Associate of Arts
Bachelor of Arts in Applied Psychology
Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration
Bachelor of Arts in Human Services
Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership
Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership
Master of Business Administration
Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Master of Arts in Human Services Administration
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At Judson University, we meet the needs of an evolving world without forgetting the people and places that matter most.
Judson’s roots begin with the Northern Theological Seminary, which was founded in 1913 to provide graduate and undergraduate education for aspiring ministers. In 1963, Judson College became an independent institution at its current location in Elgin. It was named for Adoniram Judson, the first American missionary to go overseas, in honor of his commitment to God and his fellow man—one reflected by Judson’s commitment to be “the Church at work in higher education.”
In 2007, its name officially changed to Judson University, and today, Judson continues to find ways to strengthen both its students and the world around them.
Judson University is a conservative, evangelical Christian university. We develop responsible graduates who glorify God through their personal relationships, their work, and their societal impact. Our learning environment is predominantly, but not exclusively, Christian—students from all walks of life are invited to join our community.
9 degree programs in the Division of Professional Studies
500+ active enrollment in Division of Professional Studies programs
3 locations where courses are offered: Elgin, Rockford, and online
You can complete many of Judson’s Division of Professional Studies degree programs 100% online. Through our ELearn platform, you can view your classes, complete and submit assignments, engage with instructors and fellow students, and access support resources.