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Majors and Degree Programs

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    The BBA in Accounting is designed to prepare students for the role of accountant across various industries. Emphasis is placed on accumulating, communicating and analyzing financial data to determine its relevance for effective management, and to determine business decisions.

    Accounting certified public accountant, cpa
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    The Animation degree provides experience and training in 3D digital animation and traditional art and animation principles. Students learn principles of animation and cinematic theory, discipline-specific skills in a particular field of animation, and prepare to work professionally in animation and media-related industries.

    Animation
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    This minor is for those who want to understand important challenges to the Christian faith and respond with truth and love. This minor is appropriate for a wide range of professional callings. Students will be able to customize the minor to apply apologetics to their particular fields, including literature, philosophy, theology, or popular culture.

    Apologetics
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    Artists with a flair for teaching others may utilize an All-Level Art with Teacher Certification undergraduate degree in order to teach learners in kindergarten through 12th grades. The program covers art methods, and skills associated with two-dimensional and three-dimensional design, drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpture.

    Art EC-12 with Teacher Certification
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    The Art History minor teaches visual representation of different cultures and time periods through technical training, historical background, and professional competence. Students can select electives from a variety of Studio Art courses including Printmaking, Sculpture, Ceramics, Drawing and Painting.

    Art History
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    HCU’s Bachelor of Science in Learning, Technology, and Design teaches you to master instructional design, effectively integrate education technology, and lead innovation in teaching and learning.

    Bachelor of Science in Learning, Technology, and Design
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    HCU’s Bachelor of Social Work degree integrates Christian values into practice preparing students for licensure and careers serving vulnerable groups.

    Bachelor of Social Work
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    Biblical Languages undergraduate study gives students an in-depth exegetical study of the Christian Scriptures within the context of the original languages. This degree exposes scholars to the historical, cultural and etymological components which are of great relevance to understanding the Bible. Students can minor in Greek or Hebrew.

    Biblical Languages
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    The undergraduate major in Biblical Studies prepares students for roles in ministry, mission work, faith-based organizations or teaching. Knowledge of the Bible in its original languages, as well as exegetical skills, are developed so that the message of God鈥檚 Word can be effectively communicated to others.

    Biblical Studies
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    The Biochemistry-Molecular Biology undergraduate degree gives students an interdisciplinary study of biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics. The challenging coursework lays an excellent foundation for further education, and for work in universities, research institutions and in specialized organizations.

    Biochemistry-Molecular Biology
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    An undergraduate degree in Biology is comprised of specialized courses including microbiology, general biology, embryology, immunology, molecular biology, field biology, environmental science and ecology, physics, pathophysiology, genetics and metabolism, along with vertebrate anatomy, and human anatomy and physiology.

    Biology
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    The Business Administration major infuses business disciplines with marketable skills of interpersonal communication, writing, and critical analysis to help graduates serve in companies and organizations, and their own ventures. The Business Administration minor contains core business elements, including legal concerns, economic principles, statistical outcomes, management strategies and marketing plans.

    Business Administration
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    The Chemistry undergraduate degree affords learners a setting for both academic learning and laboratory study. Students study general, organic and inorganic chemistry, biochemistry, physical chemistry and laboratory practices. The skills gained may be utilized in positions like chemist, toxicologist and pharmacologist.

    Chemistry
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    The Christian Ministry degree prepares you to serve God in a church, as a missionary, in parachurch ministry and other contexts. The program provides training in the Bible, theology and practical ministry.

    Christian Ministry
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    The Christian Studies minor serves students by giving them an overview of theological principles of both the Old and New Testaments. Students study the history of Christianity, introductions to the original languages of Scripture, and the interpretation and application of the Bible to serve in many avenues.

    Christian Studies
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    The 5-year dual degree BA in Christian Ministry and Master of Divinity provides you with a solid grounding in the Bible, theology, church history and practical ministry. Students will acquire the knowledge and skills to serve in churches or parachurch ministries.

    Christianity/Divinity mdiv
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    The minor in Cinema Production includes courses in cinema history, cinematic core principles, media production, and other cinematic arts and narrative arts courses. This minor is a great complement to other degrees in the cinematic and narrative arts.

    Cinema Production
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    A Cinematic Arts undergraduate degree is meant for students who wish to use cinematography or media production in one of many vocational capacities. By studying the work of respected artists and learning from contemporary filmmakers and media producers, pupils hone their project creation, production and editing abilities.

