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Introduction

In keeping with our mission, Taylor Seminary is committed to developing Christ-minded leaders who make a difference in the world. In keeping with our commitment to the standards of the Association of Theological Schools (ATS), we set out objectives for our degree programs and measure our effectiveness in serving our students with excellence.

Taylor Seminary has just conducted a survey of some current students and its graduates of the last five years, and some of the survey results provide our most current and quantitative measurements of the seminary’s educational effectiveness.

 

Satisfaction with the Educational Process

To obtain the most informed data available, the surveys were sent to:

  • Students who have attended in the last five years (most of whom would have hopefully experienced our revised programs and delivery systems), have completed a minimum of nine credit hours, and all who have taken online and offsite courses in the last five years (because their numbers are relatively small); and
  • Alumni who graduated in the last five years.

Those sections of the survey most directly related to the educational (teaching and learning) process reveal the following for current students.

 

THE SURVEY QUESTIONS OR STATEMENTS   PERCENTAGE THAT AGREED OR STRONGLY AGREED
The objectives for the program in which I am registered are meeting my educational needs.   95.50%
I am satisfied with the degree to which the courses I am taking at Taylor Seminary are increasing my understanding of:    
   o   The Bible   91%
   o   Christian theology & church history   97.50%
   o   The society in which I expect to minister   88.90%
I am satisfied with the degree to which the courses I am taking at Taylor Seminary are helping me:    
   o   Grow spiritually   95.50%
   o   Develop moral integrity   90.60%
   o   Mature emotionally   84%
   o   Formulate a distinctly Christian worldview   93.1
Taylor Seminary supports and encourages the participation of women:    
   o   In classroom discussion   91%
   o   In student government   84%       (9% don’t know)
   o   In chapel programs   77.2%   (15.9% don’t know)
   o   In ministry leadership   72.7%   (15.9% don’t know)
Taylor Seminary supports and encourages the participation of ethnic minorities    
   o   In classroom discussion   79.9%   (11.1% don’t know)
   o   In student government   63.6 %   (25% don’t know)
   o   In chapel programs   63.5%   (25% don’t know)
   o   In ministry leadership   63.5%   (22.7% don’t know)
Instructional methods are sensitive to the varied cultural contexts of the students   84.30%
Instructional methods are sensitive to the varied faith communities of the students   88.50%
Instructional methods are sensitive to the varied learning styles of students   73.20%
My seminary education is effective in each of the following areas of study:    
   o   Providing a comprehensive understanding of theology, biblical studies & church history   95.50%
   o   Providing an understanding of the cultural contexts of ministry   91%
   o   Providing development in personal and spiritual formation   95.50%
   o   Cultivating capacity for ministerial and and public leadership   93.30%
   o   Integrating materials from the various theological disciplines, field education and personal experience   84.40%
The extracurricular programs of Taylor Seminary:    
   o   Encourage spiritual growth   71.1 %   (20% not applicable)
   o   Develop ministerial skills   62.1% (24.4% not applicable)
On-line courses provide an effective mode of teaching and learning   73.2% (11.1% not applicable)
Weekend courses provide an effective mode of teaching and learning   73.2%   (13.3 don’t know)
One-week courses provide an effective mode of teaching and learning   73.3% (15.5% not applicable)
I received the needed technical support to negotiate these courses                 70.5 % (13.3% not applicable)

 

Placement Data

When the alumni of the past five years were asked: “If you were looking for employment, how long did it take after graduation for you to obtain your first paid ministry position,” they responded:

  • 40.6%  I was already working when I graduated from seminary
  • 25%     I did not pursue a paid professional position
  • 18.7%  Less than six months
  • 6.2%    One to two years
  • 6.2%    I have not attained a paid professional position
  • 3.1%    Longer than two years

 

Graduation Percentage Rate

Based on the number of students that entered the following programs since 2005, minus those who dropped out and those who are still with us, the percentage that have graduated are as follows: the M.Div. 43%; the MTS 66%; and the MA 100%. Why there is such a difference between these degree programs is something that we are still attempting to analyze.

