COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS & DIPLOMACY (HMT 369)

Prequisites: An ACT Core Course or HMT 219 as agreed with a College Academic Advisor
Credits: 11 - 12

The School of International Relations & Diplomacy (SIRD) is designed to challenge students to develop a biblical perspective and worldview in the area of government, international relations, and diplomacy. It will equip students to engage on a deeper level in the sphere of government, while creating a strong academic and spiritual foundation on which they are able to build right thinking as they serve, wrestle, and engage in this sphere. In addition, it will equip students with greater understanding of international current events within a historical context. Students will learn about regional issues and conflicts from highly respected speakers who are either nationals or have lived and worked extensively in the regions of the world they teach about. The students will learn to become facilitators of peace, justice, and reconciliation in the domains of international relations and diplomacy.

Upcoming Dates

Course Location Credits Start
HMT 369 YWAM Harpenden 12 24 Sep 2017 15 Dec 2017