Looking to expand your knowledge of the Bible, theology, and the principles of Christian service? Consider the one-year Certificate of Christian Studies at Booth University College.

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The Certificate of Christian Studies can be completed in:

  • 1 year (30 credit hours)

The Christian Studies program at Booth UC is grounded in the Christian faith. We're motivated by love, hope, and social justice. These core values are reflected in the courses we teach. 

We welcome people from all backgrounds, encourage diverse perspectives, and nurture rich friendships.

The School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Small class sizes, a collaborative learning environment, and faculty who believe in Education for a Better World. The School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Booth UC provides a meaningful student experience that prepares you with knowledge and confidence for today's world.

What You'll Learn

In addition to Booth University College's Institutional Learning Outcomes, you'll learn to: 

  • Understand and articulate what is essential to the Christian faith.
  • Explain key aspects of the Christian faith with scripture, doctrine, history, reason, and experience.
  • Examine, describe, and evaluate practices and phenomena involving Christians and Christian traditions.
  • Appreciate the diversity of Christianity as an ancient, contemporary, global, and local faith.
  • Engage in respectful conversation with people from different religious traditions.
  • Explain the influence of Christians, the church, and other embodiments of Christianity in the world.
  • Locate and evaluate critical sources for the study of Christianity and related subjects.
  • Discern how the Christian faith, the church, scripture, and other aspects of Christianity are resources for justice, truth, and reconciliation.
  • Appreciate the constraints of historical analysis and semantics.
  • Develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to understand and apply key resources of Christianity within scholarship.


For course details, visit the Academic Calendar.

1 Year (30 credits) Requirements

Credit hours must include (no substitutions):

  • REL 100 Introduction to Christianity (6 credit hours)
  • ENG 100 University Writing (3 credit hours)
  • 12 credit hours of Religion courses
  • 9 credit hours of Behavioural Sciences courses (psychology and sociology)

Admission Requirements

Review the admission requirements for this program, plus specific details for mature students, international students, and high school equivalencies for applicants outside Manitoba.

Contact Us

Our Admissions Team is happy to provide more information or help you through the application process. Contact us if you'd like to learn more about Booth University College or any of our programs.

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