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Number of Departments:  5
Number of Dual Enrollment Programs:  1
Number of Undergraduate Certificates Programs:  6
Number of Associate Programs:  1
Number of Bachelor Programs:  17
Number of Master's Programs:  16
Number of Faculty:  6
Percent with Doctorates:  83%
Percent with International Experience:  100%

About the School of Justice Mission

The School of Justice Mission provides training in missional service for men and women who desire to learn how to serve among the diverse ethnic, immigrant and international groups in their communities and across the globe in culturally-appropriate ways. The School of Justice Mission offers cutting-edge training that is biblically-based, interculturally-focused, and missionally-driven.  We provide training in a wide breadth of disciplines from diaspora studies to immigration services to anthropology to missional geography & the study of world religions -- all based on solid missiological principles.

The School of Justice Mission has programs that lead to a Certificate in Intercultural Studies, an Associate of Intercultural Studies degree, a Bachelor of Intercultural Studies (completion) degree, and a Masters in Intercultural Studies. Intercultural Studies is the study of the mission of God (missio dei) and the involvement of the people of God in cross-cultural settings.  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 missional in the community -- and The School of Justice Mission will equip you to do just that.