A broadly diversified liberal arts education is basic to a career in the pastoral ministry, missions, Christian education, and other specialized ministries. Students planning careers in any of these areas will complete their preparation in a theological seminary or graduate school. In anticipation of advanced theological training, an interdisciplinary major in religion-philosophy is recommended. Such a major leaves sufficient freedom for students to choose from a wide range of elective courses according to their own particular interests.
A faculty advisor assists each student in working out a four-year program of studies to fit his or her individual needs.
Contact the church-related vocations advisor, Dr. Larry Brasher (firstname.lastname@example.org).