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With 90 undergraduate majors and minors, 11 graduate programs, and 8 pre-professional programs, Malone University has something for everyone.
If you're looking to advance your career by earning a degree that focuses on the human component of all types of career fields, the MAOL may be for you! This program equips inspirational leaders to stand out in the marketplace.
Using the latest technology (such as the pictured BodPod) gain mastery of foundational principles in anatomy, physiology, nutrition, biomechanics, and exercise prescription. Our program offers specializations in pre-physical therapy, pre-occupational therapy, pre-athletic training, or medical fitness.
Do you feel called to work with junior high and high school students? Malone’s Youth Ministry program will sharpen your gifts and help you communicate the Gospel in relevant, creative ways. You'll gain practical experiences, such as developing and hosting youth conferences or interning at local churches or summer camps. Youth Ministry also is available as a minor or as part of a combination major.
Help children learn and develop to their fullest potential. This marketable major prepares educators to serve all children with special needs.
Today's nurses are challenged like never before to think critically and quickly about increasingly complex patients and situations.
Receive the full benefits of interacting with faculty one-on-one in a small classroom setting. Our faculty know you by first name and strive to live out Malone's Foundational Principles in and out of the classroom.
To earn the Academic All-Conference distinction, student-athletes must achieve a minimum 3.30 GPA, while completing one full academic year at the institution.
The guarantee means that students accepted to Malone receive at least $8,000 per year (up to $18,000) based on their high school GPA and standardized test scores.
It has been said that participation in co-curricular activities like sports or the arts will hone ambition and discipline long into adulthood. For Nicholas…