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Accounting

Biola's accounting programs equip you with expertise and ethical standards you need to become a successful certified public accountant (CPA) and oversee the budgeting, taxes and financial reports for a variety of businesses and organizations.

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B.S. in AccountingOn Campus
Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAcc)On Campus, Hybrid

Anthropology

Anthropology offers a set of “eyeglasses” to cure cultural nearsightedness — giving us a broader understanding and appreciation of the values, languages and behaviors that have defined humans past and present.

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B.A. in AnthropologyOn Campus
Minor in AnthropologyOn Campus

Applied Psychology

Specifically designed for working adult students, Biola's fully online applied psychology program prepares you to minister within real-world situations to influence the lives of individuals within your local church, workplace and community.

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B.S. in Applied PsychologyOnline

Archaeology

Study the history and development of archaeology, as well as the methods and theory of modern archaeology. Learn basic skills with opportunities to study world or biblical archaeology, or go on field excursions to Israel, Turkey, Greece and more.

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B.A. in AnthropologyOn Campus
Minor in AnthropologyOn Campus

Art

Become both a creator and serious student of visual art — someone who understands the unique power of the arts to teach us about the beauty, brokenness and complexity of our world.

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B.F.A. in Studio ArtOn Campus
B.S. in DesignOn Campus
B.S. in Studio ArtOn Campus
Minor in ArtOn Campus
Minor in Art HistoryOn Campus

Bible Exposition

The M.A. program in Bible exposition offers a broad academic study of the Scriptures, equipping you to interpret the Old and New Testaments in their proper historical, cultural and literary context and convey their significance for people today.

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Master of Arts (Bible Exposition)On Campus, Online

Biblical Ministries

Specifically designed for working adult students, this fully online program seeks to increase your knowledge of the Bible, expand your practical ministry skills, deepen your spiritual life and equip you to be a more effective ministry leader.

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B.S. in Biblical MinistriesOnline

Biblical and Theological Studies

As Christians, the Bible is central to our lives. Biola’s biblical and theological studies programs provides the tools you need to more effectively study Scripture and theology — whether your plans involve teaching, church ministry or seminary.

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B.A. in Biblical and Theological StudiesOn Campus
Certificate in Biblical and Theological StudiesOn Campus, Online, Hybrid
Minor in Biblical and Theological StudiesOn Campus

Biochemistry

Biochemistry, the study of the chemistry of living systems, is an essential field for those interested in medicine and health-related careers. In Biola's biochemistry program, you'll gain a strong foundation for medical school or graduate programs.

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B.S. in BiochemistryOn Campus

Biology

Biola's biological science programs offer you the knowledge and skills needed to study and appreciate God's creation at the organismal and biomolecular level, preparing you for a range of health-related careers.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.S. in Biological ScienceOn Campus
B.S. in Biological Science, Secondary InstructionOn Campus
B.S. in Human BiologyOn Campus
Minor in Biological ScienceOn Campus

Business Administration

Through Biola's business programs, you'll join other kingdom-minded entrepreneurs and mentors as you develop the skills, insights and strategic thinking you need to be a successful, effective leader in the world of business.

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B.S. in Business AdministrationOn Campus
Master of Business Administration (MBA)On Campus, Hybrid
Minor in Business AdministrationOn Campus

Business Analytics

Biola's business analytics concentration gives you the tools you need to succeed in an increasingly data-driven business world. You’ll be equipped to use data to help businesses become more strategic and better stewards of their resources.

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B.S. in Business AdministrationOn Campus

Business Management

Specifically designed for working adult learners, Biola's fully online business management program prepares you to become a strong, innovative business leader with a critical mind, management skills and a vision for building healthy organizations.

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B.S. in Business AdministrationOn Campus
B.S. in Business ManagementOnline
Master of Management, Nonprofit Organizations (MM)On Campus, Hybrid

Chemistry

Biola's chemistry programs provide rigorous coursework, hands-on-training and research experience — preparing you to pursue professional careers in the chemical and molecular sciences or to continue toward advanced degrees.

