Bachelor of Arts (BA)
The Bachelor of Arts degree allows a student to gain a broadly-based liberal arts education and also take the equivalent of a minor in Biblical and Theological Studies at the same time. The main goal of this degree is to help the student integrate Christian faith and a broad understanding of our culture into a comprehensive Christian worldview.
Bachelor of Education (BEd)
The Department of Education offers a Bachelor of Education degree (BEd) which leads to certification with the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT). The BEd program at Tyndale is 16 months long. You will begin your studies in August in order to lay a foundation preparing you to begin your first practicum on the first day of school in September.
Bachelor of Religious Education (BRE)
The Bachelor of Religious Education (BRE) is a three-year pre-professional degree to prepare students for ministry in churches, para-church organizations, or missions. This is an excellent degree for those already in ministry, or for those planning to become involved in ministry.
These programs feature the benefit of studying at Tyndale for your first two years of university. Experience our small classes and Christian community. Tyndale’s partnership with Nipissing University will allow you to transfer directly into their BSc program and complete your degree there.
Transitions is a one-year introductory program in Christian Studies. The program is designed to help you make the transition from high school to University and from one life path to another. Explore spiritual formation, Christian worldview, biblical studies, the mission of the church, and personal gifting and vocation.
Degree Completion Program
The Degree Completion Program (DCP) is a non-traditional program specifically designed for adults who want to complete a Bachelor of Religious Education (BRE) degree but who are unable to attend traditional semester education
The BRE Modular Program is a non-traditional program specifically designed for adults who want to complete a Bachelor of Religious Education (BRE) degree but who are unable to attend traditional semester education programs and have little or no transfer credit from previous postsecondary education.