Why study intercultural studies at Oak Hills?

This program is designed for the student who desires to live and work as a disciple of Christ in a multi-cultural world. The student will be prepared to pursue a chosen career in any North American or international cultural or multi-cultural setting.

Who Should Apply?

Those with a desire pursue their career interests in any cultural or international setting. Those with a passion to love and serve God among the nations.

What Careers Will I Be Prepared For?
The knowledge and skills gained in the Intercultural Studies

126 credits required

  • Intercultural Studies (36 credits)
  • Biblical Studies (40 credits)
  • General Education (30 credits)
  • Free Electives (20 credits)

Required Courses and Course Descriptions

major will prepare students for intercultural work in North America or internationally. This program combines biblical and intercultural studies and encourages students to take courses in the areas of their career interests. Education, government, business, non-governmental and mission organizations seek individuals able to work across cultural boundaries.


Meet Your Director

Dr. Sue Glidden

Director: Adult and Professional Studies, Intercultural Studies
Instructor: Biblical Studies, Leadership and Ministry, Intercultural Studies.

B.A. in Bible and Theology
Bethel College, St. Paul, MN
M.A. in Linguistics
University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND
Ph.D. in Education
Capella University, Minneapolis, MN

Sue Glidden
OHCC Admissions Office, 1600 Oak Hills Road SW, Bemidji, MN 56601 local: 218-751-8670, ext. 1285, toll-free: 866-307-OHCC admissions@oakhills.edu