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We offer a number of condensed (or "intensive") courses through the year.These condensed courses typically last only 1–2 weeks and range from 1 to 3 credits.

Our best-known condensed courses are our Summer Programs (40+ courses from May through early August) and our January Intensive (one week of condensed courses immediately before the start of the Winter Term). From time to time we also offer condensed courses during our Fall and Winter reading breaks.

Like our regular courses, condensed courses can be taken for credit towards a graduate degree or simply audited for personal enrichment. Students auditing courses are not required to complete assignments. For more information on the difference between credit and audit, visit our Choosing Courses page.

The length and format of our condensed courses varies. Many take place in a standard classroom setting, typically requiring students to spend 3 or 6 hours in the classroom per day. Others (such as our travel courses) focus on an off-campus immersive experience. Students usually have six weeks to complete the assignments, but this varies from course to course. When taking a condensed course, you should review the syllabus carefully to ensure that you understand the course dates, format, and requirements.

Browse the condensed courses below to find one that's right for you.


Upcoming Condenses Courses

Fall 2020

10 Poetry Classics You Can't Do Without (INDS 598)
Malcom Guite
Oct 13 - Oct 17
1 or 2 credits

This course will introduce ten great poetry classics, spanning over a thousand years, from one of the first Christian poems in English to the last and greatest of Eliot’s Four Quartets. I will help you to understand these poems in the original context in which they were written but more importantly we will explore together what they have come to mean over the centuries and what they can mean for us now. In particular we will look at the ways in which these poems can make available to us new ways of thinking about and imagining the world that may help us navigate the challenging times we live in and engage in fresh ways with the issues of our day, issues of justice and equality, of environmental crisis, and opportunity. The underlying principle of this course is that the poetic imagination is one of the means we have of encountering truth and that truth will set us free. Throughout the course we will be keeping these poems in conversation both with the tenets of our faith and the tenor of our times.

January 2021 Intensive

Revelation (BIBL 579)
Paul Spilsbury
Jan 5–9
1 or 2 credits

Over the centuries since it was written the Book of Revelation has suffered much at the hands of many experts. And yet the work remains an enigma to most modern readers, usually marginalised in our discussion of theology, the Gospel, or of what it means to be a follower of Jesus. This course reclaims the powerful message of the Book of Revelation for today.


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Note: Registration for our January Intensive opens with registration for the preceding Fall Term (typically the first Wednesday in July).

Have questions about registration? Visit our Registration page, or contact the Registration Officer at [email protected] or 604.221.3370.

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