Booth University College is committed to academic excellence, offering rigorous certificate, degree and continuing studies programs taught to the highest standards. You will be taught in all of your courses by faculty who are committed teachers and scholars, and who will challenge you to reach your highest level of academic achievement.
Bachelor Degree Structure
The Booth University College bachelor’s degree has three components: 1. the core curriculum (described below), 2. the disciplinary major, 3. the elective courses that a student may choose simply for interest or deepen their understanding within their disciplinary major. Requirements for disciplinary major and electives are described within each bachelor degree program.
Booth University College Core Curriculum
Booth University College’s core curriculum is comprised of the courses that are required of all bachelor degree students. This core will deliver a breadth of knowledge in the natural sciences, the social sciences, religion and literature. The core curriculum will also teach students to think critically and acquire solid skills in reading comprehension and writing. The purpose of the core curriculum is to create an intellectual foundation upon which an in-depth disciplinary/program study can be based.
We also offer pre-professional pathways to a degree in Social Work, as well as Education, Law, and Nursing. Studying at Booth UC prepares you for the admission requirements for a Booth UC degree in Social Work, as well as professional degrees at other Canadian institutions.
Booth University College is one of the most affordable Christian higher education institutions in Canada. We have absolutely no hidden fees – and once our scholarships are calculated in, you’ll see that earning a degree here is on par with total costs at public universities in Winnipeg and across Canada. In addition, you receive all of the added benefits that come with studying at a private Christian university or college.
Institutional Learning Outcomes
When you graduate from Booth University College, we want you to leave with a wide range of skills that will serve you in the workplace, at home and out in the community. That is why we have developed institution-wide learning outcomes. Regardless of the certificate program or bachelor degree program you enrol in at Booth University College, at the conclusion of your degree or certificate you will achieve the following outcomes:
1. Christian Worldview
Graduates of Booth University College will be exposed to a Christian worldview that is informed, critically grounded, and in accord with the Scriptures and orthodox faith.
2. Christian Character
Graduates of Booth University College will be encouraged to demonstrate a way of life that emanates from a Christian worldview, demonstrating hope, justice and mercy in all spheres of life.
3. Passion for Learning
Graduates of Booth University College will be able to demonstrate a passion for learning by their curiosity and restless search for answers.
4. Critical Inquiry
Graduates of Booth University College will be able to acquire knowledge, understanding and truth through the close examination of a matter, the systematic exploration of issues and arguments, the collecting and analyzing of evidence and by making informed judgments.
5. Creative Problem-Solving
Graduates of Booth University College will be able to draw on their educational experiences and apply the principles of critical inquiry to develop interdisciplinary solutions to problems.
6. Integrating Knowledge
Graduates of Booth University College will be able to acquire and use in-depth multidisciplinary knowledge through the integration of the scholarly disciplines as well as through their personal, social, and academic experiences.
7. Aesthetic Sensibility
Graduates of Booth University College will be able to demonstrate an awareness of and appreciation for a range of creative arts, interpret their meanings and express creativity and artistry in their academic work.
8. Ethical Decision-Making
Graduates of Booth University College will be able to demonstrate a commitment to ethical behaviour that recognizes their ethical obligations to others and their responsibility to contribute to the common good of society.
9. Social Justice
Graduates of Booth University College will be able to advocate for and practice social justice.
10. Communication Skills
Graduates of Booth University College will be able to speak and present information clearly and convincingly in multiple modes.
11. Global Diversity
Graduates of Booth University College will be able to demonstrate an awareness of and engagement with diversity including, but not limited to, the differences in race, class, gender, culture, religion, politics, lifestyle, physical and mental abilities.
Graduates of Booth University College will be able to use the skills and knowledge acquired in their studies in service of the local and global communities.
Graduates of Booth University College will be able to describe the nature, potential and responsibility of leadership and be able to engage others in building capacity for positive change.
The Big Power of Small
Being a smaller institution, Booth University College is able to focus on the individual success of its students. Our average class size ranges between 20-25 students, which allows for more in-depth teaching and learning. Faculty will know you by name and they’ll connect with you personally.
The Power of Christian Higher Education
Your worldview will be broadened by the Christian perspective in the classroom and the encouraged open and respectful dialogue. We will help prepare you for your career while helping you build a strong foundation for life and faith that will inspire you to change the world for the better.
The Right Choice
“I first heard about Booth University College from a friend who had attended here. After doing some research, I booked a tour to get a better feel of the place. On this tour, the most striking thing for me was the strong sense of community I found in this school, and that was what made me decide I wanted to come here. Booth is a wonderfully welcoming place, and I felt quite at home from the very beginning. “
– Alina Hart, pre-Social Work student