Please join Huntington University on March 24 for Be a Teacher Day.
You will learn about the opportunities in the field of education, as well as how Huntington University prepares future teachers to meet the needs of students. The day begins at 9:30 a.m. and concludes at 3:00 p.m. In between you will get to hear from Melanie Park (2012-2013 Indiana Teacher of the Year), participate in education classes and get to know Huntington University students and faculty. The day is designed to help you get to know us better and learn how you fit into the field of education. Register online!
If you have questions, contact Carlene Peters at (260) 359-4020 or via email at email@example.com.
9:15 a.m. — Registration
9:45-10:50 a.m. — Students Attend Science Methods and Materials Class
Parents meet with Dr. Peace, Director of Teacher Education and Tyanne Bailey, Visiting Instructor of Education
11:00 a.m. — Melanie Park, 2012 Indiana Teacher of the Year
11:45 a.m. — Lunch: Welcome by Dr. Sherilyn Emberton, President
Parents Meet with Scott Raymond, Executive Director of Student Success
1:00 p.m. — Students Attend Foundations of Special Education Class
Parent Free Time: Admissions, Financial Aid, Campus Tour, etc.
2:00 p.m. — Panel Question and Answer: Education Faculty and Admissions Staff
3:00 p.m. — Dismiss / Students Connect with Overnight Hosts
Faith, family, and farming have always been uniquely connected. Opening in the fall of 2015, the Haupert Institute for Agricultural Studies at Huntington University promotes a Christian perspective on agriculture, which recognizes our responsibility to be good stewards of God's creation and to examine questions of sustainability and justice. The agribusiness program, which is under development, is intended to meet the growing need for agribusiness professionals.
The Department of Visual Arts is dedicated to producing artists of unique and creative thought and outstanding Christian faith. The program enables students to develop an understanding and appreciation for the history and the modern impact of art, to acquire a broad experience in the creative use of methods and materials, and to obtain confidence in their ability to integrate their faith, knowledge and creativity.
The Bible & Religion Department provides a foundational competence in the Bible, Christian theology, and religious thought. Courses in Bible, interpretation methodology, Biblical languages, archaeology, world religion, and Christian doctrine are all designed to help students examine and deepen their faith commitments in the service of Jesus Christ and His church.
Glimpses into the molecular basis for life have caused biology to grow in scope in recent years, and opportunities in this field are also growing. The Biology Department prepares students for entrance into professional schools, such as medicine, dentistry or optometry; entrance into graduate school in biological fields; research and application of biology in industry positions; and teaching careers in middle and secondary schools.
Students pursing degrees in Business are instructed by exceptionally credentialed faculty who challenge them to think critically, work diligently and integrate faith with their studies. No matter the focus of their discipline – Management, Marketing, Accounting, Economics, Finance, Leadership – all students (residential, adult and online) learn to connect theory to real-world analysis and problem-solving. Ethical behavior, effective stewardship, community impact and success in the business world are interwoven in graduates.
Huntington's Chemistry Department equips students to pursue both a life of faith and a career in research and industry, medicine, or education. Biochemistry and pre-pharmacy tracks are also offered to students interested in the health professions or biotechnology. Students are taught by exceptionally credentialed full-time professors and have access to high-tech equipment and well-stocked labs. Students are encouraged to explore opportunities to study off-campus, partner with professors on important research projects, or intern at one of the Midwest's leading chemical or pharmaceutical research labs.
The Department of Communication offers three degrees to prepare students for careers in a wide range of media-based jobs in the fields of public relations, radio, television, and journalism — and in a wide variety of non-media areas that use communication as the central tool for accomplishing objectives, such as human resources, intercultural ministry and missions, information management, event coordination, and teaching. Students study communication in its multifaceted dimensions, practicing faith-informed thinking about the ways our society tells stories and communicates values.
Computer science is a fast growing and rapidly changing field. Huntington's Computer Science Department provides students a solid foundation in the fundamentals of computer science, plus the flexibility to explore the latest innovations in technology and programming. Students gain the analytical skills, hands-on experience, and technological savvy needed for success in the modern workplace - skills for today, adaptability for tomorrow!
