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Alliance History and Thought Registration Form

Alliance History and Thought is a course which surveys the origins of The Christian and Missionary Alliance movement in its social, cultural, and theological context, with emphasis on its historical continuities and changes, and evaluating Alliance "distinctives." Although required for Faculty of Theology programs at Ambrose, those within the denominational licensing process must take this course for credit in order to work within the Alliance denomination. 

Some important notes about the Alliance History & Thought Classes: 

  • For licensing purposes, you must take the course for credit and you only need to take it at the undergraduate level. 
  • All students are required to make a $250.00 non-refundable deposit upon submission of this form. The deposit will be put towards your tuition cost of the course; it is not an additional fee.
  • The form must be filled out in its entirety. If you neglect to answer required questions, you will not be able to submit the form.
  • If you are a current Ambrose student, use the Student Registration System to enrol in this class.
  • An Alberta Student Number is a legal requirement for taking classes at post-secondary institutions in Alberta. If you do not have one or cannot remember yours, use the link provided under the question. 

If you have any questions, please email registrar@ambrose.edu

Student Information
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Education Information
Anyone who wishes to take a class at Ambrose University is required to provide us with their Alberta Student Number. If you do not have an Alberta Student Number or do not remember your Alberta Student Number, please request your Alberta Student Number from the following link: https://learnerregistry.ae.alberta.ca/
Highest Level of Education Achieved
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Are you taking this course for accreditation purposes?
Registration Information
Please Note: If you do not have education higher than a Post-Secondary Diploma or Certificate, we strongly recommend you register for an undergraduate level Alliance History & Thought class. The Seminary level version of the class will have significantly higher academic expectations. 
Class Selection
Instructor: Kenneth L. Draper, PhD
Level of Instruction: Undergraduate
Location: Online
Language: English
Date & Time: January 10 - April 14, 2022 @ TBD
Instructor: Kenneth L. Draper, PhD
Level of Instruction: Undergraduate
Location: Online
Language: English
Instructor: Kenneth L. Draper, PhD
Level of Instruction: Seminary
Location: Online
Language: English
Date & Time: January 10 - April 14, 2022 @ TBD
Instructor: Bernie Van De Walle
Location: Horizon College, Saskatoon, SK (in person)
Language: English
Date & Time: April 25-29, 2022 @ 9:00am-4:00pm
Instructor: Kenneth L. Draper, PhD
Location: in person on campus with Zoom option
Language: English
Date & Time: May 2-6, 2022 @ 9:00am-4:00pm
Instructor: Bernie Van De Walle
Location: Canadian Pacific District, exact location TBD (in person)
Language: English
Date & Time: May 16-20, 2022 Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Instructor: Kenneth L. Draper, PhD
Location: A2212
Language: English
Date & Time: May 2-6, 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
Instructor: Kenneth L. Draper, PhD
Level of Instruction: Seminary
Location: A2212
Language: English
Date & Time: May 2-5 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
Instructor: Bernie Van De Walle
Level of Instruction: Seminary
Location: Horizon College, Saskatoon, SK (in person)
Language: English
Date & Time: April 25-29 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
Instructor: Kenneth L. Draper, PhD
Level of Instruction: Seminary
Location: A2212
Language: English
Date & Time: May 2-5 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
Instructor: Bernie Van De Walle
Level of Instruction: Seminary
Location: Horizon College, Saskatoon, SK (in person)
Language: English
Date & Time: April 25-29 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
Registration Type
The difference between credit and audit is that by taking a class for credit, you are required to complete all assignments and tests and will receive a letter grade based on your performance that will become a part of your academic record. By taking a class for audit, you are not required to complete assignments and tests, and you will receive a grade indicator of AU (Audit) that will become a part of your academic record.
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