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We offer a wide range of stimulating and challenging courses at various levels. Our classes are small, which means that motivated students will find the kind of individual attention they’re looking for.

Our Award-winning faculty are committed to helping acquaint students not only with knowledge of past, but also to helping them cultivate fundamental skills which are essential to success in any field: historical thinking, critical analysis, research methods, as well as effective verbal and written communications skills.

King’s projects a minimum 78% final entrance average for Ontario high schools students. Averages are calculated on the top six 4U or 4M credits including English 4U.

College transfer students are required to have a minimum 2.7 GPA on an acceptable one-year certificate (General Arts and Sciences, Pre-Health Science, Human Services Foundation) or completed diploma. College transfer students may earn a maximum of five transfer credit. Individual courses must have a minimum achievement of 60% to be considered for transfer credit.

King’s projects a minimum 65% for admission for students transferring from another Canadian University. A maximum of ten transfer credit may be granted. Individual courses must have a minimum achievement of 60% to be considered for transfer credit.

  • 20th Century Totalitarianism
  • Canadian, American, and European History
  • History of Science and Medicine
  • Conspiracy Theories
  • Terrorism and Extremism

Year after year a disproportionate number of history graduates are successful applicants to law, business and other professional schools. History graduates are prized for their broad-minded approach to problem-solving, for their capacity to gather and analyze vast quantities of information, and for their communications skills.

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Faculty Profile

Dr. Stephanie Bangarth
Dr. Stephanie Bangarth History

Dr. Stephanie Bangarth is an Associate Professor in History at King's University College, at the University of Western Ontario. As a graduate of King's, she is delighted to be teaching at an institution that had an important impact on her academic career. She went on to complete her PhD at the University of Waterloo in 2004. She taught at the University of Guelph for two years before coming to King's in 2006. Dr. Bangarth is also an Adjunct Teaching Professor in the Department of History at Western and is also a Faculty Research Associate with the Collaborative Graduate Program in Migration and Ethnic Studies (MER) at Western. She also serves on MER's Executive and Steering Committees.

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