    Cinematic Arts
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    The Classics undergraduate degree helps understand the origins of thought in the Western world. Emphasis is on learning the classical languages of Greek and Latin, and the study of the culture, history, philosophy, literature and religious aspects of the ancient Greeks and Romans. Students can focus on Languages or Civilization tracks.

    Classics undergraduate
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    Computer scientists design algorithms and use programming and state-of-the-art concepts in computer and information systems to develop and secure computer hardware and software. HCU Computer Science students learn to address defense, biomedical, business, and general computer and information needs.

    Computer Science engineering
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    The Creative Writing degree includes basic courses in poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction writing, English, history, and foreign languages. Students also learn creative writing across multiple genres, skills in a particular genre of writing, and develop a professional portfolio for their required internship and a career in writing.

    Creative Writing
  • On Campus Online

    An undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice prepares graduates for dozens of careers in the criminal justice field. In addition to exploring crime causation, the judicial system and more, students will learn to apply the Golden Rule in each situation. The high-level program is led by experts in the field.

    Criminal Justice
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    The Cyber Engineering program incorporates electrical engineering and computer science to facilitate understanding of cyberspace. Students use skills developed in digital forensics, security policy and network defense to perform cyber security tasks, as well as work on engineering hardware and software.

    Cyber Engineering
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    The Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity provides the skills and knowledge needed to adequately address cyber attacks through auditing, prevention, and remediation. Our cybersecurity program provides hands-on training with real-world applications, so you can be prepared for any challenge.

    Cybersecurity
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    This minor and certificate introduces students to the rapidly growing field of data analytics. It develops critical-thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills to understand how to analyze large, complex data sets. Data analytics can be applied to business, engineering, health sciences, political science and behavioral sciences.

    Data Analytics
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    The minor in Digital Media includes courses in digital art foundations, 2D and 3D digital art and design, and other digital media and narrative arts courses. This minor is a great complement to other digital graphics and design majors.

    Digital Media
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    Electrical engineers apply the laws of electrical phenomena to design, develop and improve electronics and solid-state devices, and to control, convert and distribute energy. Work application for HCU graduates of the Electrical Engineering program ranges from power stations to microchips.

    Electrical Engineering
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    The Elementary Education with Bilingual Certification undergraduate degree trains teachers for effective instructional planning and delivery in the early childhood through sixth-grade setting. A bilingual component qualifies teachers with the special skills and knowledge needed to lead bilingual learners.

    Elementary Education with Bilingual Certification and Special Education
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    The Elementary Education with ESL and Special Education undergraduate degree curriculum covers essential reading and math, along with special education, gifted learners and exceptional children emphases. Graduates may teach early childhood through grade 6, and students with exceptionalities at all grade levels.

    Elementary Education with ESL and Special Education
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    An undergraduate degree or minor in English is beneficial in teaching students to be wordsmiths 鈥 able to write, speak and teach with adroit handling of English vocabulary, grammar and syntax. A foundation in English is also critical for further study, and for fields in which precise or original writing is necessary.

    English
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    An undergraduate degree in English Language Arts (7-12) with Teacher Certification and ESL qualifies graduates to teach English and language arts-based courses to seventh through 12th-grade students. Learners delve into a thorough scope of the subject, including grammar, writing, literature, reading comprehension and public speaking.

    English, Language Arts & Reading 7-12 with Teacher Certification and ESL and Special Education
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    A Family Studies undergraduate degree includes the disciplines of communications, psychology and sociology. Students study modern demographic trends and the role of family across facets of society. The field of study is useful for careers in areas such as social work, public service and even marketing.

    Family Studies
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    The BBA聽 in Finance includes the study of securities markets and financial systems, investments and corporate finance. Study in the field of finance leads to work in financial institutions, and in general business and nonprofit settings as well, where graduates add value with asset management know-how.

    Finance
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    The BFA in Graphic Design prepares students for a wide variety of design-related media fields with traditional artistic principles through 33 hours of Studio Art courses and 34 hours in digital media. The degree program also includes key courses in career preparation, including a professional internship and portfolio development.

    Graphic Design
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    Obtaining an undergraduate degree or minor in Great Texts braids English, Latin and history, and gives students the opportunity to learn from the ultimate philosophers, sages and writers. Students may select an optional concentration in Classical Studies, Medieval & Renaissance Studies or Modern & Contemporary Studies.

    Great Texts
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    The History undergraduate degree and minor gives students a broad overview of world, Western and American history. Particular highlights include a survey of the ancient world, investigation of the ancient Romans and Greeks, a purview of religious history, and a study of the United States from its colonial history onward.

