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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 gain a broad perspective in the field of religion, and academic preparation combining theory and professional training.

  • Christian Ministries Minor

    Learn the fundamentals of effective Christian ministry as you gain a broad perspective of the field of religion.

  • Cultural Engagement Minor

    Learn how your commitment to the Christian faith can and should inform your perceptions and practices regarding significant contemporary issues and your professional aspirations.

  • 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.

  • Youth and Family Ministries Minor

    Equip yourself with the tools to effectively reach and minister to adolescents in an increasingly diverse global context.

Note: This information is current for the 2023-24 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.

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