Studying at St. Francis Xavier University in Canada
St. Francis Xavier University is a university graduate mainly located in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada. The university brings together 5,100 students from across Canada and around the world of the arts, sciences, business and information systems. It is a member of the U4 League, a group of major universities in Eastern Canada study.
Departments and programs
St. Francis Xavier University is organized into the Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Science, Gerald Schwartz School of Business, Faculty of Education, and the Coady International Institute. Each faculty has subordinate departments under his management appropriate for each sector, for example, the Department of Philosophy is part of the Faculty of Arts. Faculty is headed by an elected dean of the professors constituted.
Faculty of Arts includes the following modules and programs: anthropology, aquatic resources, Arts, Canadian study, study Catholicism, Celtic studies, classical studies, research and development, Economy , English, History, Humanities Colloquium, modern Languages, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, social Justice Colloquium, sociology, women and gender Studies, music and studied jazz (the first bachelor degree in jazz studies in all of Canada).
Faculty of Science offers the following programs and Fisheries, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Sciences, Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Human Kinetics, Human Nutrition, Mathematics and Statistics, nursing and Physics.
The Gerald Schwartz School of Business offers degrees in business administration, with a major in Accounting, Business Development, Finance, Information Systems, the leader in the management and marketing.
Faculty of Education offers degrees in education and adult education.
Department of Music held a jazz studies program leading universities of North America.
The current Dean of Arts is Dr. Richard Nemesvari, the Dean of the Faculty of Science is Dr Robert van den Hoogen, business manager Dr. Tim Hynes, and Dean of Education Dr. Jeff Orr.
The University also has graduate programs leading to Master of Science (MSc) and Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree.