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Learn in the Classroom and Beyond

Gain knowledge and valuable professional experience both inside the classroom and in a professional environment. In addition to taking courses with world-class professors, you’ll have real-world opportunities with  Co-Operative Education; the Child & Youth Study practicum and the optional Dietetic Internship Education Program.

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As a Mount student, you’ll be able to get a jump start on your career and keep your education on track by taking advantage of Career Planning Services, Academic Advising & Support,Health & Wellness services, and more.
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How to Apply

Applied Human Nutrition The Bachelor of Science in Applied Human Nutrition is designed to give you the knowledge and experience you need to work in careers related to nutrition and the professional dietetics practice.

Business Administration With a Bachelor of Business Administration from the Mount, you will be prepared for a career in virtually every area of business, including the corporate, not-for-profit and service sectors.

Child and Youth StudyAs you earn your Bachelor of Arts in Child and Youth Study, you'll build the knowledge and skills that yo need to work with children and youth in a variety of contexts such as early intervention, mental health, child life, administration, and special needs.

Family Studies and Gerontology You can take a minor, concentration, or combined major in Family Studies or in Gerontology as part of Bachelor of Arts degree. In these programs, you'll learn the skills and knowledge that will help you build a career working with families and aging individuals.

Information TechnologyA minor or elective courses in Information Technology can give you the knowledge and experience you will need to work with computer systems in a wide range of industries.

Public Relations The Bachelor of Public Relations is respected nationally, attracting students from across Canada - and beyond.  With the support of hundreds of employers across the country, our co-operative education program ensures that you will develop the solid professional skills and knowledge you need to begin your career in public relations.

Science Communication The Bachelor of Science (Science Communication) will prepare you to join Canada's growing force of well-qualified science communicators. This program can also prepare you for further study in medicine, dentistry, law, health promotion, health administration, environmental science, public relations, communication and journalism.

Tourism and Hospitality Management A career in tourism and hospitality offers many rewarding avenues to explore. In our Tourism and Hospitality Management Program, you can choose from four different levels of credentials, from bachelor’s degree to certificate.