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Liberty University offers a wide variety of graduate programs and specializations in residential formats. At Liberty, you have the unique opportunity to study with world-class faculty in a distinctively Christian environment.


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  • School of Divinity Preview Event -- NEXT TUESDAY! April 14

Learn more about the vision surrounding the new School of Divinity, as well as the graduate programs offered. The School of Divinity Preview Event will be held on Tuesday April 14, from 6-8 p.m. in the Williams Stadium Club Pavilion (third floor). Hear from President Jerry Falwell, admissions, and Dr. Hindson. RSVP Today!

  • Liberty University announces new School of Divinity

President Jerry Falwell has announced the merger of Liberty University’s undergraduate School of Religion and Liberty University Baptist Theological Seminary to become the Liberty University School of Divinity. The School of Divinity will be the nation’s largest school of its kind...Read More

  • APRIL 17, 2015 - Graduate School Preview day - NEW EVENT!!!

Interested in Graduate School at Liberty? Join us for Graduate School Preview Day. This event has been designed to cater to any and all prospective students interested in our residential graduate programs. This day gives you the opportunity to meet with faculty in your area of interest, speak with current graduate students, and visit campus. For more details and to register for this event, visit www.liberty.edu/GradPreview.

  • Resident counseling M.A. program receives CACREP accreditation!

Liberty University has received accreditation for its resident Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.A.) program from the Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs (CACREP) [...] Liberty’s residential program was approved for the maximum eight-year period, which Hawkins said reflects how pleased CACREP’s committee was with the university’s program... Read More