The University of New Brunswick (popularly known as UNB) is a public university located in two primary campuses of New Brunswick, Canada: Fredericton and Saint John. It is the oldest English language university in Canada. In addition to these two campuses, they have two satellite campuses in New Brunswick, and two offices in the Caribbean and in Beijing. They offer 75 programs to choose from such as Bachelor of Science (one of the few teaching marine biology), creative writing, Computer Science, Forestry, Geology, Engineering, etc. Its Faculty of Business Administration is known to provide a launchpad to innovative startups brought up by students of the university (23 startups in 2015). This university is also known to have produced many poets like Sir Charles Roberts and Bliss Carman, that the Fredericton city is also nicknamed as Poet's Corner.