Health, Community & Education

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Health, Community and Education

To meet increasing demand for workers in health care, community development and social services, Mount Royal University’s Faculty of Health, Community and Education offers a variety of innovative programs that prepare you for challenging and rewarding work in a rapidly growing sector.

Join others in making a real impact on the lives of individuals and families. Find a meaningful career that allows you to contribute to society in a lasting way.

To learn more about the Faculty of Health, Community and Education, refer to Together We Can: Faculty of Health, Community and Education strategic plan, which was launched in August 2015.

Make a differenceGet ready for a rewarding career with programs that feature practical work experience and faculty members who are active leaders in their fields and in the local community. 

  • Help society’s youngest members meet their fullest potential in Child Studies which includes a concentration in either child and youth care counsellor or early learning and child care.

  • Gain an extensive understanding of both the theory and practice of teaching with Education.

  • Jump start your career in Health and Physical Education with a focus on athletic therapy, ecotourism and outdoor leadership, physical literacy, or sport and recreation management.

  • Help care for families during pregnancy, childbirth and in the first six weeks of their babies’ lives with Midwifery.

  • Promote the health and wellness of people and communities with Nursing.

  • Make a difference in the lives of those who need the most support with Social Work.

The Mount Royal advantage

You will study in a supportive environment that features:

  • approachable instructors
  • hands-on learning
  • volunteer and applied research opportunities

Bright future

If you want to make a real difference in the lives of others, you can apply online.