Intercultural Studies & Missions Minor

Global Service

God’s people are working in countries all over the world, seeking to spread the Gospel by meeting people’s physical and spiritual needs. Learn about the history and present state of global Christian missions with an Intercultural Studies & Missions minor.

Students with this minor study world mission strategy, cultural anthropology, history of church missions, and Eastern and Western religions. The Intercultural Studies & Missions minor requires students to complete cross-cultural experiences on J-Term trips, spring break missions, or other service-focused trips.

Intercultural Studies & Missions will encourage you to broaden your perspective on where and how you serve, and the program pairs well with International Studies, Public Relations, or Christian Ministries majors.

Intercultural Studies & Missions Curriculum & Degree Options

Students interested in course descriptions and academic policies can check out our Undergraduate Catalog here.

Contact the Intercultural Studies & Missions Program

Jenny Collins, Associate Professor of Missions & Biblical Studies

Dr. Greg MaGee, Department Chair of Biblical Studies, Christian Ministries & Philosophy

Joy Brainer, Biblical Studies, Christian Ministries & Philosophy Program Assistant