Requirements for a Maior in Missions. Twenty-eight units of upper division work are required for a major. Students also are encouraged to enroll in the Practical Missionary Training program conducted during the summer in Cuba and Haiti under the direction of Mr. Smith for which 6 elective units may be earned. 301. INTRODUCTION TO MISSIONS. (2) An overview of the world of missions. A discussion of the Christian's responsi­ bility in giving the Gospel to the whole world as viewed from Biblical, philosophical, and practical standpoints . 302. SURVEY OF MISSiONS. (2) A study of mission fields and mission societies of our present day, showing oppor­ tunities for missionary service. 303-304. MISSIONARY ORIENTATION. (3-3) A study of the actual methods and problems of missionary work, with emphasis on the indigenous church and the missionary's relationship to his fellow-workers, his mission board, governments, and his supporters at home. 305. HISTORY OF MISSIONS. (2) The history of missions from Apostolic times to the present with special attention given to the study of mission fields, mission societies, and significant missionary biographies. 306. HISPANIC WORLD. (2) A survey of the Hispanic world; its history (civil and religious), culture, thought, and religious literature. 308. ASIATIC CULTURE. (2) An integrated study of the physical, social, political and economic problems in the light of missionary work. 310. AFRICAN CULTURE. (2) An integrated study of the physical, social, political and economic problems m the light of missionary work. 312. JEWISH MISSIONS. (2) The history of the Jews, their festivals and customs, their fundamental beliefs; effective methods of evangelization. 401-402. MISSIONARY SEMINAR. (3-3) A practical course correlating and integrating the various offerings in the depart­ ment. Special investigation of present missionary opportunities, using the latest films and missionaries from various parts of the world. 403-404. PHILOSOPHY OF MISSIONS. (2-2) A comprehensive study of world missions designed for students working toward the teaching credential with missionary service in view. Essential studies in Missions 301, 302, and 303-304 included. 405-406. COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS. (2-2) (1) A study of the great ethnic religions of the world, their philosophies, doc­ trines, and practices. (2) A study of modern religious movements from source materials presenting the actual teaching of the founders and leaders with emphasis upon corresponding teaching of the Bible. 36

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