Tyler Journeaux is a graduate student who obtained a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Theological Studies and Philosophy at Concordia University. He wrote an undergraduate thesis, under the direction of Dr. Paul Allen, on God’s Relationship to Time: From the Perspective of Analytic Theology. He was accepted for Fall, 2015 at the University of Oxford for a Master’s degree in Philosophical Theology. He is continuing to work on the theme of God and time and he maintains a broad interest in Theology, Philosophy and interrelationships among these disciplines. Tyler blogs at www.tylerjourneauxgraham.wordpress.com where a variety of topics are discussed.
After your degree
What students do after they complete their studies with us
Our graduates have gone on to have successful careers in such areas as:
Provincial or federal government: Ethicists providing consulting services on various ethical issues (e.g. assisted dying, bioethics, etc)
Health care: manager of multi-million-dollar grant helping families with loved ones with mental illness to navigate the healthcare system; hospital chaplains; Spiritual animators in nursing care facilities
Education: teachers of Ethics and Religious Culture courses at all levels of pre-university education; CEGEP/College teachers of Humanities
Non-profit sector: employees with a charitable organization offering social services
Various opportunities also open up for graduate students who have completed in Theological Studies. For exmaple, Robin Stanford, a recent MA Graduate student, was hired to work at McGill University's School of Continuing Education as Administrative Coordinator (effective March 2019).
Featured alumni: Tyler Journeaux
Journeaux, and Dr. Paul Allen