Education is a cooperative effort that shares the resources of several institutions. Booth University College has built partnerships that enrich the educational experience of our students and enhance the opportunities available to them. We continue to explore new partnerships that will provide our students with even more resources in the future.
University of Winnipeg Faculty of Education Articulation Agreement
Applying to transfer into the Faculty of Education:
Transfer up to 42 credit hours of recognized Booth University College courses towards the Integrated Education bachelor degree program at the University of Winnipeg. These courses are typically in areas of English, Psychology, Sociology, or History. There are no specific course requirements for transferring. Once students have transferred to the Faculty of Education, no additional courses can be completed elsewhere. This is due to residency requirements for the BA or BSc and Education degrees at the University of Winnipeg.
Students transferring fewer than 18 credit hours will be admitted to Year 1 of the Integrated Program at the University of Winnipeg. Students transferring 18-42 credit hours will be admitted to Year 2 of the Integrated Program. Due to the sequential nature of the required education courses and student teaching, the Integrated Program will normally take a minimum of four additional calendar years to complete. For this reason, there is no admission to Year 3 of the Integrated Program.
Note: Students may have completed more than 42 credit hours of courses; however, the maximum number of transferable credit hours that are eligible is 42. Applicants who have completed a degree (regardless of the number of credit hours that transfer into the Education degree) must apply to the after degree program.
There are typically 50 transfer spaces available each year. Booth University College students will compete for these spaces. Typically, applicants need a GPA in excess of 2.5 to be competitive. Booth University College students must complete the University of Winnipeg application form, supply any other required documents, and adhere to the May 1 deadline. Potential applicants are encouraged to attend information sessions about this program, which are held regularly throughout the year and may consult the Faculty of Education website for more detailed information on the Transfer Program.
Applying to the Faculty of Education After-Degree Program:
Booth University College bachelor’s degrees are recognized by the Department of Education, and graduates of Booth University College are eligible to apply to the University of Winnipeg After-Degree program. There are typically 70 After-Degree program spaces each year. Booth University College students will compete for these spaces. Applicants should be aware that they will typically require a GPA well in excess of 2.5 to be competitive in the annual selection process. Applicants must have completed coursework in two teachable subject areas and have experience working with children of the age group they wish to teach. Booth University College students must adhere to all regular application procedures and the deadline of February 15th. Potential applicants are encouraged to attend information sessions about this program, which are held regularly throughout the year and may consult the University of Winnipeg’s Faculty of Education website for more detailed information on the After Degree Program.
Red River College Polytechnic
Booth University College and Red River College Polytechnic in Winnipeg have established a Bachelor of Business Administration degree completion program for students at Red River College Polytechnic.
To be admitted into this degree completion program at Booth UC, Red River River College Polytechnic students are required to complete Red River College Polytechnic’s two-year diploma in Business Administration with a grade point average of C or better (2.0).
Upon acceptance to Booth University College’s Bachelor of Business Administration Program, these students will be awarded a block of transfer credits totalling 60 credit hours.
For more information on this 2+2 program, contact our Admissions Office.
Tyndale University College and Seminary
Booth University College and Tyndale University College and Seminary have partnered to offer a Master of Theological Studies (MTS) Degree in Salvation Army Studies. This Tyndale-based graduate degree is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) in the United States and Canada. The widely-recognized accreditation status facilitates eligible graduates in pursuing advanced degrees as well as transferring courses to other seminaries in North America. An overview of the degree requirements is provided in our Academic Calendar.
For more information on the admission and program requirements, visit Tyndale’s website.
Council of Christian Colleges and Universities
Booth University College is an affiliate member of the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU). The CCCU supports the enhancement of learning at member Christian colleges and universities. Our students can take advantage of a CCCU travel partnership with BestSemester.com. Study abroad options include: Los Angeles Film Studies Centre, Oxford Scholars’ Semester or Summer Programme, Southeastern China at Xiamen University, and many more. Explore them all at BestSemester.com
Jerusalem University College
Booth University College became an associate school of Jerusalem University College in September 2000. As an associate school, JUC programs can be available to Booth University College students. Students can take short courses or an entire semester abroad. Studies in Jerusalem count for credit toward the completion of their Booth University College bachelor’s degree program. For information on the programs at Jerusalem University College, contact the Academic Dean or visit the Jerusalem University College website.
In 2014, Booth University College signed agreements for cooperation with the following universities in Seoul Korea.
- Korea University
- Myongji University
- Soongsil University
The general agreements are to explore the possibility of collaboration in the areas of student exchanges, professor visits, and joint research. The agreements are meant to build trust between the universities and allow ongoing contact for program-specific agreements to be made.
Salvation Army Partnerships
College for Officer Training – Canada and Bermuda Territory
In September 2000, Booth University College and The Salvation Army’s College for Officer Training (CFOT) in the Canada and Bermuda Territory formed a partnership. Our goal was to strengthen officer preparation and continuing education in the Canada and Bermuda Territory. CFOT and Booth University College work in partnership to deliver an undergraduate program to cadets.
The Salvation Army Ethics Centre
The mission of The Salvation Army Ethics Centre is to study, proclaim and practice ethics with the highest possible degree of expertise and contemporary relevance. Located in Winnipeg, the Ethics Centre is a resource to Salvationists and others across Canada and around the world. The Centre offers workshops, seminars and individualized consultation in the area of ethics. It has an active program of research and publication and maintains a library of resource materials on a wide range of ethical issues. These Salvation Army resources are available to all students of Booth University College.