The Bachelor of Theology (BTh) is a four-year degree. The Three-Year Bachelor of Theology may also be awarded. Huron University College offers one or more Major modules leading to the BTh.
Admission to the Faculty of Theology for this degree will have requirements identical to those for admission to the Faculty of Arts and Social Science at Huron University College.
Admission to the Major Module
Completion of first year requirements with an average of 60% in 3.0 principal courses including Theological Studies 1020E
, and no grade less than 60% in any principal course.
A Major module will consist of 7.0 courses:
1.0 course: Religious Studies 2131E4.0 courses
in Theological Studies at the 2200 level or above, Languages within the module below the 2200 level may be counted.2.0 courses
in Theological Studies at the 2200 level or above of which 0.5 courses must be at the 4000 level*
*Students in the Major module may complete 1.0 thesis course (offered at the 4000 level) with the permission of the Faculty of Theology. Student with an interest in graduate work in Theology are encouraged to develop competency in a language (those usually associated with theological study are modern German, French, Classical Hebrew, new Testament Greek) or to develop basic reading competence in two languages.
Graduation Requirements - Bachelor of Theology
Students earning the BTh must complete one Major module in theological studies offered by the Faculty of Theology. Students may pursue another module offered by the Faculty of Arts and Social Science at Huron University College. Students must meet all graduation requirements for the Bachelor Degree (Four-Year).
Graduation Requirements - Bachelor of Theology (Three-Year)
Students earning this degree must complete one Major module in theological studies offered by the Faculty of Theology. Students must meet all graduation requirements for the Bachelor Degree (Three-Year).
Students completing one Minor module in the Faculty of Arts and Social Science may also complete the Major in theological studies for their BA.