Youth Ministry


Ambrose University Undergraduate Viewbook
Develop the skills to meet the spiritual needs of culturally diverse young people, from junior high students to young adults.

Learn to apply your understanding of Scripture to a rapidly changing youth culture.

Expand your biblical literacy, reflect on theology, and undergo personal, spiritual and professional formation.




    Program Streams


    • Behavioural Science
    • Psychology
    • Sociology
    • Christian Studies

    Your Future

    This is your career

    With a Bachelor of Theology degree, you’ll be equipped to serve as a committed, competent ministry professional in an ever‐changing culture. You’ll also be on the right track to pursue seminary studies.

    This is where you can go

    • Pastor of Youth Ministries
    • Pastor of Youth and Family Ministries
    • Developer of Youth Programming

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    Beyond the Classroom

    In your second year, you’ll start a practicum of 5 ‐ 6 hours per week. Then, before the final year of your program, you’ll do a 3 ‐ 12 month full‐time internship. In your final year, you’ll have a chance to reflect on what you learned during your time in the field. During your field education in a church or organization, you’ll be mentored by ministry professionals, get real‐world experience, and gain insight into professional ministry. You’ll deepen your classroom learning and improve your ministry practice by reflecting on these experiences. Please note, you will need to produce the results of a Criminal Record Check before you will be permitted to participate in practicum or internship experiences associated with the program.

    Faculty & Staff

    Tim Moore Associate Professor Youth Ministries and Director of Field Education

    Tim Moore, DMin, MA, BSc

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    Associate Professor of Youth Ministry
    Director of Field Education
    Matt Wilks

    Matt Wilks, MA, BA

    Lecturer, Youth Ministry
    Director, Legacy Youth Conference