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Online Bachelor Degree Programs

The online bachelor completion degree programs at Missional University equip Christian believers to combine the skills and knowledge needed in both faith-based organizations and careers in community service meeting people at their point of need. At Missional University students learn their purpose, expand their passion, and become equipped to join in the mission of God in the world. Students have the flexibility to work on their assignments anytime 24/7 while interacting with their professor and other students from across the world.

Over 95% of the global, international, faculty at Missional University have doctoral (or terminal) degrees in their field of study plus years of practical experience. The faculty continually update their courses with the latest professional standards and practices in their fields.

Take some time to explore our online bachelor's degree programs. When you are ready you can apply online or contact us for more information and help planning your path to a successful career serving in the mission of God in the world.

 

BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS PREPARE YOU TO SERVE IN THE MISSION OF GOD IN THE WORLD

THE MISSIONAL COLLEGE: Careers in Navigating Cultural Differences

Intercultural Education @ Missional University

The Missional College makes intercultural training available to average, everyday Christian believers across North America and beyond. We believe that EVERY BELIEVER IS A MISSIONARY where they are - in their neighborhood, at work, and in their community. The Missional College provides training at multiple educational levels to equip believers to serve interculturally in their communities in a variety of ways.

Students who desire to learn how to serve among the diverse ethnic, immigrant and international groups in their communities in culturally-appropriate ways. The Missional College offers cutting-edge training that is biblically-based, interculturally-focused, and missionally-driven in the evangelical Christian tradition. We provide training in a wide breadth of disciplines from diaspora studies to intercultural research to cultural studies to the study of global religion.

 

Bachelor of Intercultural Studies (BIS)

Africana Studies

Cultural Anthropology

Diaspora Studies

Folk Culture Studies

Immigration Legal Services

Immigration Legal & Interpreting Services

Mission Studies

Missional Evangelism

Reconciliation Studies

TESOL/TEFL & Linguistics

 

Bachelor of Religion (BRel)

World Religion

Buddhist Studies

Hindu Studies

Islamic Studies

Judaic Studies

New Religious Movements

 

SCHOOL OF MISSIONAL PRACTICE: Careers in Living Life as Mission
Missional Ministry @ Missional University Our missional mandate has not changed, we bear the image of God and are his agents of reconciliation. The God of mission has not changed, he has on his heart the renewal of all things. In this time of disorienting and sometimes destabilizing transition, as the body of Christ, we require ways of thinking and acting that deeply connect us to our identity as residents of this earth who are citizens of heaven. It is a great joy and deep passion of the School of Missional Practice to provide learning environs that function as transformational journeys for the people of God towards the missional thinking and practices that reflect our true identity. In every academic term of learning, we invite our students into a community of practice that is as ancient as our parents in the original garden and as contemporary as the globalized diversity in our chatrooms.   Bachelor of Missional Ministry (BMMin) Business as Mission Church Planting in Pluralistic Societies Marketplace Ministry and Community Development Military Ministry Millennial Ministry Missional Arts Missional Congregations Missional Communities Multihousing Ministry Non-Profit Administration Sports Management Transformational Discipleship Urban Ministry Urban Youth Ministry
SCHOOL OF COMMUNITY MINISTRY: Careers in Transforming Communities
Community Development @ Missional University If you feel a sense of responsibility to reach out to the masses within your local community and abroad outside the walls of the church in your spiritually unique way, then the School of Community Ministry is what you are looking for. Our focus is to assist you in becoming dually effective in providing services and advocating for the social and emotional well-being of others, while also sharing the gospel through your faith and relationship with God. Social services and evangelism are interrelated. One’s physical, spiritual, moral, and other interrelational entities are all linked together. The social and spiritual well-being of an individual is a vital aspect of fulfilling the great commission. The opportunity to meet social needs opens up doors to share your faith and the love of God with others.     Bachelor of Community Ministry (BCM) Behavioral Healthcare Community Development Community Health Corrections Creative Arts Therapy Criminal Justice Criminal Investigation & Behavioral Profiling Gerontology Military Family Advocacy Pastoral Care & Chaplaincy Public Safety & Security Social Work & Ministry Youth & Family Studies
SCHOOL OF CREATIVE EXPRESSION: Careers in Communicating Creatively
Contextual Communication @ Missional University TThe School of Creative Expression enables Christian believers to communicate a gospel witness in various forms, media, and styles to bring glory to God through service in the mission of God. The programs in the School of Creative Expression equip missional leaders in foundational courses in a theology of beauty, storytelling, or media and communication and then adds practical courses in communication, media arts, music arts, theatre arts, information technology management and worship studies. Whether you need to learn how to use social media, multimedia, visual communications, graphic design, digital journalism or information technologies – Missional University will give you the tools to serve in faith-based and secular organizations as a Christian witness. Through music arts, you can be equipped in songwriting, ethnomusicology, and in leading worship. Through digital arts, you can be equipped in studio art, graphic design, 2D animation, 3D animation, animation visual effects, publication and print media. Creativity in the arts is extended through storytelling, theatre arts, and film studies and production.   Bachelor of Communication (BCom) Communication Studies Cybersecurity Management Digital Arts Digital Journalism Film Studies & Production Information Technology Management Media Studies Music Composition & Ethnodoxology Publication & Print Media Scriptwriting, Storytelling & Ethnotheatre Social Media Studies Visual Communication Worship Leadership
SCHOOL OF ECOLOGICAL MISSION: Careers in Caring for Creation

