Established in 1965, the Algoma University is a public university located in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. It is the smallest undergraduate only university in Ontario.
The university comprises of 12 departments: Department of Biology; Department of Business and Economics; Department of Community Economic and Social Development; Department of Computer Science and Mathematics; Department of English and History; Department of Fine Arts and Music; Department of Geography and Geology; Department of Law and Politics; Department of Modern Languages; and Department of Sociology. Algoma University offers more than 30 programs- three and four year bachelor degrees in disciplines such as Business, Community Development, Geography, Psychology, Sociology, Biology, Computer Science, English, Music, Fine Arts and Biology.
The total student population at the university is more than 1,600 students of which over 300 are international students. The student to faculty ratio at Algoma University is 21:1
The classes at the university are capped at 75 students which means meaning that students have more one-on-one interactions with the faculty. Since the undergraduate legal studies programs are rare in Canada, the university’s law and justice program offered at the undergraduate level is a unique program, different from other university programs found across the province.
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