Major in Christian Ethics (B.A.)
This major prepares students to make an impact in a wide variety of fields that call for leadership with integrity and value. The major provides the student with academic and practical experiences in ethics formation and application.
|Major in Christian Ethics (B.A.)||Hours|
|General Education Core Requirements B.A.||59-63|
|Prerequisites for Religion Major1||6|
|REL 1250, New Testament and Exegesis||3|
|REL 2350, Christian Doctrine2||3|
|REL 3400, Ministry in Focus Seminars3||0|
|REL 1410, Vocation and Christian Life||1|
|REL 2410, Spiritual Formation||3|
|REL 2510, Christian Ethics||3|
|REL 4015, Colloquium4||2|
|REL 2340, Martyrs, Mystics, and Saints||3|
|REL 3520, Issues in Theological Ethics||3|
|REL 3540, Eco-justice and Faith||3|
|REL 4420, Ethics Internship||3|
|Biblical Studies Elective||3|
|Religion in Society Elective||3|
|Theological / Historical Studies Elective||3|
|Total in Major||30|
1 Students who choose a religion minor must substitute required courses in their minor with a course from the same subject area. In other words, a single course may not count for both major and minor requirements.
2 REL 2350, Christian Doctrine is a prerequisite for the following: REL 2410 Spiritual Formation; REL 2510 Christian Ethics; all courses in Religion and Society division, in the Theological and Historical Division, and Biblical Studies Division.
3 Students will take one REL 3400 Ministry in Focus per semester for a total of eight seminars required for graduation or one for every semester a student is a Religion major.
4 Students take REL 4015 in the fall semester before the anticipated date of graduation.