Covenant College undergraduate program

Undergraduate Programs

Art

  • 2-D Concentration
  • 3-D Concentration
  • Art History Concentration
  • Communication Design Concentration
  • Photography Concentration

 

Biblical & Theological Studies ​​

  • Missions Concentration​

 

Biology

  • Bio-Medical Concentration
  • Environmental Concentration
  • General Professional Concentration
  • Health Professions Concentration

 

Business

  • Accounting Concentration
  • Finance Concentration
  • Marketing Concentration

 

Chemistry

Community Development

Computer Science

  • Cyber Security Concentration
  • Software Development Concentration


Economics

Education Studies

  • Elementary Education Early Childhood (P-5)


Engineering Dual Degree Program

 

English

  • Writing Concentration

 

Foreign Language

  • Arabic
  • Chinese
  • French
  • German
  • Greek
  • Hebrew
  • Spanish

 

History & Politics

  • Political Studies Concentration

 

Interdisciplinary Studies

International Studies

Mathematics

Music

  • Church Music Concentration
  • General Music Concentration
  • Instrumental Performance Concentration
  • Music Education (Pre-MAT) Concentration
  • Organ Performance Concentration
  • Piano Pedagogy Concentration
  • Piano Performance Concentration
  • Vocal Performance Concentration


Natural Science

 

Philosophy

  • Philosophy & Religion

 

Physical & Sport Education

  • Sport Administration

 

Physics

Pre-Law

Pre-Medical Studies

 

Pre-Nursing Studies

  • BA/MSN Dual Degree


Pre-Physical Therapy

 

Psychology

  • Clinical Psychology Concentration
  • Experimental Psychology Concentration

 

Sociology

  • Family Studies & Social Work Concentration


Theatre

 

Global Education

Ellie Groenendyk '16 describes her time studying abroad in Spain, including joining a Spanish kayaking club.
Each Covenant student completes a “SIP” during their senior year, integrating their faith and discipline in one final culminating project.
Dr. Davis describes Covenant’s core curriculum, which lays an expansive foundation for successful studies in Christ-centered liberal arts.