The B.A. in Third World Studies is required to be paired with any other major in the school. Its purpose is to provide the opportunity for students to study and experience the realities of life in developing nations as they work on their other major. Students take a range of courses that deal with the Third World, culminating in an intensive study abroad experience in a developing nation. Students explore core courses across a varitety of disciplines including anthropology and sociology, biblical and theological studies, economics, history, learning an indigenous language, political science, and psychology.