With four schools, twelve departments, and dozens of degree programs, you’re sure to find a course of study that will inspire.
You’ll be challenged to ask good questions. You’ll be pushed to think in new and different ways. You’ll be called to embrace a pursuit of knowledge that explores the larger world and your place in it with courage, integrity, joy, and wonder.
If you’re searching for an education that encourages the integration of faith and learning, an education that will prepare you for a successful and meaningful career—and life—consider Malone.
What’s at the heart of a Malone education?
As a Christian university with a highly respected liberal arts core, Malone is deeply committed to intellectual enrichment in the context of the Christian faith. A Malone education will challenge you to:
- Understand and critically engage those bodies of knowledge and cultural influences that have shaped the world.
- Understand the biblical, historical, and theological foundations of the Christian faith.
- Think critically and creatively and communicate effectively in multiple contexts.
- Attain expertise in at least one profession or academic discipline and lay the foundation for meaningful work or further studies at the graduate level.
- Explore the implications of the Christian faith for all areas of living, including intellectual, spiritual, and community pursuits.
Our professors aren’t just good teachers—they’re also experts in their fields who are eager to welcome you into their disciplines.
Many of our academic programs have undergone rigorous accreditation reviews, which means that you can trust in the value of a Malone education.
Earning your degree is just the first step in making a difference with your education. Discover how Malone will support you in the job search.
From peer tutoring to specialized testing to our on-campus library, Malone offers all the services you need to excel in the classroom and beyond.
“I’ve had the privilege of receiving wisdom from authentic professors who are as concerned with my spiritual growth as intellectual gain.”