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Taking Courses in 2020-21
The academic year 2020-21 will look very different from a year ago as Wycliffe works with the U of T to ensure a safe and healthy environment for students, faculty and staff under the COVID-19 restrictions. Visit https://www.wycliffecollege.ca/infonewacademicyear for details.
Get ready to be inspired spiritually and challenged academically. Wycliffe provides a wide range of courses across these different areas:
Search our Course Listing
Find the right course by searching and filtering by keyword, professor, term and time of day. You'll get a detailed description of the course.
Review the current weekly course schedule to see the course offerings for the Fall, Winter and Summer semesters. You'll also see links to the course detail pages and the professor profile for each course.
Flexible Course Offerings
We're flexible in our course offerings in order to accommodate your needs:
Complete the Master of Theological Studies program fully online.
Combine online learning with select on-site classes.
Take one-week intensive courses in the Summer semester.
Be part of select on-site classes while remoting in through video and audio.
For the Master of Divinity program, take a year or more of required courses prior to a year of residence.
Simply take a course that interests you as an occasional student.
Auditing a course means you can sit in on class lectures and discussions, but you don’t do the assignments and you won’t be graded. We suggest you keep up with the assigned reading to ensure you get the most out of the course. Just search for the course you want to audit, and get the permission of the professor and registrar. Senior citizens and Wycliffe alumni receive a 50% discount.
Our Summer session runs from May to August, letting you create a year-round study schedule and catch up on credits.
Do you know that you can complete the Master of Theological Studies program entirely online? Learn about courses offered online every semester, as well as how to gain access.
Speaking with Us
If you have questions regarding courses or programs, we’re always available to help.
Our Academic Policies
Become familiar with the particulars of programs and courses, like completing programs on time, studying part-time, transferring credits and extending assignments.