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The B.A. in Faith, Ethics and Justice (previously named B.A. in Theology) provides a multifaceted approach to exploring the Christian faith, the human experience, and the challenges of pursuing a more humane and just society.
Whatever your background, you will find a place in this program at Saint Paul University to explore these questions in a fresh, open, and inviting way.
This program will help you develop a well-rounded foundation for understanding scripture, navigating the dynamics of spiritual and emotional life, exploring personal purpose and meaning, and even thinking more clearly and deeply about God and the world.
During your studies, you will also learn how to connect your insights to contemporary challenges facing the Church and society, including ecology, technology, economics, and health.
Through this practical approach, you will gain an ability to think critically, act ethically and communicate effectively.
This diploma is jointly offered with the University of Ottawa.
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Students who successfully complete the most advanced level (ESL 500) of the English Intensive Program offered by the Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute (OLBI) at the University of Ottawa with a final grade of at least B, satisfy the language requirements.
These students don’t have to pass one of the language tests described above.
The English Intensive Program (EIP) at the University of Ottawa is designed to:
Build your confidence and help you acquire the language skills, academic abilities, and intercultural knowledge you need to succeed, both in your undergraduate or graduate program and on a personal level.
The office has its own placement test. As well as, depending on the number of students received in a certain semester, it accepts students of all IELTS scores.
The minimum admission average is 70% (except for Quebec applicants from secondary school)
Have a diploma attesting to 12 years of education equivalent to the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD).
Persons who have completed a secondary diploma attesting to 13 years of education, such as the Baccalauréat de l’enseignement secondaire français, can receive up to 30 units of advanced standing.
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