Creation Care @ Missional University

The faculty of the School of Ecological Mission are committed to the concept that God is at work not only in the lives and affairs of people across the globe but he is also at work in environments and how peoples are impacted by their natural, social and built environments. Just as sin has corrupted the image of God within persons (Romans 1:18-32), so too sin corrupts social and environmental relationships. In fact, the Apostle Paul writes that "We know that the whole creation has been groaning as in the pains of childbirth right up to the present time" (Romans 8:22-24). Thus God is about his mission of reconciling people and the entire earth unto himself. Faculty with expertise in a wide range of disciplines work together to equip missional Christians to participate in the mission of God through global health, environmental mission, humanitarian aid, geospatial studies and sustainable communities.

 

Bachelor of Ecological Mission (BEM)

Ecology

Environmental Sustainability

Demography & Assessment

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

 

Bachelor of Global Health (BGH)

Global Health Mission

Global Health & Epidemiology

SCHOOL OF THEOLOGICAL STUDIES: Careers in Joining God's Mission

Theology & Mission @ Missional University

At Missional University we believe that a Biblical theology of mission is more than a core course. It is foundational to the University’s purpose and curriculum. Compelled by that foundation, the School of Theological Studies is committed to sound teaching in Scripture and doctrine, always in light of God’s missional purpose. As a student in the School of Theological Studies, you will learn how to read the entire Bible missionally - from the heart of a missional God who invites us to participate in his redemptive mission and who sends us as a source of blessing to all peoples of the world. Furthermore, as a student, you will be taught, challenged, and equipped with a missional view of Scripture, history, theology, and ethics, all with a view of deepening your character and growing your mission.

 

 

Bachelor of Theological Studies (BTS)

Biblical Studies

Contextual Theology

Ecotheology & Mission

Missional Theology

Moral Formation

Social Theology

SCHOOL OF EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING: Experiencing Service in the Mission of God

Experiential Learning @ Missional University

Simply put, experiential learning is the process of learning through experience, and is more specifically defined as "learning through reflection on doing.” Experience how to navigate cultures, live missionally, transform communities, create creatively, care for creation and join the mission of God. We provide hands-on learning experiences in 50+ subject areas related to university degree programs through introductory, developmental and demonstration experiential learning. With an international reach in 43+ countries and a growing network of partners, students work with mission entities, nonprofits & NGOs, schools, churches, and church groups worldwide. Expand your experiences worldwide -- our global faculty, staff, and students are from 20+ time zones, across 6 continents, from Washington State, USA to Wellington, New Zealand.

The School of Experiential Learning supports the degree programs in all of the other schools and colleges at Missional University.

Introductory Experiential Learning

Observerships:  Shadowing

Practicums:  Applying

Introductory Studies:  Orienting

 

Development Experiential Learning

Field Instruction:  Integrating

Internship:  Practicing

Mentorship:  Developing

 

Demonstration Experiential Learning

Portfolio:  Creating

Capstone:  Synthesizing

Project:  Documenting

Research:  Assessing

Thesis:  Producing