Religion, Biblical Studies, Theology, Intercultural Studies, Philosophy, Worship Arts, and Ministry (Christian, Youth, & Children’s)
Biblical Languages; Biblical Literature; Children’s Ministry; Christian Ministry; Intercultural Studies; Philosophy; Religion; Youth Ministry; Worship Arts
Ministry is a unique calling. At Eastern Nazarene College, students answer their call in a supportive community built on faith and grounded in educational excellence. Students are provided with a rigorous curriculum and develop leadership skills, preparing them for their calling and deepening their faith.
Region majors take core classes focused on biblical history, theology, and ministry. Courses like Survey of the History of Christianity, Doctrine of Holiness, and Senior Seminar expand their knowledge and provide hands-on experience so they may minister in innovative, creative and effective ways.
Additionally, students may augment the religion major by adding either a biblical literature or theology and philosophy track. The religion double major track affords students the opportunity to also major in social work (BA), communications arts (BA), journalism and writing (BA), or computer science (BA).
Class sizes are small to ensure students have the opportunity for community with professors and peers, engaged classroom discussion, and faculty-led research. At Eastern Nazarene College, the faculty takes interest in each and every student, helping them realize their calling and achieve their highest potential.
- Religion (General Track)
- Religion (Biblical Literature Track)
- Religion (Theology & Philosophy Track)
- Religion (Double Major Track)
- Intercultural Studies (General Track)
- Intercultural Studies (Double Major Track)
- Christian Ministry (Ordination Track)
- Youth Ministry (Ordination Track)
- Children’s Ministry (Ordination Track)
- Worship Arts
- Biblical Languages
- Biblical Literature
- Children’s Ministry
- Christian Ministry
- Intercultural Studies
- Philosophy; Religion
- Youth Ministry
- Worship Arts
Program Requirements and Course Descriptions
See all the details about program requirements and course descriptions in the ENC Course Catalog:
Students are exceptionally well prepared to continue on to seminary or apply to graduate programs.
For course descriptions, requirements, focus areas, options, and other program details see the full current undergraduate catalog.