St. Mary’s University Programs and Courses

St. Mary’s University is accredited to offer eight Bachelor of Arts degrees, a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Education (Elementary & Secondary) after degrees as well as transferrable university courses in 35 academic disciplines.

For more information about the degree, diploma and transfer programs at St. Mary’s University in Calgary, please call (403) 531-9130 or email: admissions@stmu.ca.

Select a program for more information

Several minors are offered in conjunction with the four-year Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science programs.

  • Biology
  • Canadian Studies
  • Catholic Studies
  • Drama
  • English
  • Family Studies
  • History
  • Management
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Science Studies
  • Sociology

University Transfers

The student must:

– Provide an official transcript from the original institution if it is not a member of ApplyAlberta
– Obtain a grade of C- or better
– Be working towards a degree at St. Mary’s University

To find out more, view the Academic Calendar.

Research Ethics

Doing research at St. Mary’s University? Whether you are a faculty-member or a student, the Research Ethics Board (REB) is here to support and promote research and ethical thinking as symbiotic and continuous processes. Click here to learn more.

Bachelor of Education Single-Entry

The Bachelor of Education (BEd) Single-Entry stream is for St. Mary’s students who wish to complete both a 4-year BA or BSc and the BEd (Elementary). Applicants to the BEd Single-Entry must complete all 4-year degree requirements within 5 years by April of the year preceding commencement of the BEd degree, maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA in the last 30 credits of their BA/BSc and submit an Intent to Proceed form by the same date as the Application to Graduate form. Click here to learn more!


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Stinging Nettle is in the Medicine Garden

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Plant of the week: Prairie Turnip or Indian Bread Root

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Planting and Transplanting

On Saturday, our students with Dr.Mary Ann McLean reunited to talk about what to do with the area in [...]

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Filling raised garden boxes with soil, planting forbs & grasses

Now that we have planted the hedges, built the raised beds & filled them with soil we were delighted [...]

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