 

Retention Rates in all Programs

TAYLOR SEMINARY RETENTION DATA

 

Semester

Retention Rate

Fall 2008

71.43%

Fall 2009

57.43%

Fall 2010

76.19%

Fall 2011

75.38%

Fall 2012

65.79%

 

How the Retention Rate is Calculated

Current Fall program students who were registered in previous Fall semester divided by (Previous Fall semester program students minus Graduates from most recent graduation minus previous winter semester dismissals)

 

The lower retention rate for the fall of 2012 is not a final figure. Since these numbers were produced in September, additional students have continued to register for one week intensive modules that are offered in October and November. January Intersession courses will also be included in the final numbers for the Fall Semester 2012.

 

Conclusion

 

An analysis of these data would require at least two to three times the space needed to present the data itself. My impression is that these reports are to be relatively brief. Therefore, we are just letting the data speak for itself and trust that meets the requirements of this report.

 

Textbook List for Taylor Seminary Courses

Fall 2012 and Winter 2013

(Updated July 27, 2012)

Students are encouraged to order books early to ensure that they arrive in time for your first class.

There are numerous sources for books, including local 'bricks and mortar' stores (Blessings, Christian Book and Record, Inspirations, Scott's, Greenwood, Chapters, Audrey's, etc.). Online sources include ChristianBookDistributors.com, Amazon.ca/Amazon.com, BookRepository.com and AbeBooks.com.

>> Taylor is an affiliate of Christian Book Distributors (www.cbd.com), and your click on this link will result in a small commission to Taylor at NO ADDITIONAL COST to you.

  Course Code Course Instructor Author Title Publisher Date
  BI 412 Biblical Hermeneutics Jerry Shepherd William W. Klein, Craig L. Blomberg and Robert L. Hubbard, Jr., with Kermit A. Ecklebarger Introduction to Biblical Interpretation (2nd ed.) Thomas Nelson 2004
  CE 532 Educational Task of the Church Su Jin Chong Anthony, Michael J. (ed.) Introducing Christian Education: Foundations for the Twenty-first Century Baker Academic 2001
  CH 420 Church History to 1500 Randal Rauser Justo Gonzalez The Story of Christianity, Vol. 1, The Early Church to the Dawn of the Reformation Harper Collins 2010
  Mark Noll Turning Points: Decisive Moments in the History of Christianity, 2nd ed. Baker 2001
  Bettenson, Henry and Maunder, Chris Documents of the Christian Church to Present Day, 3rd. Ed. Oxford  
  FE 442 Field Ed Experience Unit 1 Bill Muller & Team Hellman, George, M. Ministry Greenhouse: Cultivating Environments for Practical Learning The Alban Institute 2008
  FE 443 Field Ed Experience Unit 2 Bill Muller & Team Manning, Brennan The Ragamuffin Gospel Multnomah 2005
  FE 444 Field Ed Experience Unit 3 Bill Muller & Team Nouwen, Henri J. M. In the Name of Jesus, Reflections on Christian Leadership Crossroad Publishing Co. 1997
  FE 445 Field Ed Experience Unit 4 Bill Muller & Team Scazzero, Peter The Emotionally Healthy Church Zondervan 2003
  FE 446 Field Ed Experience Unit 5 Bill Muller & Team MacDonald, Gordon Ordering Your Private World Thomas Nelson ?
  Miller, Calvin Letters to a Young Pastor David C. Cook 2001
  IN 531 Orientation to ICS Internship Joost Pikkert Course Pak
  MI 432 Integral Mission Allan Effa Ott, Craig, Stephen Strauss and Timothy Tennent Encountering Theology of Mission: Biblical Foundations, Historical Developments, and Contemporary Issues [Available as an electronic book at eBooks.com; Kindle edition available at amazon.com] Baker Academic 2010
  Kirk, J. Andrew What is Mission? Theological Explorations [Available as a Kindle electronic download at Amazon.com] Fortress Press 2000
  MI 534 Intercultural Communication Joost Pikkert Lustig, Myron and Jolene Koester Intercultural Competence: Interpersonal Communication Across Cultures Allyn and Bacon, 6th ed. 2009
  Livermore, David Cultural Intelligence: Improving Your CQ to Engage Our Multicultural World Baker 2009
  MI 545 Evangelism and Church Planting Darrell Muth Bowen, John Evangelism for “Normal” People: Good News for Those Looking for a Fresh Approach Augsburg/ Fortress 2002
  Payne, J. D. Discovering Church Planting: An Introduction to the Whats, Whys, and Hows of Global Church Planting Paternoster 2009
  MI 547 Language and Culture Learning Joost Pikkert Howell & Paris Introducing Cultural Anthropology: A Christian Perspective Baker 2011
  Pikkert (provided by instructor) Field Manual for the LACE Method of Language Learning   2002
  MI 651 MA Research Paper Proposal Joost Pikkert McKinney Reading (provided by the instructor)    
  NT 416 New Testament Introduction Syd Page Mark Allan Powell Introducing the New Testament: A Historical, Literary, and Theological Survey. Baker 2009
    NIV (1984) will be primarily used in class    
  NT 517 Luke Syd Page Darrell L. Bock Luke. NIV Application Commentary Zondervan 1996
  David Lyle Jeffrey Luke. Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible. Brazos 2012
    NIV (1984) will be primarily used in class    
  NT 616 Ephesians Syd Page Peter T. O’Brien The Letter to the Ephesians (Pillar New Testament Commentary) Eerdmans 1999
    NIV (1984) will be used in class    
  OT 417 OT Introduction Jerry Shepherd Raymond B. Dillard and Tremper Longman III An Introduction to the Old Testament (2nd ed.) Zondervan 2006
  OT 611 Psalms Jerry Shepherd Bonhoeffer, Dietrich Life Together; Prayerbook of the Bible. Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works 5.  (If you already have or can access less expensive versions of these two books, that will be fine.) Fortress Press 1996
  Broyles, Craig C. Psalms. New International Biblical Commentary 11 Peabody Mass. Hendrickson 1999
  Longman, Tremper III How to Read the Psalms Intervarsity 1988
  Davidson, Robert The Vitality of Worship: A Commentary on the Book of Psalms Eerdmans 1998
  OT 614 The Wisdom Literature Jerry Shepherd Crenshaw, James L. Old Testament Wisdom: An Introduction. 3d ed Louisville: Westminster John Knox 2010
  Murphy, Roland E. The Tree of Life: An Exploration of Biblical Wisdom Literature.  3d ed. Eerdmans 2002
  PC 431 Personal Development and Ministry Larry Froese, Willy Muller, Ray Seutter
       
