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- Applied Linguistics Major
- BA in Biblical Language
- BA in Biblical Studies
- BA in Children and Family Ministry
- BA in Music (Music Ministry)
- BA in Pre-Counseling and Human Services
- BA in TESOL
- Bible Secondary Education Major
- Biblical Exposition Major
- BMus in Music and Worship
- Elementary Education Major
- Evangelism/Discipleship Major
- Five-Year B.A./M.A. in Pastoral Ministry
- Intercultural Ministries Major
- Interdisciplinary Studies
- Jewish Studies Major
- Ministry to Victims of Sexual Exploitation Major
- Ministry to Women Major
- Pastoral Ministry Major
- Urban Ministries Major
- Youth Ministry Major
- Spiritual Enrichment
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Moody Media Lab
Within the Communications major, students participate in the Moody Media Lab, a student-run creative agency. The Media Lab runs on real-world projects and is always in high demand. Project proposals (both paid and unpaid) are selected and managed by the Agency Team each term, and The Media Lab develops and integrates creativity through both modern and classic communications tools: photography, videography, graphic design, fine art, speech, performance, recording arts, fiction and non-fiction writing.
Learn more at www.moodymedialab.com.
You will have a chance to work with faculty members in a variety of media teams, including:
Additionally, you will have the opportunity to serve with various communications related student groups, including:
Moody Communications students have opportunities to work and gain experience at Moody's media ministries—Moody Radio and Moody Publishers. Moody Bible Institute is the only place in the world where students have access to two such iconic media establishments.
Internships are an opportunity for communications students to gain invaluable hands-on training. Students have served as interns and often continue to work after graduation with numerous churches and organizations spanning Moody’s vast ministry network, including:
Class sizeYour classes will generally range from 10-25 students, providing you with the ability to interact personally with faculty and peers.
— Lara, Chattanooga, Tenn.
B.A. in Communications