Perhaps you just want to advance in the career you have. Or maybe you're looking for something different and want to totally change your career direction.
Wherever you are and in whatever field, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences offer some of the most unique master's programs in the area, each created to meet the needs of industries that are continually changing, and continually looking for day-one-ready employees.
At Lipscomb, you'll join a faith-based community with high expectations for academic excellence, both from our students and our faculty. You'll receive real-world, hands-on experience that takes you beyond a classroom or a computer screen. And you'll join others in specially designed cohorts created for busy professionals who are already balancing work and family commitments.
We understand the challenges. But we see hundreds of students who throughout the year meet them head-on and succeed. They are ready, with a master's degree in their hands, to make an important next move in their lives and careers. Your next move is closer than you might think. Start it now at Lipscomb.
Master theory and best practices in advertising for successful application in your work. Gain insight into how professional advertising fits in the contemporary communication setting.
Prepare for a terminal degree that leads to a career in archaeology. Acquire skills and engage in professional experiences that will equip you to practice archaeology in the field or to teach in a humanities-based discipline.
Extensive research opportunities and hands-on experiences in this program are bound to make you stand out in your career in medicine, research or forensic science. Significantly develop your skills and strengthen your application into the allied health professions with the help of proven faculty and dedicated mentors.
Learn how to touch lives in meaningful ways that only a trained counselor can. With curriculum built around licensure expectations and a 100 percent pass rate, you'll be prepared to excel.
Health communication is an area of study that examines how different communication methods, strategies and tactics can increase health literacy, motivate healthier behaviors and enhance provider-patient relationships. Earn a master's degree or choose from four graduate certificates in Health Care Communication, Public Health Communication, Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication, and Intercultural Communication.
Your rigorous training to become a caring and compassionate therapist will prepare you to serve individuals overcoming their mental health challenges, help couples restore a thriving relationship, and lead families to create healthy and effective family processes.
Earn a terminal degree that will give you the necessary experience and credentials to practice archaeology in the field or teach at the highest levels of academia.
Build your identity as a psychological researcher. Mature as a professional while crafting a thesis project that deepens your knowledge and feeds your passions. Whether a prestigious Ph.D. program or a career in the mental health field is in your future, you will be prepared.
Gain insight into how public relations fits in the contemporary communication setting, ethical frameworks, international communication in a globalized economy and cross-culturally diverse world, and explore key components shaping the current models and practices of public relations.