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BACHELOR OF ARTS IN MISSIOLOGY​

Bachelor of Arts in Missiology (120 credits) with minor in Pastoral Leadership 30 (optional)

The Bachelor of Arts in Missiology prepares students to serve on the mission field and work in a variety of cross-cultural ministries. Students will discover the biblical foundation of missions, the history and expressions of the faith around the world, cross-cultural ministry and exposure to the major religions around the world.

The purpose bachelor of Missiology Program is to provide the candidate with and advanced competencies and methodology insights through the preparation and case studies for those actively involved in professional and vocational of Intercultural Studies and Christian Assistance and Development. Cornerstone focuses on the practical knowledge and understanding rather the actual degree itself. For this purpose, CCU’s requirements and standards are higher than most peer schools without any additional work or cost the student.

In addition to Cornerstone Christian University’s general education and prerequisite course requirements, Missiology majors are required to take twelve hours of foundational course choices in philosophy, spiritual formation, Christian history and theology. The Missiology major also includes 24 hours of concentrated coursework with a practicum course or internship, six hours of departmental electives, and a three-hour seminar.

How does the program work?

  • Equip you with Intercultural Studies resources in a practical dimension
  • Provide you with the ability to convey the message of truth in missiology
  • Enable you to teach and train missionaries and plant churches
  • Train you for leadership in Christian compassion ministry agencies
  • Prepare you to work with projects around the world
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Course #
Course Title
Credits
BIB103
Introduction to the Bible
3
BIB113
The Birth of Christianity
3
MIS123
Introduction to The Sociology of Missions
3
ANT133
The Anthropology of Christianity
3
HST143
Principles of Prayer
3
ANT153
Histology : an anthropological perspective
3
MIS163
Missions in the nineteenth and twentieth Century
3
ANT173
The Slain God: Anthropologists and the Christian Faith
3
MIS183
Expository preaching and teaching
3
MIS193
Pastoral Theology
3
BIL203
Reading the Sacred Text: An Introduction to Biblical Studies
3
MIS213
New Vision for Mission
3
BIB223
Biblical natural law
3
LSD223
Global Leadership
3
CGL233
Church Growth and Leadership
3
REL243
Understanding World Religions
3
WOR53
Christian Worship
2
THE563
Christology
3
THE273
Ecclesiology
3
PSL283
Pastoral Leadership
3
BIL293
Bibliogy
3
BIS303
Pastoral Epistles
3
CLI313
Culture and Identity
3
MIS323
Understanding Christian Mission
3
CLD333
Church Leadership
3
ADM333
Church Administration
3
MIS343
Transforming Mission
3
BIS353
The Epistles to the Colossians, to Philemon, and to the Ephesians
3
MIS363
A Biblical Theology of Missions
3
COM373
Intercultural Communication
3
HST383
Life and Ministry of Jesus
3
THE393
Eschatology
3
CHU403
Leading the Local Church
3
BIS413
Biblical Discipleship
3
EVL423
Evangelism I
3
EVL433
Evangelism II
3
MIN443
Practicum
3
RES453
Research Method
3
MIS500
Missionary Research Project
3
Total credits 150 credits combined with the optional minor
TH301
Systematic Theology I
3
TH302
Systematic Theology II
3
TH303
Hermeneutics
3
TH304
Expository preaching and teaching
3
TH305
OT/NT Introduction
3
TH306
Bible Language I
3
TH307
Bible language II
3
TH308
Life and Ministry of Jesus
3
TH309
Understanding of Holy Spirit
3
TH310
Eschatology
3
TH311
Pastoral Theology
3
TH312
Reform Theology
3
TH313
Acts of Apostles
3