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Warner Pacific College Online Resources
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Warner Pacific College offers the following bachelor's and master's degree programs through the Lower Columbia Regional University Center
The center is conveniently located on the Lower Columbia College campus, where students can earn an advanced degree without relocating or commuting.
All classes are taught online or onsite on the LCC campus.
Students are encouraged (but not required) to complete prerequisite coursework at LCC before transferring to Warner Pacific College. Doing so saves tuition dollars, and provides a seamless transition into the degree program.
For more information please contact the Enrollment Representative listed at the bottom of this page.
The Bachelor of Business Administration designed for working adults with some prior college experience, teaches professional business skills within a Christ-focused context of moral, ethical, and social responsibility.
If you are a working adult interested in pursuing a career in health administration, Warner Pacific College can help.
The Bachelor of Science in Accounting is for working adults with some previous college experience, this bachelor's in accounting focuses on generally accepted accounting principles, including auditing principles and accounting controls.
People who want to help change society through work in ministry, human services, or the social sciences can benefit from an understanding of how individuals develop and grow throughout their lives.
The Master of Arts in Human Services is a creative mix of knowledge, skills, experience, and self- reflection with two possible tracks; a general human services option or one that focuses on family studies.
The Master of Arts in Teaching is for working adults with a bachelor's degree who want to become teachers in Oregon, Washington, or many other states.
The Master of Science in Management and Organizational Leadership (MMOL) is structured to help you develop advanced management skills through hands-on learning experiences and study of selected real-world case studies.
The Master of Science in Management for non-profit Leadership is structured to help you develop practical management skills and leadership strategies tailored for non-profit organizations.