Bachelor of Arts in Humanities

Why Study Humanities at CIU?

By studying Humanities at Columbia International University, you’ll learn how to think critically and lay a foundation for learning and intellectual growth – a plus to any career choice. You will also develop a biblical worldview as you study philosophy, literature, culture and language – vital preparation for graduate studies, including seminary.    

Your Future

A degree in Humanities opens the door to a variety of careers as employers increasingly demand that college graduates know how to think critically and creatively to find new solutions to old problems. Plus, the Humanities program lays a solid foundation for graduate and seminary studies.

For those who desire to obtain a basic understanding of the Bible, the principles of Bible interpretation, and essential skills and background. Many students continue their education in other academic and professional fields.

Objectives

  • Evidence of a basic understanding of the Bible's content
  • Utilize correctly standard principles of Bible interpretation
  • Demonstrate a meaningful engagement with a local church

Completion Requirements

  • A minimum 60 total semester hours of credit.
  • A minimum 12 semester hours of Bible/theology.
  • A minimum cumulative 2.0 GPA at the time of graduation.
  • Complete 80 clock hours of Christian Service Learning.
  • Residence requirement: Complete a minimum of 15 semester hours of coursework through CIU.
  • Satisfactory evidence of sound Christian character and doctrinal views. A student will not be accepted as a candidate for a degree who denies any of the doctrines as stated in the Doctrinal Standard, who affirms error in Scripture, or who believes in the ultimate salvation of all people. (Exception: A candidate does not have to affirm the premillennial position expressed in section 8 of the Doctrinal Standard.)
  • Read the Bible in its entirety at least once during time at CIU. This reading may be done in conjunction with class assignments. Bible reading completed in conjunction with courses transferred in from another school is accepted.
Format
On Campus