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World Missions and Christian Studies

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The program has as its base Biblical and theological foundations for Christian Ministry. Without a strong Biblical and theological background, students would have little to no foundation from which to build a solid educational ministry in Christ. What students will find in the Christian Studies Department, as well as the rest of Truett-McConnell College, are caring faculty who will challenge the students to develop the whole person-spirit, mind, and body-in the classrooms, in the chapels, and in the social life of the college and to grow in their knowledge of solid biblical theology and educational practice.

Christian Studies Degrees

Bachelor of Arts in Christian Studies

Biblical and Theological Studies

The Bachelor of Arts in Christian Studies is designed for students who wish to prepare themselves for full-time or part-time Christian ministry in any form—i.e., to be pastors, ministers of education, ministers of youth, Christian counselors, missionaries and others. The degree program emphasizes a broad general education foundation followed by classes in biblical studies, biblical languages, theology and practical ministry. Students should expect a rigorous academic environment in which they can mature in their discipleship and scholarship and be prepared to continue their education in seminary or graduate school.

The Concentration in Biblical and Theological Studies prepares students for the pastorate or for further education at a seminary or other graduate-level program. The curriculum focuses on the biblical text, theological studies, language skills, and practical ministry.

For degree requirements, see degree requirements checklist

For information, contact Dr. Jason Graffagnino, Chair, Missions/Christian Studies Division at 706-865-2134 Ext. 157, or by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Missions

The Bachelor of Arts in Christian Studies is designed for students who wish to prepare themselves for full-time or part-time Christian ministry in any form—i.e., to be pastors, ministers of education, ministers of youth, Christian counselors, missionaries and others. The degree program emphasizes a broad general education foundation followed by classes in biblical studies, biblical languages, theology and practical ministry. Students should expect a rigorous academic environment in which they can mature in their discipleship and scholarship and be prepared to continue their education in seminary or graduate school.

The Concentration in Missions prepares students for evangelism and ministry in a variety of cultural and religious settings both foreign and domestic. The curriculum focuses on the basic theological disciplines with an additional emphasis in understanding and communicating the gospel cross-culturally.

For degree requirements, see degree requirements checklist.

For information, contact Dr. Jason Graffagnino, Chair, Missions/Christian Studies Division at 706-865-2134 Ext. 157, or by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Student Ministry

The Bachelor of Arts in Christian Studies is designed for students who wish to prepare themselves for full-time or part-time Christian ministry in any form—i.e., to be pastors, ministers of education, ministers of youth, Christian counselors, missionaries and others. The degree program emphasizes a broad general education foundation followed by classes in biblical studies, biblical languages, theology and practical ministry. Students should expect a rigorous academic environment in which they can mature in their discipleship and scholarship and be prepared to continue their education in seminary or graduate school.

The Concentration in Student Ministry prepares students for ministering to high-school and college-level students. The curriculum focuses on the basic biblical and theological disciplines with an additional emphasis in ministering to students.

For degree requirements, see degree requirements checklist

For information, contact Dr. Jason Graffagnino, Chair, Missions/Christian Studies Division at 706-865-2134 Ext. 157, or by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Bachelor of Arts in World Missions

The Bachelor of Arts in World Missions prepares its graduates to properly engage the world for Christ. It is comprehensive in that it integrates theory and practice by taking the classroom to the mission field. Within this 125-126 hour degree 42 hours of study are in Missions and Evangelism which includes 3 mission trips (1 North American and 2 International). The B.A. in World Missions is a must for those seriously pursuing their call to missions.

For degree requirements, see degree requirements checklist

For information, contact Dr. Jason Graffagnino, Chair, Missions/Christian Studies Division at 706-865-2134 Ext. 157, or by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">e-mail .

Master of Arts in Theology

The Truett-McConnell College Master of Arts in Theology will prepare you for vocational ministry in the local church. This degree provides a foundation of knowledge and skills in the areas of classical theological studies and applied ministry. You receive training in classical theological studies, such as biblical exegesis, systematic theology, Baptist history, and apologetics. You also receive training in applied ministry courses, such as a local church internship, preaching lab, and cross-cultural ministries practicum.

For more information please see

Master of Arts Section

For information, contact Dr. Michael Whitlock at 706-865-2134, ext. 201, or by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


 

 

 

 

 

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