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Canterbury College Christian Studies Program

Our Christian Studies program offers a variety of interesting courses for you to consider.  Our courses are offered in two streams. 

Licentiate in Theology (LTh) Courses

This is a pre-degree program intended for those who take seriously a call to Ministry, while recognizing that "Ministry" is made manifest in many diverse yet equal ways. For example, the LTh may be undertaken:

  • for your personal development, to deepen and enhance your knowledge for discipleship
  • for those contemplating Ordained Ministry, Diaconal Ministry, or Ordination for Specialized Ministry
  • for those already engaged in Ministry who are seeking to complement their education
  • for those looking to work in Chaplaincy

By entering into agreements with other educational institutions, Huron University College has ensured that students across Canada, and across denominational traditionsl, will have a full range of course options.

LTh Course Requirements

A total of 16 courses, with an overall averqage of 65%, will be needed for successful completion of the LTh. The courses will take a variety of configurations regarding the number of in-class (face time) hours and online (cyber) components, totaling 18 hours per course. You will need to complete:

  • 2 core Theological Studies
  • 2 core Sacred Texts
  • 2 core History of Religion
  • 10 Electives

LTh Course Fees

  • $300 per course
  • Annual $17 registration fee, covers registration for all courses taken in that academic year

LTh courses can also be audited for a fee of $150 (the registration fee still applies). You will receive a certificate of participation, but no credit towards the Licentiate in Theology. If audited, the course may count towards Lay Reader qualifications.

Lay Reader Courses

General Interest Courses can fulfil Lay Reader requirements and are open to all who are seeking a better understanding of their faith and spirituality.

Canterbury College works in conjunction with Huron University College to provide educational opportunities which can count towards a Certification in Theology.

Canterbury College gratefully acknowleges the Anglican Foundation of Canada for their generous support of our Christian Studies Programs.

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