Minor in Missions

The minor in missions introduces students to knowledge, principles, and practices central to missions in national and international contexts. In addition to courses related to missions, church planting, and anthropology, students are required to take a SEBTS sponsored three-credit-hour international mission trip. The seminary offers at least two three-credit-hour trips each year, usually over the winter and summer breaks. Those who minor in missions will be equipped to communicate the gospel in various contexts and will be prepared for further studies in seminary or graduate school.

Total required credits: 18

Average completion time: 1 year

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What kind of classes will I take?

  • MIS 4510 - Christian Missions: Principles & Practice 
  • MIS 4590 - International Church Planting 
  • MIS 4980 - Current Topics in International Missions: [Topic Listed] 
  • MIS 3990 - Practicum in International Missions: [Location of trip] 

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who will teach me?


Dr. Ant Greenham
Associate Professor of Missions and Islamic Studies


Dr. Scott Hildreth
Assistant Professor of Global Studies


Dr. Greg Mathias
Assistant Professor of Global Studies