Warner Pacific offers degree programs specifically tailored to the needs of working adults. This allows you to earn your college degree in the most efficient, convenient and affordable way possible.
Warner Pacific is an accredited liberal arts college committed to providing an education that prepares you for the spiritual, moral, social, vocational and technological challenges you face today.
Associate of Arts in Organizational Dynamics
The Associate of Arts in Organizational Dynamics (AOD) is a two-year, liberal arts degree with an emphasis on the rapidly changing environments of today’s organizations. Students working in the areas of business and human services will find AOD studies enhance professional development as well as being applicable to their work. The degree is suitable for transfer to four-year degree programs, as well as meeting the needs of students who desire a general two-year degree.
Bachelor of Business Administration
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program balances theoretical instruction with practical, hands-on experiences. Warner Pacific business graduates have gone on to careers in accounting, marketing and management, as well as various graduate programs.
Bachelor of Science in Human Development
Studies in the Bachelor of Science in Human Development (BHD) program provide a background in human development. Students are prepared for a variety of vocational opportunities in human services and church ministry as well as studies in graduate programs within the social sciences.
Bachelor of Accounting
The Bachelor of Accounting (BAC) combines hands-on experience with theoretical instruction and equips students for careers in accounting or serves as the first step toward CPA certification. The program concentrates on generally accepted accounting practices and principles, federal and state tax laws as they relate to individuals and organizations, the importance of accounting controls, and the function of auditing. Emphasis will also be placed on understanding ethics in a world-view context and the employment of ethical decision-making in organizations. The student will develop skills and understand the process of assessing, evaluating and making decisions about the operational and financial management of business and organizations.
Bachelor of Health Care Administration
The Bachelor of Health Care Administration (BHCA) program integrates the theoretical foundation of health care administration with practical application. The curriculum is designed to promote the development of high moral character in students as they prepare to utilize ethical decision-making practices in positions of leadership and management in health care organizations.
Master of Arts in Teaching
The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) is designed to meet the needs of students with a bachelor's degree who wish to become classroom teachers. The program will provide education on current instructional practices as well as an understanding of the complexities of the teaching profession. Candidates who complete the MAT will be eligible for an Initial I Teaching License in one or more of the following authorizations: early childhood, elementary, mid-level, and/or high school.
Master of Education
The Master of Education (MED) degree is intended for licensed teachers seeking courses and experiences for professional growth and/or credits for continued renewal of their license. Faculty members strive to guide students from where they are currently toward where they want to be professionally. The coursework is a mix of teaching pedagogy, research, reflection about the classroom practice and current topics in education.
Master of Science in Management and Organizational Leadership
The Master of Science in Management and Organizational Leadership (MMOL) program focuses on the theories, models, research findings and best practices found in the interdisciplinary, organizational leadership studies field. Although classical leadership theories, models and case studies are examined, the emphasis of the program is practical and applied in nature, building cognitive, behavioral, spiritual, interpersonal and strategic leadership skills that are applicable to the real-world, issues-based experiences of the working adults enrolled in the program.
Master of Science in Accounting
The Master of Science in Accounting (MAct) program is designed to prepare the student for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or the Certified Managerial Accountant (CMA) exam and subsequent licensure. Cohorts in the program meet two nights a week. The program is designed around the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) core competency framework. The focus is on skill development and is not structured around traditional subject/content areas or accounting services. Emphasis is given to the skills that are tested on the CPA and CMA examinations: analysis, judgment, communication, research and understanding. Emphasis is also placed on the core values of the accounting profession.