Missions Minor


Students taking this minor will be equipped to reflect on the historical, theological, cultural, and strategic realities that impact effective cross-cultural witness and service. As agents to effect the completion of the Great Commission these students will be prepared to exegete text (the Word of God), and context (culture), avoiding the mistakes of the past (history) while using the most effective means possible to advance the gospel (strategy).

Curriculum Requirements

A Missions minor is offered with the completion of 18 credits, 12 of which must be upper-division.

Program Courses
ANTH 200Cultural Anthropology3
BBST 458Theology of Mission3
or INCS 450 Theology of Mission
INCS 233Introduction to World Missions3
INCS 371Profiles in Missionary Lives3
Choose one of the following:3
World Christianity
History of the Expansion of Christianity
Choose one of the following:3
Understanding Islam and Islamic Theology
Short-Term Mission Leadership
The Local Church and World Missions
Evangelism & Discipleship (only available to non-INCS Majors)
Total Credits18