Honours BA Christian Studies & Global Citizenship
The Honours Christian Studies & Global Citizenship program consists of 20.0 credits, of which not more than 6.0 may be at the 100 level. The program must include at least 10.0 but no more than 12.0 credits in Christian Studies and Global Citizenship.
Language Credit Requirement (1.0 credit):
Of the credits taken outside the Christian Studies and Global Citizenship program at least 7.0 credits must be taken in courses from departments within the Faculty of Arts. At least 3.0 of these credits must be from courses at the 200 level or above which focus on understanding the student's own social and cultural context (for example, Canadian students must takes courses studying Canadian history, literature, politics, etc.). These courses should be selected in consultation with the program director after completing a statement of learning goals. The student is responsible for fulfilling all prerequisites for selected courses.
In addition, 2.0 additional credits may be taken in Christian Studies & Global Citizenship or any other discipline. These courses should be selected in consultation with the program director.Recommendation:
It is recommended that each student undertake a Global Citizenship Experience in a context other than the student's own native context. To apply for the GCE and enroll in GC398, students must be in either the honours or combined honours program, have completed at least 2.0 GC credits at the 200 level, and have attained at least a 7.00 (B-) average in their GC courses. Students who complete the GCE are expected to enroll in GC399, "Post-Placement," in the following fall term.