Huntington University is a liberal arts university which offers degree programs, certificates and course offerings in Communication Studies, Ethics, Gerontology, Religious Studies and Theology. As well, its faculty contributes to Laurentian University’s Master of Arts Program in Humanities.
Some certificate programs and course offerings are also available via continuing education, such as the three-year Bachelor of Arts degrees in Religious Studies and Gerontology, a Certificate program in Gerontology and the Bachelor of Theology degree.
Its academic programs and residence accommodations reflect its commitment to education, community, service and quality. With its own library and resources on campus to support its programs, students enrolled at Huntington have numerous opportunities to get involved and participate in campus specific councils, clubs and social activities.
Huntington University is an independent university with its own charter. It is affiliated with the United Church of Canada and coordinates its chaplaincy with the Interfaith Campus Ministry.
Degrees and certificates are conferred by both Huntington University and Laurentian University, with the exception of Theology, which is conferred solely by Huntington University.
For more information please see http://www.huntingtonu.ca/.