Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) is a private Christian university located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and chartered in 1998 by Manitoba Province.The amalgamation of Concord College, Canadian Mennonite Bible College, and Menno Simons College birthed CMU.
The university boasts of highly qualified academics as more than 90% of its faculties have a doctorate. With its four cardinals of commitment – educating to promote justice and peace, modeling invitational community, showing love and hospitality to people through radical dialogue, and learning through imagination and experimentation, the university has been able to transform thousands of students that were formerly a do-nothing to change agents that have contributed immensely to the growth and development of their nations.
Moreover, CMU integrates the teaching of Christian faith into its curriculum and therefore, propagates the good tidings of Jesus Christ. Although CMU is a Christian-based University, its arms are wide open for others with different religious beliefs to study at this university and enjoy all the benefits set by the school.
At CMU, you can be the best you want to be. The university has four schools and one college that offer undergraduate programs in arts, sciences, music, music therapy, and business administration; and four postgraduate studies in Christian ministry, peacebuilding and collaborative development, theological education, and a Master of Business Administration (in partnership with Goshen College, Eastern Mennonite University, and Bluffton University). Each faculty has lecturers with vast knowledge on the course(s) they handle. The schools and college of CMU are Outtatown School of Discipleship, Community School of Music and Arts, Redekop School of Business, Canadian School of Peacebuilding, and Menno Simons College.
Additionally, Mennon Simons College, in collaboration with the University of Winnipeg, offers undergraduate programs in international development studies and conflict resolution studies.