Bachelor of Arts (BA)
The Bachelor of Arts degree focuses on subjects within the liberal arts, humanities, social sciences, languages, culture, and fine arts. It allows a student to gain a broadly-based liberal arts education. The main goal of this degree is to help the student integrate Christian faith and a broad understanding of our culture into a comprehensive Christian worldview.
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Tyndale University's Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree opens up multiple career options in the public, private and nonprofit sectors. Students can expect to gain valuable leadership and management skills along with an in-depth understanding of business principles and practices. Students will discover how to combine Christian ethics with business acumen to make positive economic, social, spiritual and environmental impacts on the world.
Bachelor of Education (BEd)
Tyndale’s Bachelor of Education (BEd) program will educate and fully equip aspiring teachers to teach children in various school settings with the utmost commitment to professionalism, excellence, collegiality, equity, and service. Tyndale's BEd program graduates will be eligible to apply for an Ontario Teaching Certificate (Certificate of Qualification and Registration) through the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT).
Bachelor of Religious Education (BRE)
Tyndale's Bachelor of Religious Education (BRE) is a recognized ministry-focused undergraduate degree that provides a broad academic knowledge base grounded in scripture and theology. This degree is designed to prepare students for ministry in the local church, para-church organizations or missions. This is an excellent degree for those already in ministry or for those planning to become involved in ministry. Tyndale also offers the Bachelor of Religious Education (BRE) degree with a focus in General Ministries in a modular format.
Come to Tyndale for a year to explore possibilities for further study while deepening your relationship with Christ. Certificates can be completed in one-year (two semesters) and will introduce you to topics in Christian Studies as well as other disciplines such as Philosophy, History or Psychology. Certificate programs may be taken full-time or part-time and courses may be transferred into a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Religious Studies degree program.