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|
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 Interdisciplinary Studies
Examination of specific topics in interdisciplinary studies.
See Seminary Academic Programs for general information on the Tyndale Seminary Internship Program (TSIP). Permission required.
Text and Interpretation
Focused on developing an understanding of the task of interpretation. Explores how one moves from the biblical text to contemporary concerns...
Interdisciplinary Seminar: Selected Topics
Offers a cross-disciplinary, advanced examination of one central doctrine in the Bible, theology and history. Topics will vary from year to...
Interdisciplinary Seminar: Spiritual Theology
Offers a cross-disciplinary, advanced examination of the spiritual theology of one major theologian or movement. Topics will vary from year...
Advanced Research Methods
Investigates research methodologies appropriate for advanced study, culminating in the preparation of a thesis proposal, including a...
Christians in the Marketplace
Seeks to provide a biblical, theological reading and understanding of the marketplace as a context for kingdom impact and ministries....
|INTD I812 and INTD I815||
Integrative Seminar I and II
These courses involve one-day seminars devoted to examining major Christian pastor-theologians in order to explore their understandings of...
Church as a Witnessing Community
Enables the student to explore the role of the Church’s missional engagement in the broader community (neighbourhood, workplace, public...
Prepares students to engage in their integrative projects by developing the skills necessary for ministry in specific contexts. Students will...
Trajectories in the study of anthropology have been helpful and hurtful, particularly to Indigenous people globally. In this course,...
Indigenous Symposium Seminar
In order to foster deeper relationships, more effective academic engagement, and an overall greater involvement within the NAIITS community,...
Normally, within Indigenous contexts of learning, integration of new experiences takes place more simultaneously. Compartmentalized...
Indigenous Research and Writing
This course covers all aspects of research and writing at an academic level. The student develops their voice as an academic writer by...
Colonization and Decolonization
Focuses on contemporary theories regarding colonization and decolonization emerging out of Indigenous studies, critical ethnic studies, and...
Gospel, Church and Culture
Preparing missional leaders requires careful examination of the ideologies and cultural milieu of contemporary society. Examines the main...
Work, Vocation and Ministry
Provides a biblical and theological reading of the marketplace as a context for kingdom impact and effective ministry. It will revisit the...