The Kings University situated in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, is a top private Christian college offering bachelors degrees in the arts, humanities, music, social sciences, natural sciences and commerce/management, as well as an education after degree. It currently serves more than 600 students across Canada and abroad, representing more than 16 countries. Dr. Jack Hayford, Founder and Chancellor of The Kings University. Students can enroll in more than 450 courses in 20 disciplines, with 12 major focus zones. The Kings University offers three-year and four-year certifications in arts, humanities, sociologies, natural sciences, and business, and also a two-year Bachelor of Education after-degree. Prominent programs include the Environmental Studies program and the Politics-History-Economics (PHE) combined major. As of now the college has more than 600 students selected in Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Education projects. The Kings University welcomes scholastically qualified students of all religions into its projects. Kings partners with more than 25 off-campus study programs in different locations including the Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies (India, USA), Netherlandic Study Program, China Studies, Russia Studies, Middle East Studies, Film Studies (Los Angeles), and Uganda Studies. International students are eligible for campus employment in university research projects, the library, facility and grounds department, Tamil studies, and food services, among others. Enrollment: 750 full-time, 36 part-time, Student to Faculty Ratio: 9:1, Male to Female Ratio: 5:7, Number of Faculty: 111, Number of Full-time Faculty: 50. Overall there are Academic staff=120, Students=750. For the last five years, King’s has been a leader in its sector with “top of the class” grades for Student-Faculty Interaction, Class Size, Quality of Teaching, and Most Satisfied Student in the Globe & Mail Canadian University Report. It was also named best small university in Canada by Maclean’s magazine for many years running. Most recently, King’s was named most supportive campus environment of any Canadian Institution, as measured by the National Survey of Student Engagement, and is in the top ten per cent of all colleges and universities in North America. Kings received an A+ rating for overall student satisfaction on the Globe and Mail 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 Canadian University Reports. Coming to research in Kings university it is collaborative with other universities, non-government organizations, community groups, or international partnerships for many projects. Research with implications for social policy includes Albertas oil sands, pluriformity in Albertas public education system and national delivery of mens health services.