Program Purpose

Missions touches the very heart of God and is the responsibility of every Christian, whether at home or abroad. The men’s Missions major provides excellent training for both foreign and state-side mission work. The specific missions courses, taught by experienced and successful servants of the Lord, build on a solid foundation of Bible, theology, and targeted practical courses to adequately equip men for missions work.

Program Overview

132 Credit Hours

Bible and Theology ​

52 Credit Hours

General Education

21 Credit Hours


2 Credit Hours


16 Credit Hours


14 Credit Hours

Church Education

27 Credit Hours

Key Courses

MIS 102 | 2 Credit Hours

A study of the biblical basis of New Testament local church missions and a historical overview of missions from Bible times to the present day. The course will emphasize the role…

MIS 202 | 2 Credit Hours

A concise study of the major world religions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Roman Catholicism, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Mormonism, and others. Emphasis will be placed…

MIS 302 | 2 Credit Hours

 The preparation of the missionary for the mission field based on a biblical philosophy of missions. The course will cover preparing a presentation of mission work, planning and…

MIS 402 | 2 Credit Hours

 A study of effective, Bible-based strategies for planting churches, both in the United States and in foreign countries. The course will also stress strategies for evangelization; discipleship…

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