The Master of Divinity Interdisciplinary allows you the flexibility to choose multiple areas of study to meet your learning and ministry goals. There are 11 different areas of study to choose from, spanning from Pastoral and Biblical Studies to Christian Education and Spiritual Formation. You can tailor your courses for specialized ministry needs or for general pastoral and leadership preparation.
Broaden your understanding
You will gain a solid foundation in theology and how to apply it as you actively engage your culture. You will study the Old and New Testament and Christian History. Greek or Hebrew language courses will help you uncover the depths of meaning and understanding of the Bible in its original language. Your analytical skills will be honed in Systematic Theology and Biblical Interpretation.
The degree is both academic and practical. Most of the professors are practitioners in their field so they can teach both the academics as well as how it applies to their field of expertise. Gospel, Church and Culture will challenge you to look at the church within a cultural context while the Interdisciplinary internship will give you the opportunity to put into practice what you have learned.
Tailored to Your Calling
What is God’s calling on your life? If you are exploring God’s calling on your life, then this degree gives you the freedom to explore. For those who do feel called to a certain path that spans many of the 11 different areas of study, then this is also the degree for you. During your studies, you are not alone in figuring it out, a faculty advisor will support you in finding the right courses for where God is calling you.
Degree and Diploma Options
Master of Divinity
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Visiting & Occasional Students
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You have multiple commitments; yet God has called you to further your studies, to gain new levels of expertise, and to deepen your commitment to Christian leadership in your ministry or profession. Tyndale Seminary understands. That is why we designed several ways for you to approach your course work:
You can interact with faculty, students, and visit our exhibit hall to speak with representatives from each academic program.
Seminary Preview Evening
This is your chance to interact with faculty, meet current and future students, tour the campus, attend a class, and meet with our admissions team. Dinner will also be provided.
Not able to make it to one of our campus visit events but you would like to check out our campus? No problem — to book a personal campus visit please email visit [at] tyndale [dot] ca to arrange a date. You may also complete the registration form and choose a personal visit.
Do you have questions? Connect with an Admissions Counsellor to discuss your options.
Areas of Study
- Biblical Studies
- Christian Education and and Discipleship
- Christian Foundations
- Church in the City
- Global Mission and Intercultural Studies
- Pastoral Ministry
- Pastoral Ministry: New Generation Multicultural Church
- Pastoral Thanatology (Grief, Death & Dying)
- Pentecostal Studies
- Salvation Army Studies
- Spiritual Formation
- Theological Studies
- Youth and Family Ministry