Judeo-Christian Heritage

The Judeo-Christian Heritage major offers a comprehensive liberal arts education for those with a special interest in historical and contemporary Christianity, theology and ethics. Biblical and modern languages, history, sociology, topics in Christianity and the world religions join a range of business classes to prepare students for success in church work and leadership roles and/or further theological study.

The major is also offered as the undergraduate portion of Concordia’s 5-year Center for Contextual Leadership program. This tuition-scholarship option requires a pastor’s nomination, a 5-year post-graduation commitment to church work, and other considerations. Read more about the Center for Contextual Leadership here

Sample Courses

  • Composition and Rhetoric
  • Courses on the Bible
  • Liturgy and Hymnody
  • Global Christianity
  • Biblical Greek
  • Biblical Hebrew
  • World Religions
  • Principles of Management
  • Religious Education and the Role of the Christian Teacher
  • Issues in Modern Theology