    History
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    Information Systems prepares students to analyze computing problems and design, implement, and evaluate solutions. Students learn computing theory, programming, and computer architecture, as well as accounting, predictive analytics, and management principles for careers in system administrator roles and technical fields.

    Information Systems
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    The Integrated Behavioral Studies degree trains graduates with biblical knowledge and contemporary psychological concepts so you can help others flourish holistically. Coursework includes theology, psychology, counseling, and ethics. This degree would be beneficial for those serving in traditional ministries, counseling, and social work.

    Integrated Behavioral Studies
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    An undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Studies is optimal for students who seek to lay a foundation of academic understanding that is well-rounded and conducive to further graduate study and general career spheres. Students may choose to focus upon concentrations in humanities, math, science or business.

    Interdisciplinary Studies
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    A BBA in International Business readies learners for business relations and transactions in a global setting. Courses in management, marketing, accounting, finance and more are paired with a study of international cultural exchange. A study abroad program serves as a programmatic capstone.

    International Business
  • On Campus

    The Kinesiology minor is a focused study program of body mechanics and their relation with movement and health. Concepts explored include biomechanics, exercise physiology, neuroscience and exercise design. An understanding of kinesiology serves toward further study or medical, sports and wellness utilization.

    Kinesiology
  • On Campus

    The Kinesiology undergraduate degree with a specialization in Sport Management leads to roles in sports and team management, marketing, and athletic promotion of sports at the youth, collegiate and professional levels. Students learn important tenets of exercise science, health and wellness, and successful coaching.

    Kinesiology Specialization in Sport Management
  • On Campus

    An undergraduate degree in Kinesiology with All-Level Teacher Certification is applicable for teaching students in kindergarten through 12th grades. Learners make ideal coaches, physical education teachers and wellness instructors. The program curriculum includes physiology, coaching principles, and wellness components.

    Kinesiology with EC-12 Physical Education Teacher Certification
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    The Allied Health major prepares students for careers in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Athletic Training, Nutrition and Exercise Physiology. The major includes classes required as prerequisites for pursuing professional masters or doctoral programs in the field of Allied Health: Kinesiology, physical and behavioral sciences and math.

    Kinesiology: Allied Health
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    A Kinesiology undergraduate degree with a specialization in Wellness Management gives students understanding of biomechanics, nutrition and wellness, and the ability to apply their know-how in professional settings. Common career destinations include corporate wellness programs, sports and recreation centers, and more.

    Kinesiology: Wellness Management
  • On Campus

    Latin is a basis for several languages, so it is key to terminology for the sciences and many areas of study, an undergraduate degree in Latin enriches the understanding of students in many facets. Students study Latin from original texts, gaining a greater knowledge of history, philosophy and religion.

    Latin
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    The BBA in Management degree is designed to prepare students for careers in industries such as energy, healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing, education and finance. Emphasis is placed upon management theory and practice, helping to form critical-thinking and ethical decision-making skills.

    Management
  • On Campus

    The BBA in Marketing undergraduate degree helps future professionals to be well-versed in the planning, implementation and analysis of marketing strategies across industries. Coursework encompasses the human, financial, technological and administrative areas necessary for effective marketing approaches.

    Marketing
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    Students who complete an undergraduate degree in Mathematics learn both mathematical theory and application. They become adept in advanced levels of algebra, calculus, trigonometry, geometry, statistics, combinatorics and more. Graduates are ideal contributors in technological, engineering, statistics and actuarial science areas.

    Mathematics
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    An undergraduate degree in Mathematical Studies (7-12) with Teacher Certification launches graduates into the important role of teaching mathematical concepts to students in grades seven through 12. Learners cover computative and spatial subjects including algebra, calculus, geometry, trigonometry, statistics and physics.

    Mathematics 7-12 with Teacher Certification and ESL
  • On Campus

    The Medical Humanities undergraduate degree and minor is designed for learners who are preparing for medical and healthcare-related fields. Courses encompass science, ethics, writing and law. Target career paths for graduates range from master鈥檚 and doctoral degrees to public health and even pharmaceutical professions.

    Medical Humanities
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    Music theory, history and related literature are all major components of the Music undergraduate degree. Students study and apply music composition and performance elements. Graduates have sufficient skills for careers in performance, teaching, choir and band conducting, and worship leading.

    Music
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    The Music Education (BME) undergraduate degree trains music educators and directors within specializations of performance of Vocal/Keyboard (voice, piano, and organ) or Instrumental (keyboard, woodwind, brass, or percussion). The program equips future teachers in reading music, musical precepts, and music theory.