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B.S. in ChemistryOn Campus
Minor in ChemistryOn Campus

Christian Apologetics

Biola is world-renowned for its programs in Christian apologetics, an essential interdisciplinary field of study that aims to equip believers to defend the great truths of the Christian faith.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Master of Arts (Christian Apologetics)On Campus, Hybrid

Christian Ministry

Biola's undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs in Christian ministry are designed to deepen your biblical knowledge, teach you practical ministry principles, and prepare you for a lifelong calling by focusing on your spiritual formation.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in Christian MinistriesOn Campus
B.S. in Biblical MinistriesOnline
Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.)Hybrid
M.A. in Christian Ministry and LeadershipOn Campus, Hybrid
Master of Arts (Talbot School of Theology)On Campus, Online, Hybrid
Master of DivinityOn Campus, Hybrid
Minor in Christian MinistriesOn Campus

Cinema and Media Arts

As a national leader among Christian film schools, Biola allows you to work with accomplished professors and industry professionals, giving you the technical training and hands-on experience you need to become an exceptional visual storyteller.

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B.A. in Cinema and Media ArtsOn Campus

Clinical Psychology

Biola's APA-accredited Rosemead School of Psychology offers two doctoral programs in clinical psychology — a Ph.D. and a Psy.D. — both of which prepare you with strong clinical skills and the ability to integrate your faith and your field.

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Ph.D. in Clinical PsychologyOn Campus
Psy.D. in Clinical PsychologyOn Campus

Coaching

Prepare for a profession in coaching various sports by gaining a broad educational foundation in human movement, sport psychology, kinesiology and coaching techniques.

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Minor in CoachingOn Campus

Commercial Music

Designed for those who want to pursue a career in the music industry, Biola’s commercial music program allows students to be taught by top professional musicians and gain real-world experience in songwriting, music production, technology and arranging.

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B.A. in MusicOn Campus

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Millions of people have physical and cognitive disorders that affect their ability to communicate. Biola’s programs in communication sciences and disorders give you the specialized knowledge and clinical training you’ll need to serve them.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.S. in Communication Sciences and DisordersOn Campus
M.S. in Speech-Language PathologyOn Campus

Communication Studies

Learn both the art and science of communication — and develop the practical writing, speaking and research skills you need to succeed in a range of careers and graduate programs.

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B.A. in Communication StudiesOn Campus
Minor in Communication StudiesOn Campus

Computer Science

Technology is transforming our world — from business to communication to entertainment. Biola’s computer science programs prepare you to innovate, program, solve problems and succeed across a range of careers in this constantly changing landscape.

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B.S. in Computer ScienceOn Campus
Minor in Computer ScienceOn Campus

Curriculum, Instruction and Publication

Choose from a range of programs that will equip you with the advanced knowledge and practical training you need in order to successfully develop and publish books, curriculum and grants that impact student learning.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Certificate in Curriculum and InstructionOnline
M.A. in EducationOn Campus, Online, Hybrid
M.A. in TeachingOn Campus, Online, Hybrid
M.S. in Curriculum, Instruction and PublicationOnline, Hybrid

Design

Design is all around us: the advertisements we watch, the websites we visit, the products we use. In Biola's design programs, you'll get extensive training in art theory, digital tools and contemporary trends, preparing you for a wide range of careers.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.F.A. in Studio ArtOn Campus
B.S. in DesignOn Campus

Early Childhood Education

Biola's early childhood education programs offer state-approved coursework required for five of California’s child development permits — preparing you to effectively teach in public and private programs serving infants through grade three.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Child Development Permits (Graduate)On Campus
Child Development Permits (Undergraduate)On Campus
M.A. in EducationOn Campus, Online, Hybrid
M.A. in TeachingOn Campus, Online, Hybrid

