Cultures matter.

Through development of ministry skills and study of Scripture, you'll graduate prepared to live out the great commission as a disciple of Christ. Accompanied by a minor in Bible, you gain perspective on how to communicate the Biblical story, enabling you to minister in cross-cultural environments.

  • Overview

    • School: Traditional Undergrad Academics
    • Division: Bible, Religion & Ministry
    • Degree Type: Bachelor of Science, Minor
    • Format: Residential
    • Location: Grand Rapids
  • Program Details

    • Major Credit Hours: 51 (requires minor)
    • Minor Credit Hours: 18
    • Career Opportunities:
      • Program development
      • Church planter
      • Community leader
      • Overseas or inner city ministry
      • Work with youth, orphans and the poor
    • Application Deadline: Rolling admission
      • Fall semester—August 15
      • Spring semester—January 1

    Degree Completion

    You can earn a Bachelor of Science in Intercultural Studies degree in four years.

    Download a semester-by-semester class planning guide to preview the steps required to complete your degree.

  • Related Majors

    If you have interest in intercultural studies, learn more about other degree programs the Bible, Religion & Ministry Division offers:

    Internship Locations

    100% of Cornerstone University's traditional undergraduate students complete an internship experience.

    Intercultural studies majors have received hands-on, professional training as interns with these organizations:

    • NeurocorePro
    • Up and Out Ministries

Career Outcomes

  • Megan Blough serves as a missionary in South Africa.
  • Jim Kast-Keat works as the fifty6 Pastor at Mars Hill Bible Church.