The Korean Department offers full degree programs in Korean to educate pastors, missionaries, counsellors, musicians, coaches, and Christian leaders in various areas of society.
Working alongside a well-balanced curriculum, students will receive a quality education in preparation for their career and the opportunity to truly immerse in the North American academic life at its highest level while embracing what Canada uniquely offers – its world-class nature and multiculturalism.
The faculty members are dedicated scholars, holding doctoral degrees in their respective fields of study. They are proficient bilingual Korean-Canadians; some are native Canadians. Each year, a few influential leaders from various denominations, prominent experts from special fields of study, and eminent scholars also join the faculty as visiting professors.
Thanks to their high quality of teaching and research, students can study the North American theology from a reformed, practical, and evangelical tradition with a long, rich history, while maintaining their conservative faith of the Korean tradition; consequently, they can grow into capable spiritual leaders with an international outlook.
The academic calendar of Korean Track complies with CCC’s general academic calendar. Degree dissertations must fulfill Canada’s official language requirement; English or French. Master’s dissertations can be translated into English while doctoral dissertations should be written in English under the supervision of a professor in the English Department.
Message from THE DEAN
“In the context of ministry, the study of theology is the pinnacle of all academic disciplines. Each syllabus in the Korean Department is created to empower students with the knowledge of the Word of God so they ‘needeth not be ashamed, rightly dividing the Word of Truth’ (2 Tim. 2:15)” The CCC-KD program ranked fifth in Canada in the Korea National Research Foundation Statistics in 2020. CCC-Korean Department’s our higher-level all doctoral students’ dissertation can be registered to the National Research Foundation, Korea based on our academic advanced requirements.