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Philosophy, Politics and Economics Minor

Philosophy, Politics and Economics Minor

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

The Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) minor provides an enriched and integrated study of all three disciplines with a solid foundation in Christian Evangelical theology as they relate to the modern age.

You will be able to use your deepened understanding of the political and economic foundations of societal life to provide leadership on basic political and economic issues, as well as on applied issues such as international economic development.  You will also have an excellent foundation for graduate work in areas such as law, business, Christian ministry, philosophy, politics and economics.  Above all else, the PPE minor will equip you to understand and contribute to the spiritual, political and economic leadership of contemporary society.  
 

Students will be able to successfully contribute to political and economic decision-making with a mature and informed perspective.

For a future career in

  • Legislative politics
  • Civil service
  • Graduate studies
  • Church leadership

Program Options

  • Available as a Minor

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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This program enriches the integrated study of each discipline with a solid foundation in Christian Evangelical theology and practice.

Here are some interesting courses you may take in the Philosophy, Politics and Economics Minor program:

  • Critical Reasoning
  • Microeconomics
  • Politics in Theory and Practice
  • Economic Theories/Economic Thought
  • Political Philosophy

Program Faculty


Dr. C. Brad Faught

Dr. Derek Chisholm

Dr. Eric Crouse

Dr. W. Paul Franks