Join admissions counselor Valerie Acosta and get an inside look at TMU’s campus. Explore our campus, learn about our unique history, and see what #lifeattmu is all about.
Students come to The Master’s University to explore the unique ways in which God has gifted and equipped them. But while they have different goals and interests, our student body remains united in its desire to honor Christ and to subject all things to His unchanging Word. It’s this commitment to Christ and Scripture that defines TMU, an accredited Christian liberal arts university in Santa Clarita, California. The school offers more than 150 undergraduate, graduate and online programs, all taught from a biblical worldview. Under the leadership of President Abner Chou and Chancellor John MacArthur, TMU’s mission is to prepare men and women for lives of enduring commitment to Christ, biblical fidelity, moral integrity, intellectual growth and lasting contribution to the Kingdom of God worldwide.
Dr. Abner Chou, interim president of The Master’s University, wants to remind us that the decisions we make about higher education are far from neutral. Everything that we do is to be done under the Lordship of Christ, and our choices about where to go for college isn’t an exception.
The liberal arts are more important than ever. In an increasingly anti-Christian society, they give us the discernment to stay true to Christ. The Master’s University offers over 70 emphases across 13 departments including over 500 course offerings.
At The Master’s University, champions prepare and perform as an act of W.O.R.S.H.I.P. (Rom. 12:1): Work – demanding the best effort of yourself and each other – Col. 3:23; Mal. 1. Overcoming – dealing with difficulty with confidence, perseverance and wisdom – Js. 1:1-8. Responsibility – owning your role and owning it when you fail – Mt. 25:14-30; Gal. 6:4-5; Ro. 14:12. Selfless – serving and sacrificing out of love to make your team and teammates better, even at your expense Phil. 2:5-8; Lk. 10:30-37; 1 Jn. 3:16; 2 Cor. 12:15. Humility – competing and behaving so people see Him and others, not you – 1 Cor. 4:7; Dan. 4:28-37; Mt. 18:1-4; Ps. 131:1-2. Integrity – being honorable in and out of competition and on and off campus – 1 Th. 2:10. Passion – competing all in, all on and all out 1 Cor. 9:24; Col. 3:23; Mt. 12:30. Learn more about The Master’s Way.
Standing firm on Christ & Scripture since 1927, The Master’s University has developed one of the most influential Biblical Studies programs anywhere in the United States. We hold the Word of God as sufficient in all things, including its own interpretation. To best equip our students for their intended fields, ministry or otherwise, we teach them how to approach the Word: through Greek and Hebrew, the context in which it was written, along with a large selection of classes ranging from Biblical Counseling to the book of Revelation.
At TMU, students in the School of Science, Mathematics, Technology and Health, are equipped to be an exemplary testimony for Christ in any discipline and career. This means our graduates – from health-technologists to oil and mining scientists – are best prepared to go onto the next step in their field, and defend their faith as an equipped and intellectual worker while breaking new ground.
The Master’s University’s School of Business ranks among the best business programs in the country. With every class – whether graduate, undergraduate, on campus or online- taught through a biblical lens, our graduates are well positioned to excel, thrive and advance professionally. Our faculty is committed to the educational, professional, and personal success of each student.
Our students are taught engineering from the standpoint of Christ and Scripture, with hands-on labs that expose them to the latest hardware and technology. From basic circuits to artificial intelligence, tech is studied with the goal of deep understanding as well as ethical and spiritual maturity. We want students to be technically sophisticated not only so that they find gainful and satisfactory employment upon graduation, but so that they benefit and advance their communities, their fellow man, and the world.
PAST LIVESTREAM EVENTS
“Student Life Focus” Live Q&A event ft. student life staff and current students
Nov 13th at 3:30 PM in Pacific Time. Learn what Student Life is all about from our Resident Directors and their dorm staff!
“Communication” Live Q&A event ft. faculty and current students
Oct 28, 2020 03:30 PM in Pacific Time. For students interested in pursuing careers in Production, Cinema & Digital Arts, Creative Writing & Publishing, Journalism, or Speech Communication.
“Biblical Counseling” Oct 26 Live Q&A event with Dr. Gregg Gifford
Learn more about our Biblical Counseling program. WATCH NOW
“The School of Music” Oct 23 Live Q&A event ft. Ben Mason
Chat about the School of Music. Discover 3 majors, 14 program emphases, NASM accreditation, a wide array of ensembles for students in any major – including the globe-trotting Chorale, and world-class faculty, facilities, and resources – all to the glory of Jesus.
