Cairn now offers a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Arts in Religion.
The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology is the fifth B.A. to be introduced this year. In the fall of 2012 a B.A. in English, B.A. History, B.A. Liberal Arts, and B.A. Music were introduced. This newest degree, the B.A. in Psychology, will prepare students for professional graduate studies in psychology and social service support positions in clinical and institutional settings. Built on a foundation of thirty required Bible and theology credits, biblical integration is woven throughout the psychology courses and general education courses in the curriculum.
Cairn’s School of Divinity is introducing the Master of Arts in Religion. This new degree allows students to choose elective courses in the fields they believe will best prepare them for their professional and ministry goals. No matter which track of study they choose, students receive a broad foundational education in the inerrant Word of God and the doctrines and theology of the Church.
These degree programs are exciting new offerings as the University continues to expand its academic opportunities for students.
Dutch Reformed Theologian Herman Bavinck has been broadly influential to many of today’s seasoned pastors and theologians. His work on the Revelation of God and Reformed Dogmatics became standard fare