Seminary & Graduate Courses
The following is a list of Seminary & Graduate courses offered by Tyndale. You can also see the course schedule for specific terms.
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|Course code||Course Name/Description|
Exegeting Your Ministry Context
Explores research methods used to acquire a more comprehensive and holistic understanding of the local congregation or organization and its...
Philosophy of Christian Leadership
Guides in the articulation of your own grounded philosophy of Christian leadership. May be generic or context specific. Will include a...
Ministry-Based Field Research
Centres on a research project arising from your ministry context and leadership. Addresses project design, planning and management, research...
Introduces the Doctor of Ministry leadership track program, outlines the requirements of the program and the flow of courses, and provides an...
Integrating personal growth with project design and ethics awareness, students will be given resources and guidance for the development of an...
Facilitates the completion of the summative Doctor of Ministry document, integrating the main three research projects in a portfolio that...
Facing the Unique Challenges of Leading Non-Profit Organizations: Why Business Thinking is not Enough
Looks at the unique issues encountered by Christian leaders in non-profit organizations. Focus will be placed on the organization that you...
Imagination and Innovation: Strategic Development for Non-Profit Organizations
Focuses on strategic planning and the need to move beyond a good idea to implementation and execution. Focus will be on the role of the board...
Exploring the Healthy Foundations Necessary for Non-Profit Organizational Leadership
Explores the foundational theoretical, practical and theological understanding necessary for organizational health. Including financial...
Embodying the Gospel: Enhancing Communication Skills
Using a seminar and workshop format, this course explores the relationship between speech communication, content, form, and style in...
Communicating the Gospel in Unconventional Spaces
In this course we will wrestle theologically with the praxis of creatively communicating the gospel in the unique, diverse spaces to which we...
Proclamation of the Word
Designed to deepen our understanding of how to communicate the gospel in different parts of the biblical text as a theological and pastoral...
Listening to God: Discernment for Spiritual Formation
An exploration of the place of discernment in the life of the Christian and of the church, including such topics as attending to the Spirit,...
Spiritual Formation: A Historical and Practical Approach
An overview of Christian spirituality and spiritual formation including historical background, foundational issues, and current movements...
Desiring God: Sacred Paths and Spiritual Mentors
An analysis of selected historical and contemporary movements and models intended to cultivate spiritual growth, including such topics as...
Formational Prayer: The Journey to Wholeness
An integration of Biblical and psychological insights, formational prayer, and transformational spiritual direction, using teaching, modeling...
Engaging Scriptures: Spiritual Formation for Information and Transformation
An investigation into how the Bible presents spiritual formation and how the Bible can be employed in spiritual formation, including such...
Space for God: Personalizing Sacred Practices
An exploration of ancient practices of the church that will enhance one's spiritual well-being in the midst of the busyness of daily...
Formed Together: Spiritual Formation in the Company of Others
A theoretical and practical review of dyadic relationships such as mentoring, discipleship, and spiritual direction that play a critical role...
Directed Reading and Research
Directed Reading and Research (DRR) courses allow students to study in a specific area of interest not addressed by the scheduled course...
Special Topics in Spiritual Formation
Examination of specific topics in spiritual formation.
Provides support and guidance for continuing in and completing work for the DMin program. Pass/ No Pass. No credits. Permission required.
Spiritual Autobiography: The Ways of the Spirit in a Life
An overview of the ancient and contemporary practice of writing a spiritual autobiography and the composition of one's own spiritual...
Developing a Model of Spiritual Formation: Ministry Project
Development of a theological and practical model or philosophy of formation using at least one historical or contemporary approach to...
Ministry-Based Field Research
A research project on a ministry of spiritual formation leading to experimental findings, the development of applied ministry competences,...