Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences
This degree offers students with vocational-technical training the opportunity to obtain a baccalaureate degree. Students may receive credit toward this degree via accredited college-level course work, certain types of professional and educational training, and/or credit by examination. Majors under the BAAS degree: Business Administration, Criminal Justice, General Studies and Christian Studies.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Bachelor of Arts in Bible
Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
This degree prepares students in the field of criminal justice with emphasis on policing, courts, laws, and correctional systems at the local, state, federal and international levels. The restorative emphasis integrates the fields of criminal justice, social work and communication studies.
Master of Arts in Theology and Ministry (M.A.T.M.)
HPU’s Master of Arts in Theology & Ministry degree is designed to provide preparation for those who will minister to people through the local church and other related ministries, as well as provide a foundation for further graduate theological education. The curriculum contains a combination of courses that emphasize biblical, theological, and practical application.
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
The Master of Business Administration degree program is designed to provide preparation for those who desire to further their career goals as managers or area specialists. The curriculum is designed to provide students with an appropriate balance of theory with practical application centered in a Christian servant-leadership model.
Master of Science in Criminal Justice (MSCRJ)
The Master of Science in Criminal Justice degree program is designed to provide preparation for those who desire to further their career goals in a field of criminal justice. The curriculum is designed to provide students with an appropriate balance of theory with practical application. Instruction will be centered in a Christian servant-leadership model focusing on the balance of justice and restoration. Two tracks will be offered in which the student will choose either nine hours of law enforcement elective courses or nine hours of corrections elective courses.