Year-by-year course requirements - New Saint Andrews College

Year-by-year Course Requirements

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Requirements for the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in Liberal Arts and Culture 

Candidates for the Bachelor of Arts degree must complete each of the following requirements:

1. Pass each term in all Cultural Colloquia, or their approved equivalents.
2. Pass 12 terms in language. These 12 terms must include four terms of Latin and eight terms of any classical language.
3. Pass nine cultural electives.
4. Complete a written Thesis and earn a passing grade.

Model Four-Year Plan for the Bachelors of Arts (B.A.) Degree in Liberal Arts and Culture

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4
Latin Colloquium
(4 terms)
Classical Language Colloquium
(4 terms)
Classical Language Colloquium
(4 terms)
Electives
(9 one-term courses)
Lordship Colloquium
(4 terms)
Classical Culture and History Colloquium (4 Terms) Literature Discipline (4 terms)
Classical Rhetoric Colloquium (4 terms) Electives (4 1-term courses) Philosophy Discipline (4 terms) Principia Theologiae (4 terms)
Music Colloquium
(4 terms)
Natural History Colloquium
(4 terms)
Principia Mathematica Colloquium (4 terms) Integrated Thesis (2 terms)

 

Requirements for the Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree in Liberal Arts and Culture 

Candidates for the Associate of Arts degree must complete each of the following requirements:

1. Pass all four terms in each of the following

  • Lordship
  • Classical Rhetoric
  • Music History and Theory
  • Faith & Reason
  • Persuasive Writing
  • Classical Culture and History
  • Natural History

2. Pass eight terms in classical language. Four terms must be in Latin, or an approved equivalent. (Testing into intermediate or advanced Latin courses, or their equivalent, does not reduce the number of required terms in that language.)

Model Two-Year Plan for the Associates Degree in Liberal Arts and Culture

Year 1 Year 2
Latin (4 terms) Classical Language Colloquium (4 terms)
Lordship (4 terms) Classical Culture and History Colloquium (4 terms)
Classical Rhetoric (4 terms) Electives (4 1-term courses)
Music (4 terms) Natural History (4 terms)