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At Memorial the programs available are just half the story. The facilities, the faculty and the hands-on experience make for a truly unique journey.

Memorial has more than 100 degree program options. Check out the details and find out which one is the best choice for you.

ST. JOHN'S CAMPUS

FIRST YEAR SUCCESS PROGRAM - a program designed to help first year students succeed in their transition to university learning.

The St. John's campus offers undergraduate programs available in the following areas:

BACHELOR OF ARTS anthropology, archaeology, classics, communication studies, computer science, economics, English, folklore, French, gender studies, geography, German, history, law and society, linguistics, medieval studies*, philosophy, police studies, political science, psychology, pure mathematics, religious studies, Russian, sociology, Spanish, statistics.
(*second major only)

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (co-operative) general or concentration, accounting, finance, human resources, labour relations and organizational behaviour, information systems, international business, marketing, operational research, small business/entrepreneurship, supply chain management and joint degree options available

INTERNATIONAL BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION primary/elementary, intermediate/secondary, music, native and northern, post-secondary, special education, intermediate/secondary conjoint with diploma in technology education

BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (co-operative) civil, computer, electrical, mechanical, ocean and naval architectural, process - offshore oil and gas engineering electives are available within each of the undergraduate degree programs

BACHELOR OF KINESIOLOGY (co-operative option available)

BACHELOR OF MUSIC

BACHELOR OF NURSING

BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION general or teaching (co-operative option available)

BACHELOR OF RECREATION (co-operative option available)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE applied mathematics, behavioural neuroscience, biochemistry, biology (general, marine, cell and molecular, ecology and conservation), chemistry (general, computational), computer science (general and software engineering), earth sciences, economics, environmental physics, geography, nutrition, physics, psychology, pure mathematics, statistics and diverse joint/interdisciplinary options

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHARMACY

BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK

DOCTOR OF MEDICINE

GRENFELL CAMPUS

Grenfell campus offers undergraduate programs available in the following areas:

BACHELOR OF ARTS English, environmental studies, historical studies, humanities, psychology, social/cultural studies, tourism studies

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION primary/elementary (consecutive delivery option only, administered by the Faculty of Education)

BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS theatre, visual arts

BACHELOR OF NURSING

BACHELOR OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE computational mathematics, environmental science (biology or chemistry), general science, physics, psychology

For more information on all of these programs please visit the Grenfell Campus website or e-mail: study@swgc.mun.ca

MARINE INSTITUTE

Marine Institute offers undergraduate programs available in the following areas:

TECHNICAL CERTIFICATES bridge watch, fire rescue, marine diesel mechanics

DIPLOMAS OF TECHNOLOGY marine engineering technology, marine environmental technology, marine engineering systems design, nautical science, naval architecture

JOINT DIPLOMA OF TECHNOLOGY/BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY food technology, ocean instrumentation, ocean mapping, underwater vehicles

BACHELOR OF MARITIME STUDIES

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY engineering and applied science technology, health science

For more information on all of these programs please visit the Marine Institute Website or e-mail: recruitment@mi.mun.ca