Kinesiology Live Q&A event ft. Dave Larsen
Oct 14, 2020 03:30 PM in Pacific Time. For students called to the fast-moving and in-demand careers in physical therapy, sport science, or similar fields, the Bachelor’s in Kinesiology offers an established program with an unwavering commitment to academic excellence and biblical truth.
“Virtual Preview Day” Oct 1 Live All-Campus Q&A event
Prospective and admitted students and families interact with TMU profs, current students, leadership, and more to get a preview of life on campus!
“The School of Music” April 29 Live Q&A event ft. Dr Paul T. Plew
Dr Plew, Dean of the School of Music, is joined by Sarah Dixon, alumna and Director of Vocal Studies to take your questions and chat about the School of Music. Discover 3 majors, 14 program emphases, NASM accreditation, a wide array of ensembles for students in any major – including the globe-trotting Chorale, and world-class faculty, facilities and resources, all to the glory of Jesus.
“Women’s Residence & Student Life” April 23 Live Q&A event ft. Kim Wilson
TMU Dean of Women Kim Wilson, joined by Jessica Rosenbaum and Hannah Giesbrecht, RD and RA of Hotchkiss, chat with prospective students about women’s student life, residence life, student leadership, the student handbook and much more.
“Theatre Arts” April 22 Live Q&A event ft. Tricia Hulet
As a co-curricular program, any participating students can receive repeating credits in either theatre arts or production techniques. Opportunities to be involved include acting, stage managing, lighting, sound, production design, video production & social media marketing, costuming, makeup, hospitality & cast services, set building and stage crew.
“Classical Liberal Arts” April 22 Live Q&A event ft. Dr Grant Horner
“The best cultural critics should be Christians” says Dr Horner. Join as TMU Provost Mitch Hopewell interviews Dr Grant Horner, Professor of English, Renaissance and Reformation Studies, Founder and Director of both TMU Italy and the Classical Liberal Arts Program.
“Teaching Careers & the California Teaching Credential” April 16 Live Q&A event ft. Dr Jordan Morton
TMU Provost Mitch Hopewell interviews Dr Jordan Morton, Associate Professor And Dean, Pearl C. Schaffer School Of Education, on the topic of teacher education, teaching careers, teaching degrees, and the program offering at TMU’s Pearl C. Schaffer School of Education, including Teacher Education, Teaching Credential, and the Master of Education (M.Ed).
“Study Abroad in Israel and Italy, Turkey & Greece Trip, and GO! Trips” April 14 Live Q&A event
Featuring Prof. Esther Chua, Chairperson, Department Of English, Assistant Professor Of English; Josh English, Director of Global Outreach, and Prof. Jason Beals, Professor Of Biblical Studies.
“Cinema, Christianity, and Careers” April 9 Live Q&A featuring Matt Green
TMU Provost Mitch Hopewell interviews Matt Green on the topic of “Cinema, Christianity and Careers”. Professor Green is TMU Associate Professor of Communication. This session also includes an overview of the undergraduate communication programs and an open Q&A. For prospective TMU students considering a communication major, especially the cinema & digital arts emphasis.
Financial Aid & Scholarships, April 9 Live Q&A featuring Kenneth Piester
TMU Director of Financial Aid, Kenneth Piester, explains an example undergraduate financial aid award letter. Includes live Q&A about scholarships, loans, grants, and other forms of aid. For prospective TMU students wanting to learn more about financial aid, scholarships, grants, tuition, room & board, work study options, loans, and general affordability.
“COVID-19, Coronavirus, and Creation Virology” April 8 Live Q&A featuring Dr. Joe Francis
TMU Provost Mitch Hopewell interviews Dr Francis, Chairperson of the Department of Biological & Physical Sciences. This session also includes an overview of the undergraduate science programs and open Q&A. Ideal For prospective TMU students considering majors in biological and physical sciences.
“Coronavirus, The Constitution, and Christianity” April 8 Live Q&A featuring Dr. Gregg Frazer.
TMU Provost Mitch Hopewell interviews Dr Frazer, Professor of History & Political Studies. This session also includes an overview of the undergraduate political studies programs and open Q&A. Ideal for prospective TMU students considering majors in political studies, history, or the humanities.
April 2 Live Q&A Panel Event
This 60 minute Zoom panel session covers student life, academics, athletics, and more. It featured Dr. Sam Horn, Kim Wilson (Dean of Women), Prof Dave Larsen (kinesiology professor), Prof Todd Kostjuk (business professor), Coach Zach Schroeder (athletics coach), Ken Piester (financial aid director), Prof Esther Chua (Biblical Liberal Arts & study abroad).
The Master’s University and Seminary admit students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
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