Teaching and Learning
Welcome to the Faculty of Health, Community and Education at Mount Royal University. Mount Royal is located in the traditional territories of the Niitsitapi (Blackfoot) and the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta. We acknowledge that this territory is home to the Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3. We are all treaty people.
In our Faculty, teaching and learning are our priority. Students can expect to work with faculty with research and practice expertise and a passion for teaching. We work closely with community partners to develop high impact learning experiences that will help to inform your professional education and inspire lifelong learning.
As Associate Dean, of Teaching and Learning I have the opportunity to develop programs and curriculum that ensure students have relevant educational experiences to prepare them to meet professional requirements and excel in their chosen professions. I continue to be amazed by the breadth and depth of opportunity offered by our programs and at Mount Royal.
At Mount Royal, we believe learning happens beyond the classroom and participation in the campus community enhances your educational experience. Students are involved in informing and shaping curriculum through the Faculty Curriculum Review Committee, Faculty Council and General Faculties Council. Interested students can contact their academic advisors or program coordinator for more information on these committees.
Our Faculty is comprised of the following programs:
- Bachelor of Child Studies
- Bachelor of Education — Elementary
- Bachelor of Health and Physical Education
- Bachelor of Midwifery
- Bachelor of Nursing
- Social Work Diploma
- Advanced Certificate Athletic Therapy
- Advanced Studies in Critical Care Nursing Certificate
- Critical Care Nursing stream
- Emergency Nursing stream
- Bridge to Canadian Nursing Certificate of Achievement
Examples of our unique approach to teaching and learning
|Nursing students learn using 360-degree simulation|
|A life-changing experience is documented in Peru|
|Child Development Lab|
|Relationship Violence Prevention and Research Centre|