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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Henry VIII and Oliver Cromwell, 1500-1660
Henry VIII, and his numerous wives and children, with special attention to Elizabeth I. Considers the impact of the Protestant Reformation,...
England from the Restoration to the Industrial Revolution, 1658-1815
Continues the themes outlined in England from Reformation to Revolution, 1500-1658, and also considers England's emergence as a world...
Covers the history of the United Kingdom from the beginning of the 19th century to the election of Tony Blair as prime minister in 1997....
Lion Rampant: British Imperial History in Global Perspective, 1800 - 1980
Examines the history of the British Empire, the largest empire in the history of the world, during its last and greatest phase from 1800-1980...
Directed Studies in History and Global Studies
This independent study option is open to third and fourth year students who wish to explore a topic not covered in the regular curriculum and...
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...
Modern Africa: From Empire to Independence
Traces the history of the African continent from 1800 to the present. Topics include pre-colonial societies, slavery and the slave trade,...
The Global History of Population and the Family, from 1500 to the Present
Examines the origins and impact of the world population explosion that began around 1750. Topics include nutrition, medicine, disease, public...
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...
The United States and the Middle East since 1945
The Middle East witnessed more momentous events in the post-World War II period than any other region of the world. Study of U.S. foreign...
Israel and the Muslim World
Surveys the history of the modern Arab-Israeli conflict. Topics covered include Ottoman and post-World War I Palestine, the establishment of...
Global Evangelicalism since 1900
Examines the history of those Christians around the world who espoused traditional, historic Protestant Christianity in the context of...
North American Economic History: 1919 to the Present
Explores modern North American economic history including the impact of economic theory, war, urbanization, technology, regionalism,...
Film and Western Culture
This course examines the aesthetics of film and how various movies portray Western culture from the Roman period to the present. Three major...
Colossus: Britain in the Age of Queen Victoria
Probes in detail the history of 19th century Britain, an era dominated by the idea of progress. Empire, literature, warfare, democracy,...
Advanced Directed Studies in History
This independent study option is open to fourth- year History majors who wish to explore a topic not covered in the regular curriculum and in...
Seminar in U.S. Foreign Policy Since 1945
This seminar course covers U.S. foreign relations from the end of World War II to the present. American relations with the Soviet Union, East...
Revolutionary England, 1625-1690
Between 1640 and 1660, England experienced Europe's first major revolution. This course examines the background to that revolution, its...
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Honours Thesis in History and Global Studies I and II
Students will complete a major research project in History and Global Studies that demonstrates the ability to formulate a thesis, use...