New criminal justice degree concentrations will be offered through Truett McConnell University’s (TMU) Michael Sattler School of Public Service beginning fall semester 2019. Along with the general Criminal Justice concentration, prospective students interested in the criminal justice degree will now have the opportunity to focus on concentrations in forensic psychology, forensic science – biology, forensic science…
Biology major and TMU softball player Sarah Ruth Wills shares the importance of her team’s slogan: “One team, One family.”
“The fact that they (Congress) would authorize the publication of the Bible…you don’t hear that in other schools, but you’ll hear it here,” said Dr. Michael Justus, Dean and Professor of History for The Conrad Grebel School of The Humanities.
TMU student Elizabeth Legg explains how learning at Truett McConnell is not just about academics, but also learning in a biblical setting.
“Having this Biblical worldview helps us understand things like disease, death, pain and suffering–are all a result of living in this fallen world,” said Dr. Andrew Fabich, Associate Professor of Microbiology.
Seventy-five years ago, today, the Allies of World War II undertook the most ambitious and perilous offensive in world history. Over 150,000 troops stormed five beachheads in Normandy, France in an attempt to break through the entrenched German defenses. The Germans had successfully pushed out the British only four years before at Dunkirk and were…
“All of our professors have a minimum of ten years experience in the field that they teach,” says Associate Dean and Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice J. Marie Griffin-Taylor.