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Learn more about our undergraduate programs

Saint Paul University offers programs in 5 disciplines:

  • Conflict Studies
  • Human Relations
  • Public Ethics and Philosophy
  • Social Communication
  • Theology

Building your degree

Here are some key terms to consider when planning your studies.

Bachelor’s Degree

A Bachelor’s Degree comprises 120 credits or 40 courses and provides in-depth education in one or more disciplines, depending on the type of Bachelor’s you select.

Honours Bachelor of Arts with Major

This degree is conferred upon completion of 120 credits in a program of studies that includes 42 credits in a particular discipline. The student must also add a major or minor to this Bachelor’s degree.

Honours Bachelor of Arts

This degree is conferred upon completion of 120 credits in a program of studies that includes 60 credits in a particular discipline.

Which Bachelor's Degree is right for you?

 

Honours Bachelor’s

Honours Bachelor’s with Major

 

Main
Discipline

Conflict Studies

Human Relations and Spirituality

Public Ethics

Social Communication

Conflict Studies

Human Relations and Spirituality

Social Communication

Theology

 

 

A student can add a complementary minor.

A student must add a complementary major or a complementary minor.

Complementary Discipline

Conflict Studies

 

 

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Human Relations and Spirituality

 

 

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Private and Public Ethics

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Social Communication

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Social Innovation

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Theology

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M Major: A complementary program consisting of 42 credits in a particular discipline.

m Minor: A complementary program consisting of 30 credits in a particular discipline.

Did you know…

Foundational Courses are included in all Bachelor’s degrees?

These courses are interdisciplinary, allowing you to explore contemporary issues and subjects from a theological, philosophical and human sciences perspective to help you understand today’s key issues.

Examples of Foundational Courses offered at SPU:

  • Trends in Western Thought
  • Artistic and Literary Imagination: Expressions of the Human Experience
  • People, Politics and the Planet
  • Faith, Justice and the Common Good