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The purpose of the cross-cultural ministry program is to prepare students to serve the Lord Jesus Christ effectively in cross-cultural settings worldwide. The program is designed to build disciples of Jesus who will participate in God's global mission, whether through full-time Christian ministry or through other vocations. The courses are integrated so that students can develop practical skills of discipleship and leadership in order to both share the gospel and to disciple new leaders in other cultures through effective cross-cultural communication, Christian love, and sensitivity to local customs, combined with careful handling of biblical concepts. 


Bachelor of Arts - Required Courses

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137 Semester Hours
Biblical Exposition Major - 50 Semester Hours
General Studies - 39/40 Semester Hours
Language - 12 Semester Hours
Cross-Cultural Ministry Major - 36 Semester Hours
Course Schedule and Checklist

Bachelor of Science - Required Courses

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130 Semester Hours
Biblical Exposition Major - 50 Semester Hours
General Studies - 39/40 Semester Hours
Cross-Cultural Ministry Major - 36 Semester Hours
Open Electives - 5 Semester Hours
Course Schedule and Checklist

Program Includes:

  • Perspectives on the World Christian Movement
  • Historical Models of Christian Missions
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • World Religions
  • Cross-Cultural Communication
  • Missionary Life and Work
  • Strategies for World Evangelization 
  • Internship