BECOME THE COMMUNICATOR THE WORLD IS SEEKING
We use communication every day, and in more ways, than we realize. Whether it’s the media we watch and listen to or the ways we engage in our interpersonal relationships, we are always participating in communication. It’s everywhere. That’s why in the humanities division we put such an emphasis on cultivating students who understand how to communicate while incorporating a Christian worldview.
“The heart of the wise makes his speech judicious and adds persuasiveness to his lips.” – Proverbs 16:23
DIVISION OF HUMANITIES
- High School Completion or GED
- High School GPA 2.5
- The Humanities Division has eleven bachelor’s programs.
- Classes for all of the programs are available on campus.
- Ministry and Associate Programs are available online.
- The time it takes to complete the program is dependent on the number of transfer credits awarded upon enrollment.
- Collaborative and Virtuous
- Civic and Social Literacy
- Devoted and Self-Aware
- Philosophical and Ethical Literacy
- Discerning and Entrepreneurial
- Quantitative and Analytical Literacy
- Resilient and Responsive
- Vocational and Holistic Health Literacy
- Foundational: 15 Credit Hours
- Liberal Arts: 28 Credit Hours
- Department Core: 37 Credit Hours
- Major Core: 26 Credits
- Persuasion and Argumentation
- Public Relations
- Media Production 1 and 2
- Introduction to Creative Writing
- British Literature 1 and 2
- Creative Writing
- Theology of Worship
- Biblical Interpretation
- Biblical Greek 1 and 2
- Youth Ministry 1 and 2
- Music Theory 1 and 2
- Studio Production Techniques
The applied ministry major is designed for those planning on engaging in tent-making ministries such as church planting or bi-vocational ministry, or for those who are planning to enter para-church ministries like Christian camping, working in media, running a homeless shelter or fighting human trafficking. The program equips students with a strong foundation in theology, ministry skills, and biblical studies. Beyond that, students are encouraged to choose electives which will address their specific calling and meet their personal ministry-related goals.
The Associate of Arts program allows students to enhance their learning by enrolling in a curriculum that will provide the foundation related to a specific discipline. This gives the student freedom to pursue whatever they desire from a liberal arts perspective.
Check out more on the Associates program page.
The Communication majors at Central Christian College of Kansas are dedicated to training, equipping, and sending out students who can impact the world. Courses are designed to aid students in the careers of their choice through proficiency in the use of language media as a vocational and ministry tool.
Studies in contemporary music will sharpen songwriting and performance skills, develop a working knowledge of music technology, explore music business, and help shape a philosophy of music as a tool to minister to people within our contemporary culture. Career goals would include church music ministry (traditional & contemporary), music education, professional/vocational performance, writing, composition, songwriting, producer, as well as graduate studies.
The English Major offers studies in writing, detailed studies of literature, and introductory studies in modern literary theory all of which will engage students to explore the relationships between literature and their faith in Jesus Christ. A full course of study in English enables students to interpret and synthesize complex information; competently and creatively communicate as well as employ adaptable research and problem-solving skills. Therefore, the BS with English Major will serve as a foundational degree that offers excellent training for a wide variety of employment opportunities including writing, editing, journalism, ministry, law, public relations, education, and business.
Students pursuing a music degree will have the opportunity to focus on traditional music, music ministry, and contemporary music, where students can develop musical knowledge and skills within an evangelical Christian worldview. A music degree will open up the opportunity to attend graduate school, become a worship leader, or pursue a career in music business or songwriting.
Students seeking to develop the necessary skills to become effective ministers to youth and/or children, will find the comprehensive and practical depth of the Student Ministry major outstanding. Attention is given to providing students with an understanding of the development of the child/adolescent, as well as biblical, theological and theoretical foundation needed to develop and maintain an effective ministry to students. The major offers a balance between coursework and hands-on training.
Visit the Ministry and Theology Page for more Information!
The objective of the Worship Arts major is to prepare students to be dynamic leaders of worship as a vocational ministry. Students gain a solid foundation in biblical theology as well as experience with all aspects of worship –technology, planning, and leadership. Besides the core worship arts courses, students declare an area of emphasis in music, drama, or art. An internship gives ample opportunity for putting classroom skills to practical use.
Visit the Ministry and Theology Page for more Information!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do I apply?
How long will it take?
Masters students can finish in as little as 18 months. Each class is six weeks and the program consists of 12 courses so that equals one and a half years. Imagine in a little over a year you could have already earned your masters degree!
Bachelors students can finish in 3.5 years even less if you have other college or dual credit classes.
Do you offer financial aid?
We do! Our financial aid office can help you get your federal financial aid and loans figured out.
Do you offer scholarships for Humanities?
There are several opportunities at Central Christian College to receive scholarships by utilizing your talents in areas such as sports, music or academic achievements.
How do I schedule a visit to campus?
To schedule a visit go to Preview.centralchristian.edu or call or text 620-241-0723 to schedule an in person or virtual visit.
What do you mean by character?
Great question! The simple answer is that we define character in four segments, heart, mind, soul, strength and the 8 character traits as listed below.
- HEART- We believe that graduates should demonstrate civic and moral leadership, in order “to do good; seek justice, and correct oppression.”
- SOULS-We believe graduates should demonstrate an appreciation for the Lordship of Christ, “not lagging in diligence, fervent in spirit, serving the Lord.”
- MIND-We believe graduates should demonstrate reasoned and productive lifestyles, filled with the “Spirit of God, with wisdom, with understanding, with knowledge, and with all kinds of skills.”
- STRENGTH- We believe graduates should demonstrate dispositional strength and behavioral readiness, so that they “never tire of doing what is good”.