Education

The School of Education offers a variety of programs for aspiring teachers, educators and curriculum creators — both at the undergraduate and graduate level. Learn what it takes to be an effective educator for students of all ages and backgrounds.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in Liberal Studies, Elementary EducationOn Campus
B.A. in Liberal Studies, MultidisciplinaryOn Campus
M.A. in EducationOn Campus, Online, Hybrid
M.A. in TeachingOn Campus, Online, Hybrid
M.S. in Curriculum, Instruction and PublicationOnline, Hybrid
M.S. in Special EducationOnline, Hybrid
Minor in Elementary EducationOn Campus
Minor in Secondary EducationOn Campus

Educational Studies

Biola’s advanced degrees in educational studies prepare you for leadership in educational ministry, whether you are planning to teach in higher education or to conduct research — all taught and discussed through a Christian worldview.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Ed.D. in Educational StudiesOn Campus, Hybrid
Ph.D. in Educational StudiesOn Campus, Hybrid

Elementary Education

Choose from several programs that prepare you to teach multiple subjects at the elementary-level — each offering a foundation in lesson planning, classroom technology, psychology and reading, as well as opportunities to observe teachers in action.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in Liberal Studies, Elementary EducationOn Campus
B.A. in Liberal Studies, MultidisciplinaryOn Campus
M.A. in TeachingOn Campus, Online, Hybrid
Minor in Elementary EducationOn Campus
Teacher Preparation Program (Undergraduate)On Campus
Teaching CredentialsOn Campus

Engineering Physics

Learn to practically apply scientific knowledge to improve people’s lives through Biola's engineering physics program, which includes a partnership with the University of Southern California.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.S. in Engineering PhysicsOn Campus

English

The English language is a powerful tool, and Biola’s English programs equip you to wield it with confidence and artistry. Learn to analyze and appreciate great literature while also honing skills in communication, persuasion and creative expression.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in EnglishOn Campus
Minor in EnglishOn Campus

English Language Program

Biola’s English Language Program offers a robust, immersive language-learning experience for international students hoping to pursue academic degrees at the undergraduate or graduate level, as well as for Biola students for whom English is not a primary language.

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English Language Program

Environmental Science

Environmental science is an interdisciplinary field, focusing on solving problems involving people and the rest of God’s creation. Explore this dynamic and crucial subject through Biola’s environmental science minor.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Minor in Environmental ScienceOn Campus

Evangelism and Discipleship

The M.Div. in evangelism and discipleship prepares you to be an effective evangelist and discipler, and ready to equip others in outreach or evangelistic ministries. Topics covered include church planting, church growth and small group discipleship.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Master of Divinity (Evangelism and Discipleship)On Campus, Hybrid

Film

As a national leader among Christian film schools, Biola allows you to work with accomplished professors and industry professionals, giving you the technical training and hands-on experience you need to become an exceptional visual storyteller.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in Cinema and Media ArtsOn Campus

Financial Management

Gain a foundational understanding of how to manage cash flow for organizations — including coursework in finance, investments and leadership — preparing you for careers such as financial analyst, portfolio manager or research associate.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.S. in Business AdministrationOn Campus

Financial Planning

Biola's financial planning programs equip you to coach others on how to manage their finances — from taxes, debt, savings, real estate and retirement planning — and prepare you for the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) examination.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.S. in Business AdministrationOn Campus
Minor in Financial PlanningOn Campus

Gender Studies

Explore the complex subject of gender through the lenses of theology, anthropology, literature, psychology and sociology — preparing you for work, study or research.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Minor in Gender StudiesOn Campus

History

To understand today’s world, we first have to understand yesterday’s world. As a history student, you’ll examine the events, trends and worldviews that have shaped civilization — preparing you for careers in law, journalism, teaching and more.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in HistoryOn Campus
B.A. in Social ScienceOn Campus
Minor in HistoryOn Campus

