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  • Ancient Languages Minor

    Learn Greek, classical Greek, Hebrew, Latin, and/or other ancient languages and enhance your study of the Bible and biblical cultures.

  • Biblical Studies Major

    Biblical Studies students receive a solid foundation in philosophy, Christian theology and ministry, and the Bible.

    This program offers the following areas of study: Biblical Archaeology and Biblical Hermeneutics.

  • Biblical Studies Minor

    Gain a solid foundation in Bible knowledge, and customize the minor to your particular areas of interest—Old Testament, New Testament, the Greek and Hebrew languages, biblical cultures, and more.

  • Certificate of Distinction in Biblical Studies

    You can earn a Certificate of Distinction in Biblical Studies by maintaining a GPA of at least 3.5 in your major and completing 24-25 units of upper-division work in biblical studies and biblical languages.

  • Certificate of Distinction in Philosophy

    The Certificate of Distinction in Philosophy recognizes that you have achieved a superior mastery of courses that provide a strong basis for graduate study in philosophy and of courses that demonstrate your ability to think critically within a specialized area of philosophy.

  • Certificate of Distinction in Theology

    Earn a Certificate of Distinction in Theology by maintaining a GPA of 3.5 or better in 24 units of upper-division work in systematic theology, Church history, and the history of philosophy.

  • 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.

  • Philosophical Apologetics Minor

    Learn to understand and communicate the rich intellectual foundations of the Judeo-Christian worldview as part of becoming a difference maker who reasons virtuously about the big questions of human existence, such as origins, ways of knowing, and religion.

  • Philosophy Major

    Philosophy students gain historical perspectives on philosophical concepts, principles for careful thought, and study of specific topics.

  • Philosophy Minor

    Gain the skills to be an intellectual Christ-centered leader in important debates about compelling philosophical issues that shape contemporary culture.

  • Practical and Professional Ethics Minor

    Gain understanding of traditional moral theories (Christian and secular) and learn to use these theoretical resources to engage some of the most salient moral problems facing contemporary societies.

  • Religious Studies Minor

    Study global religions from a dialogical perspective that invites conversation between Christians and people from non-Christian religious traditions, giving you a greater ability to engage the world from a place of sincere Christian faith and awareness.

  • Theology Major

    Theology majors will be equipped for further theological studies, service in the Church, and participation in the concrete work of justice in today’s world by thoughtful devotion to the God of the Gospel. Students may also choose from two optional concentrations.

    This program offers the following areas of study: Church History and Systematic Theology.

  • Theology Minor

    Gain a solid academic and intellectual foundation in Christian theology as you explore biblical studies, theology, and philosophy.

  • 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. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.

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