The criminal justice system brings order to society and helps to uphold the laws that protect its citizens. Huntington's Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice fully equips students to serve within this field with careers in corrections, juvenile justice, law, criminology, addictions, and public policy. With knowledge gained from a Christian perspective, students are prepared to show God’s redemptive love to people who have violated the law or who are victims of law violations.
The Digital Media Arts Department gives students the skills and experience needed to use the mediums of digital film, animation, and broadcasting to tell stories that convey the human experience from a redemptive perspective. At Huntington, students study with some of the best Christian artists and filmmakers while using state-of-the-art computer labs, spacious film studios, and task specific areas, such as a sound design mixing room, a foley pit, and a stop motion facility—all while using the newest gear in film and animation production.
Huntington University's Education Department offers a conceptual framework that enables students to become effective stewards of priceless young minds and hearts in elementary, secondary and special education classroom environments. HU's education programs include a planned series of courses, carefully chosen field experiences and student teaching during the senior year. For students who plan to continue on to earn their Master of Education, HU's MEd program provides graduate students the advanced scholarship needed to improve student learning and enhance their careers in the areas of TESOL, Elementary, Early Adolescent, and Adolescent and Young Adult Education.
Students in Huntington's English Department benefit from extensive personal interaction with highly qualified faculty. Reading and discussing literature with interesting, passionate people and self-expression through writing, artistic expression, and critical thinking are enhanced with opportunities to participate in field trips, publishing, conferences, and internships.
Huntington's History and Political Science Department offers a broad program of study that is research-led and taught by professors that are dedicated to their students. Students develop abilities in literary and oral communication, argument analysis, teamwork, independent research, and presentation skills that equip them for careers in law, political science, not-for-profit sectors, business, media, government, and more.
The Huntington University Institute for Leadership and Counseling provides a master’s degree program in counseling and organizational leadership, as well as credentialing in counseling, leadership, and executive coaching. At Huntington, you will be taught by professors who are Christian scholars, have earned advanced degrees and actively meet with clients on a regular basis. Each brings a different area of expertise to the institute, and will work closely with you to ensure you gain the breadth of knowledge necessary to become a successful practitioner in your chosen field.
To enhance the student experience, Huntington University has developed several interdisciplinary programs including the Centre for Non-Western Studies (CNWS) and the Honors Program. These interdisciplinary programs offer students a forum in which to ask the tough questions and broaden their worldview. Pulling together a team of faculty from a diverse background, these programs provide valuable perspective to enhance students' undergraduate studies.
The Department of Kinesiology offers multiple degrees that lead to careers in a variety of fields, such as rehabilitation, sport and exercise industries, recreational programs, and sport ministries. Students are also well prepared to pursue graduate programs, further expanding career opportunities. Students receive extensive hands-on experience through practicum courses, internships, and service learning.
The study of a modern language is strongly recommended for all students, not only to acquire linguistic skills, but for the purpose of gaining insight into the cultural diversity of the people of the world. The Langauge Department helps students improve proficiency in understanding native speech and writing and prepares them to communicate effectively and creatively in both oral and written modes. Classes are offered in Spanish, French, and German, with minors in Spanish or TESOL/EL also available.
Huntington University’s Master of Business Administration program offers students a solid business foundation while providing them with a host of hands-on, practical opportunities. HU's 36-credit hour program is design to be completed in just two years and is an onsite and online hybrid. Students will only be required to be on HU’s main campus one night each week with the remaining coursework completed online.
There is great demand today for individuals with strong analytical skills and experience in the development of new technologies. The Math Department offers individualized degree options and hands-on experience through internships, preparing students for a wide variety of careers requiring problem solving, logical reasoning, and the application of modern technology.
The Huntington University Department of Ministry and Missions has a discipleship-based approach, with the primary goal of preparing graduates to implement biblically sound strategies for ministry. Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees are offered. PRIME, a key distinctive of our Bachelor’s programs, is more than an internship, it’s a life-changing seven-month, full-time, off-campus ministry experience with intensive mentoring by a proven ministry leader. Our online Master’s programs help graduate students answer the call to Ministry around the globe.
Huntington University offers exceptional music training within the context of a rich liberal-arts education. The Music Department helps students develop as musicians and scholars, and ultimately, expand the depth and breadth of their creative energy and expression for the glory of God.
