CS 620 Religion and Culture in Canada (3) B
This course explores the relationship between religion and culture in Canada from a sociological perspective. This examination will include a look at the past, present, and potential future relationship between religion and culture in Canada.
Note: This course is cross-leveled at the undergraduate level as SO 440.
CS 645 Special Topics in Christian Studies (3) O
CS 645-CL Special Topics in Christian Studies (3)
A course Christian Studies on a topic of current interest or specialized study. Course may be repeated for credit as topics change.
CS 662 Prayer Paths to God (3) B
An advanced course which studies the historical theology and practice of Christian prayer as it pertains to understanding the role of prayer within the spiritual life. The course is taught from a broadly Christian perspective and includes practical opportunities to try different forms of prayer.
Note: This course is cross-leveled at the undergraduate level as REL 364.
CS 665 Christian Studies Educational Travel (3) O
This course includes both an academic and travel component and will provide an in-depth experience of the destination and its place in Christian Studies. Course may be repeated for credit as destinations change.
CS 790 Graduating Essay (non-credit) A
CS 790-CL Graduating Essay (non-credit)
In addition to the required courses in the Master of Christian Studies (MCS) degree, each MCS student completes a graduating essay which will be evaluated as pass/fail. This graduating essay will typically be a summative reflection on the integration of the student’s biblical and theological studies and their chosen career and/or personal giftedness.