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This degree is for individuals with a strong interest in global mission work—such as global policy and service, construction management, theology, business, music, arts, nursing, health, and wellness. Students can come to this program with an approved undergraduate degree from any discipline.
The program typically takes five semesters for full-time students. Part-time options are also available. Students may start the program in the fall, winter, or summer.
Can families accompany the student to their field projects?
Are certificates or CEUs available?
Yes. Courses are taught in modules, allowing for professionals who want to enroll in a specific class for certificates or CEUs.
For more information, call 1.800.SOUTHERN and ask for Graduate Studies.
The application deadline is July 1.
You may submit an online application or request additional information by visiting Admission »
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