Undergraduate Courses

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
EDUC 508 The Education Act and Ethical Standards for the Teaching Profession
Designed to provide teacher candidates with knowledge of the structure and function of publicly funded elementary and high school education,...
EDUC 506 Creating Safe, Engaging and Inclusive Learning Environments
Supports teacher candidates in developing the knowledge, skills and pedagogical practices that allow each student to feel respected,...
EDUC 503 The Developing Learner
Teacher candidates will come to understand how a child and adolescent's transition through developmental stages affects their learning....
EDUC 501 Democratic Values, Christian Perspectives and Education
Introduces and reviews the concepts of worldviews, curriculum orientations, values, and educational ideals. It reviews the questions that...
EDPR 534 Professional Seminar
Supports teacher candidates in the practicum components of the program. The classes are distributed throughout the duration of the program to...
EDPR 533 Practicum III
For 35 to 40 days, teacher candidates will be learning from and collaborating with an OCT certified associate teacher in as school setting...
EDPR 532 Practicum II
For 40 to 45 days, teacher candidates will be learning from and collaborating with an OCT certified associate teacher in a school setting...
EDPR 531 Practicum I (Literacy and Numeracy)
For 30 to 35 days, teacher candidates will be learning from and collaborating with an OCT certified associate teacher in a school setting...
EDIT 512 History I
Builds on EDUI 5053 and focuses on the design and implementation of the Intermediate History and Civics programs for Grades 7 to 10 based on...
EDIT 511 Geography I
Designed for those teacher candidates who wish to acquire a subject specialty in Geography at the Intermediate Division (Grades 7 to 10)....
EDIT 509 Science — General I
Science Intermediate builds on EDUI 5033, exposing teacher candidates to more in-depth issues related to the teaching of science in Grades 7...
EDIT 507 Mathematics I
Builds on EDUI 5233 and EDUI 5243. It provides teacher candidates with the theory, methodology, assessment strategies, knowledge and...
EDIT 505 French as a Second Language I
Provides teacher candidates with a knowledge, understanding and practice of teaching French to intermediate level students whose first...
EDIT 504 English I
Designed to prepare future teachers in developing an informed and reflective practice while working with intermediate students in a diverse...
EDIT 502 Music I
Designed to facilitate deeper study for teacher candidates wishing to teach music at the Intermediate level in Ontario schools. Teacher...
ECON 102 Macroeconomics
Presents an aggregated view of the economy. Theories of national income, growth, unemployment, interest rates and inflation, money and...
ECON 101 Microeconomics
Introduces the basic theoretical framework for describing and explaining decision making in a market-oriented economy. Topics include...
CHRI 395 Directed Research Project
Student investigates a specific area of ministry under the direction of a mentor who is actively involved in the research and the final...
CHRI 394 Directed Research Methods
Examines various research methods. The student will apply research methods in preparing the initial stages of a Directed Research Project....
CHRI 369 Internship in Intercultural Studies
Designed to give in-depth exposure to cross-cultural ministry in an area appropriate to the student's career goals. The intern will be...
CHRI 368 Seminar in Intercultural Studies
A seminar for ministry designed to explore the folk nature of religion and why understanding theological systems alone is inadequate. The...
CHRI 367 Cross-Cultural Studies
Deals with cross-culture theories, cross-culture comparisons, culture values and norms, languages, communications and challenges in working...
CHRI 366 Anthropology for Humanitarian Work
Helps students understand the receiver perspective in an international development and humanitarian context. Key questions are asked...
CHRI 364 Ministry in a Multicultural World
Explores various methods of the local church to minister effectively in a culturally diverse world. Students examine multicultural,...
CHRI 362 Modern Missiological Issues
Christ's command to make disciples of all nations is still relevant. As the gospel has been brought to the nations and throughout the...

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