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Undergraduate programs

The Department offers a variety of degree options and concentrations, and is also excited to announce the availability of a new Honours Program at the undergraduate level. Here at a glance are the different degrees offered in the area of Theological Studies at Concordia University:


Program requirements


Specific program requirements


Theological Studies Official Grading Grids

Letter grade Percentage Equivalency
A+ 95.0 - 100
A 90.0-94.9
A-

86.0-89.9

B+

82.0-85.9

B

78.0-81.9

B-

74.0-77.9

C+

70.0-73.9

C

66.0-69.9

C-

62.0-65.9

D+

58.0-61.9

D

54.0-57.9

D-

50.0-53.9

F

0-49.9


A

Excellent.

Indicates the highest level of achievement.

A+

(4.3)

Outstanding. The A+ in the grading system allows for truly outstanding work to be recognized. Normally achieved by a small number of students.

A

(4.0)

Excellent skills and great originality. Superior work in both content and presentation. 

A-

3.7

Excellent. The student has an insightful grasp of the subject matter. Academic work demonstrates clear and persuasive argument. It is a well structured text that features solid introductory and concluding arguments. There are few presentation errors. 

B

Good.

Indicates a good level of achievement.

B+

(3.3)

Very Good performance. Thorough knowledge of concepts and/or techniques. Student has the ability to learn independently and to use relevant evidence to develop logically valid arguments. Some minor but noticeable errors in presentation may detract from the otherwise high quality of work. 

B

(3.0)

A good grasp of the subject matter. The student’s paper is clear and well structured. Minor components of an answer may be missing. 

B-

(2.7)

Good level of knowledge. Has the ability to go beyond the simple reiteration of the material presented in class. Papers are articulate and fulfill the course requirements. 

C

Satisfactory.

Academic work of an acceptable quality.

C+

(2.3)

Competent. The student’s work is competent and demonstrates an adequate understanding of the subject matter. Academic work of an acceptable quality. Ideas are presented in a style that is at least coherent and orderly. Presentation errors that affect the quality of the work are present. 

C

(2.0)

Fairly competent. Acceptable level of knowledge. Papers need structuring. Student has some difficulty in clarifying his/her thoughts. 

C-

(1.7)

Satisfactory. Command of only the basic concepts of knowledge. Student has obvious difficulty structuring and developing ideas. 

D

Passing.

Indicates the lowest passing grade.

D+

(1.3)

Marginal performance. Superficial grasp of the subject matter. A sense of organization and development is often not demonstrated. Major components of a question may have been neglected. Difficulty in expressing ideas. 

D

(1.0)

Minimal grasp of the material. Ideas are not clear to the reader. 

D-

(0.5)

Deficient in many of the objectives of the course. Important skills not attained. 

F

Failure.

Lack of even minimal understanding.

F Failure: Basic concepts and principles not learned. Essential skills cannot be demonstrated. 

100% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50%
4.3 A+ .215 .43 .645 .86 1.075 1.29 1.5 1.72 1.48 2.15
4.0 A .2 .4 .6 .8 1.0 1.2 1.4 1.6 1.8 2.0
3.7 A- .185 .37 .555 .74 .925 1.11 1.295 1.48 1.665 1.85
3.3 B+  .165 .33 .495 .66 .825 .99 1.15 1.32 1.485 1.65
3.0 B .15 .3 .45 .6 .75 .9 1.05 1.2 1.35 1.5
2.7 B-  .135  .27 .405 .54  .675  .81 .945  1.08 1.215  1.35
2.3 C+ .115 .23 .345 .46 .575 .69 .805 .92 1.035 1.15
2.0 C .1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8 .9 1.0
1.7 C- .085 .17 .255 .34 .425 .51 .595 .68 .765 .85
1.3 D+ .065 .13 .195 .26 .325 .39 .455 .52 .585 .65
1.0 D .05 .1 .15 .2 .25 .3 .35 .4 .45 .5
0.5 D- .025 .05 .075 .1 .125 .15 .175 .2 .225 .25
0.0 F                    
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