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Students choose between either PHL-438 or PHL-334. Students will also need to choose 3 credit hours of either a Theology Advanced elective or an Old Testament or New Testament elective.
Students should choose one of the following areas of specialization:
CHURCH PLANTING AND OUTREACH
INTERNATIONAL AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Students choose between either PHL-438 or PHL-334.
(TEACHERS OF ENGLISH TO SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES)
Students will need to take 3 credit hours of additional LDR courses at the 300- or 400-level.
If high school work is used to satisfy the proficiency requirement, students may take an additional four semester of college-level language to fulfill this concentration.
11 - 12 upper division credit hours are to be chosen from outside the major in a discipline that supports the student’s career objectives. Pre-approval is needed by the student’s advisor.
Cross-Cultural Exposure Trip: All students are also required to participate in a cross-cultural exposure trip, subject to prior approval by department faculty.
Intercultural Studies Minor
Students choose from either PHL-438 or PHL-334.
LATIN AMERICAN AND IBERIAN STUDIES MINOR
Students also choose a Social Science elective (ECO, HST, INR, or POL), and a Spanish course (except SPA-360) to fulfill or add to intermediate-level fluency. Prior approval of the department chair is needed for required International/Cross-Cultural Experience; if a course is taken and it qualifies, it may be counted as either core units or elective units.
Six credit hours of electives must be selected from the following list, with at least one at the 300 level or above. A Spanish course may also be taken, with the exception of SPA-360. Transfer credit for study abroad may also be accepted: