Science & Technology

Discover Science and Technology

Discovering the answer is just the beginning of the fun for a scientist. After exploring every angle of the answer, new questions usually surface and the exploration begins all over again. Mount Royal’s Faculty of Science and Technology allows you to prepare for a variety of exciting careers in science and technology by not only teaching you the basics of science, but also how to be a flexible and innovative problem-solver. 

If you want to enter the stimulating world of science and technology you can apply online. 

Biology

Biology is the study of living organisms, divided into many specialized fields that cover their morphology, physiology, anatomy, behaviour, origin and distribution.

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Chemistry & Physics

Find out what you and the world around you are made of and how they work together with our collaborative chemistry and physics program.
 

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Earth & Environment

Get down to earth. You can learn how to be green, why things are green and get a rock-solid Bachelor of Science degree at Mount Royal.
 

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Math & Computing

Computers and mathematics have transformed our world in a few short decades and are now part of every discipline and business. 
 

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Research and Scholarship Days

The Faculty of Science and Technology is proud to take part in this year's Research and Scholarship Days, April 4-8. In support of the event, we are hosting two events open to the MRU community and the public. 

Faculty of Science and Technology Research Showcase

Students will be presenting their research via virtual posters and in a virtual 'poster hall' with video conferencing for each presenter. There will also be a guest speaker, Dr. Mahadeo Sukhai, who is the Head of Research and Chief Accessibility and Inclusion Officer for the Canadian National Institute for the Blind.

Wed, April 6 
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Inclusive and Accessible Research and Scholarship Practices

Dr. Mahadeo Sukhai will share insights and promote reflection on inclusivity and accessibility of research and scholarship practices across the spectrum of disciplines at Mount Royal University.

Thurs, April 7
1 - 2 p.m.