Explore the practical difference that faith makes in your everyday life and the lives of Christians around the globe. You’ll examine core Christian beliefs and how they shape an understanding of the arts, the environment, justice, peacemaking, and the complex world around you.
A solid understanding of theology and ethics proves useful in many fields: careers in education, justice, history and ministry are just a few of the possibilities.
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Note: Emphasis courses are additional courses that are to be completed alongside the general education and parent program requirements as dictated by the Fresno Pacific University catalog. Please review the course requirements for baccalaureate programs and the general education summary in the Undergraduate Academic Catalog.
Emphasis Courses (9 Units)
|THEO 425||Theological Ethics and the Environment||3|
|THEO 430||Contemporary Theologies||3|
|THEO 465||Theological Ethics of Conflict and Peacemaking||3|
Emphasis Required Electives (6 units)
Choose 6 units from the following
|THEO 365||Perspectives on Global Missions||3|
|THEO 400||Theologies of the Christian Imagination||3|
|THEO 434||Following Jesus Radically||3|
|THEO 445||Issues and Theologies of Mission||3|
|THEO 447||Theologies of the Human Person||3|
|THEO 470||Justice, Poverty and Development||3|
|THEO 486||Topics in Theology|
Other Emphasis Electives
Choose a minimum of 9 units from the following
|BIB||any 300- or 400-level course with this prefix except BIB-314, BIB-446, BIB-449, BIB-451, and BIB-453|
|BLIT||any 300- or 400-level course with this prefix|
|GRK||any course with this prefix|
|HEB||any course with this prefix|
|MIN||any 300- or 400-level course with this prefix|
|THEO||any 300- or 400-level course with this prefix|
|ART 330||Art and Religion||3|
|HIST 325||History of Christianity||4|
|HIST 350||American Religious History||3|
|HIST 360||Greece: Drama and Paideia in the Polis||4|
|HIST 364||Classical Mythology||3|
|HIST 365||Rome: Politics, Pagans and Patristics||4|
|HIST 367||The Ancient Near East||3|
|HIST 380||Reformation History and Theology||4|
|HIST 393||Twentieth Century Western Thought||3|
|HIST 410||Modern Latin America: History, Politics And Culture||3|
|HIST 450||History of Political Theory and Ideas||3|
|HIST 455||Historical Peacemakers||4|
|LIT 400||Medieval Life, Thought and Literature||4|
|MIN 340||Theology, Culture and U2||2|
|MIN 360||The Church in an Urban World||3|
|PHIL 110||Introduction to Philosophical Ethics||3|
|PHIL 331||Ancient Philosophy||3|
|PHIL 333||Medieval Philosophy||3|
|PHIL 335||Modern Philosophy||3|
|PHIL 405||Philosophy of Religion||3|
|REL 418||Culture, Religion and the Church||3|
|REL 452||World Christianity||3|
Melanie Howard, Ph.D.
Greg A. Camp, Ph.D.
Laura Schmidt Roberts, Ph.D.
Brian Schultz, Ph.D.