Some students in this Master’s Degree program are getting ready for cross-cultural ministry; some are furthering their education while on leave from their current placements; and others are in ministry in a multi-cultural North America. All of them are interested in breaking down the “us and them” paradigm by learning about the economic, cultural and ethnic boundaries that divide people. As the Western church becomes a minority in secular cultures, a powerful identity can be found as part of a global community that transcends those divisions.
There are no additional entrance requirements beyond the admission requirements. See Academic Calendar for details.
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Graduates build careers in global missions, pastoral ministry, senior administration, TESOL placements and cross-cultural ministry settings. Others pursue doctoral studies.