Mount Royal University offers undergraduate degrees, diplomas and certiﬁcate programs through five faculties. The school’s strength lies in its emphasis on small class sizes, unique programs and applied learning, all legacies from its earlier days serving the region as a community college.
“Mount Royal’s focus on students means you are part of a welcoming community where professors know your name and you can get hands-on experience with research, community service, social innovation, field projects and work placements,” says president Tim Rahilly.
The school is known for its comprehensive programs in business, communications, nursing and public relations. It is also home to unique research centres, including the Institute for Community Prosperity, the Centre for Child Well-Being and the Institute for Environmental Sustainability. The new CN Supply Chain Analytics Lab provides business students with the opportunity to work on the Refinitiv Eikon data platform that accesses the inner workings of companies around the world in real time.
Mount Royal is a leader in community-service learning: students provide more than 300,000 hours of service with 500 organizations each year. The campus is a short drive from downtown Calgary. Facilities include professional broadcast studios, an aviation simulator and an award-winning eco-building, the Roderick Mah Centre for Continuous Learning. The Riddell Library and Learning Centre features an Experience (VR) Lab, soundproof digital project rooms and a 360-degree data visualization studio.
• Computer Science: This bachelor program pairs computing with a range of disciplines, including astronomy, biology and geographic information systems. Students prepare for various careers.
• Biology: Students explore living organisms through a balance of hands-on experience and classroom studies. Students may specialize their degree in areas such as ecology and evolution.
• Supply Chain Management: This business administration program examines the mechanisms that connect each aspect of a supply chain from production planning to inventory management and global logistics.
• Art, Revolution and Pop Culture: Focusing on the years 1920 to 1970, this course examines the relationship between modern art and war, radicalism and revolution.
• The Art of the Pitch: Students learn to convincingly present their business ideas to prospective investors through strong entrepreneurial communication skills.
Tuition (includes compulsory ancillary fees)
Minimum Entering Grades
Arts: 65% · Science: 65% · Business: 75%
Undergraduates: Full-time: 10,229 · Part-time: 1,298
International Students: First-year: 5.1%
Male-Female Ratio: 39 to 61
Residence offerings reduced because of COVID-19
Residence Spaces: 452 (1,013 last year with approx. 709 reserved for first-year students)
Residence Costs: Apartment-style: $6,020 to $8,516