Campus: Taylor University Online, Fort Wayne IN
Credit Hours: 3
Description:Comparative study of human cultures (past and present): technological, economical, political, religious, kinship and family systems, with examples from selected cultures throughout the world. Topics include culture change, worldview and perception, and Christian applications, such as cross cultural communication of the gospel. The course will present a Christian perspective on anthropology and an anthropological perspective on Christianity.
Special Info:This course is competency based. The student can move as quickly through the course as desired. Completion is achieved when competencies are attained. Student has four months from date of course registration to complete the course. A four-month extension is available at an additional fee.
Tuition Fee Info:
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Instate Undergraduate Fee:$350 per credit hour
Out of State Undergraduate Fee:$350 per credit hour
Program Information:Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies
Associate of Arts in Justice Administration � Ministry Concentration
Associate of Arts in Justice Administration � Public Policy Concentration
Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts � Interdisciplinary Concentration
Certificate in Mission Studies
Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts � History Concentration
Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts � Social Science Concentration
Subject Area: Sociology