|Field of Study:||Religious Education
|Description:||An essential and integral part of achieving our mission involves teaching students what we believe, why we believe it, and instilling in them the skills necessary to teach these truths to others. Although it is true that the primary focus of the College is to prepare vocational ministers, we believe this is balanced by an emphasis on the first line of our mission statement (to prepare spiritual leaders for the Church of Jesus Christ) and a broader interpretation of the term “ministry.”
The two-year Associate of Arts Degree in General Education targets students who desire a quality educational experience, a strong spiritual environment, and a small, intimate campus but who may not be called to full-time ministry. Credits earned upon completion of this program can be applied toward any four-year degree program at Kingswood University or to a degree program at another Christian or public university (upon their approval). Students who plan to further their education elsewhere beyond the Associate of Arts Degree in General Education should contact the university or college where they intend to complete their bachelor’s degree to discuss credit transfer into their desired program of study. The A.A. Degree is also an opportunity for students who do not have the desire to pursue a four-year degree to achieve a more limited educational experience in the general education field for personal and professional growth.
|URL:||Associate of Arts in General Education at Kingswood University|
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These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
Applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent, and achieve satisfactory grades in the following Academic or College preparatory level courses in grades 10, 11, or 12: Two English credits, two Math or Science credits, and two Social Studies credits (e.g. history, sociology, and geography, civics, psychology).
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The prospective student is assessed according to academic background, moral behaviour and character, personal Christian testimony, and ministry graces. In the consideration process, the applicant’s complete prior academic record, recommendations, plans for the future, and personal information are reviewed. If applicants meet the required standards in these areas, they are admitted to the University. The University does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, national origin, age, or gender in admission to, treatment in, or employment in its programs and activities. Applicants are expected to be of high moral character and are therefore expected to be a minimum of six months from participation in tobacco products, non-prescription drug use, alcohol, pornography, inappropriate sexual relationships, gambling, and occult activities.