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Leadership

The Leadership major provides students with the tools necessary to be effective leaders as Christians in nonprofit, for profit, public sector, and ministry contexts. This degree can be further tailored to meet the student’s desired career path by selecting a specialization in either organizational development or Christian ministry.

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Psychology

Some will apply this degree to work within a mental health setting or utilize the relational skills gained in this program in a wide range of careers, including business, human services, and church/parachurch ministry. The major provides foundational studies in preparation for graduate school in the helping professions. Graduates who seek advanced education typically choose studies in psychology, counseling or social work.

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Business Administration

WJU offers the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in the Bay Area. This degree is designed to equip and prepare our graduates for success in our fast-changing domestic and international marketplace. Courses will sharpen your skills in leadership, project management, accounting, finance, and marketing as you learn to incorporate Christian principles and serve with excellence in the current business climate.

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Addiction Studies

Exclusive to Jessup University’s San Jose Campus, the Certificate Program for Addiction Studies is designed to develop an individual’s professional skills for a variety of roles in the social services fields of addiction.
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Master of Business Administration

The Jessup 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 nonprofit organizations (churches, para-church ministries, healthcare, government organizations). The ethical framework integrated throughout the curriculum makes the Jessup MBA intentionally distinct. The substantive and vital management skills of planning, controlling, decision making and organizational…

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Master of Arts in Teaching

All candidates participating in the Master of Arts in Teaching program will have some degree of transformation. However, it is expected that all candidates bring with them the wealth of knowledge, depth of content, and life experience into their graduate level education. Furthermore, all candidates will complete introductory, practice, and demonstration assignments with their best efforts to help to develop the scholar-practitioner graduate culture…

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Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology

The purposes of a person’s heart are deep waters, but one who has insight draws them out. ~ Prov. 20:5 The M.A. in Counseling Psychology program is carefully designed to meet California state requirements for licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) and Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC). It prepares students for the challenges of the mental health profession by applying current psychological theory, integrated…

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