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Classes will be offered through one of the following three distinct teaching delivery models:

1. In-person classes

  • In-Person classes will require students to be on campus at scheduled times. With our small class sizes and commitment to a consistent delivery method throughout the semester, we will have the opportunity to continue in-person education while observing social distancing and safe classroom gatherings.
  • Some courses (e.g. labs, music) require in-person interaction and are therefore only available as an in-person option.

2. Hybrid classes

  • Hybrid classes will provide a mix of online delivery and in-person interaction within one class.
  • Hybrid classes will not be available as an online component only, but rather, students will be required to participate in both. Students will be expected to be available on campus at the scheduled times and based on physical distancing capacities each instructor will determine in-person schedule.

3. Online classes

  • Online classes will be delivered solely through online with no in-person requirements.

Final Examination Schedule Fall 2021 Download here.

 

Winter 2022 Schedule

 

Seminary Course ID Legend

-OL courses are offered online.
-CL courses are Chinese Language courses.

PS 499c - 1 Independent Research in Psychology

  • Schedule: Independent Study
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

PST 201 - 1 Pastoral Counselling

  • Instructor: Margaret Clark
    Location: Online
    Schedule: Thurs 6:45 PM 9:30 PM
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    An introductory study of basic counselling skills and their application to personal problem solving in the local church context.

    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

PST 301 - 1 Homiletics

  • Instructor: Ric Strangway, DMin
    Location: RE LL124
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 3:15 PM 4:30 PM
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    Principles of constructing and delivering expository sermons. Students will preach in class for evaluation by instructor and peers.

    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

PST 301L - 2 Homiletics Lab

  • Instructor: Ric Strangway, DMin
    Location: RE LL124
    Schedule: Tue 5:00 PM 6:15 PM
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    Principles of constructing and delivering expository sermons. Students will preach in class for evaluation by instructor and peers.

    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

PST 307 - 1 Evangelism and Discipleship in the Church

  • Instructor: Ric Strangway, DMin
    Location: L2084
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 8:15 AM 9:30 AM
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    Biblical and historical models for making disciples in changing cultural contexts. Principles of personal spiritual formation are applied using strength-based mentoring.

    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

PST 323 - 1 Family Ministry Essentials

PST 342 - 1 Contemporary Youth Issues

  • Instructor: Matt Wilks, MA
    Location: RE 110
    Schedule: Wed/Fri 11:45 AM 1:00 PM
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    Foundational skills to understand and assess the constantly changing issues of youth culture.. Using various resources, students will gain an understanding of issues facing youth in order to build skills to reflect critically and create effective ministry methods and practices. Prerequisite: PST 302 Practical Theology

    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

PT 545 – Presence-Centered Spirituality and Leadership

  • Schedule: 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
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    Where’s your spirituality or leadership centered? What’s your focus? It could be certain practices, purposes, or programs. Psalm 105:4 advises, “Seek the Lord and his strength, seek his presence continually.” Psalm 16:11 exclaims, “You make known to me the path of life; in your presence there is fullness of joy.” God is present everywhere always. There are also electric times when his presence is manifest, tangible and transformational. Presence-centered spirituality and leadership focuses on the pursuit of God’s presence, particularly for his guidance and favour in life and ministry. This seminar and one-credit course will explore the theology and practices for how to seek, sense, and experience God’s presence for Christian spirituality and leadership.

    Semester: Winter
    Seminary

REL 105 - 1 Introduction to the Bible

  • Instructor: Colin Toffelmire, PhD
    Location: A1085-1
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 3:15 PM 4:30 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

REL 161 - 1 Introduction to Christian Theology

  • Instructor: Christina Conroy, PhD
    Location: A2133 (Hybrid)
    Schedule: Wed/Fri 11:45 AM 1:00 PM
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    A survey of the major Christian doctrines expressed in the Apostles' Creed, including Theology proper, Christology, Pneumatology, Ecclesiology and Eschatology.

