Gain specialized training and business knowledge taught by exceptional regionally recognized faculty.
Actuarial science is a growing field that allows you to blend your proficiency in math with statistical methods.
Explore African history, religion, politics, contemporary challenges, multi-cultural perspectives and more.
Discover a broad-ranging, interdisciplinary approach to American culture and history.
Expand your knowledge of literature, history, political science and more through American Studies. This broad curriculum is for those who want to understand how we fit into the global society.
An applied computer science minor provides a broad introduction to the field of computer science and the tools to create technology solutions for application in your field of interest.
Explore and understand our fascinating solar system, stars, galaxies and universe through an Astronomy minor.
Designed to provide you with creative and analytical insight into the involvement of chemistry and biology in the world.
Tailor your B.A. or B.S. degree in biology to your interests in sciences, research, graduate school and more.
The biology minor provides a background in basic sciences, combining personal research and lab fieldwork.
Tailored for adult learners, this major provides a broad business background and preparation for an MBA.
A minor in business teaches you the valuable fundamentals of accounting, finance, management, marketing and more.
Preparation to serve in youth and family ministry, justice ministry, chaplaincy, and faith-based nonprofit work.
A rich learning experience that prepares you for a wide array of professional counseling settings.
Our unique, three-year MDiv program seeks to shape the entire person for faithful service to the church and to the world.
Tailor your experience to your professional interests in human services management, addictions counseling or career development.
Provide skilled treatment that helps individuals achieve independence in all facets of their lives.
You will be formed and nurtured to exhibit a solid understanding of scripture, theology and church history, as well as an ability to interpret and communicate the Gospel.