         
    (please see the course syllabus for updated textbook list)    
         
         
         
  PC 531 Essentials of Pastoral Care Len Thompson Thompson, Leonard Developing the Spiritual Life Edmonton: Urban Centre for Evangelical Spiritual Formation 2010
  Strengthening Spiritual Relationships
  Conquering the Flesh Nature
  Discerning a Deeper Sense of Calling
  Carson, D.A. Memoirs of an Ordinary Pastor: The Life and Reflections of Tom Carson Crossway 2008
  John Patton Pastoral Care: An Essential Guide Abingdon 2005
  Andrew Purves Pastoral Theology in the Classical Tradition Westminster/ John Knox 2001
  Jean Stairs Listening for the Soul: Pastoral Care and Spiritual Direction Fortress Press 2000
  Howard Stone Crisis Counselling (3rd ed.) Fortress Press 2009
  PC 631 Marriage and Family Care Prof. Elizabeth Thambiraji Allender, Dan and Longman III, Tremper  Intimate Allies
Tyndale House Publishers  1995
  Goldenberg, I. and Goldenburg, H. Family Therapy: An Overview, 8th Edition Brooks/Cole Publishing 2007
  Richardson, R. W. Family Ties that Bind International Self-Counsel Press Ltd 1995
  Thomas, Garry Sacred Marriage Harper Collins 2002
  DeMuth, Mary E. Authentic Parenting in a Postmodern Culture Harvest House 2007
  Kirwan, William T. Biblical Concepts for Christian Counseling Baker

1984

  PC 636 Spiritual Direction as Pastoral Care Len Thompson Nemeck, Francis Kelly & Coombs, Marie Theresa The Way of Spiritual Direction The Liturgical Press 1985
  Moon, Gary and Benner, David Spiritual Direction and the Care of Souls: A Guide to Christain Approaches and Practices IVP Academic 2004
  Barry, William Spiritual Direction and the Encounter with God: A Theological Inquiry Paulist Press 2004
  Fryling, Alice Seeking God Together: An Introduction to Group Spiritual Direction Intervarsity Press 2008
  PL 633 Essentials of Christian Leadership Terry Fossen Brady, Chris, & Orrin Woodward Launching a Leadership Revolution Business Plus: New York 2005
  Ford, Leighton Transforming Leadership: Jesus’ Way of Creating Vision, Shaping Values & Empowering Change InterVarsity Press: Downers Grove, Illinois 1991
  PT 540 Spiritual Formation Allan Effa Foster, Richard Streams of Living Water [Available as a Kindle eBook at amazon.com] San Francisco: Harper 2001
  Foster, Richard and James Bryan Smith, eds Devotional Classics: Selected Readings for Individuals and Groups San Francisco: Harper 2005
  Thompson, Marjorie Soul Feast [Available as a Kindle eBook at amazon.com] Louisville: Westminster John Knox 2005
  PW 431 Introduction to Preaching Lyle Buyer Robinson, Haddon Biblical Preaching: The Development and Delivery of Expository Messages, 2nd ed. Baker Academic 2001
  Stott, John R. W. Between Two Worlds Eerdmans 1982
  Sunukjian, Donald Biblical Preaching: Proclaiming Truth with Clarity and Relevance Kregel 2007
  PW 538 The Art and Craft of Biblical Preaching Lyle Buyer Robinson, Haddon and Larson, Craig Brian Larson (eds.). The Art and Craft of Biblical Preaching: A Comprehensive Resource for Today’s Communicators. Zondervan 2005
  Fee, Gordon and Stuart, Douglas How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth, 3rd ed.

Zondervan

2003
  Buechner, Frederick Telling the Truth; The Gospel as Tragedy, Comedy and Fairy Tale. HarperOne 1977
  Kushner, Malcolm Public Speaking for Dummies: 2nd Edition. Wiley 2004
  various (A series of articles will be made available on Moodle at the beginning of April.)    
               
  PW 631 Christian Worship Allan Effa Dyrness, William A. A Primer on Christian Worship: Where We’ve Been, Where We Are, Where We Can Go [Available as a Kindle eBook at amazon.com] Eerdmans 2009
  Labberton, Mark The Dangerous Act of Worship: Living God’s Call to Justice[Available as a Kindle eBook at amazon.com] IVP 2007
  PW 633 Introduction to Preaching Lyle Buyer Mathewson, Steven D. The Art of Preaching Old Testament Narrative Baker 2002
  Green, Joel B. & Michael Pasquarello III (eds.). Narrative Reading, Narrative Preaching: Reuniting New Testament Interpretation and Proclamation Baker 2003
  TH 531 Systematic Theology I Randal Rauser Fred Sanders The Deep Things of God Crossway 2010
  Randal Rauser Faith Lacking Understanding: Theology Through a Glass Darkly [available from Dr. Rauser for $15.00] Paternoster 2008
  Timothy C. Tennent Theology in the Context of World Christianity Zondervan 2007
  Alister McGrath Christian Theology: An Introduction 5th edition Wiley-Blackwell 2011
  TH 532 Systematic Theology II Randal Rauser Beilby, James and Eddy, Paul The Nature of the Atonement IVP 2006
  Rauser, Randal Faith Lacking Understanding: Theology Through a Glass Darkly [available from Dr. Rauser for $15.00] Paternoster 2008
  Tennent, Timothy C. Theology in the Context of World Christianity Zondervan 2007
  McGrath, Alister Christian Theology: An Introduction, 5th edition Wiley-Blackwell 2011
  TH 534 Christian Worldview Randal Rauser Cavanaugh, William Being Consumed: Economics and Christian Desire Eerdmans 2008
  Rauser, Randal You’re not as Crazy as I Think Biblica 2011
  Moreland, J.P. Kingdom Triangle Zondervan 2007
  Nicholi, Armand M. The Question of God Free Press 2002
  TH 634 Christian Apologetics Randal Rauser Hautman, Pete Godless Simon Pulse 2004
  Craig, William Lane Reasonable Faith 3rd Ed. Crossway 2008
  Rauser, Randal The Swedish Atheist, The Scuba Diver and Other Apologetic Rabbit Trails Intervarsity 2012
  Koukl, Greg Tactics: A game plan for discussing your Christian convictions. Zondervan 2009
  WR 523 Christian Encounter with World Religions Joost Pikkert Terry Muck, Frances S. Adeney Christianity Encountering World Religions Baker 2009
  Hopfe & Woodward Religions of the World Pierson/ Prentice Hall After 2006
               
               
               

Taylor Seminary invites you to come and learn with us! Through online courses, distance learning and modular (weekend or week-long) courses, Taylor is expanding to our regular semester formats to make theological education more accessible. Browse this list of upcoming courses, and contact our Admissions team to see how you can get started!

