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
BSTH 368 The Evangelical Movement: From the Great Awakening to the Present
Addresses the question “What is Evangelicalism?” by examining the origins, development, and theological distinctives of the Evangelical...
PHIL 481 Seminar in Philosophy
Advanced study of a topic in contemporary philosophy of religion. Students are expected to contribute to the seminar by conducting research...
PHIL 430 Philosophy of Language
Advanced survey of the major topics and issues in contemporary philosophy of language. Meaning, truth, names and descriptions, reference,...
CHRI 301 Contemporary Pentecostal Issues
After experiencing astounding growth in the last 100 years, Pentecostalism now finds itself at many crossroads. With its greater acceptance...
EDUP 510 French as a Second Language PJ: Part 2
After the successful completion of EDUP 5093, teacher candidates will develop competency in planning and delivering both Play-Based and...
PHIL 241 Philosophy and Film
Aims to examine and critically evaluate various philosophical themes and problems by means of the visual medium of film. It will be divided...
ARTM 310 Digital Technology and Sound Engineering
Allows students to gain hands-on experience learning the concepts, creative techniques and functions of acoustics and electronics and how...
CDEV 301 Perspectives on Community Development
An advanced level course on community development which focuses on core aspects of community development with North American and European...
PHIL 261 The Apologetics of C.S. Lewis
An examination of the apologetic system of C.S. Lewis, as found in his major philosophical works. The course is divided into two parts. In...
HIST 242 England, Ireland and Cromwell in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
An examination of the political, military, religious and economic relationship between England and Ireland from the reign of Elizabeth I to...
BIOL 201 Biology of Seedless Plants
An examination of the structure, taxonomic and evolutionary relationships, physiology, ecology and economic importance of photosynthetic...
BSTH 346 Jesus and the Synoptic Tradition
An exploration of who Jesus was and what he accomplished as recorded by the canonical witnesses of Matthew, Mark and Luke, in conversation...
ARTM 350 Directed Studies in Visual Arts and Media
An independent study option open to fourth-year students who wish to pursue an art project or research topic beyond the bounds of the regular...
INDS 475 Christianity and Culture
An interdisciplinary upper-level course with contributions from faculty from several departments of the University College. Explores academic...
ARTM 261 Intermediate Painting
An intermediate course designed to strengthen the student’s technical and observational skills. We will explore a variety of materials,...
ENGL 388 Canadian Literature and Culture
An introduction to Canadian literature emphasizing writers of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Texts are chosen from works in both...
BUSI 262 Introduction to Managerial Accounting
An introduction to cost accounting systems and the use of cost information for decision-making. Emphasis is placed on a basic understanding...
MATH 151 Discrete Mathematics I
An introduction to discrete mathematics. In contrast to calculus, discrete mathematics deals with structures consisting of distinct,...
ENGL 102 Introduction to Literature II
An introduction to literature written by men and women from a variety of countries. This course will include literature from 1661 to the...
ENGL 101 Introduction to Literature I
An introduction to literature written by men and women from a variety of countries. This course will include literature up to the year 1660...
ENGL 262 Foundations in Rhetoric
An introduction to the art of persuasion in written, spoken and visual forms. Models of strong rhetoric will be presented as sources to...
HEBR 201 Introduction to Biblical Hebrew I
An introduction to the basic principles of biblical Hebrew with emphasis on morphology, phonology and syntax. Exclusion: HEBR 101.
GREE 201 Elementary New Testament Greek I
An introduction to the basic principles of New Testament Greek grammar with emphasis on morphology, declension, conjugation and syntax....
ARTM 220 Introduction to Photography
An introduction to the skills, concepts and theology of image creation that will broaden students’ understanding of contemporary photography...
BIOL 221 Principles of Ecology
An introduction to the study of the interaction of organisms and the environment. Topics include physiological ecology, population ecology,...

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