L.A.U. Master’s Degree

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A Master’s Degree from Los Angeles University shows potential employers that your skills are above and beyond other professionals in your field.  Your experience may already qualify you for a Master’s degree. Professionals who hold a Masters degree earn more money and command more respect. A Masters degree from LAU can also help you receive a promotion in your current job.

If you have 6 years of accumulated education, life, work, or military experience, you may qualify for a Master’s degree.  We can help you figure out if your previous experience qualifies you for a Master’s degree from LAU.  When you apply for a Master’s degree, you will start working with one of our educational consultants to ascertain if you have 6 years of qualifying experience.

What qualifies as “experience?”

Previous experience may include prior work experience, prior educational classes, military training, professional training and workshops, participation in professional organizations, volunteer activities, community service, independent learning, and more.  Not sure if you qualify? Simply ask us if your life experience qualifies you for a Master’s degree from LAU.

You can choose from over 150 Masters Degrees at Los Angeles University:

  1. Accounting
  2. Actuarial Science
  3. Advertising
  4. African American and African Studies
  5. Agribusiness Management
  6. Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics
  7. Agriculture and Natural Resources
  8. Animal Science
  9. Animal Science-Environmental Toxicology
  10. Anthropology
  11. Apparel and Textiles
  12. Applied Behavior Analysis
  13. Applied Engineering Sciences
  14. Applied Mathematics
  15. Applied Statistics
  16. Arabic
  17. Art Education
  18. Art History and Visual Culture
  19. Arts and Cultural Management
  20. Arts and Humanities
  21. Astrophysics
  22. Astrophysics and Astronomy
  23. Athletic Training
  24. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  25. Biotechnology
  26. Biomedical Laboratory Science
  27. Biostatistics
  28. Biosystems Engineering
  29. Business Analytics
  30. Business Information Systems
  31. Business Research
  32. Cell and Molecular Biology
  33. Chemical Engineering
  34. Chemical Physics
  35. Chemistry
  36. Child Development
  37. Chinese
  38. Civil Engineering
  39. Clinical Laboratory Sciences
  40. Communication
  41. Community Sustainability
  42. Comparative Cultures and Politics
  43. Comparative Medicine and Integrative Biology
  44. Computer Engineering
  45. Computer Science
  46. Construction Management
  47. Criminal Justice
  48. Critical Studies in Literacy and Pedagogy
  49. Crop and Soil Sciences
  50. Curriculum, Instruction and Teacher Education
  51. Dietetics
  52. Digital Humanities
  53. Earth Science
  54. Economics
  55. Education
  56. Education (Elementary)
  57. Educational Policy
  58. Educational Psychology
  59. Educational Technology
  60. Electrical Engineering
  61. Engineering Mechanics
  62. English
  63. Environmental Biology
  64. Environmental Design
  65. Environmental Economics and Policy
  66. Environmental Engineering
  67. Environmental Geosciences
  68. Environmental Studies and Sustainability
  69. Family Community Services
  70. Film Studies
  71. Finance
  72. Food Industry Management
  73. Food Safety and Toxicology
  74. Food Science
  75. Foodservice Business Management
  76. Foreign Language Teaching
  77. Forensic Science
  78. Forestry
  79. French, Language and Literature
  80. General Management
  81. Genetics
  82. Genomics & Molecular Genetics
  83. Geographic Information Science
  84. Geography
  85. Geological Sciences
  86. German Studies
  87. Hispanic Cultural Studies
  88. Hispanic Literatures
  89. History
  90. History Education
  91. Horticulture
  92. Hospitality Business Management
  93. Human Biology
  94. Human Nutrition
  95. Human Resource Management
  96. Human Resources and Labor Relations
  97. Interior Design
  98. International Planning Studies
  99. International Public Health
  100. International Relations
  101. Japanese
  102. Jazz Studies
  103. Journalism
  104. K-12 Educational Administration
  105. Landscape Architecture
  106. Large Animal Clinical Sciences
  107. Linguistics
  108. Literature in English
  109. Marketing
  110. Materials Science and Engineering
  111. Mathematics
  112. Mathematics Education
  113. Measurement and Quantitative Methods
  114. Mechanical Engineering
  115. Media and Information Studies
  116. Microbiology
  117. Microbiology & Molecular Genetics
  118. Music
  119. Music Composition
  120. Music Conducting
  121. Music Education
  122. Music Theory
  123. Nutritional Sciences
  124. Organizational Behavior-Human Resource Management
  125. Philosophy
  126. Physics
  127. Physiology
  128. Planning, Design & Construction
  129. Plant Biology
  130. Plant Pathology
  131. Political Science
  132. Psychology
  133. Public Health
  134. Public Health Administration
  135. Public Health Informatics
  136. Public Policy
  137. Public Relations
  138. Rehabilitation Counseling
  139. Religious Studies
  140. Russian
  141. School Psychology
  142. Science Education
  143. Second Language Studies
  144. Social Work
  145. Sociology
  146. Spanish
  147. Special Education
  148. Statistics
  149. Studio Art
  150. Teaching and Curriculum
  151. Teaching and Learning in Postsecondary Education
  152. Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
  153. Telecommunication, Information Studies and Media
  154. Theater
  155. Urban and Regional Planning
  156. Urban Education
  157. Veterinary Technology
  158. Women’s and Gender Studies
  159. Zoology

