The student body of Andrews University represents over 90 nationalities. During special campus occasions and events, international flags are flown at the center of campus. The Pioneer Memorial Church is the building in the background of this photo.

Checkmark.Become competitive with an internationally recognized master degree.

Checkmark.Become enabled to assume management, leadership, and supervisory roles domestically and abroad.

Checkmark.Graduates who pursue international-development emphases may find employment working overseas for international relief and development agencies as well as for church-based mission programs.

Checkmark.Meet highly qualified faculty with international and community development experience.

Checkmark.Customize your area of specialization to further your career goals.

Checkmark.Training prepares students to be viable candidates for a host of positions requiring persons with skills in grant writing and not-for-profit administration, including health care, community-arts promotion and philanthropy.

 
   

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