BA - Bachelor in Theology & Culture - St. Marks/VST

A New Pathway for aspiring VST students without the requisite undergraduate degree!
St. Mark’s College and Vancouver School of Theology, affiliated Theological Colleges of the University of British Columbia, are pleased to announce an innovative new pathway for domestic and international students without an undergraduate degree who are aspiring to pursue graduate studies in theology at VST.

This collaboration will support indigenous and non-indigenous domestic and international students in their goals of an undergraduate degree and pursuing eligibility and admission into the Graduate studies program at VST. This joint effort will allow for English language training, cultural preparedness and build upon the growing diversification of each school.

Outcomes
Admissions

Outcomes

Within St. Mark’s College Bachelor of Arts in Theology and Culture, students can choose to take up to 8 VST graduate courses in the foundations of theological, pastoral and biblical study to meet advanced level Bachelor of Arts program requirements. Upon successful completion of the St. Mark’s undergraduate program, these students would then be eligible to pursue admission into the Graduate studies program at VST with advanced standing, having already completed the equivalent of 1 year of VST’s foundation courses.

Admissions

High school students require English language admission standard; graduation from a provincial high school with a minimum GPA of 67%; and completion of English 12 and three additional grade 12 courses.

For information and application to the St. Mark’s College BA in Theology and Culture, visit www.stmarkscollege.ca.

For information about how VST will be integrated into your formation and education at St. Mark’s College, please email Julie Lees.

Note: Completion of the St. Mark’s BA in Theology & Culture does not guarantee admission to a VST graduate program. Full application and consideration by the VST Admissions committee is required, normally in the final term of undergraduate studies.