    Music Education: Instrumental or Vocal/Keyboard
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    A Music (BME) undergraduate degree positions graduates to be music educators and directors in vocal and instrumental specialties. The program equips future teachers to train their students in reading music, understanding musical precepts, applying music theory, and in both vocal and instrumental performance.

    Music with EC-12 Teacher Certification
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    The Music (BM) undergraduate program offers students training for careers in performing and conducting, teaching at universities and primary schools, serving as music ministers and worship leaders, and maintaining private studios. Students may specialize in organ performance, piano performance, or vocal performance.

    Music: Organ, Piano, or Vocal Performance
  • On Campus

    The Narrative Arts degree includes classes in storytelling, communication theory, professional skills, and specialized courses in one of three narrative concentrations: Creative Writing, Cinema Production, Digital Media. Students learn narrative theory across multiple artistic mediums and discipline-specific narrative arts skills.

    Narrative Arts
  • On Campus

    The BSN program prepares graduates to promote health and healing through direct care, management, and coordination of care for individuals, families, groups, and communities. The program prepares graduates to take the examination for Registered Nurse (R.N.) licensure offered by the Texas Board of Nursing.

    Nursing
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    Students completing the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program may concurrently complete Honors College requirements. The Honors College places a more rigorous framework of reading, writing, questioning and thinking upon courses. Graduates are academically advanced, skilled nurses in their practice areas of choice.

    Nursing - Honors
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    The Philosophy undergraduate degree is expansive in scope, according scholars the gift of learning from the world鈥檚 greatest writers and idealists. Because philosophy explores the origins of existence and reality, the creation and application of knowledge, and the determination of wisdom, its pertinence is wide-ranging.

    Philosophy
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    The Political Science major prepares students for careers in law, business, public service, education, journalism, or any other field that requires strong analytic and communication skills. The major also increases political awareness and promotes active citizenship and political participation.

    Political Science
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    The Pre-Chiropractic undergraduate program contains classes and activities that prepare students for entrance into the Texas Chiropractic College and Parker Chiropractic College. The program covers foundational subjects in human physiology and the sciences and exposes students to chiropractic work.

    Pre-Chiropractic
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    The Pre-Engineering undergraduate program sets students up for success as an engineer with two years of preliminary study at HCU, introducing them to the core components of engineering fields. The track includes math and physics, ultimately preparing them for study in a specialized engineering division.

    Pre-Engineering
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    The Pre-Health Coursework will academically prepare students for a health profession school (i.e. Medical, Physician Associate, Dental, Pharmacy, or Graduate School in the Biological or Chemical Sciences). This coursework does not lead to a degree or a certificate.

    Pre-Health Post-Baccalaureate Coursework
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    The Legal Studies undergraduate degree comprises the areas of government, history, economics, philosophy, business administration and communications. Because laws and the legal system are applicable to almost every area of work and society, the careers and further study that graduates can pursue are boundless.

    Pre-Law/Legal Studies
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    The Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental undergraduate program contains classes and activities designed to prepare students for entry into medical or dental schools. Activities include participation in appropriate pre-professional student organizations, trips to medical and dental schools, service projects, and workshops offered the Health Professions Office.

    Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental
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    The Pre-Optometry program covers all the foundational subjects all prerequisites for health profession schools. Graduates are prepared for further study in the field of optometry. HCU鈥檚 Pre-Optometry Professional Society exposes students to the world of optometry work, academia and volunteerism.

    Pre-Optometry
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    The undergraduate Pre-Pharmacy program offers an academic beginning for work as a pharmacist. Subjects studied include chemistry, physics and behavioral science. Potential career outlets for pharmacy include the roles of pharmacist, clinical specialist, professor and pharmaceutical industry professional.

    Pre-Pharmacy
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    The Pre-Physical Therapy undergraduate program provides a basis for the completion of physical therapy programs. Classes include physiology, advanced anatomy, physics, medical terminology, sociology and oral communication. Physical therapists may work in many settings ranging from hospitals to outpatient contexts.

    Pre-Physical Therapy
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    The Pre-Physician Assistant undergraduate program helps prepare students for study in Physician Assistant (PA) programs. Coursework includes math, sciences, and other prerequisites for health care. The PA profession is one of the most in-demand career areas. PAs provide primary care, and help alleviate physician shortages.

    Pre-Physician Assistant
  • On Campus Online

    The Psychology major teaches interpersonal and analytical skills that are invaluable for psychology careers. Students are trained in individual, social and cultural psychology. Coursework prepares students for further, specialized graduate study. Students can focus on Christian Counseling or Marriage and Family tracks.

