Graduate Programs for the Common Good
EMU’s graduate programs offer rigorous academics and hands-on experiences that prepare graduates for work that serves the common good. Each program develops leaders who reflect on their practice and implement change through building people up towards a common goal. Stewardship of resources, sustainability of the earth and people, and global awareness are core values. Developing self awareness as a practitioner is a key element of all programs.
As a graduate student at EMU, you will find caring professors and capable staff who will walk with you through your studies and celebrate your triumphs as part of a supportive community. Call 540-432-4000 or email or review the graduate catalog of academic policies.
Our two-year MA in biomedicine
program prepares postbaccalaureate students for entrance into medical, dental, and other grad-level health care schools with doctoral programs.
Our MA in counseling
program is CACREP
-accredited and provides faith-based counselor training based on the highest standards of professional excellence.
and MA in organizational leadership
students take core classes together one night a week and focus on increasing leadership strengths, building management skills, and stewardship strategies.
Our MS in nursing and leadership is an online model
for working nurses who need to maintain family commitments and remain on the job while developing leadership and management skills.
Seminary Dean Michael King
, PhD, has long been an editor, publisher, and pastor in congregations in Pennsylvania.
Graduate Dean David Glanzer
, MS, PhD, is a former director and current professor in EMU's MA in counseling program.