Think you can change
the world with a melody?
CHANGE can be big, like symphony orchestra
big. Or it can be small, like living room jam
session small. It’s about what you choose to do
on the one hand, and who you are on the other.
We are more than our jobs, and God has
a calling for each of us, wherever we go.
That changes everything. Including you.
A degree you can believe in. redeemer.ca
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Six things to expect at CMU
We live in a time marked by rapid change,
immense opportunity and complex
challenge. Today’s university students
face many questions about career options
and making a difference with their lives.
At Canadian Mennonite University you
• Develop your character – Be
challenged to understand with depth
and clarity. Pursue insight and wisdom
across disciplines of study and within
understandings of yourself, the world
• Nurture a career and a vocational
calling – Align your passions and
gifts with the world’s deep needs
and opportunities. Allow a vocational
calling to emerge from the contexts of
life and study.
• Nourish your faith – Strengthen your
imagination and capacity for service
and leadership as you are nourished by
the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.
• Encounter a commitment to peace
and justice – Engage the most
pressing concerns of our time, such
as environmental resilience and
• Be mentored for life by outstanding
faculty – Discover faculty who are
passionate about teaching, want to
relate personally, and help you discover
your passions and gifts.
• Discover educational excellence in
a small, vibrant university – Quality
relationships and learning go hand
in hand. CMU’s membership within
Universities Canada is a mark of high
(with over 20 majors), a bachelor of
business administration, bachelors of
music and music therapy degrees, and
One-year intensive Bible school
Nestled among the Gulf Islands
of British Columbia’s west coast,
Capernwray Harbour Bible Centre on
Thetis Island offers students a unique
We give sound, practical Bible teaching
focusing on both the Old and New
Testament scriptures in which God reveals
the indwelling, resurrected Christ as the
Christian life. Students gain an experiential
knowledge of Christ and how His presence
practically applies to daily living.
Through classroom studies, tutorials,