Huntington University is a Christian liberal arts college in Indiana

ministry & missions department

The Huntington University Department of Ministry and Missions offers both Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees with majors in missions, children’s ministry, youth ministries, recreation and sports ministry, and worship leadership. We offer minors in missions, youth ministries, worship leadership, and educational ministries.

Experience Counts

A key distinctive of our programs is PRIME, a a 7-month, full-time, off-campus ministry experience with intensive mentoring by a proven ministry leader. Many schools have internships, but PRIME is unique. It will change your life. Just ask these students who told us their stories from PRIME.

PRIME Internships in Ministry and MissionsPrograms that include PRIME are:

Flexible options

Interested in combining a ministry degree with a double-major in another discipline? Consider our Bachelor of Arts program in Educational Ministries.

Planning to serve in a cross-cultural or multi-lingual setting? Explore our Institute for TESOL Studies.

Program focus

Our mission is "to develop thoughtful and faithful leaders who will equip others for effective ministry." We are discipleship-based in our approach, and our primary task is to help you be prepared to implement biblically sound strategies for ministry. We value critical thinking, problem solving, and creativity while integrating biblical truth, evangelical theology, church history, and educational psychology and methodology.

alumni impact

Advantages of a Christian college education at Huntington University

Heather Stemen

Educational Ministries '10

Heather found her calling ministering at a shelter.

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news & events

Four seniors honored by the ministry and missions department The Huntington University ministry and missions department honored four seniors at the end of the 2013-2014 school year.
HU graduate receives IWS Award of Distinction for worship leadershipHuntington University 2014 graduate Alexandra Carlson, a worship leadership major from LaMoille, Ill., has been honored with an Award of Distinction for Outstanding Scholarship and Leadership in Christian Worship. It was presented by President James R. Hart of the Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies (IWS).