The Doctor of Philosophy in Intercultural Studies (Ph.D. in Intercultural Studies) degree is the highest level of degree someone can achieve in relation to missions work. Students build on their theological foundations by rigorously studying theology and history of missions, sociological principles, intercultural practices, and leadership principles, among other disciplines. Students will also perform original in-depth research and professional academic writing in an area of their interest.
Some seminaries require that Ph.D. in Intercultural Studies students already have several years of experience in intercultural work. Most seminaries offer several tracks for the Ph.D. in Intercultural Studies so that students can study specific fields in which they are interested or in which they are already working. Upon graduation, Ph.D. in Intercultural Studies students will be prepared to teach, lead missions organizations, or work in traditional missions.
Seminaries with Accredited Doctor of Philosophy in Intercultural Studies Degrees
- Fuller Theolgoical Semianry (Ph.D. in Intercultural Studies)
More accredited seminary degrees related to missions and other subjects:
- Doctor of Missiology degrees
- Doctor of Minsitry degrees
- Doctor of Philosophy degrees
- Master of Arts in Interculatural Studies degrees
- Master of Arts in Global Leadership degrees
See the many additional accredited seminary degrees that students pursue.