INDEPENDENT STUDENTS
Looking to explore theological education but not ready to commit to a degree? Start here!

The college welcomes applications from independent students who wish to take individual courses, whether as part of their discernment for ministry, as continuing education credit, or to further their interest in Christianity. Credit earned as an independent student may be transferred towards a degree, certificate, or diploma program.

The college regularly offers credit and non-credit courses in a variety of formats, including one-week intensive courses in Montreal, and semester-long courses online.

UPCOMING COURSES
Course name Instructor Semester
14 FEB/ An Introduction to Constructive Communication (Classroom) 14 FEB/ An Introduction to Constructive Communication (Classroom)
Winter 2020
8 FEB/ Making Disciples of Jesus: A Training Day (Classroom and Online) The Rev. Dr. Hilary Bogert-Winkler
Winter 2020
STARTS 15 JAN/ Liturgy and Context: Anglican Worship in Perspective (Online Course) The Rev. Dr. Hilary Bogert-Winkler
Winter 2020
23 JAN/ Online Open House 23 JAN/ Online Open House
Winter 2020
STARTS 28 JAN / Wholeness and Holiness: Reconciliation in the Church and in the World (Online) Rev. Dr. Jesse Zink
Winter 2020
The Good Book Club: Introducing the Gospel of John (Online) Rev. Dr. Jesse Zink
Winter 2020
APPLICATION AND ADMISSION

Independent students must complete the college’s application form and submit unofficial transcripts of their previous academic study (if any). In reviewing the application, the college may ask for additional information, including a personal statement explaining the student’s interest in theological education, or letters of reference.

Tuition and other charges depend on the course the student takes. It will be clearly signaled on the course page.

Ask Admissions staff all your questions

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For Application Questions
Beth Reed, Administrator