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Christian Ministries - Missions

Jesus Christ gave us as Christians the Great Commission--to take the Gospel to all the nations. The Missions Track provides an initial equipping for students who sense a calling for cross-cultural missions.  The courses have a balanced mix of Biblical Studies, cross-cultural investigation and required experiences in a cross-cultural setting.

Overview of Program Requirements
39 hours in the major, not counting 9 hours of Bible required in the Core (BIB 112, 113 and 300)

3 hours in Bible interpretation:
     BIB 200 "How to Read the Bible" (3 hours)

9 hours in Bible content courses, including at least three hours in Old Testament and three hours in New Testament:
     BIB 301 "Old Testament Prophecy" (3)
     BIB 302 "Wisdom Literature" (3)
     BIB 303 "Old Testament Studies" (3)
     BIB 310 "New Testament Epistles" (3)
     BIB 312 "Gospel Studies" (3)
     BIB 314 "New Testament Studies" (3)

3 hours in Philosophy selected from: 
     PHI 310 "Christian Understanding of Life" (3)
     PHI 318 "Philosophies of World Religions" (3)

3 hours in Evangelism:
     MIN 210 "Evangelism" (3)

9 hours in Missions selected from:
     LIN 219 "General Linguistics" (3)
     LIN 220 "Applied Linguistics" (3)
     ANT 201 "Introduction to Anthropology" (3)
     ANT 215 "Personality in Society and Culture" (3)
     ANT 219 "World Christian Movement" (3)

3 hours in Theology selected from:
     BIB 320 "Special Topics in Theology" (3)
     BIB 322 "Calvin's Institutes" (3)
     BIB 325 "Biblical Theology" (3)

3 hours in Church History
     BIB 350 "History of Christian Church" (3)

6 hours in Practicum involving guided experiences in cross-cultural outreach:
     MIN 492 "Christian Ministries Practicum" (3)


 

Point of Excellence

Graduates of the Masters in Education in Reading have a 100% pass rate on the Reading Specialist Praxis Exam.

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Upcoming Events
SERVICE
Service opportunities in Beaver Falls
Students can work with Tiger Pause and the Dare2XL programs.
CURRENT STUDENTS
Branches on campus
The Christian indie/folk band is kicking off the Three Past Three program on October 23.
COMMUNITY
Living in Color: Steppin’ Up—Moving from Theory to Action
The conference, which focuses on getting involved in multicultural issues, will be held Nov. 7-8.
GRADUATE PROGRAMS
MBA program to host Open House
An information session that includes a complementary dinner will be held at the Cranberry Regional Learning Alliance on Tue., Oct. 28.
VISIT EVENTS
Business Day is November 8
Activities for those interested in business majors include simulations and networking with current students, faculty and local business leaders.