At Multnomah, We Believe that God calls students into our close-knit community to dig deep into their personal faith, identify their life-calling, and be transformed through their educational experience. We Believe college should be fun, campus should be cozy and coffee should be caffeinated. Let’s get to it, together, in God’s name — We Believe.
Choose Your Path
Rewarding and rooted in Scripture, your academic experience at Multnomah will prepare you as a Christian leader in whichever field you choose to study.
Wondering what major is right for you? The MyMajor assessment quiz can help. It matches your interests, aptitudes, and preferences to Multnomah undergraduate majors offered on campus.
Our undergraduate, graduate, seminary, and online programs prioritize academic excellence, biblical integration, and cultural engagement. Learn more about some of our highlighted programs below.
Doctor of Ministry
Designed for experienced ministry leaders, the Doctor of Ministry program will sharpen your ministry skills and prepare you for your next stage of leadership.
M.A. in TESOL
Explore the world through a career teaching English as a second language! A TESOL degree can be your gateway to travel and missions work that will serve marginalized communities all over the world through language.
M.A. in Addictions Counseling
Join a Christ-centered community where you can excel as professional clinician. Designed for adults working full-time positions, the Online MA in Addictions Counseling program can be achieved in as little as 2.5 years.
M.A. in Global Development & Justice
The MAGDJ program prepares students to work across the nexus of justice, peacebuilding, and transformational community development. If you have a heart for serving people and a desire to travel, check out our MAGDJ program.
Commitment to the Bible
At Multnomah, We Believe your education should be grounded in Scripture. We seek to draw closer to God’s Word in every aspect of your experience — in classes, athletics, and especially your time in community with friends and professors.
“I felt like I had supporters every step of the way. Whether it was in my athletics, my family, or my career aspirations. There was always someone to turn to at Multnomah who was willing to help in whatever I needed.”
Brooklyn McFadden ’21, History
Law School Student, Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University
“I grew up my entire life in a Christian household but never really dove deep into my faith, and I think Multnomah provided that opportunity and that safe space to do so.”
Josh Gulliford ’19, Biology
Physical Therapy Student, Southwest Baptist University
“If a student feels like they’re called to something and they’re passionate about it and God’s led them to Multnomah, that’s for a reason.”
Katarina Kerr ’20, Global Studies
Donor Engagement, Pioneer Bible Translators
The Multnomah Experience
Multnomah’s cozy campus fosters your academic and spiritual curiosity and connects you to friends you will call family. Not to mention just beyond campus is the wonderous Pacific Northwest, ready to be explored!
Multnomah University admits students of any race, color, nationality, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Multnomah University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
Read more about our commitment to diversity and non-discrimination here.