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
ARTM 241 Introduction to Theatre I
An introduction to theatrical studies, looking at dramatic literature from diverse periods and traditions. The focus of the textual analysis...
INDS 101 University Studies in Christian Perspective
An introduction to university education, and to the place and purpose of academic work in the life of the thoughtful Christian student. In...
HIST 240 Introduction to British History I: From the Norman Conquest to the English Revolution (1066-1660)
An outline of British history from the Norman conquest to the mid-17th century revolution; pays particular attention to the history of...
HIST 241 Introduction to British History II: From the Restoration to Tony Blair (1660 to the present)
An outline of British history from the restoration of monarchy in 1660 to the present; examines the rise of Britain to the status of a great...
BIOL 104 Introduction to Organismal and Evolutionary Biology
An overview of the biological principles and processes at the whole organism level, from an evolutionary perspective. Three hours of lecture...
ENGL 440 English Internship
An upper-level individually guided course to accompany an internship in writing or publishing. The internship may be on campus (such as a non...
LING 407 Discourse Analysis
Analysis of structures and meaning beyond the sentence to how information is organized in texts. Consideration of text genres and the study...
HEBR 302 Readings in Biblical Hebrew II
As a continuation of Readings in Biblical Hebrew I, provides students with an opportunity to advance their skills in reading considerable...
CHRI 274 Why Music Matters
Attempts to clarify students’ thinking about what makes Christian worship music faithful and biblical. It discusses issues in worship and...
BIOL 102 Human Biology
Basic structure and function of the human body and the major organ systems. Emphasizes the processes that control and regulate important...
PHIL 364 Aquinas
Beginning with Aquinas’ reflections on the nature of God, traces Aquinas’ thought as it progresses in the Summa Theologiae and the Summa...
ENGL 305 Classics of Medieval Literature
Beginning with Bede’s account of the seventh-century conversion of King Edwin and ending with the close of the Middle Ages circa 1400,...
HIST 373 Imperial India: The Rise and Fall of the British Raj
Beginning with the creation of the East India Company in 1600 during the reign of Elizabeth I, surveys the history of the British in India...
HIST 363 Modern Europe: 1789 to the Present
Beginning with the outbreak of the French Revolution in 1789, surveys 200 years of European history, concluding with the fall of the Soviet...
LING 405 Field Methods
Being able to gather and organize data, form hypotheses and work ethically with human subjects in research are essential professional skills...
HIST 495 Revolutionary England, 1625-1690
Between 1640 and 1660, England experienced Europe’s first major revolution. This course examines the background to that revolution, its...
CHRI 322 Nurturing the Spiritual Lives of Children
Builds a biblical foundation and formulates a rationale for ministry to children. Practical approaches for establishing and operating...
EDIT 512 History I
Builds on EDUI 5053 and focuses on the design and implementation of the Intermediate History and Civics programs for Grades 7 to 10 based on...
EDIT 507 Mathematics I
Builds on EDUI 5233 and EDUI 5243. It provides teacher candidates with the theory, methodology, assessment strategies, knowledge and...
IDVP 392 Project Management II
Builds on the concepts and tools introduced in PM I and focuses specifically on project design and proposal writing. Introduces the variety...
EDUC 522 Differentiated Instruction for Diverse Learners: Part II
Builds on the foundation laid in EDUC 5213. It continues to facilitate teacher candidates’ understanding of and ability to program for the...
EDUP 508 Early Years PJ
Builds teacher candidates’ knowledge of The Full-Day Early Years - Kindergarten Program as outlined by the Ontario Ministry of Education. A...
LING 303 Phonology II: Advanced Phonological Analysis
Builds upon LING 203 by exploring recent developments and current issues in phonological theory. Attention is given to the interplay between...
EDUI 522 Language and Literacy JI: Part II
Builds upon the knowledge and skill base acquired in EDUI 5213. Teacher candidates will learn to use the Ministry’s curriculum and policy...
EDUP 522 Language and Literacy PJ: Part II
Builds upon the knowledge and skill base acquired in EDUP 5213. Teacher candidates will learn to use the Ministry’s curriculum and policy...

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