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The Second World War
Surveys the nature and extent of the war that enveloped the world from 1939-1945. Its roots in the 1920s and 1930s will be examined, as well...
The Great War and the Making of the Modern World
Probes the history of the First World War from a number of perspectives: military, economic, strategic, diplomatic, religious and cultural....
America and the World since 1865
Examines the major political and social forces in U.S. history from the Reconstruction era to the present. Topics covered include the...
America and the Western World 1500-1865
Explores the major political and social developments in U.S. history from the founding of the first colonial settlements, through...
Canada and the World since 1867
Surveys the history of Canada from Confederation to the present with an emphasis on its political, cultural, and economic development from...
Canada and the Western World 1500-1867
Surveys the history of Canada from the early contact period to Confederation. The main focus is on how Canada developed politically,...
Prosperity and Poverty: An Economic History of the World since 1700
Examines global economic history with a focus on why some nations were rich and others poor. Considerable attention is paid to evidence-based...
History of World Christianity II
Surveys the history of Christianity from the time of the Protestant Reformation to the present. The main currents of theology, missions,...
History of World Christianity I
Surveys the history of Christianity from the earliest days of the church to the 15th and 16th century calls for reform. The main currents of...
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...
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...
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...
History of Art II
Same as ARTM 202.
History of Art I
Same as ARTM 201.
History of World Christianity
Introductory historical evaluation of Christianity in terms of periods (e.g., Roman, Medieval), people (e.g., Augustine, Luther), movements (...
History of Western Civilization in Global Perspective II
Explores Western civilization from the age of the Enlightenment to the present. The key events, ideas, and persons of the last four hundred...
History of Western Civilization in Global Perspective I
Traces the development of Western civilization from the ancient world to the seventeenth century. The impact of Hebrew, Greek, Roman,...
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...
Readings in Biblical Hebrew I
Provides the student with a broad exposure to an extensive amount of biblical Hebrew prose, facilitating an environment where the student’s...
Introduction to Biblical Hebrew II
A more detailed study of Hebrew grammar and syntax through the reading of selected portions of the Hebrew Old Testament. Prerequisite: HEBR...
Introduction to Biblical Hebrew I
An introduction to the basic principles of biblical Hebrew with emphasis on morphology, phonology and syntax. Exclusion: HEBR 101.
Practicum in Psycho-Social Health and Health Determinants
A capstone requirement in the Health & Human Services with a Minor in Psychology program at Tyndale. All program candidates must complete...
Directed Studies in Health and Human Services
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...
Advanced Studies in Women’s Health
The promotion and maintenance of women’s health needs are emphasized in this course based on a social determinants of health perspective...
Applied Skills for Practice in Health and Human Services
Supports students to learn, hone and develop foundational skills that can be used across a range of applied Health & Human Services...