The Christian Ministries major is designed to develop and equip its graduates for entry-level professional ministries in church and parachurch agencies and to provide foundation for seminary or other graduate education.
By the completion of the Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministries, students will:
- demonstrate an understanding of biblical and theological principles derived from personal Bible study that will impact their life development and personal spiritual formation;
- develop knowledge, values and skills that serve as a basis for balanced adult life and professional ministry service;
- apply principles, concepts and methods that facilitate organizational leadership of disciple-making ministries in a variety of interpersonal settings;
- formulate a rationale for ministry based on theological, historical, philosophical and social science perspectives that inform programmatic ministry development;
- achieve a working knowledge of teaching-learning process and make appropriate application in a variety of interpersonal settings with sensitivity to individual needs and developmental understandings.