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Briercrest College and Seminary receives degree-granting authorization
Expanded degree-granting is now a reality at Briercrest College and Seminary.
“I’m delighted to announce today that Briercrest College and Seminary . . . has received authorization to provide a bachelor of arts in humanities effective in July 2013,” Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall said in the school’s chapel on Tuesday.>>more
Registration Ends May 20, 2013
Booth University College
Seminary Conference, May 27, 2013
"A Collaborative Future for Seminary Education in Canada"
As seminary enrolments across Canada drop and include more non-traditional students seeking degrees other than the MDiv, how can seminaries collaborate to adapt and continue to thrive and serve the church and our society?
CHEC Annual Conference and AGM, May 28, 2013
"Collaborative Approaches to Promoting our Brand"
Don't miss this important event for leaders of colleges, universities and seminaries, as CHEC explores new levels of collaboration on research, data collection, endowment policy and joint procurement.
You will learn more about: the positive nexus between research and marketing; the value of studies on student satisfaction; the impact of aggregate data for promoting Christian higher education; best practices in soliciting and managing endowments; and the potential for various types of joint procurement.
Come and be part of taking CHEC's collaboration to a new level in order to advance the effectiveness of our members and the promotion of Christian higher education in Canada.
Symposium on Native Peoples and Christian Higher Education,
May 29, 2013
“Native Peoples and Christian Higher Education in Canada: Walking Together.”
What would the nature of Christian education focused on Native people & their needs look like?
What are the educational needs which Native people which could best be served by Christian-based Institutions?
What are the next steps to make this happen?
This event is co-sponsored by CHEC and NAIITS