    Psychology
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    The Psychology Christian Counseling track integrates faith with the practice of counseling, offering higher wisdom in understanding life, people, and the world around them because of its biblical focus.聽 It also provides a strong foundation in the scientific and applied traditions of psychology, as well as contemporary issues in Christian counseling.

    Psychology - Christian Counseling
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    The Psychology Marriage and Family studies track covers family dynamics, systems theory, and counseling strategies used by marriage psychology and family psychology researchers and therapists. It integrates faith with the practice of counseling to provides a launching pad for further graduate study in marriage and family therapy.

    Psychology - Marriage and Family Studies
  • On Campus Online

    The Accelerated MAP offers the same critical examination of the field of psychology as the standard undergraduate track, with methodology and experience for many different career fields, but also provides聽 the opportunity to begin working toward a Masters of Arts in Psychology in a five-year period.

    Psychology Accelerated Masters
  • Jumpstart your nursing career and get equipped to serve with a Master of Science in Nursing. The online accelerated RN-to-MSN program empowers you for expanded leadership roles and improving patient outcomes and allows you to earn a BSN and an MSN at the same time. Expand your knowledge of ethical care practices and develop advanced skills in leadership, community health, research, assessment, and more.

    RN to MSN
  • On Campus

    An undergraduate degree in Composite Science (7-12) with Teacher Certification develops future science teachers for the seventh through 12th-grade, secondary school environment. Graduates are qualified to teach across a number of scientific disciplines, including biology, chemistry, physics and environmental science.

    Science 7-12 with Teacher Certification and ESL and Special Education
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    Students can integrate scientific principles with faith and expand their skillsets with a Bachelor of Science in Science Studies degree. Students establish a broad-based foundation and expand their scientific knowledge as they are empowered to move forward into a career in a variety of fields, including health professions, research, teaching, and law.

    Science Studies
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    A Composite Social Studies (7-12) with Teacher Certification undergraduate degree readies graduates to teach social studies classes in the seventh through 12th-grade setting. Program coursework includes teaching-specific training, and studies across history, government, politics and economics.

    Social Studies 7-12 with Teacher Certification and ESL and Special Education
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    An undergraduate minor in Sociology addresses the development, structure and operation of human societal structures. Students explore sociological topics across the family, religion, politics and more. The goal of study is to make learners privy to the causes and implications of societal norms and societal change.

    Sociology
  • On Campus

    A Spanish undergraduate degree and minor helps give students the ability to communicate in Spanish in a grammatically correct and professional manner. Courses cover grammar, vocabulary, speaking, writing and translation, along with culture, literature, music and film studies. Spanish abilities can be used in many avenues.

    Spanish
  • On Campus

    A Spanish with EC-12 Teacher Certification undergraduate degree primes learners to be both knowledgeable and capable teachers for early childhood through 12th-grade students. The program encompasses Spanish reading, writing and speaking proficiency, as well as language acquisition and literary study elements.

    Spanish EC-12 with Teacher Certification and Special Education
  • On Campus

    An undergraduate minor in Speech Communication serves as a fitting launch to roles in which public speaking or effective speech writing is necessary. Students study famous rhetoricians and speeches, and get a purview of interpersonal, political and intercultural communication. They practice applying skills for a well-rounded program.

    Speech Communication
  • On Campus

    The Studio Art (BA) undergraduate degree offers studio instruction in drawing, including proportion and perspective; painting with oil and experimental painting media; ceramic work encompassing forming, glazing and firing; sculpture additive, subtractive, casting and assemblage techniques; and printmaking via multiple materials.

    Studio Art
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    A Studio Art (BFA) undergraduate degree takes learners on a vivid journey studying concepts related to drawing, painting, ceramics, sculpture and printmaking. Artists employ their skills on creative projects. The BFA track puts a specialized emphasis on coursework for particular use and preparation for a graduate degree.

    Studio Art
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    The Theological Studies undergraduate degree encompasses the important doctrinal tenets of the Christian faith. Core courses cover Old and New Testament theology, the history of Christianity and methods for studying Scripture. The degree is especially appropriate for one who is called preach or teach.

    Theological Studies
  • On Campus

    The Video Game Design degree offers hands-on opportunities in computer game development, traditional art and design principles, narrative and game theory, and animation. Students learn video game theory and visual storytelling, discipline-specific skills in video game development, and professional skills for media-related industries.

