantic Canada Language Academy.
Atlantic Canada Language Academy:
|Course||Intensity||Lessons per Week||Course Duration (Weeks)||Entry Level (IELTS)|
|General English||Basic 20||20||2-52||4.0 - 7.5|
|General English||Intensive 25||25||2-52||4.0 - 7.5|
|General English||Super Intensive 30||30||2-52||4.0 - 7.5|
|Business English||Intensive 25||25||2-12||5.0 - 7.5|
|IELTS Preparation||Intensive 25||25||25||5.0 - 7.5|
|IELTS Preparation||Super Intensive 30||30||30||5.0 - 7.5|
|Cultural Activity Program||Intensive 25||25||2-52||4.0 - 7.5|
|English for Academic Purposes (University Pathway Program)||Basic 20||20||12-24||5.0 - 7.5|
Applicants must provide sufficient proof of English language proficiency before a full offer of admission may be granted.
Students may also choose to study in their home country and retake their language test.
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