Human Biology

Biola's human biology program focuses on the scientific understanding of God's most complex design — the human body — providing you with the knowledge base and skills you'll need to successfully enter graduate studies and the field of health care.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.S. in Human BiologyOn Campus

Intercultural Education

Equip yourself further as an educational professional through this doctoral program that deepens your understanding and application of relevant theoretical constructs in intercultural education.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Ph.D. in Intercultural EducationOn Campus, Hybrid

Intercultural Studies

The M.Div. in missions and intercultural studies equips you to teach and serve in cross-cultural contexts. This program also provides greater access to the Cook School of Intercultural Studies with options to customize your curriculum.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Master of Divinity (Missions and Intercultural Studies)On Campus, Hybrid

Intercultural Studies

Biola's intercultural studies programs equip you to communicate, live and work effectively in culturally diverse contexts — important skills in a connected world where different cultures, customs, languages and values constantly intersect.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in Intercultural StudiesOn Campus
Doctor of Intercultural StudiesOn Campus, Hybrid
M.A. in Intercultural StudiesOn Campus, Online, Hybrid
Minor in Intercultural StudiesOn Campus
Ph.D. in Intercultural StudiesOn Campus, Hybrid

Interdisciplinary Studies

Sometimes the best way to reach your unique career goals is to design your own path. Biola's interdisciplinary studies program allows you to do just that: customize your degree by pairing two academic disciplines you are most passionate about.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in Interdisciplinary StudiesOn Campus

International Business

Biola's international business concentration prepares you for entrepreneurial and corporate careers in an increasingly global and multicultural economic environment, helping you to understand the complexities of doing business across diverse cultures.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.S. in Business AdministrationOn Campus

International Development

Gain the knowledge and experience you need to work with international development organizations to help meet the physical and spiritual needs of people in developing countries around the world.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Minor in International DevelopmentOn Campus

International Relations

Biola's international relations program teaches you about the key ideas, institutions and actors involved in global politics while developing your critical thinking, research, writing and diplomacy skills.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Minor in International RelationsOn Campus

Islamic Studies

Study Islamic theology and culture, Middle Eastern history and Christian theology of mission — and prepare to make disciples among Muslims and impact the Islamic world for Christ.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Minor in Islamic StudiesOn Campus

Journalism and Integrated Media

In Biola’s journalism programs, you’ll learn reporting and storytelling from experienced media professionals while gaining real-world journalism experience in one of the world’s largest and most influential media centers.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in Journalism and Integrated MediaOn Campus
Minor in Journalism and Integrated MediaOn Campus

Kinesiology

In Biola’s kinesiology programs, you’ll receive specialized training in human movement and athletic performance, preparing you to be a competent and caring Christian professional in such fields as teaching, exercise science and allied health care.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.S. in KinesiologyOn Campus
Minor in Kinesiology and Health ScienceOn Campus

Law

Prepare for graduate work in law and related fields through one of Biola's several programs that provide a liberal-arts-based introduction to courses in law, government and critical reasoning.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in Political ScienceOn Campus
Minor in Political ScienceOn Campus
Minor in Pre-LawOn Campus

Liberal Studies

Biola's liberal studies programs offer you the academic foundation and practical techniques you need to be an effective educator, whether as an elementary school teacher or in other education-related fields.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in Liberal Studies, Elementary EducationOn Campus
B.A. in Liberal Studies, MultidisciplinaryOn Campus

Linguistics

Linguistics focuses on the practical application of language studies, including language teaching, translation and speech therapy. Learn how to break language barriers through Biola's undergraduate minor and master's programs.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Certificate in LinguisticsOn Campus
M.A. in Applied LinguisticsOn Campus
M.A. in Linguistics and Biblical LanguagesOn Campus
Minor in Applied LinguisticsOn Campus

Management

Biola's management programs prepare you to become a strong business leader — someone with the innovation, creativity, critical thinking and people-management skills needed to help build a healthy organization.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.S. in Business AdministrationOn Campus
B.S. in Business ManagementOnline
Master of Management, Nonprofit Organizations (MM)On Campus, Hybrid

