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Undergraduate Courses


Below is a list of the 300 and 400 level courses you can take with St. Mark's College. The Bachelor of Arts in Theology and Culture has required courses as well as the opportunity for some electives.

Students in first and second year are cross-enrolled at Corpus Christi College for 100 and 200 level courses. These courses are viewable on the Corpus Christi College course listing webpage.

Senior (300 And 400) Level BA in Theology and Culture Courses

Explore our courses by subject, or view a full list of undergraduate course descriptions.
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  • Education

    • EDUC 410: Religion in Curriculum and Life of the School
    • EDUC 420: History of Catholic Education in Canada
    • EDUC 430: The Catholic School Teacher: Pre-Practicum Experience
  • English

    • ENGL 310: English Grammar and Usage
    • ENGL 312: History of the English Language (6 credits)
    • ENGL 316: Chaucer and the Middle Ages
    • ENGL 318: Old English Poetry in Translation
    • ENGL 319: English Renaissance and Reformation Literature
    • ENGL 320: Modern Catholic Literature and Culture
    • ENGL 415: Children’s Literature After 1900
    • ENGL 416: Contemporary Children’s and Young Adult Literature
    • ENGL 417: Studies in Contemporary Canadian Aboriginal Literature
    • ENGL 418: Topics in Indigenous Literatures
    • ENGL 421: Tragedy & Film
    • ENGL 448: Shakespeare, Genre, and Religion
  • History

    • HIST 301: British Columbia (6 cr)
    • HIST 311: Britain and European Relations 1750 – 1850
    • HIST 312: Britain and European Relations 1850 – 1918
    • HIST 314: Brian and European Relations 1918 – 1945
    • HIST 313: Britain and European Relations 1945 – present
    • HIST 330: Early Church History: Ideas and Their Development
    • HIST 401: Modern East Asia
    • HIST 420: Topics in Canadian History: Indigenous-Settler Relations in 17th – 21st Century Canada
    • HIST 425: Modern Church History
  • Religious Education

    • RLED 410: Philosophy of Catholic Education
    • SPIR 437: Leadership and Spirituality
  • Theology

    • THEO 310: Vocation, Ministry and Service-Learning
    • THEO 321: The Prophets in The Hebrew Bible, Ancient Near East, and Today
    • THEO 402: God, Christ, Church
    • THEO 405: Liturgy and Sacramental Life
    • THEO 435: Catholic Ethics
    • THEO 451: Biblical Studies
    • THEO 490: Capstone Reflection Seminar




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