Missouri Baptist University’s Humanities Division provides curricula leading to professional certificates, general education and degree requirements in an environment where academic excellence is emphasized and a Christian perspective is maintained.
The Humanities Division seeks to give students a broad basis in the liberal arts tradition from a Christian worldview, integrating faith and learning in literature, languages, ethical and philosophical trends affecting the society of today; enhancing the development of a broad spiritual and intellectual foundation; and cultivating the ability to function efficiently in an increasingly diverse and global age.
The Religion faculty of Missouri Baptist University desires to assist churches in developing leaders with Christ-like characteristics so that they can extend Christ-like influence, by providing a master’s degree which is foundational and practical. This course of study has been designed in an effort to emphasize applicability to life, orientation toward the church, and fidelity to the biblical revelation.
MBU currently offers graduate certificates in apologetics, family ministry, intercultural studies, church planting, biblical counseling and pastoral ministries.