Marketing

Biola's marketing concentrations equip you to be an effective marketer and business leader who understands your target audiences using research, then reaching them with strategic advertising, messaging, promotions and other tools.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.S. in Business AdministrationOn Campus

Mathematics

Biola’s math programs offer you a strong foundation in statistics, operations research, data analysis and problem-solving skills, preparing you for success in a variety of industries, as well as teaching or graduate school.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.S. in MathematicsOn Campus
Minor in MathematicsOn Campus

Messianic Jewish Studies

Biola's Messianic Jewish Studies takes place in New York at the Charles L. Feinberg Center. Students seeking to serve in messianic ministries will increase their impact through courses in rabbinic theology, Jewish history and the study of Hebrew.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Certificate in Messianic Jewish StudiesOn Campus
Master of Divinity (Messianic Jewish Studies)On Campus

Middle East Studies

Deepen your knowledge of the history, cultures, religions and politics of the Middle East — a part of the world that has played a vital role in biblical and religious history, and continues to play a vital role in world politics today.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Minor in Middle East StudiesOn Campus

Missions

Explore the historical, theological, cultural and strategic realities of Christianity's global mission — helping you to avoid mistakes of the past while using the most effective means possible to advance the gospel.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
M.A. in MissionsOn Campus, Hybrid
Minor in MissionsOn Campus

Missions

The M.Div. in missions and intercultural studies equips you to teach and serve in cross-cultural contexts. This program also provides greater access to the Cook School of Intercultural Studies with options to customize your curriculum.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Master of Divinity (Missions and Intercultural Studies)On Campus, Hybrid

Music

Biola's Conservatory of Music provides you with a classical music education fully accredited with the prestigious National Association of Schools of Music, and offers a range of programs suited to your professional goals and areas of interest.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in MusicOn Campus
B.M. in Music CompositionOn Campus
B.M. in Music EducationOn Campus
B.M. in Music PerformanceOn Campus
Minor in Applied MusicOn Campus
Minor in MusicOn Campus

Music Composition

The music composition program at Biola's Conservatory of Music gives you opportunities to compose concert and film music, learn valuable skills in music business and technology, and explore what it means to be a composer committed to Christ.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.M. in Music CompositionOn Campus

Music Education

The music education program at Biola's Conservatory of Music allows you to gain teaching experience and grow your skills in conducting, interpreting and performing music — preparing you for a successful career as a music educator.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.M. in Music EducationOn Campus

Music Performance

The music performance program at Biola's Conservatory of Music offers you a comprehensive musical education through a broad range of on-stage opportunities and in-depth classes. Concentrations are offered in voice, instrumental, piano and organ.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.M. in Music PerformanceOn Campus

New Testament

In the M.A. program in New Testament, you'll become a serious student of the Greek language, study the text's historical and cultural backgrounds and explore current scholarship — all preparing you for further academic study or ministry.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Master of Arts (New Testament)On Campus, Online

Nursing

In Biola’s nursing program, you’ll learn to provide competent nursing care through rigorous coursework, our skills and simulation labs and clinical experiences at area hospitals and health care agencies.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.S. in NursingOn Campus

Old Testament

The M.A. program in Old Testament deepens your knowledge of Ancient Near Eastern history and culture, requires study of the text in Hebrew and engages with key questions and scholarship — all preparing you for further academic study or ministry.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Master of Arts (Old Testament)On Campus, Hybrid

Pastoral Care and Counseling

Be equipped to minister with compassion through Biola's graduate programs in pastoral care and counseling, which prepare you with biblical wisdom and practical training needed to serve the pastoral needs of people in various ministry settings.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Master of Arts in Christian Ministry and Leadership (Pastoral Care and Counseling)On Campus, Hybrid
Master of Divinity (Pastoral Care and Counseling)On Campus, Hybrid

