The Christian Community Development (CCD) minor will instruct students in the theory and practice of Christian community development. Students will engage the historical and biblical foundations of the reign of God and the church as inspirations and incubators of Christian community development and transformation. Students will examine concepts and principles of Christian community development and concepts and principles of justice. Students will receive an introduction to cultural anthropology and research methods that serve non-profits, development agencies, and churches seeking to serve and grow their communities and congregations.
Christian Community Development Courses
18 Credit Hours
Required School of Ministry Course – 3 Credit Hours
Required Christian Community Development Courses – 12 Credit Hours
- CCD 2013 – Christian Community Development Theory and Practice
- ICS 3053 – Intercultural Hermeneutics
- ICS 3153 – Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
- ICS 4023 – Urban Justice Issues
Elective Christian Community Development Course – 3 Credit Hours
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