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Minor in Intercultural Studies

The minor in Intercultural Studies is a program of study designed to provide the student with the underlying philosophy of biblical missions, an in-depth study of a missionary’s life and work, and some initial training in cross-cultural transitions.  Coursework for the minor can be used to fulfill elective requirements in a major area of study.

 

PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Mr. Joel Hernandez

 

 

Program Outcomes

The student will:

  1. develop an understanding of basic elements of culture.
  2. develop an awareness of his or her responsibility as a Christian in a multi-cultural world.
  3. understand the adjustments inherent in cross-cultural ministries.
  4. understand the historical development of missions and the specific role played by Assembly missions.

Intercultural Studies Minor Requirements

  • Acts/Paul (BT 334)
  • History of Missions (ICS 106)
  • Missionary Life and Work (ICS 212)
  • Missions and Evangelism 2 (ICS 214)
  • Comparative Religions (REL 308)
  • Cultural Anthropology (SOC 314)
  • Choose one of the following courses:
    • Church Planting and Growth (ICS 310)
    • Cross-Cultural Communication (ICS 330)
    • Context Studies Elective (ICS 341-347)

21 credit hours