Christian Studies, B.A.

The Christian Studies program focuses on a scholarly and faithful engagement with Scripture. It includes an introduction to a broad range of the Christian traditions and church history. Students have the opportunity to authentically examine foundational beliefs, practices and questions of the faith.

How Campbell Leads

  • An active Christian Studies Club hosts regular social and service events, fostering a tight-knit community.
  • Annual study abroad opportunities led by Christian Studies faculty.
  • Small faculty-to-student ratios allow students to engage in personalized study in the fields of theology, ethics, Old and New Testament, ministry and church history.
  • Endowed departmental scholarships available.
  • Strong relationship with the University’s Divinity School provides opportunities to participate in chapel services, special programming, and networking.
  • Access to part-time and full-time church positions for students.

Classes in youth and family ministry, discipleship, Christian community and other related topics help students discern their vocational callings and interests.

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  • Pastor/minister
  • Youth minister
  • Missionary
  • Church planter
  • Public health worker
  • Social worker
  • Lawyer
  • Journalist
  • Counselor
  • Chaplain
  • Religious scholar
  • Professor/teacher
  • Non-profit agency
  • Psychology
  • History
  • Business