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Non-Degree Programs

Non-Degree Programs

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Gain a basic overview of a seminary program or upgrade your education by enrolling in a Graduate or Post-Graduate Certificate program at Providence Theological Seminary! These programs range from 18 to 30 credit hours and will help you develop expertise in a specific area while you study part-time or online. Coursework successfully completed is transferable to an associated degree program at Providence Theological Seminary!

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Augment your understanding of Christian counselling and improve hour care-giving skills for helping ministries or professions.

A Biblical Studies Certificate will give those interested in the Bible and theology, those who want to begin a seminary education online or those involved in ministry an increased knowledge of the Bible.

Gain the basic theological knowledge as well as various skills for Christian education, administration and leadership and counselling to work within a cultural Canadian context.

Build a foundation of the spiritual life as expressed in the Bible, in church history, theology and contemporary reality.

This Post Graduate Certificate is for existing professional therapists to fulfill your professional development needs through enhanced counselling certification.

Learn the effective skills for discipleship to serve in cross-cultural settings. Develop an awareness of culture, teaching principles and the ability to meet those needs.

Attain the skills required to teach English to speakers of other languages.

Expand on your TESOL skills by learning to train teachers to teach English to speakers of other languages.

Non-Degree Programs Faculty

Daryl Climenhaga

Daryl Climenhaga, D.Miss.

Associate Professor of Global Studies

Joshua Coutts

Joshua Coutts, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of New Testament

Robert Dean

Robert Dean, Th.D.

Associate Professor of Theology and Ethics

Stan Hamm

Stan Hamm, Ph.D.

VP for Seminary, Assoc. Prof. of Educational & Christian Studies

Elfrieda Lepp-Kaethler

Elfrieda Lepp-Kaethler, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of TESOL

Ed Neufeld

Ed Neufeld, Ph.D.

Professor of Biblical Studies

Sharon Pham

Sharon Pham, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Counselling Psychology

Catherine Rust-Akinbolaji

Catherine Rust-Akinbolaji, M.A.

Assistant Professor of TESOL; Director, MLI

Al Thiessen

Al Thiessen, D.Min.

Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology

Laura Vander Velden

Laura Vander Velden, Ph.D. (ABD)

Assistant Professor of Counselling Psychology

Glenys Wirch

Glenys Wirch, D.Min.

Associate Professor of Counselling Psychology, Department Chair

Lissa Wray Beal

Lissa Wray Beal, Ph.D.

Professor of Old Testament

Daryl Climenhaga

Daryl Climenhaga, D.Miss.

Associate Professor of Global Studies

;
Joshua Coutts

Joshua Coutts, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of New Testament

;
Robert Dean

Robert Dean, Th.D.

Associate Professor of Theology and Ethics

;
Stan Hamm

Stan Hamm, Ph.D.

VP for Seminary, Assoc. Prof. of Educational & Christian Studies

;
Elfrieda Lepp-Kaethler

Elfrieda Lepp-Kaethler, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of TESOL

;
Ed Neufeld

Ed Neufeld, Ph.D.

Professor of Biblical Studies

;
Sharon Pham

Sharon Pham, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Counselling Psychology

;
Catherine Rust-Akinbolaji

Catherine Rust-Akinbolaji, M.A.

Assistant Professor of TESOL; Director, MLI

;
Al Thiessen

Al Thiessen, D.Min.

Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology

;
Laura Vander Velden

Laura Vander Velden, Ph.D. (ABD)

Assistant Professor of Counselling Psychology

;
Glenys Wirch

Glenys Wirch, D.Min.

Associate Professor of Counselling Psychology, Department Chair

;
Lissa Wray Beal

Lissa Wray Beal, Ph.D.

Professor of Old Testament

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