Study Opportunity in Ottawa
Offered by WLS
May 4-10, 2014
- What are the issues facing Canada today?
- What is Canada’s Place in the World?
- How have faith communities and churches contributed to the public purpose?
- What does it mean to be a Global Citizen?
WLS is offering an exciting course in Ottawa in a blended format that combines a week long visit to Ottawa with an online course during Spring/Summer Term.
The Instructors will be:
David Pfrimmer who directed the Lutheran Office for Public Policy for over 20 years.
Joe Gunn who is the Executive Director of Citizens for Public Justice
Incidental fee for this course is $235.00 which covers residence room and breakfasts. Students will be staying in residence at the University of Ottawa.
Please note: Additional costs such as meals, transportation, parking and any personal shopping or entertainment are the responsibility of the individual student. Some walking and use of public transportation will be required. WLS cannot guarantee that every venue or public transportation will be entirely accessible. Caregivers if required will need to pay the incidental fee for room and breakfasts as well as the additional costs listed here.
To take this course for credit:
1. Enrol as a student at Waterloo Lutheran Seminary (or Wilfrid Laurier University).
To take this course for credit, you must be enrolled as a student at Waterloo Lutheran Seminary or Wilfrid Laurier University. If you have been a graduate student in recent years, please contact the Seminary Office to see if you can skip this step.
If you are not a student already, you can apply online using this website.
General Graduate Studies (non-degree-seeking students), click “Select programs for your application”, then “By Degree”, then “General Graduate Studies (non-degree studies), and select “Waterloo Lutheran Seminary” from the drop down menu. Your expected date of enrolment will be “May 2014”.
Transcripts are required from all past post-secondary institutions. You can order transcripts from most Ontario institutions online, as part of the application process. Please have all application materials submitted to the Seminary Office by MARCH 25TH.
2. Register in the course.
Once accepted as a student, you will receive an email with instructions on how to register for courses using LORIS. A complete list of courses offered through WLS during the Spring term (May – August) is available here.
As an off-campus course, there is a restriction in place to prevent accidental registrations. If you encounter an error, please contact email@example.com for an override to this restriction.
Undergraduate students will register for this course using the course registration number (crn) 809 (GC398)
Graduate students will register for this course using the course registration number (crn) 817 (GC628D)