Undergraduate
Studies

Redeemer offers BA, BBA, B.Sc., B.Kin., B.CoMS, and B.Ed. degrees through more than 40 programs and streams, preparing students for their different callings and careers.

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Think you can change the world with a degree? We do.
Quick Facts
94%
of graduates are satisfied with their Redeemer experience
14
majors offering internships, co-ops, and more with local businesses
12
students engaged in our study abroad programs
84%
who start a degree program graduate
33
students contributing with faculty toward their research
What is
THE CORE?
The Core is the most intentional expression of Redeemer's mission to educate the whole person. Rooted in the Reformed tradition, it is at the centre of Redeemer's academic program, preparing you to make a profound impact on the world.

Faculty

who will engage your mind

Our faculty are passionate leaders in their fields of study, doing important work in and outside of the classroom, and taking the time to both mentor and interact with their students.

do cutting edge

Research

Many programs provide an opportunity for students to work alongside faculty on research projects in partnership with Redeemer’s Centre for Christian Scholarship.

applying what you've learned
Experiential Learning
The Career Centre helps students connect their calling with a career through co-op work terms, internships, workshops and individualized career guidance.
Alex Wouda ’18
Co-op at KPMG Canada
Sarah Kuran ’17
Co-op at World Vision Canada
areas of study
What are you interested in?
Arts, Media & Communications
Biological &
Life Sciences
Business
Education
Humanities
Mathematics &
Physical Sciences
Politics, History &
International Studies
Religion & Ministry
Social Sciences

How Can I AFFORD UNIVERSITY? Find out how

Redeemer is a place where lives are changed, minds are developed and hearts are shaped and emboldened to serve God.
Dr. David Zietsma,
President
Alumni making an impact
Where are they now?
Wherever they go, whatever they do, Redeemer alumni are making a difference. Learn more about some of our alumni and their unique callings and careers.
Business
Aydan Schat ’20
Financial Accountant
Working as a financial accountant at Indwell Community Homes has helped Ayden Schat blend accounting with the desire to impact his community.
business + international studies
Hayley Blackwell ’15
Lawyer
Hayley Blackwell was called to the bar in June and is beginning a new role as a civil litigation lawyer in Hamilton.
Kinesiology
Rachel Vandendool ’07
Owner & Physiotherapist, Origin Physiotherapy
Rachel Vandendool takes joy in living out her calling, as her physiotherapy practice promotes a holistic approach to wellness.
Go to: Kinesiology
Art
Francis Germain ’18
Fine Art Appraiser
Francis Germain’s education and passion for art inspire him to be a thought leader in defining the nature of creativity and beauty in the modern world.
Go to: art
biology
Paul Naphtali ’14
Freelance Writer, GenoWrite
A biology alum with a love of storytelling, Paul Naphtali has founded his own science communications agency that caters to biotech companies.
Go to: biology
Media & Production
Becka Powell ’19
Video Editor & Producer
In an increasingly digital world, Becka Powell recognizes the importance of visual storytelling as a vehicle for connection, vulnerability, and truth.
Business
Clarence Keesman ’98
Executive Director, The Refuge
Clarence Keesman is the executive director of the youth drop-in centre The Refuge, and encounters stories of brokenness and healing each and every day.
Go to: Business
Physical Education + Psychology
Chantal Masselink ’18
Occupational Therapist
Chantal Masselink applies her God-given gifts towards the needs of others, working as an occupational therapist to provide creative and innovative healthcare solutions.

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Hear from students
As my time at Redeemer comes to an end, I'm so thankful for the core classes I had to take — courses that pushed me out of my comfort zone and taught me ideas and theories I wouldn't have learned otherwise. I'm also thankful for professors who care — professors who start out their lectures with prayer, who reach out and make a difference.
As my time at Redeemer comes to an end, I'm so thankful for the core classes I had to take — courses that pushed me out of my comfort zone and taught me ideas and theories I wouldn't have learned otherwise. I'm also thankful for professors who care — professors who start out their lectures with prayer, who reach out and make a difference.
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