Study the keys to cultural understanding and communication
Program of Study - Intercultural Studies
This major is designed to provide students with basic academic and practical preparation for inter-cultural service and for further specialized training in Intercultural Studies.
In addition to the meeting of the Providence mission and purposes, this major will enable each graduate to: Become familiar with the broad theoretical and theological framework of modern intercultural relationships; grapple realistically with major intercultural trends such as globalism, nationalism, regionalism, revolution, secularism, and urbanization; learn analytical skills that can help in developing viable solutions to intercultural issues and problems through an integration and application of the insights and methods of theology and the social sciences; and organize and implement an intercultural program at the level of the local church.
All students in degree programs are required to take a minimum of courses in a variety of general arts and sciences so as to enable them to acquire an adequate foundation and context for their chosen area of studies, and to develop a critical appreciation of scholarship in general.
Biblical and Theological Studies establish anchor points for effective Christian thinking, living, and serving in the church and in society. The Humanities, Social Sciences, and Sciences deepen the understanding and heighten the appreciation of human nature, thoughts, cultures, and societies. Music and Theatre foster the musical and dramatic expression of the human spirit, condition, and experience.
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