Academic Regulations
 
  • Applicants should normally register for courses six weeks prior to the beginning of the semester (i.e. September, January). However, late registrations will be considered.

  •  Two credit hour courses qualify for the Associate in Theology and are identified as such. Students may apply three credit hour courses to fulfill the qualifications of A.Th. program. Two credit hour courses, however, cannot be applied to a degree program.

  • Most courses require written assignments and/or a final examination.

  • All examinations (with the exception of take home/mail in examinations) must be written under the supervision of an invigilator. It is the responsibility of the student to arrange for an invigilator in accordance with the regulations governing examination invigilation set out in the Queen’s College Calendar.

  • Courses are to be completed within a single academic semester. Please consult Queen’s College Academic Regulations governing Aegrotat standing, late assignments, and incomplete grades. Students should also consult the Queen’s College Calendar for regulations governing grading of courses, language, plagiarism, and required withdrawal and readmission.

  • The tuition cost for all courses is published before the academic year begins. Students are eligible for a discount under specified conditions. Queen’s College courses are not offered with a waiver of tuition fees for senior citizens. Students should consult the Queen’s College Calendar for regulations governing tuition refunds.

  • The withdrawal policy concerning academic prejudice follows the policies outlined under AcademicRegulations of the current Queen’s College Calendar.

  • A maximum of two courses from external institutions may be transferred towards the Associate in Theology. The external institutions are normally member schools of the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada.

  • Additional policies governing the College’s academic programs are applicable to the Associate in Theology and are contained within the current calendar. Applicants may also wish to consult the College’s web site for information.

  • ;Students seeking any changes or amendment to the qualifications (noted above) must do so by writing the Faculty of Theology for permission.