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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Art Appreciation: An Introduction to Visual Language
Examines the fundamental value of visual art in its historic development, its workaday practice and its vital role as a means of expression...
Introduction to Design
Explores the power of design as the fundamental creative core of all art making. We explore its motivation, its language, its impact and a...
Introduction to Drawing
Drawing is a wonderful way to touch the world with our eyes. This is a basic introduction to a range of creative drawing materials and...
Introduction to Painting
Painting is a powerful tool for expressing how we see the world. This is an introductory course that focuses on a basic survey of water-based...
Visual Art: Introduction to Studio Practice
A studio class for students who have a basic knowledge of art and are ready to challenge themselves to discover their own art-making...
History of Art I
Examination of the ways in which visual images, sculptural objects and architectural structures have been used in the formation and...
History of Art II
Examination of the ways in which visual images, sculptural objects and architectural structures have been produced throughout history....
Introduction to Photography
An introduction to the skills, concepts and theology of image creation that will broaden students’ understanding of contemporary photography...
Introduction to Cinematography
Introduces the production techniques of singlecamera video that are used in television, cinema, and other media. Students will develop...
Introduction to Theatre I
An introduction to theatrical studies, looking at dramatic literature from diverse periods and traditions. The focus of the textual analysis...
Introduction to Theatre II
A practical introduction to the fundamentals of acting. This course will introduce students to the foundations of acting through movement,...
Drawing is a wonderful way to touch the world with our eyes. This course focuses on tonal rendering, colour rendering in a range of drawing...
An intermediate course designed to strengthen the student’s technical and observational skills. We will explore a variety of materials,...
Same as PHIL 323. Exclusion: FINE 323.
Digital Technology and Sound Engineering
Allows students to gain an understanding of the basic physics of sound, how we hear it, and how sound can be controlled and manipulated using...
Internship in Digital Technology and Sound Engineering
Designed to give students an in-depth exposure to techniques related to digital technology production and/or sound engineering. The intern is...
Cinema and Christianity
A film survey course designed to study the history and value of cinematic expression in the context of a theological framework. Landmark...
Film and Western Culture
Same as HIST 387. Exclusion: FINE 344.
Directed Studies in Visual Arts and Media
An independent study option open to fourth year students who wish to pursue an art project or research topic beyond the bounds of the regular...
Writing and North American Art
Examines the relationship between writing and the visual arts by focusing on themes in North American art. Critical essays, manifestos,...
Studio Practicum: Art in Context
Introduces a broad range of media including acrylic and acrylic mediums; encaustic; collage assemblage and mixed media techniques;...
Introduction to American Sign Language I
Covers basic conversationally relevant signs and grammar principles and other features of ASL (American Sign Language), including a brief...
Introduction to American Sign Language II
Extends and further develops basic signing vocabulary and grammar. The content covers fingerspelling, ASL terminology, expressive and...
American Sign Language III
Builds on the curriculum studied in ASLN 102 (units 4-6) and covers units 7 – 9. The focus is on further development of ASL vocabulary and...
American Sign Language IV
Builds on the curriculum studied in ASLN 201 (units 7-9) and covers units 10-12. The focus is on further development of ASL vocabulary and...