    Video Game Design
  • On Campus Online

    Students who enroll in the graduate program, Master of Arts in Apologetics, have the option of taking either a Cultural or Philosophical track. Scholars learn ways to answer compelling questions about Christianity with compelling and winsome answers. The program is ideal for church staff members, teachers, writers and more.

    Master of Arts in Apologetics graduate
  • On Campus

    The Master of Arts in Biblical Languages graduate program gives students a deeper understanding of the Bible through the exploration of writings in their original languages. By studying Greek, Hebrew and biblical Aramaic, learners extract the beautiful meaning and symbolism embedded in original texts.

    Master of Arts in Biblical Languages graduate
  • On Campus

    The Master of Arts in Christian Counseling graduate program is formulated to prepare students for service as counselors in churches, counseling organizations and other environments. Clinical counseling skills are paired with biblical principles for application for individuals, families and in crisis situations. (Leads to LPC licensure.)

    Master of Arts in Christian Counseling graduate, macc
  • On Campus Online

    The Master of Arts in Christian Leadership graduate program equips learners for vocational and lay ministry. Biblical and theological knowledge is combined with pragmatic application. Graduates may carry out roles such as pastor, Bible teacher, ministry leader, missionary or organization director with doctrinal confidence.

    Master of Arts in Christian Leadership graduate
  • On Campus

    The MACPS is a short 30-credit hour degree aimed at those who seek to understand or practice psychology within a distinctly Christian framework and want a solid Christian foundation for their future career or education, for example, a Ph.D. in psychology at a public university.

    Master of Arts in Christian Psychological Studies
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    The MACP coursework meets the academic requirements for licensure as a Licensed Psychological Associate in the state of Texas (and many other states). This degree prepares students to pass the EPPP Exam and Texas Jurisprudence Exam and complete 3000 hours of practicum/internship hours under a clinical psychologist.

    Master of Arts in Christian Psychology
  • Hybrid

    This MA in Cinematic Arts is a remote-synchronous workshop-based program for cinematography and media production with a focus on screenwriting, cinema theory, and narrative media. Electives allow students to explore media studies, industry pitching and networking, film production, and integration seminars exploring faith and the arts.

    Master of Arts in Cinematic Arts
  • On Campus

    The Master of Arts in Classics and Early Christianity is an interdisciplinary degree, combining theology, history and philosophy. It provides a historical framework of the New Testament for enriched comprehension and teaching. Students may focus on Biblical Languages, Christianity, or Classics tracks. Graduates are suited for roles in Christian schools, colleges or churches.

    Master of Arts in Classics and Early Christianity
  • On Campus Online

    The graduate program, Master of Arts in聽 Clinical Mental Health Counseling, prepares students for counseling-related careers in settings such as private practices, universities, clinics and hospitals. The program offers a practicum, and detailed preparation for testing, evaluation, counseling practices and research methods. (Leads to LPC licensure.)

    Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling graduate
  • Hybrid

    The MA in Creative Writing is a remote-synchronous Christian-based program that studies canonical works of literature and specializes in poetry and fiction. Similar to the on-campus program, students engage in graduate-level creative work through writing workshops and one-on-one thesis instruction without the residential requirements.

    Master of Arts in Creative Writing
  • On Campus

    The Master of Arts in History degree is ideal for students who wish to further their knowledge of history, current teachers who want to enhance their classroom expertise in history and related disciplines, and budding scholars who aim to pursue doctoral studies in history and a career in higher education.

    Master of Arts in History
  • Online

    The MAHS prepares students to serve diverse populations through human service careers in social work settings such as behavioral health, community and faith-based human services, corrections,聽and hospital treatment settings. Specializations include marriage and family and professional life coaching, but the program does not lead to licensure.

    Master of Arts in Human Services
  • On Campus Online

    The graduate program, Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy, is designed for those who wish to help couples and families. Students develop research-supported counseling skills which they may apply in therapeutic settings such as churches, counseling institutions and non-profit organizations. (Leads to licensure as a Marriage & Family Therapist.)

    Master of Arts in Marriage & Family Therapy graduate
  • On Campus

    The Master of Arts in Philosophy graduate program develops graduates who are comfortable confronting the most important questions of life and existence. Philosophy coursework encompasses logic, human experience, history, ethics, metaphysics, epistemology, science, religion, medicine and politics.

    Master of Arts in Philosophy graduate
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    The Master of Arts in Psychology graduate program produces professionals who can adroitly navigate and address areas of individual and group psychology. Career paths include college instructors, law and judicial professionals and more. The coursework also prepares students who plan to complete doctoral-level training.

