At Emmanuel University, it is our mission to be a biblically centered institution of higher learning that is committed to the advancement of spiritual, intellectual, personal and professional growth of its students. The university extends the knowledge and truth of the Bible to all of its educational and spiritual programs and activities so that our students will benefit from the highest standard of scholarship. The mission of Emmanuel University is to offer exemplary education through its undergraduate and graduate degrees in the fields of theology, Christian psychology and Christian counseling. In pursuing these goals, the university seeks to cultivate in its students:
- Intellectual and academic integrity, informal ethical values, and biblical character;
- Tolerance of social differences and diversity of cultures, and courageous aspirations towards the best for one’s family, society, and the world at large;
- Creativity in critical thinking, intellectual problem-solving through effective reading and research, clear writing, and articulate speech;
- Inner drive and aptitude to exercise personal, professional, and social leadership in his or her chosen field of endeavor;
- A sense of a personal joy and fulfillment;
- A sensitivity to the needs of others and commitment to the betterment of humanity;
- Encourage a commitment to the Christian life, one of actively communicating the Christian faith, personal integrity, and social responsibility which, as it is lived out points people to Jesus Christ as the Lord of the universe and their own personal Savior;
The University will achieve its mission through emphasizing and supporting excellence in teaching, in pure and applied research, and in public service consistent with the educational emphases and goals of the university. In fulfilling of this mission, Emmanuel University recognizes its duty to:
- Maintain a learning environment that will attract and challenge outstanding students;
- Prepare its students to succeed in rigorous professional programs;
- Provide a physical environment and support services that will help members of the university achieve their educational goals, enhance their development, and further serve as a source of pride to the university;
Emmanuel University’ s vision is to nurture leaders with exemplary faith, advanced scholarship, and Christ-like characters to serve their churches, communities and profession by following the Lord Jesus Christ who was a teacher, evangelist, and healer.
Emmanuel University is intent on helping students prepare themselves to pursue their careers and become leaders in their communities. It is the goal of Emmanuel University to provide comprehensive education, as well as, professional training towards the award of an undergraduate or graduate degree. Emmanuel University focuses mainly on academic excellence with its faith-based, well-structured curricula that will result in highly knowledgeable and prepared graduates.
The fundamental objectives of the Emmanuel University prepare its students to become professionals who:
- Are broadly educated with biblical, historical, and theological dimensions of the Gospel.
- Acquire competent knowledge concerning all aspects of Christian ministry essential for becoming ordained ministers, Christian educators, evangelists, missionaries, and lay leaders.
- Appreciate with discernment the breadth of ideas and creative expressions that have shaped humanity.
- Hold and apply a biblically-based system of values and beliefs, and ultimately articulate and live out a biblical worldview.
- Develop a commitment to cross-cultural understanding and engagement in order to function and serve in a diverse world.
- Will be able to earn a professional graduate degree in ministries or Christian education such as, Master of Divinity, Master of Christian Education, Master of Christian Counseling, Master of Missionary, Master of Theology, Bachelor of Religious Studies, Doctor of Christian Counseling, Doctor of Christian Psychology, Doctor of Ministry, and Doctor of Theology.
- Will stimulate and develop their intellectual, critical and analytical abilities, and to foster their commitment to life-long learning.
- Engage in the vocations as faithful stewards of God’s calling.
“But as for you, continue in what you have learned and have become convinced of “” (2 Timothy 3:14)