Occasionally students feel they need to change their originally declared major, i.e. they desire to change which degree they are working towards.

We recommend the student begin with focused prayer to determine whether the Lord is truly leading them in a new direction or whether they are just attracted to “greener pastures.”

To change your major, each course you have already completed must fit into the new degree requirements. This means some required courses in the original degree plan may become electives in the new degree plan. This reduces the student’s elective choices. If a student waits too long to make a change, he or she may have courses that will not be used at all towards their degree. Stated another way, the student may end up taking more courses than the degree requires. However, the real goal is to get a great Christian education. Nothing you learn is wasted. Some students intentionally take more electives than required to broaden their knowledge and better prepare them for their future ministry in God’s kingdom.

Redeeming the time, because the days are evil. – Ephesians 5:16