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Christian Ministry Leadership

Christian Ministry Leadership (CMN) graduates are prepared to serve as effective leaders in church or para-church ministries, impacting communities for the Kingdom of Christ. Courses include Christian Faith and Politics, The Church in Its Community, and Leadership for Mission and Ministry.

Human Resources

This degree prepares graduates for business careers in human resource areas such as hiring, compensation and benefits, safety, training, and conflict resolution, as well as serving companies and organizations as managers or supervisors. Courses include Policies and Personnel Management, Employee and Labor Relations, and Principles of Management and Supervision.

Human Services

Graduates of this program are prepared to serve the needs of their communities through a Christ-centered approach to social welfare policies, intervention skills, social welfare policies, and casework management. Courses include Counseling and Helping Skills, Cultural Competence, and Community Interventions.

Organizational Leadership

This business-oriented degree prepares graduates for administrative and supervisory careers in corporations, government agencies, non-profit organizations and more. Courses include Business and Interpersonal Communication, Organizational Analysis, and Principles of Management and Supervision.

Bridge Program

The Bridge Program is for students who have earned fewer than the 64 credits required to enter a degree program or need additional credits to complete degree requirements. Bridge courses meet in small group classroom settings, as hybrid online or fully online.

Organizational Development

Through examining organizational structures and change, this business-related program prepares graduates to analyze complex systems, lead others effectively and facilitate rapid change in any business or organization. Courses include Organizational Analysis, Organizational Development: Research and Resources and Organizational Development Consulting.