Christian Ministry Careers
Our graduates serve in church ministry, social agencies, the missionary field, teaching at the collegiate level, or para-church organizations (such as Youth For Christ and Young Life).
Many of our students transition into graduate programs at the Anderson University School of Theology and Christian Ministry, but others have attended Claremont School of Theology, Duke Divinity School, Union Theological Seminary, Vanderbilt University, Fuller Theological Seminary, and Asbury Theological Seminary.
Across the United States, more than 50% of majors in Christian ministry studies are from disciplines associated with the liberal arts and humanities.
Christian ministry majors, especially when combined with another major, have careers in social work, the legal profession (lawyer, law enforcement, judge), government work (e.g., international diplomacy), international business, and Peace and Conflict Resolution.