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Graduate and Undergraduate Programs Featuring Business Administration and Leadership & Behavioral Sciences in Los Angeles, California

Thank you for your interest in University of United Angeles job creation degree programs. The University shall offer classes on campus and online through the School of Allied Studies and the School of Graduate Studies. Each degree leads to employment guarantee by the graduation date.


School of Allied Studies

Ruth A. Henderson PhD, Dean Andy R. North PhD, Associate Dean

Program Overview

The School of Allied Studies shall offer undergraduate curriculum leading to degrees in Business Administration and Leadership, Behavioral Sciences, Engineering and Religious Studies.

The program shall build on the University’s distinctive mission which is to educate and graduate job creators who will make meaningful economic and human service contributions to society as leaders and united citizens of the World. Our undergraduate degree programs are also designed to prepare students whose interests are to go to laws school, medical school or to continue on to graduate school with background knowledge and skills in job creation education and research.


Departments in the School of Allied Studies
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Department of Business Administration and Leadership
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Aaron Smith Johnson PhD, Chair Mary Liu Zhang PhD, Associate Chair

The Department of Business Administration and Leadership shall offer curriculum leading to the following majors:

• Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Business Management
• Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Accounting
• Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Finance
• Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Economics
• Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Marketing

Program Overview

The Department seeks to facilitate economic decisions by serving its students, the university, and the community by cultivating excellent job creation skills and commitment to ethical service through creative, moral, and socially responsible business activities.

Students shall complete a core curriculum consisting of courses in the selected major and a guided independent job creation research project. The independent job creation research project shall allow students to apply theories and concepts learned in the classroom to real-world situations. Students shall be given the flexibility to complete general education requirements by taking general education courses offered in the School of Allied Studies, transferring prior credits earned at other accredited colleges or universities and completing competency exams.


Department of Engineering
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Karen D. Fischer PhD, Chair Joe Robert Wilson PhD, Associate Chair

Majors Offered

The Department of Engineering shall offer curriculum leading to the following majors:

• Bachelor of Science (BS) in Computer Science
• Bachelor of Science (BS) in Electronic Engineering
• Bachelor of Science (BS) in Automotive Engineering
• Bachelor of Science (BS) in Architectural Design
• Bachelor of Science (BS) in Information Systems Security

Program Overview

Research in the department of engineering shall embrace a diverse set of intellectual disciplines and applications in computer science, electrical engineering automotive engineering, architectural design and information systems security. Students who will complete their Bachelor of Science (BS) in Engineering shall gain a comprehensive understanding of engineering built on a foundation of computer science and physical science, mathematics and technology. Coursework shall prepare students for job opportunities in the private corporate sector, in government or for future study as graduate students, researchers and scholars.


Department of Behavioral Sciences
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Dena M. Butler PhD, Chair Kenneth Davis Luther PhD, Associate Chair

Majors Offered

The Department of Behavioral Sciences shall offer curriculum leading to the following majors:

· Bachelor of Science (BS) in Counseling
· Bachelor of Science (BS) in Social Work
· Bachelor of Science (BS) in Biological Bases of Behavior
· Bachelor of Science (BS) in Interdisciplinary Studies

Program Overview

Behavioral Sciences infuse every area of our human life and our everyday undertaking.  The Department of Behavioral Sciences shall offer holistic educational experience that balances academic rigor, research, professional opportunities which foster personal integrity and responsibility. Students earning a bachelor’s degree from UUA will be trained to think like professional practitioners who are able to demonstrate empirical habits, mastery of knowledge, and practical research skills that will make them competitive practitioners in professional fields requiring strong human service and communication skills.

Degrees offered in Behavioral Sciences will provide an excellent foundation for students who plan to enter Law School, Pharmacy, Medical School and Dental School or jobs requiring strong human service and communication skills. These degrees are also an excellent foundation for students who plan to enter graduate school (master’s and doctorate levels) in Clinical Psychology, Neuropsychology, Social Work or Marriage and Family Therapy.


Department of Religious Studies
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Helen Y. Ortiz PhD, Chair Wale G. Adesola PhD, Associate Chair

Majors Offered

The Department of Religious Studies shall offer curriculum leading to the following majors:

• Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Divinity
• Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Ministry
• Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Theology

Program Overview

The purpose of the Department of Religious Studies is to develop a God-centered education environment and research that will prepare students for service to God and humanity. The Department shall deliver contextually relevant theological education that is biblically and theologically grounded in the Christian Church tradition and teaching. Curriculum is designed to prepare students for pastoral service and entry into pastoral and evangelistic ministry. The program introduces the student to vocational practitioner options including pastoral care in communities, hospitals, military, and prison chaplaincies. The program also serves the graduating student who desires further training in Bible research and inquiry as a researcher and a scholar prepared to teach Biblical studies at college or university level. The program also provides a religious foundation for entry in Law School, Dental School and Medical School.


