Adapted Physical Activity Minor
Athletic Coaching Minor
Academic majors other than physical education may complete specific courses for a minor in athletic coaching. A coaching practicum or other related field experience, in cooperation with local schools or other organizations, is required.
Criminal Justice Major
The criminal justice major prepares students to apply knowledge of criminal justice and critical analysis of social problems to promote the equitable application of the law for all people and become ethical Christian leaders in public and private organizations intended to make communities safer.
Criminal Justice, B.A. (bachelor’s completion)
Azusa Pacific’s bachelor’s completion program in criminal justice is designed for transfer students who have at least 30 units and are interested in completing a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice.
Exercise, movement, and sport help others thrive by improving health, fitness, and quality of life across the life span. APU’s kinesiology major equips students for a variety of careers in these areas.
This program offers the following areas of study: Health Professions, Applied Exercise Science, and Physical Education.
Leadership Minor (also online)
The Leadership Minor encourages students to pursue excellence in their chosen major while also seeking proficiency as strengths-driven leaders. Students in the minor learn about whole-person development, leadership and virtue, the role of personal strengths and skills in leadership, and how to lead as agents of change.
Students in either the B.A. in Psychology or B.S. in Psychology attain a greater understanding of human behavior, acquiring skills applicable to a variety of professional areas or graduate and doctoral studies.
Psychology, B.A. (bachelor’s completion)
Azusa Pacific’s bachelor’s completion program in psychology is designed for transfer students who have at least 30 units and are interested in completing a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.
Social Work Major
The social work major prepares students with knowledge, values, and skills for generalist social work professional practice in work with diverse individuals, families, groups, and communities, both locally and globally.