    Master of Arts in Psychology graduate
  • On Campus

    The Master of Arts in Psychology: Licensed Specialist in School Psychology graduate program is focused upon the specific knowledge and skillset needed for work in school settings, and for agencies and programs that address the emotional and behavioral needs of children. Coursework encompasses education and psychology. (Leads to LSSP licensure.)

    Master of Arts in Psychology: Licensed Specialist in School Psychology graduate
  • On Campus Online

    The MATS graduate program launches graduates into ministry, teaching, writing, and further study. Participants learn to integrate Christian Scripture and theology into contemporary concerns and life application. Students may focus on Biblical Languages, Biblical Studies, Entrepreneurial Leadership, or Theological Studies tracks.

    Master of Arts in Theological Studies graduate
  • On Campus Online

    The MBA graduate degree is built around high-level courses in finance, economics, accounting, management and marketing. This prestigious program builds thoughtful leaders suited to commercial, organizational, non-profit and governmental settings. Students may specialize in Accounting, Data Analytics, Entrepreneurship, General Management, International Business, Marketing, Organizational Development and Change, or Sustainability.

    Master of Business Administration graduate
  • On Campus Online

    The MDiv graduate program offers an integrated approach to Christian theological education, preparing graduates for the theological and pedagogical concerns of ministry and teaching. Courses include biblical languages, history of Christianity and systematic theology, along with an internship. Program areas include English Language and Biblical Languages tracks.

    Master of Divinity graduate
  • On Campus Online

    The MEd in Curriculum and Instruction program provides expertise in curriculum and instructional methodology. Students learn school reform, curriculum development, teaching methodology, research, and technology integration. Electives in educational administration, special education, instructional technology, reading or ESL.

    Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction graduate
  • Online

    The Master of Education in Educational Administration (MEd) graduate program prepares graduate students for positions as principals or assistant principals in elementary, middle or high schools, and for such district-wide administrative positions as program directorships and supervisor or coordinator positions. The program is designed to enhance students鈥 abilities in planning, organizing, delegating, supervising, and leading.

    Master of Education in Educational Administration graduate
  • On Campus

    The Master of Education in Educational Diagnostician (MEd) graduate program teaches students statistical design, administration, and interpretation of standardized test batteries, exceptionality eligibility tests, and diagnostic-prescriptive interventions for exceptional learners. Students are prepared for professional certification and gain practical experience doing charitable testing and work for advocacy groups.

    Master of Education in Educational Diagnostician graduate
  • On Campus Online

    The Professional School Counseling (MEd) graduate program develops counselors who guide students and parents by facilitating student learning and success in the areas of academic achievement, behavioral, emotional, and social development, and college/career development. This degree prepares students for state certification and employment.

    Master of Education in Professional School Counseling graduate
  • On Campus

    The Reading with Reading Specialist Certification (MEd) graduate program equips students with skills and methods for improving the reading ability of students with a variety of needs. Students learn methods of instruction and assessment for oral language development, reading skills development, reading comprehension, vocabulary development, written language development, and other literacy components.

    Master of Education in Reading with Reading Specialist Certification graduate
  • On Campus

    This is a Christian-based program with specialization in poetry and fiction.聽 Students are equipped to produce and revise graduate-level creative work in writing workshops and one-on-one thesis instruction. Students acquire a theoretical and practical understanding of their disciplines through the study pf canonical works of literature.

    Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing
  • On Campus

    The MFA in Screenwriting prepares students to write professionally for film, television, and new media. It challenges students to develop a compelling cinematic voice and style and understand business realities within the industry. Students are introduced to related fields, including marketing, interactive media, and new technologies.

    Master of Fine Arts in Screenwriting
  • On Campus

    The MFA in Studio Art graduate program is a studio-based program with specialization in two-dimensional and three-dimensional studies. Drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics and sculpture are all offered in five state-of-the-art laboratory spaces and 18 studios. MFA candidates accepted into the program are offered a studio space, teaching assistant experience, and scholarships for study.

    Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art graduate
  • On Campus

    The Master of Liberal Arts graduate program provides an interdisciplinary body of study from the great texts and Western thought leaders in exploring intellectual, moral and aesthetic values. Students may specialize in Education with a focus on grades 4-8 or 7-12, Generalist, Art, Music, PE, or Spanish.

    Master of Liberal Arts graduate
  • On Campus

    The Master of Liberal Arts graduate program provides an interdisciplinary body of study. Students learn from the great texts and Western thought leaders in exploring intellectual, moral and aesthetic values. Graduates are well-positioned for careers which require exceptional thought and planning, and for further study.

