Culture encompasses our habits, our lifestyle, our language—it shapes who we are has humans. The intercultural studies minor will expose you to cultural contexts other than your own. You will learn central elements of understanding and working in diverse and different cultural environments.
- Courses discuss many of the topics enveloped in culture: religion, political science, geography, sociology, theology and communication.
Skills in intercultural communication and understanding are highly valued in our increasingly globalized world. Because of this the intercultural studies minor supplements and enhances other study programs by exposing you to cross-cultural contexts and providing important insights about diverse and different cultural environments.
General Education Recommendations
|SOC 205||Introduction to Cultural Anthropology||3|
|GEOG 220||Cultural Geography||3|
Required Courses (19 Units)
or American Ethnicity and Pluralism
|PS 420||International Relations||3|
or Religions of the World
|SOC 301||Anthropology for Christian Witness||3|
|THEO 365||Perspectives on Global Missions||3|
Participate in a cross-cultural experience for a minimum of 45 hours. With a program director approval register for a minimum of 1 unit (45 hours/unit) from the following
|ICS 382||Intercultural Studies Practicum||1 - 3|
|ICS 482||Intercultural Studies Internship||1 - 3|
|MIN 475||Urban Los Angeles Immersion||1|