Liberal Arts

In a complex, rapidly-changing world, it is more important than ever to equip students with a diverse range of knowledge and skills. This interdisciplinary liberal arts certificate will cover a wide range of subjects including history, science, fine art, philosophy, and more, providing a foundation for a well-rounded Reformed Christian life and worldview.

Next enrolment
Sep 3, Jan 6
Registration opens:
June 10, 2024
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In person
$999 course
1 year
10 courses
2x per year
(Fall, Winter)
Digital certificate
upon completion of all courses

Redeemer’s Liberal Arts certificate supplies you with a broad, cross-functional set of knowledge and skills, challenging you to develop a Kingdom-vision, wherever you are called. Through courses on history, science, fine art, philosophy, and more, the program encourages deep, innovative thinking, setting you up for success in future post-secondary studies or your professional career.

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Please note: This program is eligible for on-campus housing.

Learning Outcomes

Through the Liberal Arts Certificate, a successful learner will:

  • Develop an enhanced understanding of complex issues by studying diverse disciplines
  • Refine written and verbal communication skills across a variety of platforms and audiences
  • Explore broad cultural and global perspectives by examining diverse cultures, histories, and worldviews
Why Study Liberal Arts at Redeemer?
Admission & Cost
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Registration opens: June 10, 2024
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Who Should Take this Program
  • Students interested in exploring diverse disciplines before committing to a specific academic or career path
  • Individuals seeking a well-rounded education grounded in a Reformed Christian worldview
  • Professionals working in fields that value interdisciplinary knowledge and adaptability
Admissions Requirements
  • Successful completion of four Grade 12 U/M courses (including Grade 12 U English) with a minimum average of 70%; or
  • Mature student status (minimum of two Grade 12 U/M courses with a minimum average of 70%)
What is a Certificate?
Certificates are programs of study focused on a particular academic area, designed with clear learning goals in mind. Consisting of 4-6 courses, certificates offer more streamlined learning outcomes compared to traditional degrees.
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