    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

REL 210 - 1 Life and Letters of Paul

  • Instructor: Robert S. Snow, PhD
    Location: A2210
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 10:00 AM 11:15 AM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

REL 211 - 1 Spiritual Formation in the Christian Tradition

  • Instructor: Christina Conroy, PhD
    Location: A2210
    Schedule: Wed/Fri 8:15 AM 9:30 AM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

REL 231 - 1 Isaiah

  • Instructor: Nikayla Reize PhD
    Location: A2131
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 10:00 AM 11:15 AM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

REL 261 - 1 Issues in Systematic Theology

  • Instructor: Jon Coutts, PhD
    Location: A1085-1
    Schedule: Wed/Fri 1:30 PM 2:45 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

REL 311 - 1 The Craft & Discipline of Spiritual Writing

  • Instructor: Mark Buchanan, MCS
    Location: L2100
    Schedule: Module: Feb 22-26 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

REL 353 - 1 Gospel of Mark

  • Instructor: Robert S. Snow, PhD
    Location: A2212
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 1:30 PM 2:45 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

REL 358 - 1 History and Polity of the Church of Nazarene

  • Instructor: Doug Herbert
    Location: Online
    Schedule: Sat: Jan 15, Feb 12, Mar 19 12:00 PM 2:00 PM
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    This course traces the formative influences that led to the American Holiness movement and the Church of the Nazarene. The polity of the Church, as well as her major figures and events, are explored. Attention will be given to themes of holiness theology in the context of the growth of the Church of the Nazarene.

    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

REL 362-OL - 1 Alliance History & Thought

  • Instructor: Kenneth L. Draper, PhD
    Location: Online
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    A survey of the origins of The Christian and Missionary Alliance in its social, cultural, and theological contexts. The course also examines and evaluates various continuities and changes in C&MA thought and practice. Alliance History and Thought online class has a limit of 20 students and preference is given to students who live outside of Calgary. Taught online within the regular semester dates; only in the winter semester.

    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

REL 380 - 1 Political Theology

  • Instructor: Jon Coutts, PhD
    Location: RE 132
    Schedule: Wed/Fri 11:45 AM 1:00 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

REL 401 - 1 Biblical Theology

  • Instructor: Colin Toffelmire, PhD
    Location: RE LL 124
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 1:30 PM 2:45 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

REL 490 - 1 Independent Research in Christian Studies

  • Schedule: Independent Study
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

SCMP 600 - 1 An Application of Society & Culture: Methodology & Practices

  • Instructor: Eric Perrault
    Location: A2212
    Schedule: Tue/Thurs 8:30 AM 11:00 AM
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    An examination of the ways in which society, culture and education intersect and influence teaching practice and methodology in today's classrooms. Students will build upon and integrate their understanding of teachers and teaching with an emerging personal philosophy and world view. Topics include the changing face of knowledge, schooling and credentials, and the emotional lives of children

    Semester: Winter
    Education (After Degree)

SCMP 600 - 2 An Application of Society & Culture: Methodology & Practices

  • Instructor: Craig Harding, PhD
    Location: A2131 (Tues); A2212 (Thur)
    Schedule: Tues 1:30 AM 4:00 PM; Wed 8:30 AM 11:00 AM
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    An examination of the ways in which society, culture and education intersect and influence teaching practice and methodology in today's classrooms. Students will build upon and integrate their understanding of teachers and teaching with an emerging personal philosophy and world view. Topics include the changing face of knowledge, schooling and credentials, and the emotional lives of children

    Semester: Winter
    Education (After Degree)

SO 121 - 1 Principles of Sociology

  • Instructor: Garrett Halas, MA
    Location: A1085-1
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 1:30 PM 2:45 PM
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    'This course examines the foundations of sociology, social inequality, social institutions, and social change. It introduces students to the major concepts, theories and procedures of sociological inquiry. ALL NEW BHS STUDENTS SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE IN THE FALL SEMESTER. All non-BHS students should take SO 121 in the winter or spring semester.

    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

SO 203 - 1 Introduction to Criminology

  • Instructor: Garrett Halas, MA
    Location: A2131
    Schedule: Wed/Fri 11:45 AM 1:00 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

SO 220 - 1 Social Problems

  • Instructor: Garrett Halas, MA
    Location: A2210
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 5:00 PM 6:15 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

SO 240 - 1 Sociology of Education

  • Instructor: Joel Thiessen, PhD
    Location: L2084
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 10:00 AM 11:15 AM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

SO 320 - 1 Sociology of Religion

  • Instructor: Joel Thiessen, PhD
    Location: A2131
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 5:00 PM 6:15 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

SO 490a - 1 Independent Study in Sociology

  • Schedule: Independent Study
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

