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Studying the Classical Liberal Arts


Biblical and Theological Studies

The BTS concentration equips students to meet contemporary challenges, and to understand the difference theology makes for Bible teaching, missions, counseling, social work, international relief and refugee work, as well as for graduate study in those fields.


Business, Economic, and Entrepreneurship

Through the BEE concentration, Providence prepares graduates to be innovators and leaders within an interconnected, dynamic economy, able to work expertly, confidently, and ethically at every stage of their career.



The Education concentration at Providence Christian College is designed to equip students to teach from a distinctly Christian perspective, while providing opportunities to observe and serve in local schools under the mentoring guidance of master Christian teachers.


English and Communications

The ENC Concentration explores fundamental questions of human existence and experience, such as “Who are we?” “Why are we here?” and “How should we live?” through a specific engagement with the God-given gifts of writing and speech from a Christian perspective.


Health and Life Sciences

Providence Christian College’s Health and Life Science Concentration exists to prepare students interested in the fields of Physical or Occupational Therapy, Nursing, Pre-Med programs, Athletic Training or Exercise Science, and Nutrition.


Media, Culture, and the Arts

The MCA concentration equips students with the ability to understand and evaluate contemporary culture by providing a sound overview of what culture is, how it is part of God’s redemptive providential plan, how it is best interpreted, and how it relates to the central events, issues and ideas that have shaped our world.


Philosophy, Politics, and History

The PPH concentration explores big questions of human nature, human culture, and human communities by examining what is real, how that can be known, and how we should then live out the answers to such questions and investigate how they affect both our past and present.



The Psychology concentration is designed to equip students with the ability to understand and practice within fields associated with psychology by providing a sound overview of the psychology discipline from an informed and Reformed Christian worldview for the good of others and the glory of God.


Dr. David Corbin

Vice President for Academics
& Professor of Politics

Dr. Scott Swanson

Professor of Biblical
& Theological Studies

Dr. John Cunningham

Associate Professor of Humanities

Brandon Addison

Preceptor in Business

Danielle Alsky

Preceptor in English and Writing Center Director

Jan Van Spronsen

Director of Academic Resource Center, Director of Institutional Assessment, Disability Coordinator, Preceptor in Education

Alan Armes

Lecturer in Film and Video Production

Ben Austin

Preceptor in New Testament Studies

Dr. Jim Belcher

Lecturer in Politics

Julie Bykerk

Lecturer in Education

Valentin Gonzalez-Bohorquez

Lecturer in Spanish

Dianne Harmel

Lecturer in Music

Walker Haynes

Lecturer in Drama

Paul Jimenez

Kuyper Fellow in Humanities and the Moral Sciences

Flora Krook

Lecturer in English and Literature

Isaiah Lin

Lecturer in Philosophy

Sam Mahtani

Lecturer in Sports Psychology


Lecturer in Biology

Dr. Lawrence Mumford

Visiting Lecturer in Music

Dan Newkirk

Visiting Lecturer in Natural Science

Dr. Chuck Ryor

Lecturer in Communication Arts

Tim Scheuers

Lecturer in History

Joana Schiestl

Lecturer in Sociology

Peter Uwarow

Preceptor in Literature