The Certificate in Global Engagement equips graduates theologically, academically, and practically for effective cross-cultural transformational ministry across disciplines and vocation. Graduate students from non-INTR programs may complete the certificate to prepare for vocational work in multicultural settings. The certificate is appropriate for persons working in non-governmental organizations, multicultural ministries or other types of cross-cultural work who desire professional development.
Students must complete 20 credit hours of globally-focused courses to provide strong theological, philosophical, theoretical, and practical engagement with global issues. Each course is selected to expand students' frameworks and analytic skills for engaging global cultures, influences, and persons in theologically-grounded ways.
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Students must complete 20 credit hours, required courses are:
|INTR 561||Intercultural Communication||4|
|INTR 532||Contextualization in Global Settings||4|
|INTR 566||Religious Life in Global Settings||4|
|Select 8 credits of the following:||8|
|Ministry in Culture|
|Culture: Emerging & Global|
|Cross-Cultural Teaching and Learning|
|Mission to Children and Youth at Risk|
Another approved elective
Each student's program is worked out individually in consultation with an advisor.