Bachelor of Arts
Develop a strong biblical theology of mission for practical engagement in a world that needs to know Jesus Christ. Learn skills for understanding both the uniqueness of the world's different cultures and the increasing interconnectedness of these different social contexts through processes often referred to as globalization.
What is Intercultural Studies?
The Bachelor of Arts Intercultural Studies is built on a solid foundation of courses in Biblical Studies and Theology and designed to challenge students to develop a strong biblical theology of mission. We seek to develop skills for understanding both the uniqueness of the world's different cultures and the increasing interconnectedness of these different social contexts through processes often referred to as globalization. The program builds toward a cross-cultural internship or similar experience, which is seen as the keystone of the student's learning.
Who should take Intercultural Studies?
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If these are some of your passions, then our Intercultural Studies program may be just what you're looking for.
Why Intercultural Studies at Briercrest?
Our programs and courses are designed to strengthen your relationship with the Lord, help you develop deep cultural awareness and sensitivity, and prepare you for cross-cultural ministry. You'll also find a community of learning that is centered on faith and the authority of God's Word.
God has commissioned us to the world and its peoples with the good news of His kingdom and His reconciling love. This message is the heartbeat of Briercrest.
From its beginnings in 1935, Briercrest College and Seminary has been committed to equipping God's people for service. More than 20,000 Briercrest alumniare serving in more than 80 countries around the world.
Like most Briercrest programs, the BA Intercultural Studies requires 39 credit hours of 300+ course work within the context of a 126 credit hour degree. It requires 42 credit hours of Interculturall Studies requirements (including at least 24 credit hours at the 300+ level), 6 credit hours of cognate modern language requirements, and a significant cross-cultural component.
Students will complete the four-year BA degree Core Curriculum, as well as 6 semesters of Service and Experiential Learning. As part of their graduation requirements, all four-year BA students will also complete the Senior Portfolio (PRT 400).
New students: apply to the college now and our admissions advisors will work closely with you throughout the rest of the process.
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