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Associate of Arts Diploma

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Designed to provide you with the credits or diploma needed to transfer into another academic program, the Associate of Arts Diploma offers you with a wide-range of course offerings along with the opportunity to study the Bible and theology. The diploma is recognized by a number of other Christian and provincial institutions – making it a stepping-stone into other post-secondary studies for graduates.

The two-year Associate of Arts Diploma will provide you with:

  • The opportunity study in a number of different academic disciplines.
  • The unique chance to earn transfer credits for another degree, while gaining a deep understanding of God’s Word within Christian community.

Admission Requirements

  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma with a minimum average of 65% overall
  • six university preparatory Grade 12 courses; four of these must be U level courses and the other two must be either U or M level.  One of the six must be U level English. A minimum grade of 60% each of these six university preparatory courses is required
  • Applicants from other provinces or countries will have their high school transcripts reviewed for equivalency.
  • Applicants who are homeschooled may submit test scores from either the SAT or the CLT (Classic Learning Test). For admission to a degree, Heritage requires an SAT score of 950 out of 1600 or 1420 out of 2400. Heritage requires an overall score of 60 or above on the CLT for entrance to a degree; scores for each of the three sections (verbal reasoning, grammar/writing, and quantitative reasoning) may also be considered. Applicants who have scored below 950 on the SAT or 60 on the CLT may be considered on a case-by-case basis for admission to a certificate. For more information, please visit our Admissions Requirements page.

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