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If you are completing the three-year version of this course, you will receive advanced standing for 32 credits of the general education requirements.

Modules

3

English Composition II

3

COMM104

Communication Skills

3

History credits

6

Introduction to Fine Arts I OR Introduction to Fine Arts II

3

English Literature credits

3

Natural Science credits

3

Modern Foreign Language OR Greek credits MATH165

General education modules

General education credits are usually completed during the Foundation Year. If you meet the GCSE and A level entry requirements you will receive a package of advanced standing, worth up to 32 US credits, which will cover most general education requirements.

English Composition I

ENGL215

IDSC206

The Foundation Year is the entry point for those who are completing the course in four years. This is usually those who do not meet the entry requirement of two A levels (or equivalent).

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ENGL115

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FOUNDATION YEAR

General education requirements

Credits

Religion credits (fulfilled in major)

• 82 general education and elective credits.

You will develop your research and communication skills and gain knowledge in areas such as history, fine arts, algebra, literature, religion, science and health principles. The successful completion of the Foundation Year will provide a solid base for your further studies.

Title

4-12

College Algebra

3

Computer competency test

-

Cultural Anthropology

3

Behavioural Science module

3

HLED110

Health Principles

3

PEAC121

Physical Education I

-

PEAC122

Physical Education II

-

ANTH200

TOTAL GENERAL EDUCATION CREDITS

45-53

TOTAL ELECTIVE CREDITS (remaining credits, to total 124)

29-37

Course outcomes

During your studies you will be encouraged to: • apply critical thinking to Christianity and philosophies of Western thought • possess key skills essential to ensure effective participation in ministries • engage independently in the serious and scholarly study of the Bible • meet deadlines through the application of self-discipline and diligent study habits • be aware of needs of the community from a faith-driven standpoint • generate creative responses to challenges in pastoral ministry

This course prepares you for careers and employment in a broad range of fields, including: • • • • •

Education Counselling Church administration Not-for-profit Government and community work • Journalism and editing • Youth and social work

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