The Graduate Programs at Vanguard University offers certificates and academic degrees that are offered in a classroom-based (residential), distance learning (online), and blended formats during a two-semester academic year and in Summer sessions. The Graduate Programs are committed to providing students with a broad education and expertise in an academic major clinical psychology, education, nursing, organizational psychology, and theology. This education supports Vanguard University’s mission to pursue knowledge, cultivate character, deepen faith, and equip each student for a Spirit-empowered life of Christ-centered leadership and service. Emphasis is placed on the application of an academic discipline to an integrated Christian faith and life as it is lived in vocation, service, and graduate studies.
Graduate Programs offered at Vanguard University are listed below within their respective divisions. Academic majors typically have several options for minors, concentrations, and emphases. A petition for an academic minor, concentration, or emphasis must be filed with the Registrar's Office.
Division of Arts, Education and Humanities
The Teacher Advancement Program courses are designed to provide current teachers with continuing education to increase their knowledge and effectiveness in the classroom. This is for professional development purposes only and is not associated with an academic degree offered through Vanguard University.