Crown College continues to expand its program offerings, announcing the addition of three new online majors: Criminal Justice B.S., Disaster and Emergency Management B.S., and a B.S. in General/Liberal Studies. Applications are now being accepted for all three degrees for the fall of 2013.
“We selected programs that exhibited the highest amount of growth potential. We want our graduates to be marketable and achieve their desired professional outcomes.” – Dr. James Hunter, Dean of Crown Online
The new programs were chosen based on market demand forecasts over the next 7 years, and were designed by faculty members with a proven track record of success in the classroom and in their field.
A high-demand degree with tremendous job potential, Crown’s accredited online B.S. in Criminal Justice offers students a unique educational opportunity with real-world implications: to investigate diverse social, political, legal and ethical concerns embedded in complex criminal justice issues from a Christian perspective.
With the onset of irregular weather patterns, super storms and other natural disasters, Disaster and Emergency Management is one of the top 10 professional fields experiencing job growth.
Transfer students are welcome to apply their existing credits, regardless of academic discipline, toward a degree plan that works for them. Juniors and seniors wishing to change their major without starting over can complete their studies at Crown. Freshman unsure about an area of concentration can explore multiple disciplines, graduating with broad academic experience in the liberal arts.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook indicates a job-growth rate of 27% (faster than average) for substance abuse counselors. Our Christian-centered counseling program addresses how to recognize and respond to addiction, how to support and help those in need, and the role faith plays in recovery.
Crown’s Christ-centered Marketing Minor deepens your knowledge of how research, communications, product development, advertising and marketing strategies apply to your academic discipline. In the process, you’ll become more marketable to potential employers, with more professional options after graduation.