Our program will prepare you to make a global impact as you pursue your vocational calling. Interactive and practical training will equip you with the intercultural skills necessary to succeed in ministry or the marketplace.
Study the nuances of working and communicating cross-culturally, as well as foreign languages and best practices in modern missions. Our flexible program also allows you to choose from among a variety of elective courses.
Refine your Christian worldview as you discover a path that integrates service and ministry.
Majors: Pursue a career in international missions or in the marketplace with an emphasis on global interaction.
Minors: Gain a foundational understanding of the importance of cross-cultural relationships and connections.
Concentrations: Enhance your vocational calling by acquiring valuable intercultural relations skills.
Fine Arts Scholarship
Fine Arts Scholarship opportunities are available for those interested in pursuing this program. Click here for eligibility and requirement details!
Career OpportunitiesOur academic programs are designed specifically to prepare you for a career in the real world. But it's more than just job preparation; it's preparing you to make a full impact in your profession through the unique combination of faith and learning. Here are some of the professions this degree would prepare you for:
- Intercultural ministry or missions work focusing primarily in creative-access countries
- Traditional missions: church planting, preaching, evangelism
- Not-for-profit agencies/NGOs
- U.S. churches
- Missions mobilization
- Teaching/Teaching English as a Second Language
Brandon Schmidly, Ph.D.
Chair and Professor of Philosophy
Full Time Faculty
Missionary in Residence
Meghan Musy, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Director of Competency-Based Theological Education
Assistant Professor of Intercultural Studies and Director of Global Connections
Robert A. Berg, Ph.D.
Professor of New Testament
Gary Martindale, Ph.D.
Professor of Biblical Studies
Vince Medina, Ph.D.
Professor of Old Testament
William Griffin, Ph.D.
Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew
Martin Mittelstadt, Ph.D.
Professor of New Testament
Mark Jenkins, Ph.D.
Professor of Old Testament, Biblical Hebrew, and Archaeology
Michael Jaffe, D.Min.
Professor of Preaching and Church Leadership
Steve Smallwood, D.Min.
Associate Professor for Church Ministries, Program Coordinator for Church Ministries (online)
Mark Fabian, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies Executive Director of Strategic Partnerships and Digital Learning
Chris McGough, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Youth Ministries
Dr. Lattis Campbell
MIR - Global Connections
Jim Bradford, Ph.D.
Richard Hammer, LL.M
David Lindell, Th.M.
Yisrael Vincent, M.Div.
Wave Nunnally, Ph.D.
Professor of Early Judaism and Christian Origins
Calvin Pincombe, D.Min.
Professor of Philosophy and Apologetics
Saehee Duran, M.A.
David Hillis, D.Min.