Undergraduate Catalog - Academic Information - Programs and Selected Career Training | Judson University Christian College

Programs and Selected Career Training

Judson University confers the Associate of Arts (A.A), Bachelor of Arts (B.A), Master of Architecture (M.Arch), Master of Arts (M.A), Master of Business Administration (MBA),  Master of Education (M.Ed), Master of Leadership in Ministry (M.L.M) and a Doctor of Education (Ed.D).

Programs in Selected Career Training

An increasing number of students are seeking specific preparation for a post-university career. The Judson faculty seeks to meet that need within the flexibility of an accredited liberal arts education. See coordinators in selected career training programs for each division.


Judson courses fulfill all requirements for pre-medicine study, and graduates may immediately enter medical or dental schools. Faculty members in the Science-Mathematics Department serve as a committee to advise on pre-med courses. Students interested in the medical profession should contact these faculty members as early as possible.


The Pre-Law program at Judson helps students develop the skills necessary for successful performance in law school and legal practice. The course offerings are designed in accordance with the preferences of law schools for undergraduate study. Additional resources and guidance are available, including LSAT preparation, internship opportunities, and off-campus study programs to enhance preparation for law school and vocation. Students interested in the pre-law opportunities at Judson should contact the pre-law advisor, Dr. Craig Kaplowitz at ckaplowitz@judsonu.edu.

Teacher Certification: "Certificate Only" Program

For those who already have at least a bachelor's degree, the Teacher Education Division offers coursework leading to teacher certification (including student teaching). State-approved programs are available for Elementary Education; Early Childhood Education; Secondary Education (English; Mathematics; Science/Biology; Science/Chemistry; Social Science/History); Special Education (Early Childhood or Learning Behavior Specialist I); and Physical Education (K-12) as well as Bilingual and ESL endorsements. Completion of licensure requirements typically takes five semesters – two of “foundations, ” two of “methods,” and one of student teaching – and the ability to take a combination of daytime and evening courses is required.  For more information, contact Dr. Keith Drew, Director of Secondary Education and Certification Only Programs: 847-628-1082 or kdrew@judsonu.edu

*These programs assume interested candidates have already earned a degree in one of these programs.

Student Success and Registrar's Office Staff

Virginia L. Guth
Associate Vice President for Student Success and

University Registrar


Heather Johnson
Assistant Registrar


Maria Aguirre
Academic Advisor - Adult Professional (BA) and Graduate


Kat Hamilton
Academic Records Coordinator - Adult Professional


Caitlin Kiel
Assistant to the Registrar:
Course Schedule and Data Specialist


Kayla Collins

First Year Freshmen Academic Advisor:

Traditional and Adult Professional (AA)

Transcript Orders


Kirsten Olson
Transfer Student Director


Jill A. Hargis
Graduation Advisor


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