Bachelor's Degree in

Missions Nursing

The Missions: Bi-Vocational program prepares students to serve as missionaries while supporting themselves with a technical skill (agriculture, automotive maintenance, etc.). Hundreds of millions of people have no chance to hear the Gospel because they live in countries where full-time Christian workers are not allowed. However, Christians with certifiable skills can often be admitted to these countries.

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Missions Nursing: Core Courses [ 18 Credit Hours ]

Course Number Course Name Credits
CM225 Ecclesiology 3
CM307 Ministry Leadership and Administration 3
MI217 Missionary Prin & Practices 3
MI316 World Ideologies/Rel/Global Issues 3
MI425 Contextualization of Theology 3
SL202 Spiritual Formation II 3

Missions Nursing: Practicum Courses [ 49 Credit Hours ]

Course Number Course Name Credits
Nursing Cooperative w/area colleges 49

Missions Nursing: Bible Courses [ 29 Credit Hours ]

Course Number Course Name Credits
BI205 Bible Study Methods 3
BI306 Hermeneutics (Prin of Biblical Inter) 3
CM104 Personal Evangelism Seminar (1) 1
MI2083 Intercultural Ministry 3
NT102 New Testament Survey 3
OT101 Old Testament Survey 3
SL101 Spiritual Formation I 3
TH105 Basic Beliefs (2) 2
TH302 Doctrine of Holiness (2) 2
TH304 Apologetics (2) 2
TH333 Theology of Missions (2) 2
WA101 Introduction to Worship (2) 2

Missions Nursing: General Courses [ 41 Credit Hours ]

Course Number Course Name Credits
EN100 College Writing 3
EN200 Research and Writing 3
IT100 Intro to Computer Applications 3
LI200 Introduction to Literature 3
MA108 College Algebra 3
NS205 Microbiology 3
NS205L Microbiology Lab 2
NS206 Anatomy and Physiology 3
NS206L Anatomy & Physiology Lab 2
NS208 Enhanced A&P 1
PH100 Critical Thinking 3
PH205 Introduction to Philosophy 3
PY100 General Psychology 3
PY224 Developmental Psychology 3
SP200 Fundamentals of Speech 3

Chair of Missions Nursing

Steven King

    • M.A. Bowling Green State University
    • B.S. Wichita State University