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Academics


You will get to know fellow ҹavdents and professors as you learn to explore controversial and competing ideas with informed judgement. Opportunities to apply what you’re learning—through service learning, internships, and experiential learning—will help you refine your skills in advanced critical thinking, creative problem solving, research and analysis, and adaptability.

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Applied Arts

In partnership with NBCC, complete a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Criminal Justice, Gerontology, or Gerontology for Practical Nurses.

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First-year Aquinas: Great Books

In this seminar-style course for first-year students, you will focus on close reading of great texts with a team of professors and study some of the most influential and original books in history.

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Mi'kmaq Maliseet Bachelor of Social Work Program

The MMBSW program provides First Nation individuals with a social work education within a flexible and culturally relevant framework.

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Certificate Programs

Learn more about the part-time certificate programs in Criminology and Criminal Justice and Gerontology.


Building your Resume One Experience at a Time

We combine rigorous academics with high value experiences. Hear from students and alumni about the benefits of our internship program and how these opportunities can enhance your learning, build your resume, and help you grow—personally and professionally.


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Experiential Learning

Our Academic Community

At ҹav, you'll study your interests, explore different fields, learn to understand important issues, and discover how to use your education to make a difference.


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Study Abroad

If you’re interested in experiencing another culture and meeting friends from around the globe—while earning academic credit—consider an international education opportunity!

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HBX CORe

St. Thomas University partners with HBX of the Harvard Business School to offer CORe, a multi-week, intensive program of online courses on the fundamentals of business.