As the graduate-level degree in Intercultural Studies, our program offers a solid framework for future ministry to other cultures whether at home or abroad helping you impact your world.
Requires a Bachelor’s degree plus a minimum 30 credit hours of additional study.
Materials for each course in this program consist of a series of twelve or sixteen audio/video lectures, a textbook, or a workbook. Students are required to listen to the lectures, to read the textbook and to answer the questions prepared for each course. Answer sheets are provided for that purpose. This process may require the student listen/view the lectures or read the textbook several times. Students are then required to prepare an outline of the contents of each audio/video lesson, or each chapter in the textbook.
The student must also read an additional book(s) related to the subject matter being taught or another assigned book for that course and prepare a five (5) page book report (what the book teaches) on each additional book(s).
NOTE: A student cannot begin studies in a new course unless all requirements for the previous course have been completed and submitted.
Special Note: If a student is changing his or her field of study from what it was in the Bachelor’s degree to a different field for the Master’s degree, he or she will have to take additional courses to ensure competency in the new field of study. If the student has not taken SG 0513 The Purpose Driven Life, and/or SG 5163 The Normal Christian Life, SG 5103 Could You Not Tarry One Hour, or SG 5273 The Bait of Satan, these courses must be taken in addition to any other requirements for a degree.
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