The MTS – Salvation Army Studies combines the rich tradition and expertise of Booth University College and the Salvation Army, with Tyndale Seminary’s broad spectrum of courses in the theological disciplines. The program is the outcome of a creative partnership between Booth UC and Tyndale Seminary to serve you and The Salvation Army better.
Salvation Army Specialization
Your Salvation Army specialized courses are rooted in The Salvation Army’s 150-year history of meeting the needs of the most vulnerable in society. Scholars and practitioners from the Salvation Army tradition will guide your studies in the history and theology of The Salvation Army and its Wesleyan heritage. Gain a deeper understanding of The Salvation Army within the broader church while you analyze social and moral issues and explore the global mission of the Army in today’s world.
Broad foundation for ministry
Tyndale’s MTS courses are designed to give you a solid foundation for ministry as you study Christian history, theology, biblical interpretation and spiritual formation. Examine your own denominational perspective as you interact with your classmates in a broad multicultural and multi-denominational community. You will be challenged to think critically about faith, vocation and ministry while wrestling with God’s mission in today’s social, cultural and global context.
Accessible and Flexible
The degree has been designed to fit your schedule no matter where you live. You can even take the full degree online. Throughout the year there will be courses taught in modular formats and one-week intensives. If you live near Winnipeg, some courses will be offered at Booth UC, or if you are in the greater Toronto area, courses will also be offered at Tyndale. There will even be livestreamed, hybrid and online courses so you can study from wherever you live.
Degree and Diploma Options
Master of Theological Studies
Applying to Tyndale Seminary as a full-time or part-time student can be done online and is free.
Visiting & Occasional Students
I wish to take classes at Tyndale Seminary but do not want to be admitted into a degree or certificate program. If you have completed a bachelor's degree and wish to take graduate-level course you can become an occasional student or audit a course... Visiting & Occasional Student information
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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