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Social Studies Education

The Social Studies Education major prepares students for certification to teach in public or private secondary education. The program is designed to meet the requirements of the state of ...

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History

History

The study of history is fundamental to understanding the present and impacting the future. Students in our program will explore public history, political history, American religious history, ...

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PreLaw

Legal Studies (Pre-Law and Paralegal)

The Legal Studies Program is designed not only to meet the needs of students who plan to go to law school, but also to train students to become paralegals in the legal, government and business ...

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Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice

Evangel’s Criminal Justice program provides a solid foundation for students to become involved in the multifaceted criminal justice system, which includes law enforcement, juvenile justice, ...

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Public Administration

An increasing number of American jobs are associated with government and/or organizations interacting with government agencies. The vast majority of these can be described as “public ...

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Behavioral and Social Sciences


Sociology

Evangel’s Behavioral Sciences Department exists to train and equip professionals who serve Jesus through serving people. The degree programs offer rich opportunities to students through coursework, interaction with faculty and students, and the challenge to integrate faith concepts in every activity.

Finding commonality under the banner of the “helping professions”, students in these programs have opportunities to conduct and present research projects and develop professional skills by serving as volunteers and interns in the community.

Graduates serve in settings like schools, clinics, government offices, hospitals, churches and non-profit organizations.

Behavioral Sciences offers highly sought-after programs like Criminal Justice, Social Work and Psychology.

In addition to traditional undergraduate programs, working adult students may pursue a degree in Human Services, while graduate students have the opportunity to apply to the Counseling Psychology master’s program.

Contact the department to find out more about the 25 faculty members and multiple full accreditations represented.

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