BA Completion in Global Skills, Sustainability and Regeneration
Our dedication and commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals is the inspiration behind the creation of this program. If you are seeking to deepen your knowledge about global challenges, innovative solutions and leadership, this is a program for you!
A Bachelor of Arts Completion degree enables you to add the credits you have received so far in traditional educational settings where you may not have been able to complete your program, as well as credit for prior learning including work experience, and other sources of learning such as association certifications, etc., equivalent to 90 credit hours and enter into an official BA Completion Process.
If you are able to demonstrate you meet the admissions criteria, we help you develop knowledge and understanding within and across specific subject areas. This degree, like others at Ubiquity, is a combination of learning, self-reflection, and application. At Ubiquity this is focused in particular on the opportunities available in solving the major societal and ecological challenges currently facing humanity.
Admissions Process: Complete an initial interview with our Director of Admissions, then submit all materials prior to registering for courses.
By the end of your BA Completion program you should be able to:
- Understand, analyze and explain global challenges as an integral dynamic system
- Communicate and collaborate effectively with people from different backgrounds
- Explain what is needed for complex problem-solving
- Think critically about information
- Reflect on your own mindset and inner experience
- Manage your own personal development pathway to bring out your highest potential for positive impact
- Demonstrate understanding of one or more of the UN Sustainable Development Goals
This BA Completion Degree is composed of 30 credits:
Core Courses (15 Credits): A set of 5 (five) required macrocourses.
- The Great Books (Jim Garrison, PhD, and Gyorgyi Szabo, PhD, UU)
- Foundation in Soft Skills and UN SDGs (Shelly Alcorn, UU)
- The Foundations of Critical Thinking for Learning and Everyday Life (Linda Elder, PhD, UU)
- Transformational Leadership, Strategy and Governance (Peter Merry, PhD, UU)
- Cosmopolitan Communication (Kazuma Matoba, PhD, UU
Elective Courses (15 Credits): An additional 5 (five) macrocourses, (or equivalent micro-, nano-, or in-person courses), you take based on your interests.
You can choose your elective courses from the selection of online macro, micro and nano courses, and in-person learning journeys.
Prerequisites: Minimum of 90 undergraduate credits or Level 6 Diploma or Equivalent Credit (UK)
Length: 10 courses (30 credits)
Tuition and Fees: US$3,000 (a Ubiquity undergraduate credit is US$100)
Read more about this program in the Ubiquity University Student Handbook