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Bachelor of Religious Education (BRE)

Bachelor of Religious Education (BRE)


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Are you already in ministry or planning to become involved in ministry working for a church, para-church organization or missions? This practical three-year pre-professional degree will equip you with the skills you need. Focus on general, pastoral or youth ministry.

Discover how to integrate faith, learning and everyday life in a meaningful and practical way as you study the Bible and explore how to become more effective in ministry and in the workplace. Complete a Directed Research Project in an area you feel passionate about, such as Educational Ministries, Intercultural Studies, Pastoral Studies or Youth Ministry.

The BRE may also be completed in two formats:

“You’re not just a number. In fact, I don’t think my professors even know what my student number is.” – Scott Wessel, student

For a future career in

  • Church Ministry
  • Social Work
  • Parachurch Ministry
  • Outreach
  • Missions

Read how graduates are making an impact and how their Tyndale university experience prepared them.

Janney Lock

At first, I was deeply anxious about financing my education. However, I came to the realization that if Tyndale was where God wanted me to be then He would unlimitedly provide.

Mark Fisk

I chose Tyndale because I knew that I wanted a quality education in a place where I could grow closer to God.

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You will benefit from faculty who are deeply passionate about their areas of expertise.

Here are some interesting courses you may take in the Bachelor of Religious Education (BRE) program:

  • The Quest for Meaning
  • New Testament Scriptures
  • Introduction to Christian Theology
  • Hermeneutics
  • Hebrew Scriptures

Program Faculty

Dr. Bradley Noel

Dr. Daniel Scott

Dr. Daniel Wong