Dr. Terry Elam, Director of Resident Graduate Admissions
The Graduate School at Liberty University is part of the world's largest Christian university. More than 50 graduate programs and specializations are housed under seven different colleges and schools. Each is designed to offer students the support they need to become experts in their selected fields. With a growing number of master's degrees offered in the arts and sciences, a fully accredited school of law, and a college of osteopathic medicine, Liberty remains on the cutting edge of higher education. Students are taught from an uncompromising Christian perspective, prepared for tomorrow's ever-changing global marketplace, and graduate ready to impact and change the world.
M.A.: Christian Apologetics, Christian Ministry, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Communication Studies, English, Global Studies, History, Human Services, Marriage & Family Counseling, Pastoral Counseling, Philosophical Studies, Religion, Strategic Communications, Theological Studies, Worship Studies, Music & Worship.
M.A., M.S.: Biology.
Master of Public Health.
M.S.: Biomedical Sciences, Exercise Science, Sport Management.
D.N.P.: Nursing Practice.
M.A.: Human Services, Marriage & Family Therapy, Professional Counseling, Teaching, Christian Leadership, Discipleship Ministries, Evangelism & Church Planting, Marketplace Chaplaincy, Pastoral Counseling, Theological Studies, Worship Studies, Worship Studies – Ethnomusicology.
Ph.D.: Counseling, Theology & Apologetics.
*Blended degree programs are completed through any one of the following combinations: online courses and traditional residential courses; online courses and on-campus intensives that are weekend, one-week or two-weeks long; or online courses, traditional residential courses, and on-campus intensives.
M.A.: Pastoral Counseling, Theological Studies.
M.S.: Accounting, Management, Sport Management.
Mike Floyd, Director, LU Online