Undergraduate Courses

The following is a list of courses offered by Tyndale University College. You can also see the course schedule for specific terms.

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Course Code Course Name
EDUP 521 Language and Literacy PJ: Part I
Designed to provide teacher candidates with foundational literacy knowledge and skills in the areas of speaking and listening (oral...
EDUC 508 The Education Act and Ethical Standards for the Teaching Profession
Designed to provide teacher candidates with knowledge of the structure and function of publicly funded elementary and high school education,...
CHRI 332 Youth at Risk
Designed to survey issues related to working with youth who are “at risk” in some way. Students creatively explore current research, the...
BIOL 101 Introduction to Biology
Developments in the biological sciences are having a major impact on the world around us. Provides introduction to basic principles of...
BUSI 372 Operations Management
Develops an understanding of the issues involved in managing operations and projects. It introduces the skills required to plan and control...
FREN 341 Francophone Literature
Develops students’ understanding of La Francophonie by means of a variety of literary texts from the Francophone world, with special...
ENGL 260 Practical Criticism
Develops the basic practical skills of literary criticism. With respect to poetry, among other things, instruction is provided in the use of...
ARTM 260 Intermediate Drawing
Drawing is a wonderful way to touch the world with our eyes. This course focuses on tonal rendering, colour rendering in a range of drawing...
ARTM 160 Introduction to Drawing
Drawing is a wonderful way to touch the world with our eyes. This is a basic introduction to a range of creative drawing materials and...
ENGL 387 Literature Across the Americas
Draws on a selection of twentieth and twenty-first century literature in English from both North and South America. Representative authors...
ENVS 151 Introduction to Environmental Science
Earth’s physical environments are studied to appreciate the processes that occur in soil, water and air, both natural and caused by human...
BUSI 361 Intermediate Financial Accounting
Elaborates on the generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and presents the concepts, objectives and techniques underlying asset...
ENGL 378 Milton
Emphasizes Milton’s major poetry, including Paradise Lost, Paradise Regained and Samson Agonistes, and provides an introduction to such...
GREE 302 Readings in New Testament Greek II
Emphasizes the study of the Greek text of selected New Testament books. The discipline of textual criticism is introduced and the development...
LANG 110 Academic Achievement Strategies
Equips students with the tools they will need to achieve academic success in a university setting. Students will gain a better understanding...
PHIL 201 Critical Reasoning
Examination of the basic principles of constructing good arguments and criticizing bad ones. Among the topics covered are deductive and...
BUSI 323 Business Ethics
Examination of the central moral issues raised by business activities and practice. It begins with an exploration of various utilitarian and...
PHIL 421 The Analytic Tradition
Examination of the key figures in the development of analytic philosophy: Gottlob Frege, Bertrand Russell, Ludwig Wittgenstein, and A. J....
BSTH 364 Aquinas
Examination of the life, writings, and thought of Thomas Aquinas. Particular attention will be given to his Summa Theologiae, among other...
BSTH 347 Paul: Apostle and Theologian
Examination of the person, life and theology of the apostle Paul. Will emphasize Paul’s missionary journeys and order of his letters, his...
ARTM 202 History of Art II
Examination of the ways in which visual images, sculptural objects and architectural structures have been produced throughout history....
ARTM 201 History of Art I
Examination of the ways in which visual images, sculptural objects and architectural structures have been used in the formation and...
IDVP 442 The Politics of Foreign Aid
Examines a wide variety of issues central to the politics of foreign aid. Examines the various actors, dynamics, theories, and challenges...
BIOL 231 Genetics
Examines fundamental concepts of genetics. Topics include mechanisms and patterns of inheritance, structure and function of DNA, mutations,...
HIST 263 Prosperity and Poverty: An Economic History of the World since 1700
Examines global economic history with a focus on why some nations were rich and others poor. Considerable attention is paid to evidence-based...

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