Our Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program is built upon Christian principles and is strengthened by our broad curriculum in the liberal arts. The program provides students with extensive on-campus and off-campus clinical experiences as well as in-depth training in human anatomy and physiology and chemistry. The faculty prepare students for a successful career in nursing through the integration of academic excellence, Christian faith, and professional competence.
At Huntington University, you can earn your associate degree in occupational therapy assistant, then continue on to pursue your bachelor's in health science and doctorate in occupational therapy. The associate to doctorate track can be completed in seven years. HU's occupational therapy program equips students for professional service, promoting the development of skills in leadership, advanced practice, and research while encouraging growth in faith.
The Philosophy Department engages in examining the basic assumptions on which all our knowledge and beliefs are built and in seeing how the world fits together. Philosophy is outstanding as a pre-professional major for students planning on graduate study in law or theology. Students are trained to think deeply and critically, providing intellectual training for any field of study.
Huntington University’s Pre-Law program prepares students for success in the law school admissions process and for the legal profession beyond law school. Courses in the program are designed to enhance students’ critical thinking and writing skills, including the ability to analyze complex problems, synthesize information, and present clear, focused, and persuasive arguments.
There is perhaps no greater calling than that of nurturing human life, and Huntington’s Pre-Med graduates have been answering that call for over a century. With the quality preparation they have received, alumni have gone on to become physicians, surgeons, pharmacists, dentists, optometrists, medical researchers, and more. Our faculty are outstanding scientists and engaging instructors who challenge students to think critically, work diligently, and integrate faith with their studies, as well as advise them individually in their career goals.
Huntington University provides a high-quality, Christian education while creating an accelerated path to earning a doctorate degree in pharmacy. Students in the accelerated pre-pharmacy track take two to three years of pre-pharmacy study at Huntington and then directly enter a four-year pharmacy doctoral program at another institution. In all, students earn their doctorate degree in pharmacy up to two years faster, without first having to complete a bachelor’s degree.
The Psychology Department offers an atmosphere of stimulating scholarly inquiry within a supportive Christian environment. Students are encouraged to develop and strengthen their personal system of Christian values as they relate the scientific study of behavior and mental processes to the truth found in Christ. Coursework for residential undergraduates and adult students online fosters critical thinking skills while preparing students for graduate study or entry-level employment in a psychology-related field.
Huntington's nationally accredited Social Work program addresses the current needs of individuals, families, groups and communities, allowing students to be globally aware and locally active. Through course instruction, community service, global connections and over 600 hours of field experience, residential and adult students are provided entry into the social work field and the capacity to become licensed in any U.S. state and are prepared for pursuit of a master’s degree.
Students in the Sociology Department engage in the study of human interactions, gaining an in-depth understanding of social institutions, cultures, social problems, and social change. Through discussion-based courses, students learn to integrate sociological theories with Christian principles and refine their individual conclusions about society.
Huntington's broad approach to liberal-arts education will introduce you to many academic disciplines, help you to examine connections between them, and ultimately choose your own path. You will develop skills that are transferable to many settings, including creativity, communication, critical thinking, ethics, teamwork, and leadership. Just as importantly, a Huntington education will not only do things for you, it will do things to you. You will be transformed into someone who sees the world through the lens of a Christ-centered worldview.
The Institute for TESOL Studies offers programs to help students expand their minds and their career options. Professionals and students in a wide variety fields, such as education, missions, ministry, social work, and international business, find relevancy in receiving training in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages).
The Department of Theatre Arts challenges students as they train with knowledgeable and experienced faculty and guest artists to create entertaining, thought-provoking, and diverse seasons of plays, musicals, student directed one-acts, and studio productions. Technical and artistic skills are developed while students engage in critical thinking that reflects the historical foundations as well as more current advances in theatrical training. Integration of faith is paramount as students learn to embrace a deeper understanding of their own humanity and the world at large.
Students pursuing a Worship Leadership major develop an understanding of true worship from a biblical and theological base – to worship in spirit and in truth. Huntington’s program is comprehensive, exploring traditional, contemporary, and emerging worship styles. Our worship training program offers a unique combination of ministry leadership preparation and specialized skill development in music and multimedia and includes PRIME, a 7-month, full-time, off-campus ministry experience with intensive mentoring by a proven ministry leader.