Quest University is Canada’s first independent, not-for-profit, secular liberal arts and science university, devoted entirely to excellence in undergraduate education. Quest seeks to reinvent the undergraduate liberal arts and sciences, using an innovative philosophy and novel curriculum. University believes in teaching skills that work in the real world and also in preparing students for any endeavour they choose—from graduate school to professional programs, and from traditional careers to independent paths. It offers an environment of intellectual rigour and personal enrichment, where students help design their own education and delve deep into topics, they’re passionate about. Quest’s curriculum and educational philosophy are different than most universities. Its approach is multidisciplinary and the school does not have traditional departments. It offers one degree for all students, the Bachelor of Arts and Sciences. There are no lecture halls. Every class has a maximum of 20 students. The faculty hold terminal degrees in their field but are known as Tutors rather than Professors. There is no tenure system at Quest. Other distinguishing features include the Foundation and Concentration Programs, block plan scheduling, a Question instead of a conventional major, and a final Keystone project.
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