What is the difference between Commerce and Math and Finance?

What is the difference between Commerce and Math and Finance?

Math and Finance, offered only at Marianopolis, is the latest profile of the College’s highly respected Social Science program. Another Social Science profile is Commerce. Learn what makes each of the two unique: Both are for students who love and excel in math. Math and Finance is for those who are interested in university studies in Actuarial Science, Mathematics or Statistics, or that focus on the mathematical models of Economics […]

Arts at Marianopolis opens the world for graduate

Arts at Marianopolis opens the world for graduate

Laura Lalonde ’14 credits the supportive environment at Marianopolis for launching her career as a visual producer. Having received her DEC in Creative Arts, Literature and Languages (a program now called Arts, Literature and Communication), the Royal West Academy alumna is studying Communication Studies and Computation Arts at Concordia University. Learn what she has to say about Marianopolis, creativity and not having to choose a specific career. Q: Tell us […]

Admitted for fall? Then save this date

Admitted for fall? Then save this date

If you’ve been accepted for fall 2017, we hope you will attend Leadership Development Evening, 5-7:30 p.m., Thursday, April 27 on campus. Organized by Marianopolis Young Leaders Organization, one of almost 100 student clubs at the College, this free event is a great way to meet current students as well as your future classmates. You will also get some real-world advice from Marianopolis graduates. The keynote speaker will be Marianopolis […]

Marianopolis gives you ‘the opportunity to explore,’ says alumna

Marianopolis gives you ‘the opportunity to explore,’ says alumna

Not sure what you want to study? You are not alone. Just ask Stefania Montuoro. She graduated from Marianopolis in 2010 and is now a Student Recruitment and Admissions Associate at the College. “When I first started as a student at Marianopolis I really had no idea what I wanted to do. At first I thought that I wanted to be a psychologist but I couldn’t seem to commit to […]

Here’s what our Liberal Arts graduates say about their program

The Marianopolis Liberal Arts program inspires and informs students long after they have left the College. After two transformative years immersed in a wide variety of courses, Marianopolis Liberal Arts graduates follow many different university paths and diverse careers. Here is what three recent graduates have to say about Liberal Arts at Marianopolis: Andrew-Phillip Baronet came to Marianopolis from Howard S. Billings Regional High School. He recently returned from his trip […]