Intercultural Missions, B.A.

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A Bachelor of Arts in Intercultural Missions is available at the following campuses:

About this Program

With a degree in intercultural studies, students expand their abilities for leading and engaging with local and global missions. The intercultural missions program is designed to help future missional leaders develop strong biblical, theological and historical foundations steeped in spiritual formation. Teaching focuses on practical application of intercultural studies within local and global contexts through cross-cultural experiences.

Within the intercultural studies program, students experience a combination of classroom work and practical applications as they develop an understanding of serving in missional areas.

This degree requires 39 hours of major study. Students take classes like Contemporary Christian Missions, Christian Leadership, History of Christian Missions, and Cross-Cultural Missions. Students must also participate in at least one cross-cultural mission immersion trip through the Wayland Mission Center.

Requirements

A Bachelor of Arts in Intercultural Missions requires 124 course hours. A total of 42 hours must be from upper-level courses.

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Faculty

The School of Religion and Philosophy has a highly qualified and experienced faculty.

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Careers

  • Public relations position
  • Social worker
  • Disaster relief ministries
  • Church planter
  • Intercultural children's ministry
  • Missionary outreach

School of Religion and Philosophy Events

August 22, 2018

Classes Begin on Plainview...

Classes Begin on Plainview Campus
All Day Plainview Campus

April 26, 2019

Honors Luncheon

Honors LuncheonUniversity Center, Room 211 (UC211)
12pm - 1:30pm, University Center, Room 211

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