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The Bob and Hazel Hoskins School of Mission, within SEU’s Barnett College of Ministry & Theology, provides students with interdisciplinary degree programs, which combine ministry and marketplace skills for roles of Spirit-empowered leadership. It prepares cross-cultural missional leaders for effective organizational and entrepreneurial leadership — both in the U.S. and internationally.

Programs of Study

The purpose of the School of Mission is to impart this same spirit — along with the philosophical, theological, sociological, organizational, and professional skills required to live it out — to a new generation of leaders. United by a vision to disciple nations to the obedience of faith in Christ, these leaders will be empowered to serve in diverse contexts and across all sectors of society. The School of Mission features an undergraduate academic program with both cultural courses and foreign language courses combined with theology and ministerial courses. The school also features two master’s programs with mission-focused courses as a part of Southeastern’s partnership with our OneHope.

The Why

The purpose of the School of Mission is to impart this same spirit — along with the philosophical, theological, sociological, organizational, and professional skills required to live it out — to a new generation of leaders. United by a vision to disciple nations to the obedience of faith in Christ, these leaders will be empowered to serve in diverse contexts and across all sectors of society. The School of Mission features an undergraduate program and two master’s programs with mission-focused courses as a part of Southeastern’s partnership with OneHope.

Bob & Hazel Hoskins

The lives of Bob & Hazel Hoskins can best be described by their commitment to the transforming work of God’s Word in the lives of believers and society as a whole. They have championed and led initiatives in many different sectors, including cross-cultural missions, the marketplace, government, arts and media, nonprofits, and both local and national church movements. They have continuously pioneered the work of Christ and encouraged others to be a part of this legacy.

Meet the Team

Rev. Anthony Roberts

Rev. Anthony Roberts is a scholar whose interests are at the intersection of theology, constructions of human difference, and the Spirit. Much of his ongoing doctoral work is concerned with making connections between Pentecostal thinking in the midst of the diversity of creation.
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Dr. Chad Causey

Dr. Chad Causey began to serve SEU in 2019 as an adjunct professor and helped develop two new graduate degree programs. In 2021, he accepted a full-time position with SEU, which is focused on leading and developing cross cultural and missional preparation degrees out of the Barnett School of Ministry and Theology.
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"The Hoskins School of Mission will equip students for missional ministry in the world that we live in today, which is complex and always changing."
Rev. Anthony Roberts