Judson University is a Christian college nestled along the Fox River in the city of Elgin, just 36 miles northwest of Chicago. Our 88,000 square foot Harm A. Weber Academic Center, which is home to our library and School of Art, Design and Architecture, is a LEED Gold certified building and one of the most energy-efficient buildings of its kind in North America.
Judson University is home to over 1,250 students from 36 states and 30 countries. We offer more than 60 undergraduate majors, minors and pre-professional programs and are currently the only evangelical Christian college or university to offer a fully-accredited graduate program in architecture. Judson’s adult undergraduate offerings include an Associate’s of Liberal Arts degree and bachelor’s degrees in: Applied Psychology, Business Administration, Organizational Leadership, and Human Services. Graduate programs include the Master of Architecture, Master of Business Administration, Master of Organizational Leadership, Master of Leadership in Ministry, Master of Education in Literacy, Master of Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Doctor of Education in Literacy.
Through a broadly based education in the liberal arts, sciences and professions, the university enables its students to acquire ideas and concepts that sharpen their insights, develop skills appropriate to their career goals, and develop the skills and commitment for lifelong learning.
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Judson University’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) is designed for working adults. If you are a professional interested in fast-tracking your career and becoming a leader in your field, this program is for you. Courses integrate finance, marketing, and strategic leadership to give you the tools needed to solve real-world organizational problems.
Nationally, salaries for graduates with online MBA degrees often climb to six figures. Individuals with an MBA are employed in many different settings, including:
The Master of Arts in Human Services Administration program prepares students to ethically lead human services organizations. The program cultivates human services leadership development by providing a two-pronged approach, focusing on both human understanding and executive organizational function. Students gain an understanding of populations that human service organizations serve, as well as develop the knowledge and skills related to managing human service organizations from a Christian perspective.
By gaining your Master of Human Services degree, you are greatly increasing the odds that not only will you have a wide variety of potential occupations, you will also be extremely competitive if you choose to pursue a career in a new industry.
Individuals with a Master’s in Human Services are employed in many different settings, including:
Judson’s Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership Program (MAOL) will help you to become an effective leader by providing practical applications within a variety of organizational settings. You will learn how to motivate people to create, communicate, and achieve a shared vision as well as use critical thinking and reasoning to solve problems and make logical decisions.
The program provides a leadership “tool kit” that you can put to use in your current job while also maximizing your future career potential.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in management are projected to increase by 9 percent between 2016 and 2026; this should result in the creation of roughly 878,300 new positions. Individuals with graduate degrees in Organizational Leadership are employed in many different settings, including:
The Doctor of Education in Computer Science (DCS) program at Judson University graduates exemplary scholars prepared to make substantial contributions to the Computer Science field as practitioners, researchers, and thought-leaders. This doctoral program is designed for those who want to contribute to their profession as Computer Science strategists, educators, academic administrators, training and development professionals, and presenters of professional development in the Computer Science world.
Doctoral students have the opportunity to demonstrate their professional competencies through a series of distinctive benchmarks related to the program outcomes of content knowledge, research, writing, speaking, and leadership. The dissertation process is uniquely crafted to provide students with sustained support that is integrated throughout the research and writing experience.
Graduates of the doctor of education in computer science program will: