A University of the Anglican Communion.
Thorneloe University was founded by the Synod of the Anglican Diocese of Algoma, to be a church-related university in the Laurentian University Federation based in Sudbury, and serving Northern Ontario. It received its university charter from the government of Ontario in 1961, began teaching in the Laurentian Federation in 1962, and finished its inaugural building on the Laurentian University campus in 1963. Since the end of the Laurentian Federation in May 2021, Thorneloe has been an independent university.
Thorneloe is a university of the Anglican Communion, and a member of the world-wide body of Colleges and Universities of the Anglican Communion (CUAC).
Overview of the Programmes
Thorneloe provides studies in theology.
Thorneloe University offers three programmes in Theology.
The Certificate in Anglican Lay Leadership of Thorneloe University is intended for those who would seek to deepen their faith and develop skills for lay ministry.
The Diploma in Theology of Thorneloe University is designed for lay persons who are interested in increasing their knowledge and appreciation of Christian belief and practice.
The Bachelor of Theology (B.Th.) is an undergraduate programme intended primarily for mature students who are pursuing training in theology or formation for ministry.
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