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FACULTY OF HUMANITIES & EDUCATION HANDBOOK 2010–2011

L.TH AND BA (THEOLOGY) DEGREE

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The Licentiate in Theology and/or the degree of Bachelor of Arts (Theology) will be awarded to students of Theological Colleges affiliated with the University of the West Indies who, having completed the appropriate course of study prescribed by these Regulations, have satisfied the examiners in the examination for the L.Th and/or the BA (Theology).

2.

The Theological Colleges concerned are responsible for the admission of students and shall submit to the University at the appropriate time a list of students and their qualifications for purposes of matriculation

notifiCAtion of results

  • 14.

    At the end of each semester a Pass List shall be published for the programme.

  • 15.

    The results of the final examination shall be published in a separate Pass List, with the names of the successful students arranged alphabetically.

16. All other normal Faculty Requirements as specified in the regulations for the BA Degree must be met (also see the degree structure on p. 46 in the mAjors AnD speCiAls section)

LICENTIATE IN THEOLOGY (L.TH)

quAlifiCAtions for ADmission

  • 3.

    The following are eligible for admission to the prescribed course of study for the Licentiate in Theology:

    • (a)

      graduates of an approved University or

  • (b)

    students who have passed the Higher School Certificate examination or the General Certificate of Education in at least two principal advanced level subjects: or

  • (c)

    students who qualify for admission under the Regulations governing Matriculation: or

  • (d)

    Individual students lacking qualifications under (a), (b) or

    • (c)

      , above, who can present other evidence of satisfactory achievement may be accepted by the University on the recommendation of the Principal of the affiliated college.

full-time stuDents

4. (a) Students for the LTh shall pursue a prescribed course of study extending over not less than six (6) and not more than ten (10) semesters before being eligible for the award of the Licentiate.

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