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Undergraduate Study

St. Michael’s College Programs

Students of St. Michael’s College have access to the over 300 programs offered by the Faculty of Arts and Science. The College is proud to sponsor six of these programs which are open to any qualified student in the Faculty of Arts and Science. | Also See FAS » SMC 2014-15 Courses / Timetables

SMC One: Cornerstone

Program Overview and
Courses & Requirements

The SMC One: Cornerstone program is designed for first year students who want to integrate the pursuit of social justice into their university experience through collective and individual reflective learning.

Book and Media

Program Overview

Courses & Requirements

The Book and Media Studies program is an interdisciplinary and historical investigation of the role of printing, books and reading in cultures past and present.

Celtic Studies

Program Overview

Courses & Requirements

The Celtic Studies program offers a wide variety of undergraduate courses on the languages, literature, history, music, folklore, art and archaeology of the peoples of Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

Christianity and Culture

Program Overview

Courses & Requirements

The Christianity and Culture program offers students an opportunity to study Christianity from a variety of perspectives, including its self-understanding, its history, and its interaction with various facets of western and world culture.

Mediaeval Studies

Program Overview

Courses & Requirements

Mediaeval Studies is an interdisciplinary program encompassing all aspects of European culture from the fall of Rome to the fall of Constantinople, approximately 450 to 1450 AD.

Religious Education

Program Overview of pathways toward a career in education.

Concurrent Education: Religious Education

Many undergraduates at St. Michael’s choose to pursue studies in education with the intent of teaching in Ontario's Catholic schools.