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The Teacher Education program offers an early childhood (PreK-third grade) and elementary (second to sixth grade) education licensure that leads not only to a bachelor’s degree, but also a Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) degree in five years. During the undergraduate program, you may explore other fields of study by choosing a variety of electives such as Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), Psychology, Youth Ministry, Teaching Bible, and English.


The Biology Minor provides an introduction to the vast field of biology. After completing the minor, students should be able to do the following:

  • Articulate the fundamental principles of biology and the scientific process.
  • Explain key concepts related to the field of microbiology.
  • Discuss basic principles of the field of genetics.

Your Next Step

In our ever-changing world, ministry must meet people where they are — the workplace. That’s where the Master of Divinity (Chaplaincy) comes in, training you to minister on-site at organizations and businesses. People spend 30 to 40 percent of their lives at work, and chaplains help ensure that time is not devoid of spiritual guidance and support.

Obtain a basic understanding of the Bible, the principles of Bible interpretation, and essential skills and background.

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