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|
Historical and Philosophical Foundations for Christian Education
Provides an overview of the history of education from the classical Greek and Roman periods to postcolonial times. While the focus is on...
Learning to Teach; Teaching to Disciple
Provides a vision for Christian education (CE) in the life and mission of the church. Drawing from key passages in the Bible and the wider...
Nurturing the Spiritual Lives of Children
Builds a biblical foundation, explores faith development issues and formulates a rationale for ministry to children. Practical approaches...
Understanding the Adult Learner
Designed as an introduction to the facilitation of adult learning. Attention is paid to various theories of adult learning, such as the...
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...
Children, Youth Ministry and the Changing Family
Builds a biblical and theological foundation, explores faith development issues, and formulates a rationale for ministry to and with children...
Teaching as a Theological Act: Foundations and Practices
Explores the theological presuppositions that inform Christian education and ministry practices. Students will articulate and evaluate their...
Curriculum Design for Learning and Discipleship
Churches often emphasize evangelism and church planting strategies without giving sufficient attention to discipleship and faith formation....
Tools for Reading Social Contexts: Ethnography for Ministry
Ethnographic research aims to equip students to read people in their contexts reliably and accurately. If contextualized ministry is being...
Building the Church through Small Groups
Same as PAST 0644 and SPIR 0644.
Pastor as Teacher in the Local Church
Encourages leaders, especially pastors, to develop an educational vision for their congregations. Views education as more than formal...
Education for Spiritual Development
Provides an opportunity for participants to reflect on spiritual development, discipleship, service and educational leadership issues in the...
|CHED 0670 - 0675||
Special Topics in Christian Education and Discipleship
Examination of specific topics in Christian education and discipleship.
Evangelism and Discipleship
Same as PAST 0693 and YMIN 0693.
Human Development and Christian Nurturing
Explores and evaluates developmental psychology and its contributions to the practices of Christian nurturing. Students will study major...
Education for Discipleship and Spiritual Development
Studies the various factors that affect how we help others to become disciples of Jesus Christ. Biblical, theological, historical, and...
Principles for Teaching and Learning
Provides opportunity for learners to understand the learning requirements of people in churches/ institutions. It is designed for students to...
Age Specific and Intergenerational Educational Ministry
Explores the theory and practice of Age-specific generational and intergenerational educational ministry in the church. Attention will be...
Introduction to Christian Education
An overview of the educational ministry within the Chinese church context. The principles of Christian education ministry, and the...
Understanding the Adult Learner
Provides an understanding of adult development and learning. The principles of adult teaching and learning, and the application of those...
Indigenous Practice of Andragogy
Andragogy is the study of methods, epistemologies, philosophies and contextual understandings of education that pertain to and enhance an...