Program

The ARRIBA! minor is part of a Biblical Studies major at Faith. The Biblical Studies major gives you a strong background in Biblical and theological studies so you are prepared to serve Christ with effectiveness in the United States or another country.

If you are interested in the ARRIBA! program, contact the Faith Admissions Office early in your college career for further details of this program and the courses you take. Normally an ARRIBA! student can CLEP out of two years of Spanish.

Courses

In addition to courses in a regular Biblical Studies program, students in the ARRIBA! program take classes on the field such as Elementary and Intermediate Spanish, Anthropology and Communication, Personal Evangelism in Hispanic Culture, Linguistics and Language Learning, Field Biology, and Latin American History.

ARRIBA Course

 

ARRIBA! Minor
    ARRIBA! is a unique program that combines a Biblical Studies degree with a year of study in Peru, South America. This year of on-the-job training, normally taken in the junior year, allows the student an opportunity to learn the Spanish language, live with Peruvian believers, experience life in a different cultural setting, and work with missionaries. If you are interested in the ARRIBA! program, contact the Admissions Office early in your college career for additional information.

   Contact the Faith Admissions Office for the further details of this program and the courses you take. Normally an ARRIBA! student can CLEP out of two years of Spanish.

Ministry Opportunities

Spending a year in the ARRIBA! program will help you see the world from a new perspective. If the Lord leads you into vocational missionary service, this year in Peru will be an invaluable foundation for a life of fruitful missionary service. If you serve in other ministries, the ARRIBA! program will make you a more effective worker and supporter of missionaries.

Overview

 

ARRIBA! Minor
ARRIBA! is a unique program in partnership with Baptist Mid-Missions that combines a Biblical Studies degree with a year of study in Peru, South America. This year of on-the-job training, normally taken in the junior year, allows the student an opportunity to learn the Spanish language, live with Peruvian believers, experience life in a different cultural setting, and work with missionaries. If you are interested in the ARRIBA! program, contact the Admissions Office early in your college career for information, including costs and the courses you will take. Normally an ARRIBA! student can CLEP out of two years of Spanish.

ARRIBA! Costs

• Baptist Mid-Missions Costs

Airfare from Cleveland

        $  1,800
Monthly allowance         $  5,962
Field trips, service fees, etc.         $  1,500
Visa and carnet expenses

        $     450

Estimated taxes        $    800
Subtotal                                     $10,512

 

 

• Tuition Costs

Tuition (32 hrs.@ $140)

                 $ 4,480
Books, supplies, fees                  $    490
Administrative fees                  $    500
Subtotal

                 $ 5,740

Grand Total                                $15,982

 

 

 

 

 

 

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