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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|Course Code||Course Name|
Film and Western Culture
Examines the aesthetics of film and how various movies portray Western culture from the Roman period to the present. Three major components...
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...
|HIST 497 and HIST 499||
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...
Introduction to International Development
International development in its many forms presents one of the most interesting challenges for today’s world. Broad introduction to...
Justice, Poverty and Theology
Provides a biblical, theological and missiological foundation for ministries of development and disaster relief. Looks at the whole narrative...
Theories of International Development
Examines how prominent theories of development, namely modernization, dependency, neo-liberalism, Marxism and critical theories have shaped...
Deals with cross-culture theories, cross- culture comparisons, culture values and norms, languages, communications and challenges in working...
Anthropology for Humanitarian Work
Same as CHRI 366 and SOCI 306.
Microfinance in Theory and Practice
Microfinance provides financial services to the poor and has often been touted as a model example of a social entrepreneurship innovation...
Livelihoods, Food Security and Development
Examines key concepts surrounding food security, food sovereignty, livelihoods, and the interrelation between the production and consumption...
Project Management I
Project management is more than proposal writing. At the core of project management is developing and implementing a theory of change or...
Project Management II
Builds on the concepts and tools introduced in PM I and focuses specifically on project design and proposal writing. Introduces the variety...
International Development Internship
Students work at a local non-governmental organization (NGO), typically beginning the summer between their second and third years and...
Operations and Humanitarian Assistance
Focuses on operations and logistics, specifically in humanitarian assistance. Provides an overview of what is humanitarian assistance, who...
The Politics of Foreign Aid
Examines a wide variety of issues central to the politics of foreign aid. Examines the various actors, dynamics, theories, and challenges...
|IDVP 497 and IDVP 499||
Honours Thesis in International Development I and II
Students complete a major research project in international development that demonstrates their ability to formulate a research question, use...
University Studies in Christian Perspective
An introduction to university education, and to the place and purpose of academic work in the life of the thoughtful Christian student. In...
Academic Achievement Strategies
By focusing on the whole learner, this course equips students with the tools they will need to achieve success in a university setting....
Christianity and Culture
An interdisciplinary upper-level course with contributions from faculty from several Undergraduate Studies departments. Explores academic...
Introduction to Linguistics I
Introduction to core “technical” areas of linguistics: phonetics, phonology, morphology and syntax. Interplay of linguistics with the related...
Introduction to Linguistics II
Continuation of LING 101.
Introduction to the broad range of human speech sounds used in languages of the world. Students receive training and practice in recognizing...