Taylor Seminary Syllabi for

Fall 2012 and Winter 2013

Note: Not all syllabi will be posted here; if no link is provided, contact the professor or Enrolment Services for more information. Clicking the link will open the syllabus in a new window as a PDF.
 
Click here for the updated TIMETABLE.
 
Code Course Instructor Term Course Type Location Dates
  Fall Term 2012:          
BI 412 Biblical Hermeneutics Dr. Jerry Shepherd 2012 Fall Mod/Hybrid Edmonton Oct. 1-5, 2012
TH 634 Christian Apologetics Dr. Randal Rauser 2012 Fall Semester Edmonton Fall
TH 634 Christian Apologetics (weekend) Dr. Randal Rauser 2012 Fall Weekend Medicine Hat Sept.21-22; Oct. 26-27; and Online
REL 268 Christian Apologetics UNDERGRAD (wknd) Dr. Randal Rauser 2012 Fall Weekend Medicine Hat Sept.21-22; Oct. 26-27; and Online
WR 523 Christian Encounter with World Religions Dr. Joost Pikkert 2012 Fall Mod/Hybrid Edmonton Oct. 1-5, 2012
CH 420 Church History to 1500 Dr. Randal Rauser 2012 Fall Semester Edmonton Fall
PL 633 Essentials of Christian Leadership Dr. Terry Fossen 2012 Fall Online (online) Fall
PC 531 Essentials of Pastoral Care Prof. Len Thompson 2012 Fall Semester Edmonton Fall
MI 545 Evangelism and Church Planting Prof. Darrell Muth 2012 Fall Semester Edmonton Fall
FE 442-532 Field Ed 442, 443, 444, 445, 446, 532
Dr. Willy Muller 2012 Fall Online (online) Fall
  Additional Documents for Field Ed:          
  Field Ed Learning Contract          
  Field Ed Mentor's Exit Evaluation          
  Field Ed Ministry Study Event          
  Field Ed Ministry Study Event Instructions          
  Field Ed Practical Issues          
  Field Ed Student Monthly Feedback Form          
MI 534 Intercultural Communication Dr. Joost Pikkert 2012 Fall Mod/Hybrid Edmonton Nov. 5-9, 2012
PW 431 Introduction to Preaching Dr. Lyle Buyer 2012 Fall Semester Edmonton Fall
MI 547 Language & Culture Learning Dr. Joost Pikkert 2012 Fall Semester Edmonton Fall
MI 651 MA Research Paper Proposal Dr. Joost Pikkert 2012 Fall Online (online) Fall
OT 417 Old Testament Introduction Dr. Jerry Shepherd 2012 Fall Semester Edmonton Fall
IN 531 Orientation to ICS Internship Dr. Joost Pikkert 2012 Fall Online (online) Fall
PC 431 Personal Development and Ministry Dr. Ray Seutter, Prof. Larry Froese, & Dr. Willy Muller
2012 Fall Semester Edmonton Fall
OT 611 Psalms Dr. Jerry Shepherd 2012 Fall Semester Edmonton Fall
PC 636 Spiritual Direction as Pastoral Care Prof. Len Thompson 2012 Fall Mod/Hybrid Edmonton Nov. 5-9, 2012
TH 531 Systematic Theology I Dr. Randal Rauser 2012 Fall Online (online) Fall
  January Intersession 2013:          
TH 534 Christian Worldview Dr. Randal Rauser 2012 Fall Mod/Hybrid Edmonton Jan. 7-11, 2013
CE 532 Educational Task of the Church Prof. Su Jin Chong 2012 Fall Mod/Hybrid Edmonton Jan. 14-18, 2013
  Winter Term 2013:          
PW 631 Christian Worship Dr. Allan Effa 2013 Winter Semester Edmonton Winter
CH 422 Church History Since 1500 Dr. Randal Rauser 2013 Winter Semester Edmonton Winter
NT 616 Ephesians Dr. Syd Page 2013 Winter Semester Edmonton Winter
FE 442-446 Field Ed 442443444445446532 Dr. Willy Muller 2013 Winter Online (online) Winter
  Additional Documents for Field Ed:          
  Field Ed Learning Contract          
  Field Ed Mentor's Exit Evaluation          
  Field Ed Ministry Study Event          
  Field Ed Ministry Study Event Instructions          
  Field Ed Practical Issues          
  Field Ed Student Monthly Feedback Form          
MI 432 Integral Mission Dr. Allan Effa 2013 Winter Semester Edmonton Winter
  Internships TBA 2013 Winter Online (online) Winter
NT 416 Introduction to New Testament Dr. Syd Page 2013 Winter Semester Edmonton Winter
NT 517 The Gospel of Luke - online course Dr. Syd Page 2013 Winter Online (online) Winter
MI 652 MA Research Paper Dr. Joost Pikkert 2013 Winter Online (online) Winter
PC 631 Marriage and Family Care Prof. Elizabeth Thambiraj 2013 Winter Semester Edmonton Winter
OT 417 Old Testament Intro (weekend) Dr. Jerry Shepherd 2013 Winter Weekend Grande Prairie Jan. 18-19; Feb. 15-16; Mar. 15-16
PT 540 Spiritual Formation Dr. Allan Effa 2013 Winter Weekend Edmonton Jan. 25-26; Feb. 22-23; Mar. 22-23
TH 532 Systematic Theology II Dr. Randal Rauser 2013 Winter Online (online) Winter
OT 614 The Wisdom Literature Dr. Jerry Shepherd 2013 Winter Semester Edmonton Winter
  Spring Session 2013:          
TSL 411 Applied Linguistics I Prof. Jordan McEwan 2013 Spring Mod/Hybrid Vanguard April 29 - May 3, 2013
TSL 413 Applied Linguistics II Prof. Eileen McWilliams 2013 Spring Mod/Hybrid Vanguard May 6 - 10, 2013
PW 538 The Art and Craft of Biblical Preaching Dr. Lyle Buyer 2013 Spring Mod/Hybrid Edmonton May 6-10, 2013
BI 514 Greek and Hebrew Tools Dr. Jerry Shepherd 2013 Spring Mod/Hybrid Edmonton April 29 - May 10, 2013
TSL 414 Methods and Materials in TESOL Prof. Paul Chugg 2013 Spring Mod/Hybrid Vanguard May 21-25, 2013
TSL 412 Second Language Acquisition Prof. Sara Gnida 2013 Spring Mod/Hybrid Vanguard May 13-18, 2013
FE 442-446 Field Education 442, 443, 444, 445, 446 Dr. Willy Muller 2013 Spring Online (online) Spring 2013
FE 532 Pastoral Internship - SPRING Dr. Willy Muller 2013 Spring Online (online) Spring 2013
TSL 415  TESOL Practicum I Prof. Paul Chugg  2013 Spring  Mod/Hybrid  Edmonton  Spring 2013 
TSL 416 TESOL Practicum II Prof. Paul Chugg  2013 Spring  Mod/Hybrid  Edmonton  Spring 2013 
             