L.A.U. School of Business

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The School of Business at Los Angeles University is designed to be innovative and practical. With a degree from LAU’s School of Business, you can achieve your goals and maximize success, building on the academic knowledge and real-world success you have already achieved.  Our qualified graduates work in leadership positions in both the private and public sector.  Graduates from the School of Business have the skills and confidence to succeed in today’s fast-paced business world.  A degree from LAU’s School of Business helps you stand out from the crowd, differentiating your skills based on your years of experience.

If you want to be an industry leader, a degree from the School of Business sets you apart from the crowd.  Our faculty are well known for their work in business and academia, and will help you achieve your dreams of obtaining a business degree.

The school’s Dean oversees all graduates and will advise you as you work towards your degree. Read more about our outstanding faculty on our Faculty Page.

The following majors are granted from The School of Business as a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Doctorate degree, depending on your years of experience:

  1. Accounting
  2. Entrepreneurial Leadership
  3. Finance
  4. Human Resource Management
  5. International Business
  6. Management
  7. Management Information Systems
  8. Marketing
  9. Supply Chain Management

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L.A.U. Doctorate Degree

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A Doctorate degree from Los Angeles University can help you fulfill your lifelong goal of receiving a PhD in your chosen career. A PhD gives you the credentials to teach, conduct research, publish, or consult. It gives you and your employer or clients an extra boost of confidence that you are an expert in your field.  Showcase your expertise and command the respect and career advancement you deserve.

If you have 8 years of accumulated education, life, work, or military experience, you may qualify for a Doctorate degree.  We can help you figure out if your previous experience qualifies you for a Doctorate degree from LAU.  When you apply for a Doctorate degree, you will start working with one of our educational consultants to ascertain if you have 8 years of qualifying experience.

What qualifies as “experience?”

Previous experience may include prior work experience, prior educational classes, military training, professional training and workshops, participation in professional organizations, volunteer activities, community service, independent learning, and more.  Not sure if you qualify? Simply ask us if your life experience qualifies you for a Doctorate degree from LAU.

