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Christian Liberal Arts University offering a practical and affordable graduate program. Diverse faculty and immersive learning.
The innovative Master of Leadership in Ministry will prepare you to develop and lead biblically grounded, strategic, effective ministries in church, parachurch, and not-for-profit settings. Graduates are equiped for careers in ministry leadership such as a Pastor, Youth Pastor, Non-profit Ministry Director, Children’s Pastor, Missionary, Adult Ministries Director, and many other church and Christian non-profit leadership roles!
Students in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Duquesne University enjoy success after graduation due to our focus on an undergraduate experience that is grounded in fundamental principles of the five disciplines of chemistry and centered on a hands-on, original research experience.
Our students enjoy access to modern instrumentation and research activity comparable to a large university while receiving the faculty mentoring most often seen at smaller schools. Faculty teach students skills in the classroom, labs and outside activities to be lifelong learners and promoters of science.
Recent graduates are employed at PPG and Covestro; enrolled in Ph.D. programs at Harvard, Northwestern, Cornell, CMU, Emory, University of Washington, U. Penn and UC San Diego; and medical programs at Temple, U. Pittsburgh, LECOM and UNECOM.
We welcome you to explore our website, visit the department and email us with questions. Good luck in your college search!
University of Vermont is located in Burlington, VT, a small but culturally vibrant and picturesque city that sits on the east
side of Lake Champlain with the Green Mountains to the east and the Adirondack Mountains across the lake to the west.
Burlington was recently ranked #1 by A&E Television on a list of the 10 cities that “have it all.”
The the MHP curriculum is enriched with field studies, service learning projects and other community engagement activities. In addition to having a MHP program that is highly recognized nationally, UGA and the City of Athens have so much to offer in the way of student life. The Student Historic Preservation Organization (SHPO) is active in volunteering in the community, enjoying local trivia nights, and organizing guest lecture series for students. Students also enjoy Georgia Football and tailgates in the Founders House and Memorial Garden before the games. Whether it’s taking a break between classes to visit a downtown coffee shop or get a bite to eat at nationally acclaimed restaurants, attending Graduate Student Happy Hours at local breweries, or making use of common spaces right here in Denmark Hall, students in the MHP program form a tight knit bond that extends beyond the classroom.