Pastoral and General Ministries

The M.Div. in pastoral and general ministries is Talbot's most popular degree for those preparing for pastoral leadership in the church or other ministries. Core classes cover the Bible, theology, biblical languages, expository preaching and more.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Master of Divinity (Pastoral and General Ministries)On Campus, Hybrid

Philosophy

Biola’s philosophy programs will challenge you to think deeply about humanity’s most enduring questions while gaining practical skills that prepare you for a broad range of careers and graduate programs.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in PhilosophyOn Campus
Minor in PhilosophyOn Campus

Philosophy

Led by renowned Christian philosophers, Biola's M.A. program in philosophy equips rigorous thinkers who can articulate the Christian worldview in intellectually credible ways — whether in the philosophical community, academia, the church or elsewhere.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Master of Arts (Philosophy)On Campus, Hybrid

Physical Science

Biola's physical science programs equip you across several scientific disciplines to become a skilled scientist who glorifies God, properly stewards his creation and serves others in research, education and the industry.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.S. in Physical ScienceOn Campus
Minor in Physical ScienceOn Campus

Physics

Physics is a broad discipline covering mechanics, thermodynamics, electronics, optics and more. Biola's programs in this field equip you for graduate school and careers in a technology-oriented business, industry or government agency.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.S. in PhysicsOn Campus
Minor in PhysicsOn Campus

Political Science

Develop a solid grasp of government, law, history, international relations and the role of religion in public life — preparing you for successful involvement in government and a wide range of careers.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in Political ScienceOn Campus
B.A. in Social ScienceOn Campus
Minor in Political ScienceOn Campus

Preaching and Pastoral Ministry

Biola's programs in preaching and pastoral ministry equip you to teach from the Bible in clear and compelling ways, while preparing you for practical ministry and encouraging your personal spiritual transformation.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in Biblical and Theological StudiesOn Campus
Master of Arts in Christian Ministry and Leadership (Preaching and Pastoral Ministry)On Campus, Hybrid

Psychology

Psychology is all about understanding how people think, behave and relate. At Biola, a Christian worldview is a vital part of this understanding, which is why we integrate the scientific study of human behavior with a biblical view of human nature.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in PsychologyOn Campus
B.S. in Applied PsychologyOnline
Minor in PsychologyOn Campus
Ph.D. in Clinical PsychologyOn Campus
Psy.D. in Clinical PsychologyOn Campus

Public Relations

Public relations is all about relationships. At Biola, you'll learn how to build relationships with people on behalf of organizations and develop valuable skills in creating PR campaigns and working with media.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in Public RelationsOn Campus

Science and Religion

Integrate evangelical Christianity with modern science by studying theology and the history and philosophy of science. Develop a mature and informed Christian worldview, especially as you relate to those with secular views in this field.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Master of Arts (Science and Religion)Hybrid

Science and Theology

Science and theology dives into the history and philosophy of science. A perfect minor for students already majoring in chemistry, physics, engineering, or biology, but also open to non-science majors (with certain science requirements).

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Minor in Science and TheologyOn Campus

Secondary Education

Choose from programs that prepare you to teach a specific subject at the middle- and high-school levels — each offering a foundation in lesson planning, classroom technology, psychology and reading, and opportunities to observe teachers in action.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
M.A. in TeachingOn Campus, Online, Hybrid
Minor in Secondary EducationOn Campus
Teacher Preparation Program (Undergraduate)On Campus
Teaching CredentialsOn Campus

Social Justice, Human Rights and Conflict Transformation

Be equipped with the advocacy tools you'll need to effectively engage in social justice work marked by both the proclamation and demonstration of the gospel to the lost, the least and the last.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Minor in Social Justice, Human Rights and Conflict TransformationOn Campus

Social Science

Biola's social science programs offer you a broad foundation in history, political science and sociology, teaching you how to critically evaluate and explore solutions for current issues and social problems.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in Social ScienceOn Campus