You can choose from over 150 doctorate degrees at Los Angeles University:

  1. Accounting
  2. Actuarial Science
  3. Advertising
  4. African American and African Studies
  5. Agribusiness Management
  6. Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics
  7. Agriculture and Natural Resources
  8. Animal Science
  9. Animal Science-Environmental Toxicology
  10. Anthropology
  11. Apparel and Textiles
  12. Applied Behavior Analysis
  13. Applied Engineering Sciences
  14. Applied Mathematics
  15. Applied Statistics
  16. Arabic
  17. Art Education
  18. Art History and Visual Culture
  19. Arts and Cultural Management
  20. Arts and Humanities
  21. Astrophysics
  22. Astrophysics and Astronomy
  23. Athletic Training
  24. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  25. Biotechnology
  26. Biomedical Laboratory Science
  27. Biostatistics
  28. Biosystems Engineering
  29. Business Analytics
  30. Business Information Systems
  31. Business Research
  32. Cell and Molecular Biology
  33. Chemical Engineering
  34. Chemical Physics
  35. Chemistry
  36. Child Development
  37. Chinese
  38. Civil Engineering
  39. Clinical Laboratory Sciences
  40. Communication
  41. Community Sustainability
  42. Comparative Cultures and Politics
  43. Comparative Medicine and Integrative Biology
  44. Computer Engineering
  45. Computer Science
  46. Construction Management
  47. Criminal Justice
  48. Critical Studies in Literacy and Pedagogy
  49. Crop and Soil Sciences
  50. Curriculum, Instruction and Teacher Education
  51. Dietetics
  52. Digital Humanities
  53. Earth Science
  54. Economics
  55. Education
  56. Education (Elementary)
  57. Educational Policy
  58. Educational Psychology
  59. Educational Technology
  60. Electrical Engineering
  61. Engineering Mechanics
  62. English
  63. Environmental Biology
  64. Environmental Design
  65. Environmental Economics and Policy
  66. Environmental Engineering
  67. Environmental Geosciences
  68. Environmental Studies and Sustainability
  69. Family Community Services
  70. Film Studies
  71. Finance
  72. Food Industry Management
  73. Food Safety and Toxicology
  74. Food Science
  75. Food-service Business Management
  76. Foreign Language Teaching
  77. Forensic Science
  78. Forestry
  79. French, Language and Literature
  80. General Management
  81. Genetics
  82. Genomics & Molecular Genetics
  83. Geographic Information Science
  84. Geography
  85. Geological Sciences
  86. German Studies
  87. Hispanic Cultural Studies
  88. Hispanic Literatures
  89. History
  90. History Education
  91. Horticulture
  92. Hospitality Business Management
  93. Human Biology
  94. Human Nutrition
  95. Human Resource Management
  96. Human Resources and Labor Relations
  97. Interior Design
  98. International Planning Studies
  99. International Public Health
  100. International Relations
  101. Japanese
  102. Jazz Studies
  103. Journalism
  104. K-12 Educational Administration
  105. Landscape Architecture
  106. Large Animal Clinical Sciences
  107. Linguistics
  108. Literature in English
  109. Marketing
  110. Materials Science and Engineering
  111. Mathematics
  112. Mathematics Education
  113. Measurement and Quantitative Methods
  114. Mechanical Engineering
  115. Media and Information Studies
  116. Microbiology
  117. Microbiology & Molecular Genetics
  118. Music
  119. Music Composition
  120. Music Conducting
  121. Music Education
  122. Music Theory
  123. Nutritional Sciences
  124. Organizational Behavior-Human Resource Management
  125. Philosophy
  126. Physics
  127. Physiology
  128. Planning, Design & Construction
  129. Plant Biology
  130. Plant Pathology
  131. Political Science
  132. Psychology
  133. Public Health
  134. Public Health Administration
  135. Public Health Informatics
  136. Public Policy
  137. Public Relations
  138. Rehabilitation Counseling
  139. Religious Studies
  140. Russian
  141. School Psychology
  142. Science Education
  143. Second Language Studies
  144. Social Work
  145. Sociology
  146. Spanish
  147. Special Education
  148. Statistics
  149. Studio Art
  150. Teaching and Curriculum
  151. Teaching and Learning in Postsecondary Education
  152. Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
  153. Telecommunication, Information Studies and Media
  154. Theater
  155. Urban and Regional Planning
  156. Urban Education
  157. Veterinary Technology
  158. Women’s and Gender Studies
  159. Zoology

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L.A.U. School of Education

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Are you an education professional looking to strengthen your expertise? Los Angeles University’s School of Education can provide you with the credentials you need to showcase your expertise. Whether its a Bachelor’s in Education to help you land a teaching job, or a Master’s in Education to help you advance in your career, or a Doctorate degree in Education to help you become a leader in the education field, a degree from LAU’s School of Education can help you get there.

