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Academics

WORLD-CLASS ACADEMICS. CHRISTIAN WORLDVIEW.

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At The King's College, we equip young men and women to shape and lead the world's most influential institutions. We study great and profound ideas and challenge students to measure these ideas against the truths of Scripture. 

Rather than sheltering our students from mainstream society, we equip them to change it through growing in wisdom and character. Graduates speak truth with force and flair, and they lead with integrity and excellence.

core curriculum

The Core Curriculum is the foundation of a King's education. 

All students take the entire Core Curriculum throughout each four-year program in order to develop a cohesive and extensive intellectual foundation for advanced thought leadership and successful careers after graduation.

This interdisciplinary, holistic approach comprises the classical disciplines—history, literature, theology, science, and math—in tandem with the contemporary ruling disciplines of politics, philosophy, and economics.

programs

minors

One of the great strengths of The King’s College education is the interdisciplinary nature of the curriculum. Students explore a wide range of ideas and topics, but, most importantly, they study the relationships between ideas, generating interest in and recognition of the value of multiple disciplines. Our eleven minors support each major of study, so that students graduate with an impressive, agile intellect, and a dependable ability to influence our culture.

faculty

Meet the King's faculty: Christian men and women who take teaching, scholarship, and faith seriously.

study abroad

WHY READ ABOUT IT WHEN YOU CAN SEE IT FOR YOURSELF?

The classroom spills into the City of Light for a six-week summer study program. In the Paris summer study program, you'll experience the history, art, and culture of one of the world's great cities while earning six hours of academic credit.

Study French art, culture, and civilization in the classroom and during educational visits to the Louvre, the Cathedral of Notre Dame, and the Palace of Versailles. Enjoy trips to museums, churches, and monuments that complement in-class study. 

Live like a Parisian in a fully-equipped apartment, shopping for groceries, cooking for friends, and grabbing a croissant or espresso in the mornings at your corner cafe. And spend your long weekends exploring Paris—and points beyond. 

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SCHOLARSHIP FOR CHURCH AND CULTURE, IN HISTORY'S SHADOW

The Summit Oxford Study Centre is an educational program combining the unique worldview approach of Summit Ministries with the academic strengths of Oxford University in England. At Summit Oxford, world-class scholars provide concentrated tutorials, customized for student groups.

Students are immersed in the mood and rhythm of Oxford life while honing their research, analysis, and communication skills in literature or law, politics or philosophy, theology, the arts, or sciences.

Students at Summit Oxford also participate in a dynamic four-week worldview course, helping them to see their studies through a theologically-informed lens.

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STUDY BIBLICAL PHILOSOPHY AND HEBRAIC HERITAGE

This program will guide Christian students from The King's College and other universities to appreciate the value of the "Judeo" in the "Judeo-Christian" intellectual tradition. This will involve a critical reading of the Hebrew biblical texts, investigation of the Hebraic tradition as it extends into Rabbinic Judaism and Christianity, and following those contributions into the mainstream of Western ideas up until today. Finally, the program will explore the impact of biblical ideas on modern-day Israel, and the Middle East, as well as on the relationship between Jews and contemporary Christianity and Islam.

The program features six weeks of course work based at The Herzl Institute in Jerusalem, including visits to key historical and archaeological sites and museums to enrich the Scriptural and Jewish cultural components. The program is co-directed by Jewish philosopher and political theorist Yoram Hazony of the Herzl Institute, author of The Philosophy of Hebrew Scripture, and Christian Bible scholar Dru Johnson of The King's College in New York, author of Biblical Knowing.

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Student Life

Academic lessons inform real-life experience. Join us in our largest classroom — New York City.

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