School of Religion

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Global Studies (B.S.)


Residential Program

Students majoring in Global Studies will be well-equipped for international engagement.  They will learn the skills necessary to thrive, build relationships, and establish healthy careers in other cultures while developing an understanding of the particular dynamics that are associated with living and working abroad. To help accomplish this goal, the B.S. in Global Studies program requires students to either double-major or minor in another area.


Academic Information

Courses

Sampling of program courses:

  • Theology Survey I: THEO 201
  • Inductive Bible Study: BIBL 350
  • Hermeneutics: BIBL 480
  • Living Abroad: GLST 387
  • Ethnographic Research: GLST 388
  • Trends and Issues in Global Studies: GLST 490
  • Global Studies: GLST 499

Program of Study

Degree Completion Plans (DCP)


Career Opportunities

  • Long-Term or Short-Term overseas service
  • Global Service Agency Personnel
  • Global Service Mobilizer
  • Global Outreach Pastor/Director
  • Short Term Overseas Trip Coordinator
  • Post-Graduate Studies in Global Service or related field
  • Refugee resettlement, Immigrant or International Student Program positions