The minor in missions introduces students to knowledge, principles, and practices central to missions in national and international contexts. In addition to courses related to missions, church planting, and anthropology, students are required to take a SEBTS sponsored six-credit-hour international mission trip. The seminary offers at least two six-credit-hour trips each year, usually over the winter and summer breaks. Those who minor in missions will be equipped to communicate the gospel in various contexts and will be prepared for further studies in seminary or graduate school.
Students must take the following courses to complete the minor in Missions:
* MIS 4980 and EVA 3720 occasionally are combined and offered as a package, for 6 credit hours, in certain SEBTS sponsored mission trips. These 6 credit hour trips usually are offered in summer and January terms.