This concentration equips students primarily in three areas: (1) understanding and defining Christian Community Development; (2) understanding culture through engagement of Intercultural Studies; and (3) exposure to methods of qualitive research.
Students completing this concentration can utilize this training to serve in community development, international development, community outreach, social ministry, international missions, and other capacities. Students will be able to serve in the local church, non-profit organizations, NGOs, mission organizations, and a variety of other settings.
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Conferral of a Baccalaureate degree in this program of study is determined by successful completion of the Baccalaureate Graduation Requirements outlined here.
NOTE: Students must earn 42 upper level (3000-4000) credit hours in order to graduate. A total of at least 21 of these upper level credit hours must be completed in the selected major.
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