Bachelor of Arts in Justice and Social Ethics

The major in Justice and Social Ethics assists students in constructing a biblical framework through which to understand and evaluate how God’s righteousness applies to ethical topics. Further, it equips students to engage in culturally relevant and personally meaningful moral discussions from a biblical worldview. This degree is designed to provide foundational preparation for students who desire to serve in para-church ministries, denominational service, public policy advocacy, and general moral witness in the culture. This major will also better equip students in pastoral ministry, missionary evangelism, and various forms of chaplaincy as they engage a secular culture with the gospel.

Total required credits: 127

Average completion time: 4 years.

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What kind of classes will I take?

  • ETH 3600 - Introduction to Christian Ethics
  • ETH 3610 - Moral Foundations of Marriage and Family
  • ETH 4630 - Ethics of War and Peace
  • ETH 4650 - Ethics of Wealth and Poverty
  • ETH 4660 - Social Justice and Race Relations
  • ETH 4670 - Ethics of Life and Death
  • ETH 4690 - Moral Decision-Making and the Will of God
  • ETH 4695 - Christian Sexual Ethics
  • ETH 4503 - Systems of Moral Philosophy
  • ETH 4620 - Christian Ethics and the State
  • ETH 4640 - Ethics and Environmental Responsibility


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Learn from over 40 college professors who know what it's like to minister in the church and the workplace. Our world-class faculty will teach you how to think biblically and serve practically wherever you go.

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