The Certificate in Addiction Studies is designed to develop an individual’s professional skills for a variety of roles in the field of addiction. Students selecting this program will gain the critical skills needed to provide intervention, counseling, detox referrals, and to facilitate groups in recovery programs.
The Bachelor of Science in Christian Leadership is designed to equip individuals for service in a church or a parachurch organization. Courses will focus on building professional and relational skills in communication, program management, and the care and feeding of volunteers.
The M.A.Ed. is designed to develop leaders who are scholar practitioners. Graduates of this program will know how to effectively lead change in their respective fields and understand how to conduct and connect educational research to practice that improves student learning.We believe effective educators are leaders. They are constantly teaching with the goal of improving student learning opportunities and outcomes.
Skillfully designed for students seeking to complete educational research and earn a multiple subject or single subject teaching credential for use in public or private school. Taught by scholar-practitioners who possess both academic and practical experience, this one evening a week program quickly covers 45 units of teaching preparation courses. Built around a cohort model, candidates in the program quickly bond and grow as they learn together. Approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
The WJU MBA equips graduates to be highly-competent, principled and innovative leaders in business and society. The MBA curriculum is relevant, quantitative and applicable for servant-leaders in both for-profit and non-profit organizations (churches, para-church ministries, healthcare and government organizations); the ethical framework integrated throughout the curriculum makes the WJU MBA distinct and different on purpose.