The King's College

Academics

WORLD-CLASS ACADEMICS. CHRISTIAN WORLDVIEW.

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 empower them to change it through growing in wisdom and character. Graduates speak truth with force and flair, and they lead with integrity and excellence.

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

All students take the entire Core Curriculum throughout each four-year program to develop a broad and coherent intellectual foundation for informed and thoughtful leadership in successful careers after graduation.

This interdisciplinary approach comprises the ruling disciplines of politics, philosophy, and economics in tandem with the traditional liberal arts—history, literature, theology, science, and math.

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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 fifteen minors support each major of study, so that students graduate with an impressive, agile intellect, and a dependable ability to influence our culture.

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 

CULTURE AND THE ARTS

ECONOMICS

FINANCE

HISTORY

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

JOURNALISM

LITERATURE

MEDIA STUDIES

PHILOSOPHY

POLITICS

PRE-LAW

TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION, AND DESIGN

THEOLOGY

Acting President Tim Gibson speaking to students
Study Abroad

Tour the ancient biblical sites of Israel, study with Oxford tutors, or explore the museums and churches of Europe: we offer a range of international trips each year. Let culture, art, and history come alive as you study abroad with fellow classmates and professors.

Learn more about Study Abroad