Degrees and Programs

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Degrees and Programs

Tyndale offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate degree and program options. Explore these options below.

Undergraduate Options   Bachelor of Education Options   Master of Arts Options   Seminary Options

Bachelor of Education (BEd)

Tyndale's Bachelor of Education program takes place over 16 consecutive months. Teacher Candidates have the opportunity to apply what they have been learning during three separate practicum placements in Ontario schools.

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Primary Junior Track

The Primary/Junior track will prepare you to teach Kindergarten to Grade 6.

Primary Junior Track (FSL)

The Primary/Junior track will prepare you to teach Kindergarten to Grade 6 with a Focus on Teaching French as a Second Language (FSL).

Junior Intermediate Track

The Junior/Intermediate track will prepare you to teach Grades 4 to 10 with a focus in one subject area.

Master of Arts Programs

Tyndale University offers Master of Arts (MA) programs that robustly address the needs of students and future employers in a changing world.

MA in Clinical Counselling

The Clinical Counselling program prepares students who already have an undergraduate degree in Psychology or other related fields to be counsellors, equipping them to serve in agencies or in private practice. Tyndale’s program is focused on holistic client health, ensuring that students address their spiritual, mental, emotional, physical, spiritual and social needs first so that they can, in turn, help others.

MA in Thanatology

The Thanatology program examines grief and death from many perspectives – physical, ethical, spiritual, medical, sociological and psychological. Students will learn to adapt their skills to a secular or church environment as they support individuals and families confronting end-of-life, bereavement and other issues related to death, grief and loss.