Intercultural Studies B.A.

Program: Bachelors of Arts in Intercultural Studies

School(s):  School of Ministry

Do you desire to gain skills in ministering to diverse nationalities and cultures? If so, the Intercultural Studies major might be just what you're looking for. The program is designed to equip you with the knowledge, skills and character needed for effective transformational work in international and/or urban settings. You will learn how to understand and interpret cross-cultural social contexts. You will also learn how to apply Christian truth in ways appropriate to a variety of settings.

Intercultural Studies

What Can I Do With This Degree?

  • Missions Coordinator
  • Community Service Director
  • Human Rights Advocate

Program Details

Distinctively PBA 

The School of Ministry is all about equipping. We equip passionate young people with the earthly tools and spiritual perspective needed to create positive change in the world guided by the Word of God. We promise a connected, engaging and fulfilling learning experience that will equip you to use your gifts for His Glory. Our programs prepare students through expert instruction in Bible, theology, history and real-world ministry skills.

As a student majoring in any of the undergraduate programs offered in the School of Ministry, you’ll wade into an ocean of diverse learning opportunities designed to prepare you to positively impact lives.

  • Gain specialized training in ministry
  • Experience spiritual growth with a deeper understanding of God and His Word
  • Practice your ministry abilities through internships, practicum experiences and field service activities
  • And travel on any of PBA’s more than 20 annual mission trips

Courses 

Learn more about your classes and requirements in the course catalog

Tuition & Fees

PBA awards over three million dollars in scholarships every year and 97% of PBA undergraduate students receive financial aid. 

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