Social Work

Prepare to make a difference in the lives of individuals and at-risk communities as a social worker by gaining a broad foundation in sociology as well as internship experience.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in SociologyOn Campus
Minor in Social WorkOn Campus

Sociology

Learn how culture, social environments and institutions affect our everyday lives, and the importance of seeking social justice as a Christian — and prepare for careers in such fields as criminal justice, counseling, politics and social work.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in Social ScienceOn Campus
B.A. in SociologyOn Campus
Minor in SociologyOn Campus

Spanish

Through Biola’s Spanish programs, you’ll develop Spanish writing and speaking skills and grow in appreciation for Hispanic cultures, preparing you for successful careers and service in Spanish-speaking contexts.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in SpanishOn Campus
Minor in SpanishOn Campus

Special Education

Biola offers a range of special education programs at the graduate and undergraduate level that prepare you to work with students who have mild to moderate learning, emotional and intellectual disabilities.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Certificate in Special Education (Graduate)Online
Certificate in Special Education (Undergraduate)On Campus
M.A. in EducationOn Campus, Online, Hybrid
M.A. in TeachingOn Campus, Online, Hybrid
M.S. in Special EducationOnline, Hybrid
Teacher Preparation Program (Undergraduate)On Campus
Teaching CredentialsOn Campus

Speech-Language Pathology

Millions of people have physical and cognitive disorders that affect their ability to communicate. Biola’s programs in speech-language pathology give you the specialized knowledge and clinical training you’ll need to serve them.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.S. in Communication Sciences and DisordersOn Campus
M.S. in Speech-Language PathologyOn Campus

Spiritual Formation

Biola's Institute for Spiritual Formation offers a range of academic programs that enable you to study and experience spiritual transformation, deepen your prayer life and open your heart to God in preparation for practical ministry.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Certificate in Spiritual FormationOn Campus, Hybrid
M.A. in Spiritual Formation and Soul CareOn Campus, Hybrid
Master of Arts (Spiritual Formation)On Campus, Hybrid
Master of Divinity (Spiritual Formation)On Campus, Hybrid

TESOL

English has become the world's most widely used language. Biola's Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) programs prepare you to meet the great demand for trained professionals who can teach English to immigrants, refugees, international students and learners around the world.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Certificate in TESOL (Graduate)On Campus
Certificate in TESOL (Undergraduate)On Campus
M.A. in TESOLOn Campus, Online
Minor in TESOLOn Campus

Teaching

The Master of Arts in Teaching is a practitioner's degree, designed to give you advanced skills and techniques in the classroom. The program is ideal for students who desire to earn a teaching credential while working toward a master's degree.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
M.A. in TeachingOn Campus, Online, Hybrid

Teaching Credential

Biola offers a range of teaching credential options — available to students across all majors, educational backgrounds and experience levels — preparing you for a successful career in an elementary, middle or high school classroom.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
M.A. in EducationOn Campus, Online, Hybrid
M.A. in TeachingOn Campus, Online, Hybrid
Teacher Preparation Program (Undergraduate)On Campus
Teaching CredentialsOn Campus

Theatre

Gain a deeper understanding of the dramatic craft, including acting, directing, design and storytelling — preparing you for a professional career in theater and other communicative arts venues.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.A. in Communication StudiesOn Campus
B.A. in TheatreOn Campus
Minor in TheatreOn Campus

Theology

Talbot's graduate programs in theology prepares you to become a deep theological thinker with a biblical foundation. You will be better equipped to “think theologically” and know how to respond to issues facing today’s Church and society.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
Master of Arts (Theology — Greek and Non-Greek Track)On Campus, Online
Master of Arts, Classical TheologyOn Campus

Worship Arts

Develop in your musicianship, spiritual formation and biblical knowledge as you prepare to lead music in worship for a variety of settings, such as church services, retreats and conferences.

Degrees & ProgramsFormats
B.M. in Worship Arts
Minor in Contemporary Worship MusicOn Campus