College of Arts and Sciences

Graduate Programs

Graduate programs in ACU’s College of Arts and Sciences prepare you to advance your career by building on your skills and deepening your understanding, with courses delivered from a Christian worldview. From communication to English to psychology, you’ll develop strengths that let you lead in any field with creativity and impact.

Graduate programs in ACU’s College of Arts and Sciences prepare you to advance your career by building on your skills and deepening your understanding, with courses delivered from a Christian worldview. From communication to English to psychology, you’ll develop strengths that let you lead in any field with creativity and impact.

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All Master’s Degree Programs

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Master’s degree programs in the College of Arts and Sciences free you to leap forward in your career by building your field expertise and professional skills.

All Specialist Degree Programs

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Our Specialist in School Psychology program gives you the skills to influence the ever-important field of school psychology as well as resource development and organizational culture.

Online Master's Degree Programs

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Earn your graduate degree online without the need to commute or relocate. As an ACU Online student, you will be a part of a vibrant community ready to impact the world for Christ.

Departments

Graduate Departments in the College of Arts and Sciences offer a variety of degrees on campus and online.

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Department of Communication and Sociology

The Department of Communication and Sociology prepares you to communicate skillfully, think critically, conduct groundbreaking research and lead purposefully through a breadth of careers.

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Department of Language and Literature

The Department of Language and Literature invites the study of the world’s languages and stories to deepen our understanding of the world, and of each other, as is central to our calling as people of faith.

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Department of Psychology

The Department of Psychology interprets the nature and needs of humankind through a biblical perspective, offering a deep understanding of human behavior and mental processes.