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.
TIP: You may narrow down the list of courses using the course code search below. Enter the course code or partial course code and click on "Apply" —examples: "CHED" "YMIN" "DM"
|Course code||Course Name/Description|
Research Methods in Counselling
Seeks to familiarize learners with research methodologies and techniques applied to the field of marriage and family therapy. Students will...
Counselling and the Holy Spirit
Emphasizes the central role of the Holy Spirit in counselling. Covers the Spirit’s power, gifts, truth, and fruit and how the Holy Spirit...
Pastoral Care and Counselling
Same as PAST 0741.
Spiritual Care of the Dying and Grieving
Same as PAST TH51 and SPIR 0684.
Child and Adolescent Therapy
Provides students with the theoretical knowledge and clinical skills necessary in the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents....
Therapy Interventions for Trauma, Abuse and Violence
Examines both individual and systemic interventions for victims of trauma, abuse and violence. Research has shown that when trauma survivors...
Families in Transition: Divorce, Single Parenting and Re-Marriage
Family life and structure have become increasingly diverse and complex. This course will utilize a systemic approach to exploring how...
Counselling Major Internship
All Counselling Clinical track students will be assigned to an internship during their final year. The internship will consist of a minimum...
Theories and Methods of Family Therapy I
An examination of current theories of marital and family therapy (Bowenian, strategic, structural, cognitive behavioural and psychoanalytic...
Couple Therapy: An Integrative Perspective
Provides an integrative therapeutic perspective incorporating cognitive behavioural, solution-focused and an integrative therapeutic...
Theories and Methods of Family Therapy II
An examination of current theories of marital and family therapy (solution-focused, contextual, experiential, narrative and Milan), along...
Offers the participant a foundational knowledge of the field of professional ethics as it relates to the practice of Marriage and Family...
Gender and Socio-economic Perspectives in Marriage and Family Therapy
Considers the influence of gender and socioeconomic factors in relation to the development and practice of psychological theories in general...
Therapeutic and Systemic Approaches to Addictions
Informs students about the fundamentals of the addictive process and standard and systemic treatment procedures. Lectures, personal...
Building a Healthy Chinese Christian Family
Uses a family-life cycle framework to help Chinese Christians build a healthy family, including marriage preparation, adjustment as a couple...
Formation of the Leader
Works from the assumption that the leader’s character and inner development are critical to effective leadership of organizations and others...
Theory, Theology, and the Art of Leadership
Considers Biblical perspectives on leadership, various theories of leadership, and the art of leadership. Addresses such subjects as identity...
Leadership and Change
Addresses the fundamental leadership competencies of understanding organizational culture, visioning, team building, developing and...
Leadership and Systems Theory
Uses systems theories including family systems, complex adaptive systems and the Biblical metaphor of church as body to provide lenses...
Intercultural Leadership Competency
Intercultural competence is an essential component of a leaders self-awareness, attitude, knowledge and skill for serving in a multicultural...
The Learning Organization
Raises Biblical, theological, and practical questions related to action, accountability, and resilience. Assesses the effect of projects, and...
Encourages a vision of and planning for broadening and deepening your personal maturity, leadership capacity, and ministry effectiveness....
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 Leadership
Examination of specific topics in ministry leadership.
Provides support and guidance for continuing in and completing work for the DMin program. Pass/Fail. No credits. Permission required.