Degree Requirements

This program leads to a Master of Arts degree requiring 40 hours of course work.

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  • The M.A. required courses include EVAN 526, 534, 542, 545, 558, 559, 573, INTR 561 (4 hour version), 691 (full-time students), and 692 for a total of 28 hours.
  • The graduate six-hour Biblical and Theological Studies requirement is met by taking a 4 hour BITH course from the approved Category I list and EVAN 526.
  • The student will work with an advisor to determine the 8 hours of electives that best meet the student's background, interests, and goals.

Required Courses (32 hours)

EVAN Core (24 hours)

  • 526: Gospel: Theological Perspectives on Evangelism and Renewal (4)
  • 534: Apologetics in Global Context (2)
  • 542: Church: Movements and Models (4)
  • 545: Culture: Emerging and Global (4)
  • 558: Personal Development and Leadership (4)
  • 559: Organizational and Change Leadership (4)
  • 573: Evangelism Research Methods (2)

INTR Core (4 hours)

  • 561: Intercultural Communication (4)
  • 691: Intercultural Studies Forum (0)
  • 692: Comprehensive Exam (0)

BITH Core (4 hours)

 

Electives (Choice of 8 hours)

EVAN Electives

  • 516: Spiritual Formation and Witness (2)
  • 546: Discipleship and Small Groups (2)
  • 547: Evangelistic Communication (2)
  • 548: Evangelism & the Local Church (4)
  • 691: Ministry Practicum (2)
  • 694: C.S. Lewis: Apologist of the Head and Heart (2)
  • 694: Unity in Mission (2)
  • 694: World Religions (2)
  • 695: Independent Study (1-4)
  • 696: Internship (2 or 4)

Refer to the Wheaton College Catalog for course description.

INTR Electives

  • 565: Folk Religions (2)
  • 567: Spiritual Conflict (2)

MISS Electives

  • 562: Launching Apostolic Movements (4)
  • 564: Planting and Growing Reproducing Churches (2)
  • 565: Incarnational Ministry for Missional Churches (2)
  • 568: Organic and Simple Church (2)
  • 575: Urban Missional Movements (2)
  • 576: Missional Movements and Evangelism (2)

Other Electives

See the Course Catalog for other electives and course descriptions.

If you have questions, please contact the department at intr@wheaton.edu.

  • The M.A. required courses include EVAN 526, 534, 542, 545, 558, 559, 573, INTR 561 (4 hour version), 691 (full-time students), and 692 for a total of 28 hours.
  • The graduate six-hour Biblical and Theological Studies requirement is met by taking a 4 hour BITH course from the approved Category I list and EVAN 526.
  • The student will work with an advisor to determine the 8 hours of electives that best meet the student's background, interests, and goals.

Required Courses (32 hours)

EVAN Core (24 hours)

  • 526: Gospel: Theological Perspectives on Evangelism and Renewal (4)
  • 534: Apologetics in Global Context (2)
  • 542: Church: Movements and Models (4)
  • 545: Culture: Emerging and Global (4)
  • 558: Personal Development and Leadership (4)
  • 559: Organizational and Change Leadership (4)
  • 573: Evangelism Research Methods (2)

INTR Core (4 hours)

  • 561: Intercultural Communication (4)
  • 691: Intercultural Studies Forum (0)
  • 692: Comprehensive Exam (0)

BITH Core (4 hours)

 

Electives (Choice of 8 hours)

EVAN Electives

  • 516: Spiritual Formation and Witness (2)
  • 546: Discipleship and Small Groups (2)
  • 547: Evangelistic Communication (2)
  • 548: Evangelism & the Local Church (4)
  • 691: Ministry Practicum (2)
  • 694: C.S. Lewis: Apologist of the Head and Heart (2)
  • 694: Unity in Mission (2)
  • 694: World Religions (2)
  • 695: Independent Study (1-4)
  • 696: Internship (2 or 4)

Refer to the Wheaton College Catalog for course description.

INTR Electives

  • 565: Folk Religions (2)
  • 567: Spiritual Conflict (2)

MISS Electives

  • 562: Launching Apostolic Movements (4)
  • 564: Planting and Growing Reproducing Churches (2)
  • 565: Incarnational Ministry for Missional Churches (2)
  • 568: Organic and Simple Church (2)
  • 575: Urban Missional Movements (2)
  • 576: Missional Movements and Evangelism (2)

Other Electives

See the Course Catalog for other electives and course descriptions.

If you have questions, please contact the department at intr@wheaton.edu.