Laurel College Degree Programs

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Laurel College offers specialty degrees honoris causa based upon cumulative, verifiable work experience through private businesses in the United States, Europe, Asia, and Africa. If your employer does not currently offer an honors degree program based on work experience, please contact us for information on setting up a program with your company.

Honors degrees currently offered:

Broadcasting Arts

Mass Communications (B.F.A.Comm., M.F.A.Comm., Ph.D.Comm.)

Laurel College degrees in Broadcasting Arts and Mass Communications are offered through the Robert Weston Smith School of Broadcast Communications and cover a variety of disciplines, including radio/television announcing, radio/television production, broadcast journalism, media marketing and copywriting, and management in radio and television.

Business Administration

Hospitality Management (Hotel and Restaurant)

Office Management

Sales and Marketing

Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship

Culinary Arts

Degree in Culinary Arts/Cooking Arts (B.C.A., M.C.A., D.C.A.)

Music

Degree in Fine Arts/Music (B.F.A, M.F.A., D.F.A.)

Music Business

Music Production

Religion and Theology

Ministry (B.A.Min, M.A.Min, D.D.)

Laurel College degrees in Religion and Theology cover a variety of inter-denominational disciplines, individually and collectively, including Ministry, Christian/Bible Studies, Pastoral/Church Leadership, and Ceremonial Officiants/Celebrancy (weddings, vow renewals, memorials, baptisms, etc.). Bachelors degree (B.A.Min.) offered at four years continuous experience; Masters degree (M.A.Min.) at eight years; Doctorate of Divinity (D.D.) at twelve years through the John Leland School of Theology and Religion at Laurel.¹

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¹ — The John Leland School of Theology and Religion at Laurel College is a private, faith-based educational institution and is not affiliated with the John Leland Center for Theological Studies (leland.edu) at Arlington, Virginia.

Photo Credit: Blue Pyramid by Sweet Ice Cream Photography; Women At Work by Tim Gouw.