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Hispanic Studies Requirements and Suggested Schedule

Course Requirements are as follows (Total 135 Hours):

General Education, 45 hours, consisting of:
History of Western Civilization, 6 hours; English, 6 hours; General Psychology, 3 hours; Speech Communication, 3 hours; Literature (English or American), 3 hours; Introduction to Philosophy, 3 hours; Biological Science, 3 hours; Cultural Anthropology, 3 hours; Spanish Language, 12 hours; College Study Skills, 1 hour; General Electives, 2 hours; Basic Spanish 1 hours (NH to major).

Bible/Theology, 45 hours, consisting of:
Bible Survey, 6 hours; Gospels, 6 hours; Pentateuch I, 3 hours; Acts, 3 hours; Biblical Hermeneutics, 3 hours; Corinthian Epistles, 3 hours; Romans, 3 hours; Christian Beliefs, 3 hours; Theology of Holiness, 3 hours; Systematic Theology, 6 hours; Bible/Theology Electives, 6 hours.

Professional Education, 45 hours, consisting of :
Personal Evangelism, 3 hours; Survey of Missions, 3 hours; Principles of Missions, 3 hours; Contemporary Missions, 3 hours; Church History I, 3 hours; Introduction to Homiletics, 3 hours; Leadership & Administration, 3 hours; Ministry Team Building, 3 hours; Religions of the Hispanic World, 3 hours; Hispanic World View, 3 hours; Ministering to Hispanics, 3 hours; Spanish Ministry Practicum, 3 hours; Missionary Internship, 3 hours; Spanish Missionary Internship, 3 hours; Professional Electives, 3 hours (Ladies will be required to take Women in Cross-Cultural Ministry, 1 hour).

Missionary Internships are usually done in the summers between the sophomore and junior and senior years. The second internship required will most likely not be among Hispanics, thus providing a broader missionary experience for the student.

Suggested Schedule
(beginning even-numbered fall)