 

Additional Documents for Vanguard Taylor Language Institute (VTLI) Courses:

VTLI 2013 Schedule and Instructors
VTLI 2013 Textbook List

 

Additional Documents for Field Ed:

Field Ed Learning Contract
Field Ed Mentor's Exit Evaluation
Field Ed Ministry Study Event
Field Ed Ministry Study Event Instructions
Field Ed Practical Issues
Field Ed Student Monthly Monthly Feedback Form

 

Taylor SeminaryThank you so much for your feedback on your recent course experience at Taylor Seminary. We appreciate hearing from you where we did well and where we need to improve -- because continuous improvement is essential as we seek to be more effective in serving the needs of students.

If you have specific feedback to offer -- whether an unresolved concern or a compliment for a deserving faculty or staff member -- feel free to contact one of the following:

Dr. David Williams, President
david.williams@taylor-edu.ca

Su Jin Chong, Registrar
schong@taylor-edu.ca

Dr. Joost Pikkert, Academic Dean
joost.pikkert@taylor-edu.ca

 

If you are interested in other courses offered at Taylor, we would love to hear from you. Admissions counsellor Rick Heavenor is the best person to speak with, and he would welcome an email or a phone call.

780-432-5215  |  800-567-4988, ext. 215
Rick@TaylorSeminary.ca

 

Let's stay in touch -- and thanks for being part of the Taylor community this semester!

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