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Biblical Studies, B.A.
Contemporary Ministries, B.A.
||The minor requires 21 hours selected from GRK 101, 102, 201,202, HEB 101, 102, 201, 202.
||Students planning to complete this minor must take BIB 200-Intro to Biblical Exegesis and Research (1hr) plus six additional courses (18 hours) selected from Biblical Literature (BIB) and/or Greek (GRK). Courses taken for the Religion-Philosophy major may not count for the minor.
||The minor in Communication requires a minimum of 18 hours, excluding Principles of Speech (CMC 101), Internship (CMC 450), and Seminar (CMC 451):
- minimum of 2 core courses (6 hours)
- minimum of 4 communication electives (12 hours), including at least one theoretical course.
||The minor requires 15 hours in Literature (LIT) and 3 hours in Literature (LIT), Composition (CMP), or CMC 301-Language, Literature and Human Identity. CMP 101 and LIT 101 may not count toward the minor.
||The minor consists of 18 hours and must include one American studies course. HST 306 may be credited toward a minor only if the student’s major is Religion-Philosophy.
||The minor is designed for those who plan to work in an ecclesiastical setting either as a pastor or staff member (such as minister of music or counselor). It requires 18 hours from the following: MIN 200 or 330, MIN 201, 300, 302, 350, 400, and 450
||The minor requires 18 hours in philosophy.
||The minor requires 18 hours in theology.
||The Spanish minor requires a minimum of 21 hours at the 200-level or above (beyond SPN 104-Intermediate Spanish II). Some of these hours may be secured through pre-approved study-abroad programs such as the Avila-Spain program or offerings through the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities such as the Costa Rica program.
Note: Minors or concentrations in other Foreign Languages are available through cross-registration at Rochester Area Colleges (State University of New York College at Brockport, Nazareth College, and University of Rochester).
||The Women’s Studies minor requires 18 hours of courses representing a number of academic disciplines. Current offerings include such courses as WST 205-Gender and Society, WST 300-Special Topics in Women’s Studies, CMC/WST 303-Communication and Gender, HST/WST 313-Women in Church History, NSG/WST 360-Women’s Health Issues, and THE/HUM 350-Theology and Gender. Additional courses are being created. Students should consult with the Division of Religion and Humanities for further information.