Intercultural Ministry Minor

Undergraduate Minor in Intercultural Ministry

The Intercultural Ministry minor can supplement a Theology or Youth Ministry degree within the School of Theology by helping you apply the knowledge gained in cross-cultural contexts. If you're studying in another field, the Intercultural Ministry minor provides a framework for you to learn how to use your skills for the expansion of God’s kingdom globally. The program is also designed to be highly customizable so that you can arrange it to meet the needs you anticipate upon graduation.

Intercultural Ministry at CCU

The Intercultural Ministry minor is designed to enhance the level of knowledge and skill gained in preparation for missionary service, as well as to provide you opportunities for intercultural service. By studying these topics academically, you'll learn to analyze and improve missionary endeavors rather than simply participate in them. If you plan to stay within the U.S., this minor will equip you to be an effective mobilizer and supporter. The program is also closely coordinated with opportunities for practical service through our CCU2theWorld missions program, which allows you to receive an integrated training approach that blends the pragmatic and theoretical

What can you do with a minor in intercultural ministry?

  • Missions work
  • International development
  • Nonprofit/advocacy work
  • Supplement a degree in Theology, Biblical Studies, or other strategic discipline

Interesting Classes You Might Take

  • Cross-Cultural Communication
  • Introduction to Intercultural Ministry
  • Mission Preparation

A minor offers a concentrated area of coursework to supplement your major field of study. It is designed to enhance the range of topics and knowledge for a well-rounded student. It can provide exposure to important concepts that help students prepare for a fast-paced workplace.

  • Financial Aid + Scholarships

    In the 2020-21 academic year, 99% of traditional undergraduate students received some form of financial aid, with over $23 million distributed in scholarships and grants.

  • Meet Your EC

    All prospective traditional undergraduates are provided with an Enrollment Counselor (EC) who will help guide you through every step of the admission process.