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Arts & Sciences

Arts & Sciences

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Do you envision a future where you're working to build communities, helping people affected by addictions, mental health issues or homelessness? Maybe you're interested in human behaviour and relationships. Perhaps science is your thing, and you're eager for research opportunities or to attain your prerequisites for nursing, medicine or kinesiology. Gain the tools employers value along with the Christian character, curiosity and cultural literacy you need to make positive contributions in the world around you.

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Think Critically

Analyze human behaviors, beliefs and ideas that have shaped our society. Develop critical understanding of human nature, knowledge, values, societies, struggles and achievements.

Combine a diploma from a technical college with a BA from Providence. Discover the advantage of a Christian university education while gaining skills needed for a career in the trades.

Imagine yourself in a cross-cultural setting, seeking to understand trends like nationalism, revolution, secularism and urbanization. Critique international development while understanding and embracing western and other cultures.

Study multiple disciplines with a mix of Social Sciences and Humanities. Understand human life, thought and relationships, while exploring topics and trends in both of your concentration areas.

Study behavior and the human mind. Acquire knowledge of the basic nervous system to principles of perception in order to gain an understanding of both social and clinical psychology.

Study the science of life - Biology. Explore living organisms by examining their morphology, physiology, anatomy, behaviour and origin. Gain the science pre-requisites for advanced entry into professional programs.

Acquire the knowledge to understand people, culture and society in terms of the human condition in which they live and the human experience of life. Articulate how individuals, groups, and societies materialize, behave and alter through the study of sociology and psychology.

This program is offered in partnership with Booth University College. Learn how to help persons and communities affected by issues such as addictions, mental health, disabilities, poverty, homelessness and unemployment.

Develop your commitment to the common good and well-being of human life. Examine age, class, ethnicity, family, education, work and social change while investigating how various groups are put together, their purposes and how they work.

Arts & Sciences Faculty

Yinka Bammeke

Yinka Bammeke, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Mathematics

Daryl Climenhaga

Daryl Climenhaga, D.Miss.

Associate Professor of Global Studies

Brianne Collins

Brianne Collins, Ph.D. (Cand.)

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Rebecca Dielschneider

Rebecca Dielschneider, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Biology

Bruce Friesen-Pankratz

Bruce Friesen-Pankratz

Instructor of Environmental Science

Michael Gilmour

Michael Gilmour, Ph.D.

Professor of New Testament & English Literature

Dennis Hiebert

Dennis Hiebert, Ph.D.

Professor of Sociology

Luann Hiebert

Luann Hiebert, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of English Literature

Val Hiebert

Val Hiebert, Ph.D. (Cand.)

Assistant Professor of Sociology

Randall Holm

Randall Holm, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Spiritual Formation

Patricia Janzen Loewen

Patricia Janzen Loewen, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of History

Morgan Mulenga

Morgan Mulenga, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Psychology

Catherine Rust-Akinbolaji

Catherine Rust-Akinbolaji, M.A.

Assistant Professor of TESOL; Director, MLI

Hendrik van der Breggen

Hendrik van der Breggen, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Philosophy

Yinka Bammeke

Yinka Bammeke, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Mathematics

;
Daryl Climenhaga

Daryl Climenhaga, D.Miss.

Associate Professor of Global Studies

;
Brianne Collins

Brianne Collins, Ph.D. (Cand.)

Assistant Professor of Psychology

;
Rebecca Dielschneider

Rebecca Dielschneider, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Biology

;
Bruce Friesen-Pankratz

Bruce Friesen-Pankratz

Instructor of Environmental Science

;
Michael Gilmour

Michael Gilmour, Ph.D.

Professor of New Testament & English Literature

;
Dennis Hiebert

Dennis Hiebert, Ph.D.

Professor of Sociology

;
Luann Hiebert

Luann Hiebert, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of English Literature

;
Val Hiebert

Val Hiebert, Ph.D. (Cand.)

Assistant Professor of Sociology

;
Randall Holm

Randall Holm, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Spiritual Formation

;
Patricia Janzen Loewen

Patricia Janzen Loewen, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of History

;
Morgan Mulenga

Morgan Mulenga, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Psychology

;
Catherine Rust-Akinbolaji

Catherine Rust-Akinbolaji, M.A.

Assistant Professor of TESOL; Director, MLI

;
Hendrik van der Breggen

Hendrik van der Breggen, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Philosophy

;