Our students are motivated and ambitious, and are looking to advance their career options without sacrificing their current jobs.  You don’t have to sacrifice your academic goals. With a degree from LAU’s School of Education, you get a quality degree with the flexibility you need.

We offer degrees in the following areas:

  1. Bilingual Education
  2. Early Childhood Education
  3. Elementary Education
  4. English Education
  5. Mathematics Education
  6. Foreign Language Education
  7. Science Education
  8. Social Studies Education
  9. Special Education

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L.A.U. School of Science

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The School of Science at Los Angeles University is about experiential learning and hands-on discovery.  Our students have real world science experience and will work with our distinguished Dean of the School of Science towards their degrees.  The School of Science values your experience in the lab, at professional conferences, and your published articles. Whether your experience is in biology, physics, math, or another science, your years of experience may qualify you for an accredited degree from LAU.   Science is about discovery adding to the growing body of research, and furthering scientific theory and practice. There is no better place to earn a science degree than a school that values your real-life experience. An accredited degree from LAU will enhance your career prospects in the fields of science.

The School of Science offers Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctorate degrees in the following areas:

  1. Biology
  2. Biochemistry
  3. Chemistry
  4. Chemical Engineering
  5. Computer Science
  6. Electrical Engineering
  7. Environmental Science
  8. Exercise Science
  9. Health Education
  10. Mathematics
  11. Nutrition Science
  12. Physics

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L.A.U. Honorary Degree

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An honorary Degree from Los Angeles University is the right choice for you if you have work experience and no previous Bachelor’s degree. An honorary degree can help you get the job you want. You gain all the benefits of both the Bachelor’s degree and the Master’s degree but you can save time and money by receiving a combined degree.

If you have 6 years of accumulated education, life, work, or military experience, you may qualify for an honorary degree. We can help you figure out if your previous experience qualifies you for a combined degree from LAU. When you apply for the combined degree, you will start working with one of our educational consultants to ascertain if you have qualifying work experience.

What qualifies as “experience?”

Previous experience may include prior work experience, prior educational classes, military training, professional training and workshops, participation in professional organizations, volunteer activities, community service, independent learning, and more. Not sure if you qualify? Simply ask us if your life experience qualifies you for the honorary degree from LAU.

The following honorary degrees are granted from The School of Art:

  1. Advertising
  2. Apparel Design
  3. Architecture
  4. Art Administration
  5. Art Education
  6. Art History
  7. Desktop Publishing
  8. Environmental Design
  9. Fine Arts
  10. Furniture Design
  11. Graphic Design
  12. Illustration
  13. Industrial Design
  14. Interior Design
  15. Media Arts
  16. Photography
  17. Website Design

The following honorary degrees are granted from The School of Business:

  1. Accounting
  2. Economics
  3. Entrepreneurial Leadership
  4. Finance
  5. Human Resource Management
  6. International Business
  7. Management
  8. Management Information Systems
  9. Marketing
  10. Organizational Management
  11. Public Administration
  12. Public Relations
  13. Real Estate
  14. Supply Chain Management

The following honorary degrees are granted from The School of Education:

  1. Bilingual Education
  2. Early Childhood Education
  3. Elementary Education
  4. English Education
  5. Mathematics Education
  6. Foreign Language Education
  7. Science Education
  8. Social Studies Education
  9. Special Education

The following honorary degrees are granted from The School of Science:

  1. Biology
  2. Biochemistry
  3. Chemistry
  4. Chemical Engineering
  5. Computer Science
  6. Electrical Engineering
  7. Environmental Science
  8. Exercise Science
  9. Health Education
  10. Mathematics
  11. Nutrition Science
  12. Physics

 

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