The Associate of Arts in Business will introduce students to foundational business principles and equips them with the essential skills needed for both non-profit and for-profit business organizations.
Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice gives an overview of the field and the unique challenges of law enforcement and the criminal justice system.
Are you unsure of what degree to pursue? Do you want a solid biblical foundation before continuing further studies? Do you want to discover God’s will for your life?
The Associate of Arts in Human Services lays a foundation for those interested in serving individuals, families, and society.
The Associate of Arts in Leadership & Ministry is for adults involved in or preparing for ministry as a vocation or avocation.
The Associate of Arts in Psychology has been designed to prepare graduates with the skills necessary to understand human behavior and respond to diverse populations. An understanding of the science of psychology is beneficial in today’s job market more than ever before. The ability to understand human behavior from a culturally intelligent perspective is essential in today’s global marketplace.
The Bachelor of Science in Business builds on the foundation of key business principles from a biblical worldview.
The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice will build on the associate’s degree to prepare students to be involved in the criminal justice system from a Christian perspective.
The Bachelor of Science in Human Services will provide a comprehensive understanding of helping and healing relationships that enable graduates to serve individuals, families, and society.
The Bachelor of Science in Leadership & Ministry degree is for adults involved in or preparing for ministry as a vocation. Students are challenged to think biblically about all aspects of life, develop spirituality in themselves and others, enhance their ministry skills and engage with the world.
The Bachelor of Science in Psychology has been designed to prepare graduates to go beyond diagnosing and treating mental illness. Students majoring in the science of psychology learn how to ethically use research to improve people’s lives with respect to family, employment, and recreation.
As part of the Human Services Major, this concentration will prepare students to understand the benefits of aging and challenges faced by senior citizens in a variety of areas.