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Institute For Military Resilience Academics Online Degree Program

IMR Academic

Liberty University’s Institute for Military Resilience (IMR) exists to supplement the training for military personnel with relevant, faith-based curriculum and resources. Courses available through the IMR have been created to educate service members, their spouses, pastors, and care givers about the mental, physical, social, and spiritual needs associated with the hidden wounds of war. Believing in the ability for military service members and families to recover and reintegrate in a healthy and positive way, Liberty desires to impact the hearts, souls, and minds of our service members through the help, hope, and healing of Jesus Christ.


IMR Undergraduate Training

Undergraduate training is offered through a Bachelor of Science in Psychology: Military Resilience program and a stand-alone accredited 18hr certificate program. Whether you have completed your bachelor’s degree and wish to complete a certificate to supplement your training or if you would like to complete your bachelor’s degree with a focus on military resilience, we encourage you to learn more by reviewing the information below.

Bachelor of Science in Psychology: Military Resilience Specialization

IMR Undergraduate Certificate

What specific training in the area of Resilience can I expect to receive in the undergraduate degree or certificate programs?

I am pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Government: National Security program. Can I take any IMR courses?


IMR Graduate Training

Graduate training is offered through a Master of Arts in Human Services Counseling: Military Resilience and a stand-alone accredited 18 hour certificate program. Whether you have completed your bachelor’s degree and wish to complete a certificate to supplement your training or would like to complete your master’s degree with a focus on military resilience, we encourage you to learn more by reviewing the information below.

Master of Arts in Human Services Counseling: Military Resilience specialization

IMR Graduate Certificate

What specific training in the area of Resilience can I expect to receive in the graduate degree or certificate programs?


“My goal is to become a counselor working with our men and women that suffer from PTSD. I would also like to focus on the families because we do not have the same amount of support that our loved ones do. My goal is to obtain my MA in Military Resilience. I am so glad that God led me to Liberty University. I chose Liberty because I was interested in the Christian perspective on Psychology and the focus they put on the Military but I never expected it to be so important to me and find a class like this. I never realized that other schools were not like Liberty, I thought all schools were as just as military friendly.” – Emily Mather, U.S. Army Spouse