SO 490b - 1 Independent Study in Sociology

  • Schedule: Independent Study
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

SO 499a - 1 Research Study in Sociology

  • Schedule: Independent Study
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

SO 499b - 1 Research Study in Sociology

  • Schedule: Independent Study
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

SO 499c - 1 Research Study in Sociology

  • Schedule: Independent Study
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

STA 210 - 1 Introduction to Business Statistics I

  • Instructor: John Wiest, MSc
    Location: A2131
    Schedule: Wed/Fri 10:00 AM 11:15 AM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

STA 210T - 1 Introduction to Business Statistics Tutorial

  • Instructor: John Wiest, MSc
    Location: A2131
    Schedule: Mon 10:00 AM 11:30 AM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

TH 131 - 1 Technical Theatre II

  • Instructor: Jennifer Lee Arsenault, MFA
    Location: RE LL122
    Schedule: Mon 6:30 PM 8:30 PM
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    A hands on journey through the world of technical theatre exploring basic technical theatre terminology, chain of command, and introductory design concepts through class lecture, field trips, and assignments. All students are expected to participate as technicians for program productions. Note: This is a two-credit course. Class time will entail two 2-hr blocks per week.

    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

TH 131L - 1 Technical Theatre II Lab

  • Instructor: Jennifer Lee Arsenault, MFA
    Location: RE LL122
    Schedule: Wed 6:30 PM 8:15 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

TH 202 - 1 Acting II: Meisner

  • Instructor: Barrett Hileman, MFA
    Location: RE LL122
    Schedule: Tue 2:30 PM 5:30 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

TH 202L - 1 Acting II: Meisner Lab

  • Instructor: Barrett Hileman, MFA
    Location: RE LL122
    Schedule: Thu 2:30 PM 5:30 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

TH 204 - 1 Movement II

  • Instructor: Sheahan Keinick, F.ISTD
    Location: RE LL216
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 8:15 AM 9:30 AM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

TH 204L - 1 Movement II Lab

  • Instructor: Sheahan Keinick, F.ISTD
    Location: RE LL216
    Schedule: Fri 8:15 AM 9:30 AM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

TH 208 - 1 Voice and Speech II

  • Instructor: Mark Bartel , DMA
    Location: RE LL120
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 10:00 AM 11:15 AM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

TH 208L - 1 Voice and Speech II Lab

  • Instructor: Mark Bartel , DMA
    Location: RE LL120
    Schedule: Fri 10:00 AM 11:15 AM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

TH 210 - 1 Vocal Production II

  • Instructor: Stephanie Hradsky, MMus
    Location: RE LL120
    Schedule: Wed 9:45 AM 10:30 AM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

TH 210T - 1 Vocal Production II Tutorial

  • Instructor: Stephanie Hradsky, MMus
    Location: RE LL120
    Schedule: Wed 10:30 AM 11:00 AM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

TH 211 - 1 Performing Shakespeare

  • Instructor: Haysam Kadri
    Location: RE LL120
    Schedule: Mon 1:00 PM 4:00 PM
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    Students will learn tools and techniques they can use to fully understand and embody Shakespearean text, including text analysis, personalization, the art of rhetoric, audience connection and explorative rehearsal techniques. Class work will focus on monologues and scene work. Actors are expected to explore the full-range of emotion within the life of Shakespeare's characters.

    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

TH 220b - 1 Collective Creation IV

  • Instructor: Barrett Hileman, MFA
    Location: RE LL122
    Schedule: Wed/Fri 3:15 PM 4:45 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

TH 641 - History and Polity of the Church of the Nazarene

  • Location: In Class
    Schedule: Jan. 15, Feb. 12, and March 19, 2022 Time: 12:00-2:00pm
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    This course traces the formative influences that led to the American Holiness movement and the Church of the Nazarene. The polity of the Church, as well as her major figures and events, are explored. Attention will be given to themes of holiness theology in the context of the growth of the Church of the Nazarene.

    Semester: Winter
    Seminary

ZOO 263 - 1 Human Physiology II

  • Instructor: Michele Nawata, PhD
    Location: A2131
    Schedule: Wed/Fri 5:00 PM 6:15 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

ZOO 263L - 1 Human Physiology II Lab

  • Instructor: Michele Nawata, PhD
    Location: A2151
    Schedule: Wed 8:15 AM 11:00 AM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate