Until 2012, the Master of Divinity and Master of Theological Studies curriculum required students to undertake a Research Project in the final year of their program. The following is a list of completed projects
Toward an Old Testament apology Wesleyan hermeneutics: implications of a Hebraic ontology for the doctrine of Christian perfection
Bogda, Carl L.
Spiritual warfare: a Lutheran perspective
Fundamentalism as critqued by Luther's theology of the cross
Heselton, Gordon A. G.
Christian financial planning: a model for teaching stewardship
Keller, Kenneth L.
Lay ministers: an alternative for staffing small congregations
Kim, Kwang Soo
A Biblical model of ethnic mission for today: Korean Christianity in Canada
Lewis, R. Allen
Pastoral care and the rightful celebrant
Siegle, Darren J.
Worship's relation to evangelism
Berg, Charles Maxwell
Jewish evangelism and church relations: Christianity is Jewish
Damkar, Eleanor Ione
Training leadership for small groups
Dressler, David D.
The spiritual growth of children: the role of parents and the church
Dudiak, Alexander E.
Effective harvesters in the Edmonton Area: a study on church growth
Rosnau, Bryan L.
Dreams and interpretation
Biblical images of the female: a study of Deborah in Judges 4-5
Haberstock, Keith T.
Confirmation instruction: part of lifelong Christian education
Kihn, David A.
The rock of Deuteronomy 32: base element or divine symbol
Kruesel, Thomas R.
Pastoral counselling: a Lutheran critique of Jay E. Adams
Mohns, Robert E.
New Testament perspectives for welfare ministry: a selective exegetical and historical review
The role of Shechem in early Israelite history
Tietjen, John H.
Memoirs in exile: confessional hope and institutional conflict
Wangerin, Timothy P.
Confessing the Holy Spirit in the Church
Kahle, Andreas E.
Limitations of confidentiality in pastoral ministry
Koenig, Jefery W.
Simul iustus et peccator: a paradigm for understanding sanctification
Complacency in Lutheran Church-Canada
Reisdorf, Keith H.
How can Concordia College maximize its recruitment potential of full-time church work professionals in light of its historical development
Ruf, Mark D.
Function of petition in the Lutheran tradition of prayer
Syens, Ronald W.
Role of individual spontaneous prayer in the corporate prayers of public worship
Tufts, Craig J.
Divine mutability and human impenitence in I Samuel 15
Albert, Fred R.
Ministry to the terminally ill: a Lutheran approach
Lutheran mission approaches to native American people
Kubke, Ronald F.
Revelation 20:3-6 and the millennial debate
Neimenen, John R. K.
Atonement limited or universal
Stewart, Ward C.
The poor Matthew: spiritual or more
Wood, Barry D.
The origin and function of the sin offering
Krebs, Marvin D.
Toward a Biblical view of anthropology: "spirit" and "soul" nature or function
Solie, Daryl M.
The homogeneous unit principle and the unity of the church