Understand the contexts of poverty, hunger and social injustice, and the means for bringing long-term transformation.
- Courses study specific global regions and their various economic, health and political challenges.
- A variety of classes analyzing poverty, development, human trafficking and conflict, and Christian responses to these and other issues.
This combination of political/socio-economic understanding and theological analysis provides a foundation for work with international development organizations, urban development ministries and church staff roles focusing on community development, refugee services and justice and reconciliation work.
Darren Duerksen, Ph.D.
|PS-425||Global Economics and Sustainable Development||3|
|American Ethnicity and Pluralism|
Modern Latin America: History, Politics and Culture
Modern Africa: History, Politics and Culture
Modern Asia: History, Politics and Culture
Modern Middle East: History, Politics and Culture
Select three of the following:
|ICS-320||Introduction to Holistic Mission in Costa Rica||3|
|THEO-425||Theological Ethics and the Environment||3|
|THEO-365||Perspectives on Global Missions||3|
|THEO-445||Issues and Theologies of Mission||3|
|THEO-465||Theological Ethics of Conflict and Peacemaking||3|
|THEO-470||Justice, Poverty and Development||3|