Bachelor of Arts in Intercultural Studies

The Bachelor of Arts in Intercultural Studies degree program is for those who want to deepen their understanding of the Bible, theological issues, and cross-cultural perspectives; and develop an analytical approach to historical and contemporary issues in mission and ministry skills. The program integrates evangelism, community development, church planting, peacemaking, contextual theology, and the urban mission.

Program Objectives

The objectives of the Bachelor of Arts in Intercultural Studies program are to help students to:

  1. understand the Bible and its historical, geographical, and cultural background;
  2. understand the various concepts of mission, including evangelism, social mission, urban mission, and Missio Dei;
  3. comprehend the different characteristics of urban and global mission issues in terms of theology, anthropology, and sociology
  4. demonstrate an increased understanding of different cultures, their social customs, and their peoples.

Program Requirements

University Core Courses 3 Credits
General Education Courses 30 Credits
General Departmental Elective Courses 27 Credits
Major Core Courses 45 Credits
Major Elective Courses 15 Credits
Total 120 Credits


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