Providing the high quality education and extra-curricular experiences necessary to create scholar servants prepared to have a Kingdom impact on the world.
Houghton is focused on offering greater and more varied experiential components to our on-campus programs. Opportunities include the Center for Data Science Analytics; the Center for Faith, Justice, and Global Engagement; Science Honors; London Honors; East Meets West Honors; and the nationally recognized Summer Research Institute. These programs provide students with the experiences they need to use their classroom knowledge to solve real-world problems, communicate succinctly, create healthy intercultural communities, and serve others well.
A Greater Houghton
BROADENING THE IMPACT OF HOUGHTON COLLEGE MEANS EXPANSION OF OUR TIMELESS MISSION– EXPANDING OPPORTUNITIES, EXPANDING POSSIBILITIES, EXPANDING OUR REACH.
This growth means offering the historic Houghton experience of high-quality, affordable higher education to those who need it most wherever they are.
Today, Houghton College is impacting the lives of refugee students in Buffalo and Utica through a one-of-a-kind language-intensive associate’s degree that is paving the way for career readiness or continued education. Non-traditional students are expanding their opportunities through our online programs. Houghton offers online bachelor’s degrees in Management, Human Resources, Integrated Marketing Communications, Leadership and Psychology and an associate’s degree in the liberal arts. Soon, an MBA will be available as well.
Programs on campus are also growing. Expansion in the departments of science and mathematics are timely to meet the needs of a highly technological world. Houghton College now offers majors in Data Science and Biochemistry. Electrical Engineering is in the final stages of New York State approval.
Mark Caruana ’81
- Unimaginable Welcome - This fall, Houghton College Utica will open its doors to welcome its first cohort of students. Houghton’s newest extension site’s inaugural cohort is drawn entirely from the refugee population of Utica and nearby communities. From an early age, these students faced oppression because of their ethnicity and Christian faith. Their stories include years of deprivation… Continue reading Unimaginable Welcome