    Master of Liberal Arts Accelerated graduate
  • Online

    The Cybersecurity masters develops skills to identify cybersecurity vulnerabilities and address them through auditing, prevention, and remediation. Our project-based learning and problem-solving activities are great for those who enjoy sleuthing and detective work.    

    Master of Science in Cybersecurity
  • On Campus Online

    The graduate program in Human Resources Management offers students versatile personnel expertise, and provides contemporary savvy relevant to the human resources field. The program is ideal for managers, directors and others who lead the recruitment, retention and development of employees in any organization.

    Master of Science in Human Resources Management graduate
  • Online

    The graduate program, Kinesiology with a specialization in Sport Management, prepares graduates for leadership roles in sports enterprises, while providing an advanced education in biomechanics. Career areas include sports program directors and managers for professional, collegiate and recreational avenues.

    Master of Science in Kinesiology Specialization in Sport Management graduate
  • Online

    The Learning, Technology, and Design graduate program equips instructional designers and digital specialists with knowledge and skills to bring transformative leadership to academic and professional landscapes. This fully-online program provides students with highly applicable, authentic learning experiences to prepare for employment in educational institutions, corporations, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies.

    Master of Science in Learning, Technology, and Design graduate
  • Online

    The Master of Science in Management and Entrepreneurship program is designed to develop the knowledge and skills vital for entrepreneurs to manage new and emerging ventures. It teaches creativity and market opportunity, innovation and strategy, new venture development process, and Biblical ethics and leadership.

    Master of Science in Management and Entrepreneurship
  • The MSN FNP track prepares graduates to function as primary health care providers for clients of all ages.聽 FNPs conduct health promotion, perform health assessment, and manage well, acutely ill, and chronically ill clients of all ages in ambulatory and sub-specialty settings.聽 Graduates will meet the criteria for the FNP certification exam.

    Master of Science in Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner
  • The MSN in Nurse Education empowers learners to take on new and expanded leadership roles as a nurse. This program equips nurses to take on educator roles in community college or hospital settings. Students receive professional development in clinical and academic settings.

    Master of Science in Nursing: Nurse Education
  • The MSN in Nurse Leadership equips learners with the critical competencies needed to take on top-level, nonclinical leadership roles. Graduates are equipped with a foundation of ethical decision making which will help them succeed.

    Master of Science in Nursing: Nurse Leadership
  • The MSN PNP-PC track prepares graduates to function as primary health care providers for children and adolescents. PNP-PCs conduct health promotion and child development, perform developmental and health assessment, and manage well, acutely ill, and chronically ill children and adolescents in ambulatory and sub-specialty settings.

    Master of Science in Nursing: Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
  • On Campus

    The Master of Liberal Arts with Specialization in Education degrees offer students interested in a career in classical/Christian/public education an opportunity to prepare for Texas teacher certification for 4-8 or 7-12, EC-6 Generalist, EC-12 Art, Music, Physical Education or Spanish.

    Masters of Liberal Arts with Specialization in Education
  • Online

    The PSM in Health Professions online program is for students with medical or dental school prerequisites to bolster skills and build credentials to excel in the health professions, or to pursue further education in schools for health professions. Students learn the MCAT and DAT content, healthcare processes, and overall professional school curriculum.

    Professional Science Masters in Health Professions
  • On Campus Online

    The Doctor of Education in Executive Educational Leadership graduate program is especially for those in the education field who serve, or will serve, in a supervisory capacity. The program includes an option for Texas superintendent certification. It is ideal for school district, private school, college and university leaders.

    Doctor of Education in Executive Educational Leadership graduate
  • Online

    This program trains mental health professionals to lead and develop programs for communities. The track provides research and preparation for strategies to prevent and respond to crisis and trauma in communities. It addresses topics such as bullying/cyberbullying, self-injurious behaviors, natural and situational crisis, violence and sexual abuse.

    Doctor of Education in Executive Leadership in Mental Health and Human Services
  • On Campus

    The Doctor of Education in Special Education Leadership graduate program prepares leaders at the highest level for efficacy with special education programs. This degree is applicable in educational and behavioral health settings, and builds ethical leaders who understand the unique needs of individuals with exceptionalities throughout the special education field.

    Doctor of Education in Special Education Leadership
  • Hybrid

    The Doctor of Ministry is a 30-hour program with core courses in kingdom theology and ministry, theology and culture, and strategic leadership and communication. Students also participate in cutting-edge research and discussion with renown and ecumenical faculty. The DMin program has two tracks in New Testament Studies and Faith and Culture.

    Doctor of Ministry