Huntington University is a Christian liberal arts college in Indiana
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graduate degree programs

Huntington University offers high-quality graduate degrees and professional education challenging you to:

Engage in experiential-aimed scholarship and spiritual development. Integrate what you learn into your unique professional context. Transform the community in which you live and serve. 

Doctorate in Occupational Therapy

Available in Fort Wayne beginning in Fall 2014

Program information for Doctorate in Occupational Therapy

Graduate Christian Ministry Programs

Available face-to-face, online live, or online recorded in Fall 2014

Master's in Global Initiatives

Master's in Global Youth Ministry

Master's in Pastoral Leadership

Master's in Counseling

Available in Huntington and Fort Wayne  

Mental Health Counseling for Clinical Licensure (LMHC)

Minor in Spiritual Direction  

Master of Education 

Master of Education Content Areas and Program Information

Elementary Curriculum & Instruction

Elementary Reading

Early Adolescent Education

Adolescent & Young Adult Education

Master's in Youth Ministry Leadership

Program information for Master's in Youth Ministry Leadership  (Online-Hybrid Program)

alumni impact

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Jarred Bauer

Counseling '12

Jarred found the faith-based program at HU that he needed to further his career.

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news & events

U.S. News ranks HU as ‘Best College,’ ‘Best Value’U.S. News & World Report has ranked Huntington University in the top 15 “Best Regional Colleges,” top 5 “Best Values” and top 5 “Best Regional Colleges for Veterans.” In the 2015 edition of the magazine’s guide to the nation’s Best Colleges, U.S. News named Huntington a top-three school in Indiana and No. 14 in the Midwest.
 Huntington University enrollment up by 8 percent At 1,209 students, fall 2014 enrollment at Huntington University has increased by 8 percent compared to fall 2013. The graduate programs experienced the most significant increase to 134 students from 69 last fall, a 94 percent surge.