Undergraduate Course – Mission Studies (page 54)

MS 101 – The Vision of World Missions
A basic study of the philosophy and responsibility of reaching the whole world with the gospel. Emphasis is given to personal, spiritual, cultural, organizational, political, technological and economic factors.
(3 credits)

MS 201 – Modern Missions
An analysis of contemporary trends and methodologies in missions with special attention to denominations, independent organizations, cooperation, and the multi-faceted opportunities for service.
(3 credits)

MS 301 – World Religions
A study of the religious movements in the world with their history and unique philosophies. Emphasis is placed on the confrontation of Christianity in world missions endeavors and the impact of these foreign pagan religions infiltrating the United States.
(3 credits)

MS 310 – Is Islam Tolerant
Understand the true nature of Islam. Be aware of the ideology and theology of the Islamic Jihadists. Be armed with Biblical knowledge and information needed to be salt and light in the world.
(3 credits)

MS 430-39 – Seminar in Missions
Students may take non-CTU missions seminars with prior approval and specified reading and writing assignments. Especially appropriate when fill-in credit is needed.
(1 to 2 credits)

MS 450-59 – Project in Missions
Students may seek approval for specialized directed study in a missions area. Especially appropriate when fill-in credit is needed.
(1 to 2 credits)