Faculty of Arts
Areas of study
Whatever your field of interest, you will gain valuable — and transferable — skills in communication, research and problem solving. Learn more about our Bachelor of Arts degrees and majors that will instill broad, informed thinking to help you become an engaged, compassionate citizen.
- Explore the cultural, biological, linguistic and archaeological interconnections of human existence through time and space with a major in Anthropology.
- Take your communication skills to the highest level, delve into the meaning behind film and literature with a major in English.
- With a major in History take part in a comprehensive and dynamic program in which you will explore and analyze the paths that brought societies to where they are today.
- Build a solid foundation in policy theory, Economics and Political Science with a major in Policy Studies.
- Examine human behaviour, including sexuality, aging, memory, brain functioning, learning and deviant behaviour with a major in Psychology.
- Expand your sociological imagination and challenge yourself to think critically about the ways in which society is created, maintained, and changed with a major in Sociology.
- Learn how to communicate in a foreign language, but also about the cultures and societies that shape the spoken word in Spanish.
- Combine criminological theory with practical experience with a degree in Criminal Justice.
- Shape the spaces in which people live and work with a degree in Interior Design.
Meet some of our Faculty of Arts Professors
Mount Royal University's Faculty of Arts professors engage personally with students. Through passion in their field, they bring experience to the classroom that allows students the opportunity to interact and engage in innovative classes.
Get to know some of our faculty and see how they connect teaching and learning in our community to provide Mount Royal students with a broader perspective.
- Richard Sutherland, Policy Studies: Researching government policy of live music
- Evelyn Field, Psychology: Studying the neurology of snails
- Mario Trono, English: Film critic for CBC Radio
- Samanti Kulatilake, Anthropology: Biological anthropologist excavating in Sri Lanka
- Jennifer Pettit and Liam Haggarty, Humanities: Treaty Seven Field School
Our faculty are just one of the advantages of a Mount Royal University Faculty of Arts degree.