Double Degrees

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION/EVANGELICAL THEOLOGY

A double degree in International Business Administration and Evangelical Theology is a program designed for students who are interested in having a solid understanding of practical business concepts required for today’s work world and additionally developing their understanding of Christian worldview and the relationship between faith and culture. The students in this program will study the major business disciplines in order to prepare for careers in marketing, management, finance, or other business fields, and their insights into theology will also allow them to better connect with churches, non-profit organizations, or missions organizations furthering their ability to reach their goals.

International Business Administration & Evangelical Theology Program Plan is available here 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE & EVANGELICAL THEOLOGY

A double degree in English Language and Literature and Evangelical Theology is an asset for graduates who are interested in honing strong skills in English while complimenting their studies with courses in theology, both theoretical and practical. This degree offers a solid foundation in English studies that propels students to graduate school or into careers in teaching or translating. Additionally, students will take courses that go beyond the foundational biblical studies to include theology and philosophy. Having courses in both theology and English expand employment opportunities.

English Language and Literature & Evangelical Theology Program Plan is available here 

EVANGELICAL THEOLOGY & ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

A double degree in Evangelical Theology and English Language and Literature is a program designed for students who are interested in working in service to the church or missions in international settings and careers in teaching, translating, public relations, or any area where a strong working knowledge of English, practiced communication and critical thinking skills, and cultural sensitivity are required. This broad course of study in a liberal arts model equips a student for English language graduate studies in either theology or philosophy. The double degree aspect solidifies the student‘s academic English usage and provides basic studies in teaching or translation. Having courses in both theology and English expands employment opportunities.

Theology & English Program Plan is available here 

EVANGELICAL THEOLOGY & INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

A double degree in Theology and International Business Administration is a program designed for students who are interested in working or serving in the church or for non-profit or mission organizations in international settings where a foundational working knowledge of business, marketing, accounting, economics, or management is required. This broad course of study in a liberal arts model prepares a graduate for further studies in theology or philosophy and/or for career service in public or private institutions where a basic knowledge of business management and organization with sensitivity to international contexts is needed. Business administration courses provide students with foundational studies and skills in the field of international business. Having courses in both theology and international business expand employment and service opportunities.

Evangelical Theology & International Business Administration Plan is available here 

EVANGELICAL THEOLOGY & PSYCHOLOGY

A double degree in Theology and Psychology is a program designed for students who are interested in working in service to the church or for non-profit or mission organizations in international settings and careers in teaching, public relations, or any area where a strong working knowledge of psychology, interpersonal, and critical thinking skills are required. This broad course of study in a liberal arts model equips a student for English language graduate studies in either theology or pastoral care and couseling. The double degree aspect solidifies the student’s academic English usage and provides basic studies in pastoral care and communication. Having courses in both theology and psychology expands employment opportunities.

Evangelical Theology & Psychology Plan is available here 

EVANGELICAL THEOLOGY & CONTEMPORARY COMMUNICATION

A double degree in Evangelical Theology and Contemporary Communication is a program designed for students who are interested in working or serving in the church or for non-profit or missions organizations in international settings and careers in public relations, or any area where a strong working knowledge of communication and critical thinking skills, ethics and cultural sensitivity are required. This broad course of study in a liberal arts model equips a student for English language graduate studies in theology and ministry. The communication coursework develops competent and ethical communicators who lead transformation in public, private and social enterprise, using the interrelated media of today’s global environment. Having courses in both theology and communication expands employment opportunities.

Evangelical Theology & Contemporary Communication Plan is available here 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT & EVANGELICAL THEOLOGY

A double degree in International Relations and Development and Evangelical Theology is a program designed for students who are interested in becoming globally minded, culturally sensitive, responsible professionals while developing their understanding of Christian worldview and the relationship between faith and culture. This double major will explore the ways in which religious belief inform decisions about politics, the relations between countries and development policies; as well as the ways in which politics, international relations and development policies may serve religious ends.The students in this program will study the major disciplines in international relations and development in order to prepare for careers in public institutions, political organizations, diplomatic missions, local and international non-governmental organizations, and social and corporate responsibility departments in the business sector. Their insights into theology will also allow them to better connect with churches, non-profit organizations, or missions organizations furthering their ability to reach their goals.

International Relations and Development & Evangelical Theology Plan is available here