HUMANITIES & INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

humanities

Spurred by the “prophetic dream” in Scriptures of the banquet of nations, the College of Humanities and International Studies seeks to cultivate a biblical worldview centered on redemption, restoration, and reconciliation through Christ. Students explore disciplines that encourage cross cultural understanding such as linguistics, intercultural studies, and justice. The College of Humanities and International Studies recognizes the impact that a biblical worldview can have on every sphere of society and prepares men and women to be agents of God’s thinking and his hope throughout the world.

Course Credits Type Number
Communication and Culture 12 FLW Course HMT 041
Communication & Culture I 12 FLW Course HMT 243
Communication & Culture II 12 FLW Course HMT 244
Communication & Culture III 11 FLW Course HMT 245
Communication & Culture IV 11 FLW Course HMT 246
Communication & Culture V 11 FLW Course HMT 247
Community Development School 12 FLW Course DEV/HMT 365
Community Development School Field Assignment 12 FLW Course DEV/HMT 366
Engaging with God's World 12 FLW Core Course HMT/SCI 217
English Language Seminar 6 FLW Seminar HMT 143
Experience in Missions Leadership 12 FLW Course HMT 396
Field-based Contextualised Internship Phase 1 12 FLW Course HMT 237
Field-based Contextualised Internship Phase 2 12 FLW Course HMT 238
Field-based Culture Acquisition Internship Phase 1 12 FLW Course HMT 235
Field-based Culture Acquisition Internship Phase 2 12 FLW Course HMT 236
Field-Based Language Study 1 24 FLW Course HMT 233
Field-Based Language Study 2 24 FLW Course HMT 234
Foundations for Intercultural Studies 12 FLW Course HMT 271
Foundations for Intercultural Studies Field Assignment 12 FLW Course HMT 272
Government and International Studies 12 FLW Course HMT 265
Government and International Studies Field Assignment FLW Course HMT 266
Humanities & Science: A Christian Perspective 12 FLW Core Course HMT/SCI 211
Introduction to Ethnolinguistics and Cultural Studies 12 FLW Course HMT 231
Introduction to Ethnolinguistics and Cultural Studies Field Assignment 12 FLW Course HMT 232
Intro to Ethno-linguistics & Cultural Studies Seminar FLW Seminar HMT 131
Islamic Studies Seminar 4 FLW Seminar HMT 183
Missions Strategies 8 FLW Course HMT 199
New Korea Servant Seminar 2 FLW Seminar HMT 125
New Testament Greek 12 FLW Course CHR/HMT 258
Old Testament Hebrew 12 FLW Course CHR/HMT 257
Oral Tradition & Bible Translation 1 FLW Seminar HMT 124
Principles of Redeeming Cultures 12 FLW Course ATS/HMT 227
Reconciliation and Peace-Making Seminar 3 FLW Seminar HMT 164
School of Biblical Christian Worldview 12 FLW Core Course HMT/SCI 213
School of Biblical Christian Worldview Field Assignment 12 FLW Core Course HMT/SCI 214
School of Hindu Studies 12 FLW Course CHR/HMT 285
School of International Relations & Diplomacy FLW Course HMT 369
School of Islamic Studies 12 FLW Course CHR/HMT 283
School of Islamic Studies Field Assignment 12 FLW Course CHR/HMT 284
School of Legislative Advocacy and Social Change FLW Course HMT 368
School of Redemptive History FLW Course HMT 228
School of Redemptive History Field Assignment FLW Course HMT 229
School of Social Justice 12 FLW Course HMT 263
School of Social Justice Field Assignment 12 FLW Course HMT 264
Social Justice Seminar 6 FLW Seminar HMT 165
Social Justice Seminar Internship 6 FLW Seminar HMT 166
Spanish Language Seminar 4 FLW Seminar HMT 145
TESOL Practicum 6 FLW Seminar HMT 148
TESOL Seminar 6 FLW Seminar HMT 147
Transformation School 12 FLW Core Course HMT/SCI 215
Transformation School Field Assignment 12 FLW Course HMT/SCI 216
Worldview Seminar 6 FLW Seminar HMT 113
Worldview Seminar Practicum 6 FLW Seminar HMT 114

The UofN uses two types of credits, FLW (full learning weeks) and LCU (learning component units).

FLW credits are used with traditional residential courses and one of these credits requires a minimum of 50 hours of documented learning activities; these include our normal lectures, small groups, one-on-ones, etc.; and some of these activities are nonformal, in addition to the classroom activities and study assignments.

LCU credits are used for part-time programs like evening courses, intensive seminars, distance learning and other non-residential courses. Each LCU credit requires 25 hours of focused learning activities which can be spread over a period of time.

College Chair

Edgar Sherman

Contact Details

University of the Nations
College/Faculty of Humanities and International Studies
Jeugd Met Een Opdracht
Mussenkampseweg 32
8181 PK Heerde
Netherlands

Email

International Committee

  • Emmanuel Entee (St. Albans, UK)
  • Ricardo Rodriguez (Santiago, Chile)
  • David Stabler (Orlando, FL, USA)
  • Jan Warren (Perth, Australia)
  • Rebecca Koenig (Muizenberg, South Africa)

Academic Advisor

Ed Sherman - Email