Welcome to Southwestern Christian University
Southwestern Christian University's fully online Bachelor of Professional Leadership (BPL) degree helps both entry-level students and busy working adults earn their college degrees through our convenient online degree program. With the flexibility of our online BPL degree, students can take advantage of the high-quality, Christ-centered education that our on-campus students receive without the time constraints of attending classes on campus.
Southwestern Christian University strives to meet the educational and professional needs of students who want to earn their degree but are often tied down by time restrictions and responsibilities to their current career and families. Our Professional Studies program also allows you to work while you earn your degree.
Within your chosen concentration, you’ll focus on the managerial, financial and ethical issues required for effective Christian leadership in business. These issues include developing human relations and decision-making skills, as well as critical-thinking and planning techniques.
You’ll also enjoy a curriculum that incorporates relevant Bible lessons, such as the Life & Leadership of David, Romans, and Principles of Biblical Interpretation to help you maintain your faith in your future career.
Upon graduation, you can seek a career in project management, human resources, management consulting or leadership training. This program track is also an excellent springboard for graduate studies in business.
School of Adult & Online Education
The School of Adult and Online Education at Southwestern Christian University offers both online and on-campus bachelors degree programs designed specifically to meet the needs of working adults. The online Bachelor of Professional Leadership degree integrates Southwestern Christian Universities fundamental of emphasis of a biblically informed curriculum. This program also contrasts a Christian worldview with prominent business principles allowing graduates of this program to lead within their communities from Christ-centered perspective of servant-leadership in any of the following four concentrations: