TRENT UNIVERSITY

TRENT UNIVERSITY

Mission Statement:

Trent University is renowned for its commitment to undergraduate education in humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. The University’s main campus, the Symons Campus, sits on a 580-hectare property, much of it preserved as nature areas, along both banks of the Otonabee River at the northern edge of Peterborough. The University also has a campus in downtown Peterborough, and one in Oshawa in partnership with the University of Ontario Institute of Technology and Durham College. All Trent students are affiliated with one of the residential colleges, which are central not only to the organizational structure of the university, but also to academic and social activities. Trent University stresses the importance and value of a liberal education, and is committed to interactive learning in a personal, small-class environment.

Programs Offered Include:

Faculty of Arts and Science
Administrative Studies , Ancient History and Classics , Anthropology (BA) , Anthropology (BSc) , Biochemistry , Biology , Canadian Studies , Chemical Physics , Chemistry , Computer and Information Science (BA) , Computer Science/Studies (BA) , Computer Science/Studies (BSc) , Computing and Information Science , Computing and Physics , Cultural Studies , Ecological Restoration , Economics , Education (Concurrent Queen's-Trent Program) , English Literature , Environmental and Resource Science , Environmental and Resource Studies , Environmental Chemistry , Forensic Science , French Studies , Geography , Geography (BSc) , German Studies , Global Studies , Hispanic Studies , History , Indigenous Environmental Studies , Indigenous Studies , International Development Studies , Mathematics , Nursing , Philosophy , Physics , Politics , Psychology (BA) , Psychology (BSc) , School of Education and Professional Learning , Sociology , Women’s Studies

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