Welcome to the School of Creative Expression @ Missional University!

The School of Creative Expression enables Christian believers to communicate a gospel witness in various forms, media and styles to bring glory to God through worship and service.  The School of Cultural Expression equips missional leaders in foundational courses in cultural studies and then adds practical courses in media arts, music arts, theatre arts and worship studies.  Whether you need to learn how to use social media, multimedia, visual communications, graphic design or broadcast journalism - Missional University will give you the tools to serve in secular and faith-based organizations as a Christian witness.  Through music arts, you can be equipped in songwriting and the music industry in addition leading worship.  Creative worship is extended through story telling and the theatre arts.  

The School of Creative Expression has programs that lead to Certificates in Communication Studies, an Associate of Communication Studies, a Bachelor of Communication Studies (completion degree), a Graduate Certificate in Communication Studies, and a Master of Communication Studies.  Communication studies at Missional University equip Christian believers to serve in the mission of God through using various communication media.  The School of Cultural Expression also provides certificate, Associate and Bachelor completion programs in Worship Studies.

Our Course Subject Areas

  • ANM = Animation Studies
  • ART = Art Studies
  • COM = Communication
  • CUL = Cultural Studies
  • DGR = Digital Graphics
  • DRA = Drawing & Painting
  • EMU = Ethnomusicology
  • ENG = English
  • FTH = Film & Theatre Studies
  • ITM = Information Technology Management
  • JRN = Journalism
  • MED = Media Studies
  • MWS = Music & Worship Studies
  • PUB = Publications

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Educational Level: Upper undergraduate, Bachelor
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Dr. Julisa Rowe

Course Description:

An exploration of the process and dynamics of intercultural communication. Emphasis is placed on modifying stereotypes, active listening, and understanding cultural differences.

How This Course Benefits Students:

The course will help students be more effective in relating to diverse individuals and groups in our globalized world.

Why This Course Is Important:

In our globalized world, we need to be equipped to more effectively understand others and ourselves. This will open opportunities for constructive dialogue and ministry in various contexts.