Master in Intercultural Ministries

Overview

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Complement your biblical and theological studies with an understanding of what it means to witness to people in different religious, social and cultural contexts. Deepen your understanding of your faith and build practical tools to respond to cross-cultural needs in Christian ministry.

The Master of Interculteral Ministries program fits in with your schedule and your goals. Choose from daytime, evening, online, modular [weekend and week-long] and hybrid [weekend and online] course options.

Study full time and finish in 2 years, or take it class by class: after 5 classes you have a certificate, at 10 you have a diploma, and at 20 you've completed the degree.

Your Future

This is your career

With a Master in Intercultural Ministries, you'll be equipped to serve in specialized cross-cultural ministries in North America or in international contexts. This program can fulfill the educational requirements for overseas ministry with the Christian and Missionary Alliance and other mission organizations.

75%

graduates employed in ministry

Beyond the Classroom

Internship is an essential part of getting ready for ministry. You’ll experience the joys, struggles, and lessons of ministry while working alongside experienced ministry staff who will act as your mentors. You’ll put your learning into practice and develop skills and competencies that will make you a confident ministry professional.

Staff and Faculty

Name Position Location Email Phone
Charles Cook, PhD, MDiv, BTh Professor of Global Studies and Mission
Director of the Jaffray Centre for Global Initiatives
L2045 ccook@ambrose.edu -
christina conroy associate professor of theology Christina Conroy, PhD, STM, MDiv, BBS Assistant Professor of Theology L2066 christina.conroy@ambrose.edu -