School of Graduate Studies

Sarah Mountainside PhD, Dean Fred Paul Rojas PhD, Associate Dean

Program Overview 

The School of Graduate Studies shall offer Master’s and Doctorate degree programs in Business Administration and Leadership, Marriage and Family Sciences, and Education.

University of United Angeles Master's and Doctorate degree programs are designed to educate and graduate a diverse student body prepared to provide leadership in their respective fields of study. The graduate students shall be equipped with skills and resources necessary to help them develop expertise both in empirical research and clinical practice.

 The graduate degree programs shall build on the University’s distinctive mission – to educate and graduate job creators who will make meaningful economic and human service contributions to society as leaders and united citizens of the World. 

 A diploma program which is housed in the Department of Business Administration and Leadership, School of Graduate Studies, is designed for students who already have a degree but want to gain valuable skills and resources necessary to create jobs as either field practitioners or researchers and scholars.

 The School of Graduate Studies is dedicated to educating and graduating students motivated by a commitment to integrity, compassion, and social justice and who will use their skills to expand employment opportunities and economic growth in the United States and around the World.


Departments in the School Graduate Studies
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Department of Business Administration and Leadership
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Emily K. Miller PhD, Chair Peter S. Singh PhD, Associate Chair

Majors Offered

The Department of Business Administration and Leadership shall offer curriculum leading to the following majors:

• Master of Arts (MA) in Business Management
• Master of Arts (MA)  in Accounting
• Master of Arts (MA) in Finance
• Master of Arts (MA) in Economics
• Master of Arts (MA) in Marketing 
• Master of Arts (MA) in Human Resource Management
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• Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Business Management
• Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Accounting
• Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Finance
• Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Economics
• Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Marketing
• Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Human Resource Management
• Diploma in Job Creation 

Program Overview

The Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration and Leadership are designed to educate and graduate leaders who will simultaneously create wealth with human value. The Department of Business Administration and Leadership shall educate students motivated by a commitment to integrity, compassion, and social justice and who will use their skills to expand economic opportunity and grow wealth in underdeveloped communities by promoting the creation of innovative enterprises that in turn will make tangible, positive social change.

 While the Department seeks to equip students with business skills they can use in any morally appropriate business environment, it will concentrate its educational efforts on training students to be entrepreneurs. The graduate program builds on UUA’s distinctive strengths: education programs that create jobs and increase individual and community opportunities.

 The program is also designed to provide students with valuable preparation for examinations leading to recognized professional certifications, including the Certified Public Accountant, Certified Management Accountant, Chartered Financial Analyst, Certified Financial Manager, and Professional designations in Human Resource and Marketing.


Department of Marriage and Family Sciences
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Adam D. Kowalski PhD, Chair Betty Ito Yamamoto PhD, Associate Chair

The Department of Marriage and Family Sciences shall offer curriculum leading to the following majors:

• Master of Science (MS) in Marriage and Family Counseling
• Master of Science (MS) in Family Life Education
• Master of Science (MS) in Marriage and Family Therapy
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• Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Marriage and Family Counseling
• Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Family Life Education
• Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Marriage and Family Therapy

Program Overview

The Department of Marriage and Family Sciences, through the School of Graduate Studies shall offer the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Marriage and Family Counseling, Family Life Education, and Family Therapy.

 The Master’s and Doctorate degrees in Marriage and Family Sciences are designed to educate and graduate a diverse student body prepared to provide leadership in the field of Marriage and Family Sciences through counseling, teaching and scholarly research on unemployment and its impact on individual lives, families, communities, and nations.

 The program offers students a strong base for academic excellence, employment opportunity by the graduation date and successful career development.  The program provides a comprehensive curriculum in counseling that promotes a continuous culture of pride in clinical practice, respect and community service. 


Department of Education and Policy Studies
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David R. Rodriquez EdD, Chair Angela C. Giovanna PhD, Associate Chair

Majors Offered

The Department of Education and Policy Studies shall offer curriculum leading to the following majors:

• Master of Arts (MA) in Education Administration and Leadership
• Master of Arts (MA) in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
• Master of Arts (MA) in Curriculum Development and Instruction     
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• Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Education Administration and Leadership
• Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
• Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Curriculum Development and Instruction

Program Overview

There is an increasing need for highly qualified administrators and leaders, educators, researchers and scholars in Higher Education. The Department of Education and Policy Studies, through the School of Graduate Studies shall offer the Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Education Administration and Leadership, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, and Curriculum Development and Instruction.

 The degrees are designed to prepare leaders in higher education at various administrative college and university levels as administrators, supervisors, directors in student services, financial aid, admissions, career advisement, curriculum development, alumni relations and faculty in education at colleges and universities. The Department of Education and Policy Studies comprehensive courses and research coupled with the quality and diversity of our faculty shall prepare leaders who will pursue excellence rather than power. The Department is dedicated to educating and graduating students motivated by a commitment to integrity, compassion, and social justice and who will use their skills to expand employment opportunities in Higher Education in the United States and around the World.


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