Ways to encourage students to explore missional service
Expose students to missional spirituality, theology, and practice
At every level – dual enrollment, associate, bachelor, and master’s – Missional University courses & programs expose students to how to join the mission of God
Engage students with a globally diverse faculty of academic practitioners
Missional University equips students by exposing them to an international faculty of culturally-diverse, missional leaders from every continent on the globe
Expand your course offerings thru partnership with Missional University
Missional University offers dual enrollment courses, undergraduate and graduate certificate programs, and custom cohort capabilities.
What Missional University Can Do For Your Students
Dual Enrollment courses, undergraduate certificate and graduate certificate programs enhance your own course offerings.
Observerships, field instruction, practicum, internship, and mentorship courses expose students to best practices in missional practice.
A partnership with Missional University enhances your recruitment own efforts by extending your curriculum offerings.
Advisement & Refinement
Missional partnerships include ongoing input from your organization to foster alignment of MU courses and programs with your own needs.
What Missional University Can Do With Your Students
Expose them to Global Mission and Ministry Organizations thru Case Story Videos
Missional partnerships enable students to be exposed to mission and ministry organizations who have contributed video clips featuring their personnel and ministry in our online courses.
Provide Student Interaction with a Global Faculty
Missional partnerships provide online interaction of students with our diverse, international faculty of academic practitioners.
Students may do Research or Conduct Projects for Mission and Ministry Organizations
Missional partnerships encourage students to complete research assignments and projects for mission and ministry organizations as part of their courses, practicums, internship, capstone and project/thesis requirements.