Admissions Process

Certificate Programs

Certificate in Advanced Leadership

This program is open to Salvation Army officers and staff and the public.

  • Obtain a Leadership Development recommendation (Salvation Army officers only)
  • Apply for the program online, including uploading a letter of introduction and intent. (Salvation Army officers are exempt from the letter of introduction and intent.)
  • Pay the tuition deposit ($200.00 CAD for students in the Canada/Bermuda territory). Once you complete the online application, you will be contacted by the program coordinator to arrange payment.
  • Arrange for official transcripts to be issued to Booth University College by your most recent academic institution in a sealed envelope. Any documents not written in English must have a certified translation accompanying them. International applicants are required to provide notarized transcripts and diplomas. (Salvation Army officers are exempt from the transcript requirement.)
  • Submit two reference letters. Email your reference letters to the program coordinator for the School for Continuing Studies: Michael_Glowasky@BoothUC.ca (Salvation Army officers are exempt from the reference letter requirement.)
  • Demonstrate a command of English sufficient to meet the demands of courses, written assignments, and participation in discussions. All applicants whose primary language is not English must provide verification of proficiency in the use of English by providing TOEFL or equivalent testing. Official test results must be forwarded to Booth University College. (Please see www.toefl.org for more details. Booth University College’s code is 7951).

Certificate in Advanced Leadership for Congregations

This program is open to Salvation Army officers and staff only.

  • Obtain a Leadership Development recommendation, which is required for admission to the program.
  • Apply for the program online.
  • Pay the tuition deposit ($200.00 CAD for students in the Canada/Bermuda territory). Once you complete the online application, you will be contacted by the program coordinator to arrange payment.
  • Demonstrate a command of English sufficient to meet the demands of courses, written assignments, and participation in discussions. All applicants whose primary language is not English must provide verification of proficiency in the use of English by providing TOEFL or equivalent testing. Official test results must be forwarded to Booth University College. (Please see www.toefl.org for more details. Booth University College’s code is 7951).

Certificate in Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care

This program is open to Salvation Army officers and staff and the public.

This program starts annually in September and potential candidates are encouraged to apply for admission by May 31st to allow adequate time for your application to be processed. Late applications will be accepted (with a late fee), but we cannot guarantee that your file will be processed by the start of the program.

  • Obtain a Leadership Development recommendation (Salvation Army officers only)
  • Apply for the program online, including uploading a letter of introduction and intent. (Salvation Army officers are exempt from the letter of introduction and intent.)
  • Pay the tuition deposit ($200.00 CAD for Canadian and American students, $500.00 CAD for international students). Once you complete the online application, you will be contacted by the program coordinator to arrange payment.
  • Arrange for official transcripts to be issued to Booth University College by your most recent academic institution in a sealed envelope. Any documents not written in English must have a certified translation accompanying them. International applicants are required to provide notarized transcripts and diplomas. (Salvation Army officers are exempt from the transcript requirement.)
  • Submit two reference letters. Email your reference letters to the program coordinator for the School for Continuing Studies: Michael_Glowasky@BoothUC.ca (Salvation Army officers are exempt from the reference letter requirement.)
  • Demonstrate a command of English sufficient to meet the demands of courses, written assignments, and participation in discussions. All applicants whose primary language is not English must provide verification of proficiency in the use of English by providing TOEFL or equivalent testing. Official test results must be forwarded to Booth University College. (Please see www.toefl.org for more details. Booth University College’s code is 7951).

Certificate in Kroc Center Leadership

This program is open to Salvation Army officers and staff only.

  • Obtain permission from the relevant division and/or territorial headquarters (required).
  • Apply for the program online.
  • Arrange for official transcripts to be issued to Booth University College by your most recent academic institution in a sealed envelope. Any documents not written in English must have a certified translation accompanying them. International applicants are required to provide notarized transcripts and diplomas.
  • Demonstrate a command of English sufficient to meet the demands of courses, written assignments, and participation in discussions. All applicants whose primary language is not English must provide verification of proficiency in the use of English by providing TOEFL or equivalent testing. Official test results must be forwarded to Booth University College. (Please see www.toefl.org for more details. Booth University College’s code is 7951).

Certificate in Leadership Essentials

This program is open to Salvation Army officers and staff and the public.

  • Obtain a Leadership Development recommendation (Salvation Army officers only)
  • Apply for the program online, including uploading a letter of introduction and intent. (Salvation Army officers are exempt from the letter of introduction and intent.)
  • Pay the tuition deposit ($200.00 CAD for students in the Canada/Bermuda territory). Once you complete the online application, you will be contacted by the program coordinator to arrange payment.
  • Arrange for official transcripts to be issued to Booth University College by your most recent academic institution in a sealed envelope. Any documents not written in English must have a certified translation accompanying them. International applicants are required to provide notarized transcripts and diplomas. (Salvation Army officers are exempt from the transcript requirement.)
  • Submit two reference letters. Email your reference letters to the program coordinator for the School for Continuing Studies: Michael_Glowasky@BoothUC.ca (Salvation Army officers are exempt from the reference letter requirement.)
  • Demonstrate a command of English sufficient to meet the demands of courses, written assignments, and participation in discussions. All applicants whose primary language is not English must provide verification of proficiency in the use of English by providing TOEFL or equivalent testing. Official test results must be forwarded to Booth University College. (Please see www.toefl.org for more details. Booth University College’s code is 7951).

Certificate in Not-for-Profit Management

This program is open to the public.

  • Apply for the program online, including uploading a letter of introduction and intent.
  • Pay the tuition deposit ($200.00 CAD for Canadian and American students, $500.00 CAD for international students). Once you complete the online application, you will be contacted by the program coordinator to arrange payment.
  • Arrange for official transcripts to be issued to Booth University College by your most recent academic institution in a sealed envelope. Any documents not written in English must have a certified translation accompanying them. International applicants are required to provide notarized transcripts and diplomas.
  • Submit two reference letters. Email your reference letters to the program coordinator for the School for Continuing Studies: Michael_Glowasky@BoothUC.ca
  • Demonstrate a command of English sufficient to meet the demands of courses, written assignments, and participation in discussions. All applicants whose primary language is not English must provide verification of proficiency in the use of English by providing TOEFL or equivalent testing. Official test results must be forwarded to Booth University College. (Please see www.toefl.org for more details. Booth University College’s code is 7951).

Certificate in Not-for-Profit Management- The Salvation Army

This program is open to Salvation Army officers and staff only.

  • Obtain a Leadership Development recommendation
  • Apply for the program online, including uploading a letter of introduction and intent. (Salvation Army officers are exempt from the letter of introduction and intent.)
  • Pay the tuition deposit ($200.00 CAD for students in the Canada/Bermuda territory). Once you complete the online application, you will be contacted by the program coordinator to arrange payment.
  • Arrange for official transcripts to be issued to Booth University College by your most recent academic institution in a sealed envelope. Any documents not written in English must have a certified translation accompanying them. International applicants are required to provide notarized transcripts and diplomas. (Salvation Army officers are exempt from the transcript requirement.)
  • Submit two reference letters. Email your reference letters to the program coordinator for the School for Continuing Studies: Michael_Glowasky@BoothUC.ca (Salvation Army officers are exempt from the reference letter requirement.)
  • Demonstrate a command of English sufficient to meet the demands of courses, written assignments, and participation in discussions. All applicants whose primary language is not English must provide verification of proficiency in the use of English by providing TOEFL or equivalent testing. Official test results must be forwarded to Booth University College. (Please see www.toefl.org for more details. Booth University College’s code is 7951).

Bachelor of Arts (General) – Biblical and Theological Studies

This program is open to cadets in The Salvation Army Canada and Bermuda Territory.

This degree program is offered in cooperation with The Salvation Army’s College for Officer Training (CFOT) and is restricted to those who have been accepted by The Salvation Army in the Canada and Bermuda Territory as cadets. While the completion of the degree requirements is the primary concern of Booth University College, The Salvation Army alone makes decisions about the suitability of a cadet for commissioning and ordination. If a student ceases to be a cadet for Salvation Army officership, that student will not be allowed to continue in this program. However, with the permission of Booth University College’s Academic Dean, the student may be allowed to transfer into another program offered by Booth University College.

During the portion of the program that is taken at CFOT, students prepare for commissioning and ordination as Salvation Army officers. After the completion of the CFOT component of the program, students finish their degree requirements directly with Booth University College. Please contact the School for Continuing Studies’ Program Coordinator, Michael Glowasky.

Master of Theological Studies (MTS) – Salvation Army Studies

This program is open to Salvation Army officers and staff and the public.

For further information on the admission and program requirements, prospective students may visit the MTS – Salvation Army Studies program page on Tyndale Seminary’s website.

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