The following is a list of undergraduate courses offered by Tyndale University. You can also see the course schedule for specific terms.
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The Analytic Tradition
Examination of the key figures in the development of analytic philosophy: Gottlob Frege, Bertrand Russell, Ludwig Wittgenstein, and A. J....
Philosophy of Language
Advanced survey of the major topics and issues in contemporary philosophy of language. Meaning, truth, names and descriptions, reference,...
Advanced Directed Studies in Philosophy
This independent study option is open to fourth-year Philosophy majors who wish to explore a topic not covered in the regular curriculum and...
Seminar in Philosophy
Advanced study of a topic in contemporary philosophy. Students are expected to contribute to the seminar by conducting research and...
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Honours Thesis in Philosophy I and II
Students will complete a major research project in Philosophy that demonstrates the ability to formulate a thesis, use scholarly methods,...
Provides and understanding of Newtonian Physics and its application to the real world around us. This is an algebra-based course; an...
Builds upon PHYS 101 to provide an algebra-based exploration of applied physics. Topics covered will include waves, sound, fluid dynamics,...
Introduction to Psychology I
This introductory survey course presents various subfields within the discipline of psychology, including: the history of modern psychology,...
Introduction to Psychology II
This introductory survey follows on from PSYC 101 and presents various subfields within the discipline of psychology, including: thinking and...
Developmental Psychology I
The characteristics and needs of children at each stage of their development are surveyed. Particular attention is paid to the influences...
Developmental Psychology II: Adulthood and Aging
A survey of current theories of physical, cognitive, personality and social development as applied to adults and the elderly is the focus....
General survey of the major theories that attempt to explain the underlying structure and dynamics of variations in individual behaviour in...
The Integration of Christianity and Psychology
This seminar course is designed to assist students of psychology in examining the interface between their Christian faith and the academic...
Introduces students to the basic issues and skills involved in people-helping relationships, such as active listening, appropriate responding...
Brain and Behaviour
Examines the relationship between behaviour and the structure and function of human and animal neural systems. Technological advances in...
Explores concepts, issues and methods of health psychology. Topics will include: health maintenance and illness prevention integrating...
Surveys the major theories that attempt to explain the nature and causes of psychological disorders. Consideration is given to the...
Explores research and theories pertaining to the psychology of higher mental processes for information acquisition, information processing...
Explores the interdisciplinary field of cognitive science. We will examine common themes and topics (e.g., mind representation and...
Cultures are socially constructed and transmitted to enhance human beings' survival and well-being. Cultural differences exist not only...
Surveys the major contemporary areas of research in social behaviour. Topics covered include social perception and influence, attitude...
Focuses on the psychological study of consumer behaviour. It examines the roles that awareness, beliefs, learning, feelings, intentions and...
Directed Studies in Psychology
This independent study option is open to third- and fourth-year students who wish to explore a topic not covered in the regular curriculum...
Research Methods in the Social Sciences
Examines the strengths and weaknesses of various research methods and their appropriate applications within the social sciences. Research...
Psychology of Language
Provides an introduction to theories and research findings in the field of psychology of language (or psycholinguistics). We will cover a...