EMC4970EN - Missional College Bachelor Portfolio or Project

Course description

Provides you and opportunity to create a compilation of educational evidence enabling you to reflect on and assess your progress as a learner throughout your degree program and to document your accomplishments. Your project may become a vital part of your employment resume. Specific course numbers by department include: EMC 4971 - Mission Studies

How this course benefits students

EMC 4972 - Cultural Studies

Why this course is important

Students provide evidence of their growth in understanding sociocultural contexts missional ministry and practice.

Credit hours
3 hours
Subject area
Experiential Learning TMC
Educational level
Learning type
Upcoming terms
* Schedule subject to change. Please contact the Registrar's office with schedule questions.

How this course relates to missional core values

Biblically based

EMC 4973 - Ethnic & Reconciliation Studies

Missionally driven

EMC 4974 - Diaspora Studies

Contextually informed

EMC 4975 - World Religions.

Interculturally focused

Students gain an opportunity to reflect upon all course learning and to integrate it into a useful culminating project.

Practically minded

Portfolios and projects are rooted in the New Testament concept of "witness" as the person who explains what he has seen and heard.

Experientially transformed

Students will reflect upon and provide evidence of growth in their understanding of and participation in missio dei.