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Through reading, writing and debating in the 3 and 4-year Bachelor of Arts in Religion program at Booth University College, you will encounter many things that inspire, challenge and, hopefully, transform you.
You will not only come to appreciate religion’s influence on the world but also the impact of the sacred on personal beliefs and practices.
The critical, analytical and human skills you develop in the religion program will equip you to think critically, communicate clearly and relate well to others.
Religion affects every aspect of the human experience: history, culture, politics, economics, science, philosophy and more.
An adequate understanding of the world requires some knowledge of its various faith traditions. Religion points to and shapes the foundational, illuminating and nurturing aspects of human existence.
At Booth University College, this learning is done in an intentionally Christian academic context that fosters awareness of and respect for the beliefs and practices of other religious traditions.
It considers the history, phenomenology, structures and complex interconnectedness of religion.
While Christian texts, thought and history are the primary focus of study in the Bachelor of Arts in Religion program, students are also exposed to a number of other religious traditions during their studies.
Furthermore, religion majors have the opportunity to take relevant courses from other Booth University College programs. Such courses frequently include the sociology of religion, the psychology of religion and the philosophy of religion.
In addition to the Institutional Learning Outcomes, the Bachelor of Arts in Religion program seeks to develop the following intellectual abilities and skills in its students:
|Cost of living||1 person||$6,960|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$5,450|
|English Requirement||Must include English Language Arts|
Maximum of 2 courses from : Arts, Language
Remaining courses from the following: Business, Math, Science, Social Science and Humanities
|Minimum Average in required 5||65%|
Applicants from outside of Manitoba must meet equivalent requirements.
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