The following is a list of courses offered by Tyndale University College. You can also see the course schedule for specific terms.
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|Course Code||Course Name|
Autism and Developmental Delays
Provides a comprehensive introduction to autism spectrum disorders. Uses a variety of teaching methods, including lectures, case studies,...
Child and Adolescent Abnormal Psychology
Provides an in-depth review of the most common childhood developmental delays, their causes, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment. Uses a...
Students will come to understand how a child and adolescent’s transition through developmental stages affects their learning. They will...
Psychology of Mass Media
Focuses on the topics of Cognitive Psychology and the Mass Media. It will be a textbook-based course with 7 assignments and a final exam....
Advanced Directed Studies and Research in Psychology
This independent study option is open to fourth-year Psychology majors who wish to explore a topic not covered in the regular curriculum and...
Advanced Research Methods
Provides the necessary instructions for students to plan and conduct research. It will include topics such as developing a research idea,...
Advanced Research Project in Psychology
Provides students with the opportunity to gain leadership experience working on a research project within the field of psychology. Students...
Advanced Practicum in Psychology
Provides students with the opportunity to gain advanced, practical experience working within the field of psychology. Students will return to...
Honours Thesis in Psychology I
Students begin a major research project in Psychology that demonstrates their ability to formulate a research question, use existing theories...
Honours Thesis in Psychology II
Students complete a major research project in Psychology that demonstrates their ability to formulate a research question, use existing...
Introduction to Sociology I
A general introduction to basic concepts and themes in sociology. These include social change, institutions and organizations. Theoretical...
Introduction to Sociology II
Continuation of SOCI 101. Prerequisite: SOCI 101.
Same as CHRI 211.
Social Problems in a Diverse Society
Supports students in reflecting on and understanding the major social concerns our society must deal with today. The course focuses on the...
Introduction to Social Welfare
Involves a critical and analytical examination of theoretical, ideological, philosophical, political and socio-economic bases within social...
Introduction to Social Work
Investigates social work and social welfare principles, practices and values in the light of biblical teachings on individuals, families and...
Behaviour in Groups
Same as CHRI 271.
Canadian Youth culture
Same as CHRI 331.
Youth at Risk
Same as CHRI 332.
Anthropology for Humanitarian Work
Same as CHRI 366 and IDVP 304.
Cross Cultural Studies
Same as CHRI 367 and IDVP 303.
Marriage and the Family
Provides a study of Christian marriage and family life in accordance with biblical principles and the relevant findings in the social...
Violent Crime: Clinical and Social Implications
Offers a unique and interdisciplinary focus on the roots of violence. It explores cutting-edge research on the etiology, nature, assessment...
Research Methods in the Social Sciences
Same as PSYC 360. Prerequisites: MATH 121, SOCI 101, 102.