Intercultural Studies majors may choose to focus their studies in one of three tracks.
Interculturalist Track: This customized track is for self-directed students who will devise their own program of interest selecting courses from the Global and Urban concentrations, other majors and electives to design a unique program of study. Includes a four-week cultural immersion course, a junior-year intercultural practicum, and a fourteen-week internship.
Global Track: Students choosing this track are interested in gaining a global perspective and potentially serving internationally. Coursework equips students for cross-cultural partnership and addressing the complexities of a globalized world. Students choose from a wide variety of options to complete a four-week international cultural immersion course, a junior-year intercultural practicum, and a fourteen-week international internship.
Urban Track: Students choosing this track are interested in the opportunities and challenges of the growing urban communities in the United States. Coursework teaches students to analyze and address the spiritual, social, racial, and economic realities of cities, preparing them holistically for a variety of careers in urban outreach. Genuine exposure and practical experience are provided through a four-week immersion course, an urban ministry practicum, and a fourteen-week urban internship.
Student may also choose to minor in Intercultural Studies. Click here to view requirements for a minor.