Dr. Garry Jost, religious studies faculty, gave a presentation at an Ethiopic manuscript consultation at the University of Hamburg, Germany, in June 2015.
Each of our graduate programs is distinctive — from an MBA in Health Care Management to unique master's programs in art therapy counseling, food systems & society and interdisciplinary studies. What each of these programs shares is a commitment to integrating the liberal arts and professional studies through curricula focused on both intellectual and career development.
- Art Therapy Counseling (M.A)
- Food Systems & Society (M.S.)
- Interdisciplinary Studies (M.A.)
- Music Therapy (M.A.)