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Practical Theology Covenant
When students declare one of the majors in the Department of Practical Theology, they commit to participate in a community narrative that begins with the signing of a Community Covenant based on the biblical model of faithfulness and mercy. The covenant includes a commitment to integrity, appropriate conduct, local church ministry, academic and university requirements, a submission of references, and participation in required department activities. The covenant must be submitted to the Department of Practical Theology when the major is declared.
Christian Ministries Major
Christian Ministries students are provided with a broad perspective in the field of religion and academic preparation combining theory and professional training.
This program offers the following areas of study: Church and Pastoral Ministries, Intercultural Christian Ministries, Ministry in Urban and Social Service Contexts, Sports Ministry, and Youth Outreach and Discipleship.
Christian Ministries Minor
Cultural Engagement Minor
Sports Ministry Minor
Youth Outreach and Discipleship Minor
Youth and Family Ministries Major
Youth and family ministries students gain tools to develop a ministry of theory and practice to apply in future church leadership roles.
This program offers the following areas of study: Church and Pastoral Ministries Practices, Intercultural Christian Ministries, Ministry in Urban and Social Service Contexts, Sports Ministry, and Youth Outreach and Discipleship.
Youth and Family Ministries Minor
Note: This information is current for the 2018-19 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.