Mount Royal University (MRU) is a public university in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Mount Royal University was founded by Alberta provincial charter by the Arthur Sifton government on December 16, 1910 and officially opened on September 8, 1911. Originally “Mount Royal College”, the institution was the brainchild of Calgary Reverend George W. Kerby (1860-1944) who sought an opportunity for higher education for the benefit of young people from rural homes in the area.
Is Mount Royal University Accredited?
Mount Royal University became the first post-secondary institution in Alberta to be accredited by CPHR AB, providing students who want to pursue an HR career with a strong competitive advantage.
What GPA Do You Need For Mount Royal University?
2.0 Grade Point Average
To be eligible for admission, you must present a minimum GPA. Unless a specific (higher) GPA has been indicated for your program of choice, post-secondary applicants are normally required to have a minimum 2.0 Grade Point Average (GPA). Some programs require a minimum GPA of 2.5.