The Missional College provides training for those who desire to learn how to serve among the diverse ethnic, immigrant and international groups in their communities in culturally-appropriate ways. The Missional College offers cutting-edge training that is biblically-based, interculturally-focused, and missionally-driven in the evangelical Christian tradition. We provide training in a wide breadth of disciplines from diaspora studies to intercultural research to communication studies to the study of global religion.
The Missional College has programs that lead to an Undergraduate Certificate in Intercultural Studies, an Associate of Intercultural Studies degree, a Bachelor of Intercultural Studies (completion) degree, and a Master of Intercultural Studies. The intercultural studies at Missional University grow out of missiology, the study of the mission of God (missio dei) and the involvement of the people of God. We desire to see every graduate become equipped to join God’s mission by crossing cultural and religious barriers to share the gospel of Jesus Christ. God desires every believer to be a missionary in the community -- and The Missional College will equip you to do just that.
Dr. DAVID CASHIN serves as Lead Professor of the Institute for the Study of Religion. The Institute features programs in world religions and new religious movements. The Institute offers undergraduate certificate, Associate, Bachelor completion, and Master's programs in areas such as Buddhism, Hinduism and Judaic Studies; Islamic Studies, n New Religious Movements, Folk Studies, and World Religion.
Dr. CELUCIEN JOSEPH is Professor of African & African Diaspora Studies and Race and Religion Specialist. With a foundational course in a theology of race and ethnicity, Dr. Joseph leads a group of faculty who are pioneering Bachelor and Master's degree programs in Reconciliation Studies. His academic study of race and reconciliation, black internationalism, comparative literature and culture of the black diaspora, and African-American literature and intellectual history provides a solid foundation for addressing Africana Studies and race and religion.
Admission into the Master of Intercultural Studies program requires prior graduation with a Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution. Below is a list of majors in the Master of Intercultural Studies:
Admission into the Master of Religion requires prior graduation with a Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution. Below is a list of majors in the Master of Religion:
The Bachelor of Intercultural Studies is a degree completion program. A minimum of 42 transfer credit hours and fulfillment of general education requirements are necessary to be admitted. Below is a list of major areas:
The Bachelor of Religion is a degree completion program. A minimum of 42 transfer credit hours and fulfillment of general education requirements are necessary to be admitted. Below is a list of major areas: