Start your degree at MHC
By starting your degree at MHC, you’ll have the advantage of building strong rapport with faculty who possess qualifications on par with university professors. The result is a high quality, yet personal learning experience that sets you up for success when the time comes to move to one of our partner universities. The range of courses available is broad which allows you to build an individualized program that meets your interests and the degree you have in mind.
Want to stay in Medicine Hat AND earn your degree? MHC offers a variety of degree completion programs in collaboration with other Alberta universities including Mount Royal University and the University of Calgary. Choose from education, nursing and social work, or earn an applied degree in art and design or health sciences. Learn more...
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Humanities & Social Sciences (Arts)
Developing a strong understanding of culture, society, and the past – topics you will explore in Humanities and Social Sciences (Arts) – offers tremendous value. As an individual, you will be challenged to think clearly and move beyond the preconceptions of how and why people communicate and interact. You will learn to integrate information, ideas, and opinions from a variety of sources and perspectives - a valuable asset in careers ranging from law to business.
An education in Arts can serve as the foundation for many different areas of interest. Some professional degree programs offered at universities, such as Law, require a degree in a discipline such as Arts before admission is granted.LEARN MORE
You can begin a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Medicine Hat College and transfer to one of our partner universities to finish your studies. We have transfer agreements in place with:
- University of Alberta, Faculty of Arts;
- University of Calgary, Faculty of Fine Arts;
- University of Lethbridge, Faculty of Fine Arts;
- University of Regina, Faculty of Fine Arts; and
- University of Saskatchewan, College of Arts and Science
Success in business rests on a strong foundation of basic business concepts in areas such as accounting, financial services, marketing, human resources, and more. Start your studies in business at MHC to set you up for success at university.
MHC is pleased to offer a Bachelor of Education program in collaboration with Mount Royal University. You can complete all four years at Medicine Hat College, with a focus on elementary education. If you love working with children and young adults, have a passion for learning and teaching, and imagine yourself influencing future generations, a career in education is a great fit for you.
You can also start your degree at Medicine Hat College and transfer to another institution for completion.
- University Studies: Dental Hygiene (Pre-Professional)
- University Studies: Dentistry (Pre-Professional)
- University Studies: Medical Laboratory Science (Pre-Professional)
- University Studies: Medicine (Pre-Professional)
- University Studies: Nutrition and Food Sciences
- University Studies: Pharmacy (Pre-Professional)
- University Studies: Veterinary Medicine (Pre-Professional)
If you have an affinity towards science and would like to pursue a degree in one of its many areas, you can begin your university studies at Medicine Hat College.
Our program is designed to prepare you to transfer to another institution after you have completed one to two years with us. Years three and four of your Bachelor of Science may be in a range of disciplines such as chemistry, physics, cell biology, physiology or zoology. Alternatively, you may pursue a professional program such as medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry or pharmacy. The possibilities are endless when you follow your scientific inspiration.
Ready to start your degree?When considering university studies, it's important to connect with an academic advisor about transfer agreements and course scheduling to ensure you're on the right track.
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Dr. Nicoelle Wanner
Alumna, UT Science
“Medicine Hat College has always been here for me. I could have moved away to another city or another university, but that was never really high on my priority list. I knew that I could get a very good education here with the added logical benefits of cost saving and smaller class sizes.”