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|
Agents of Change in the Salvation Army
Explores the lives of a number of Salvationists from the nineteenth century to the present, focusing on their shared concern for social...
Salvation Army Missiology
Describes the principles of Salvationist mission, examines the motives for the principles, and assesses how they have been implemented. The...
The Salvation Army and Ethical Issues
Considers the various ways The Salvation Army has identified and approached ethical issues in the past. It also addresses a number of...
The Salvation Army and the Bible
Addresses the place of the Bible in Salvationist life and thought, both historically and theologically. Attention is given to issues related...
The Wesleyan Heritage of the Salvation Army
Looks at the influence of the Wesleyan tradition upon the theology, ministry, and practice of The Salvation Army. It includes examination of...
Directed Reading and Research
Directed Reading and Research (DRR) courses allow students to study in a specific area of interest not addresses by the scheduled course...
Topics in Salvation Army History
Analyzes key events and developments from The Salvation Army's past. Course content varies year.to-year.
Topics in Salvation Army Theology
Investigates specific theological topics and how they are understood in The Salvation Army. Course content varies year-to-year.
Salvation Army Studies Thesis
See the Thesis Handbook for details on this option.