Programmes and people

At many universities, a sense of community needs to be created. At King's, it happens naturally.

King's offers a unique undergraduate experience through our Foundation Year Programme, our highly regarded journalism school, and our interdisciplinary upper-year programmes in Contemporary Studies, Early Modern Studies, and History of Science and Technology. We encourage students to question, evaluate, and solve problems, and to explore the ways in which disciplines interact and overlap.
 

Foundation Year Programme (FYP)
 

 

Journalism
 

 

 

History of Science and Technology (HOST)
 

 

 

Early Modern Studies
 

 

 

Contemporary Studies
 

 

 

 

Joint programs available with Dalhousie

King’s and Dalhousie University have shared a campus and many facilities since King’s moved to Halifax in 1920. Joint faculties of arts and sciences enable students to choose from thousands of classes and numerous programme combinations.

 

Arts and Social Sciences

 

Journalism

 

Science

 

* Available as honours degrees

† Available as co-op
degrees (completion takes four to four and a half years)