King’s students communicate with clarity and grace, and they lead with integrity and excellence.
The Politics, Philosophy, and Economics Core compels students to grapple with the texts that influence civilizations.
All students complete our rigorous, 18-course Core Curriculum to develop a broad intellectual foundation for thoughtful leadership in careers after graduation.Learn More
Strategically solve today’s most complex problems by creating value that improves people’s lives. Our business curriculum helps students learn the language of business and improve their managerial decision-making, project management, organizational design, and marketing abilities.
Learn how literature and the English language connects to the major philosophies and movements of the Western tradition by reading works from poets such as Homer, Shakespeare, and Milton to novelists such as Austen, Tolstoy, and Melville to today’s most influential writers.
Develop prowess in wealth creation and management with a grounding in Christian ethics. The Finance curriculum fosters expertise in portfolio management, corporate finance, securities analysis, and international finance.
Explore the art and ideas that have shaped Western culture. The humanities major brings together studies of history, philosophy, literature, and the arts of Western Civilization, helping students understand the relationship between intellectual and cultural formation and the development of character.
Journalism, Culture and Society
Hone your craft with award-winning journalists who deliver crucial, original reporting. The Journalism, Culture and Society major prepares students for careers in the news media and related industries by learning to report and write news, feature stories, opinion pieces, cultural criticism and other formats, while studying journalistic history and ethics.
Media, Culture, and the Arts
Elevate your creative pursuits by learning the history and theory of culture-making. The Media, Culture, and the Arts program examines the cultural productions of world cultures and societies: architecture, sculpture, painting, literature, music, drama, religion, and philosophy.
Investigate the fundamental questions of existence, ethics, and the pursuit of Truth. The philosophy program includes study of the central ideas of the major philosophers, such as Plato and Aristotle; Augustine, Anselm, and Aquinas; and Descartes and Locke, preparing students to read carefully, critically consider the implications of ideas, and make fine distinctions.
Politics, Philosophy, and Economics
Critically examine the ideas and institutions that guide society. The politics, philosophy, and economics major teaches fundamental principles of the three ruling disciplines with a strong theological bent in order to develop informed and influential graduates.
Religious and Theological Studies
In the religious and theological studies major, students analyze philosophical, religious, and literary texts through a theological lens. The theology minor builds upon the biblical and theological training that all students receive as part of the Core to equip graduates to bring the light of Christ into their careers and communities in ways appropriate to their callings.
Our faculty are renowned scholars and master practitioners whose faith and intellect work together in harmony.Faculty Directory
Let culture, art, and history come alive as you study abroad with fellow classmates and professors.
Through our King’s Crossover program, students may take up to two full years of our signature courses online. Students will complete the rest of their degree on campus in New York City.
Through online Dual Enrollment, high school students can start earning college credit. Dual Enrollment also helps students decide whether or not they wish to enroll at King’s full-time when they finish high school.
As an online student at King’s, you will learn to think critically about the world around you, ask good questions, and engage big ideas.
The King’s College is happy to offer these complimentary, self-paced microcourses featuring our distinguished faculty. As an academic institution, we believe that education is for a lifetime, so all are eligible to sign up and start learning.
Excel in classes and develop the skills that sustain life-long learning through tutoring and academic coaching.Learn More
Find the information you need through a robust periodical collection, thousands of printed volumes, and database partnerships.Learn More
Create a remarkable resume, learn to interview effectively, and build a broad network before you graduate.Learn More
Access transcripts and learn the educational philosophy of every program King’s offers.Learn More
Centers and Institutes
McCandlish Phillips Journalism Institute
MPJI provides education, training, and professional development projects for journalists at the high school, undergraduate and professional levels.
Center for the Study of Human Flourishing
CSHF sponsors conferences, panel discussions, seminars, and more that bring together scholars, practitioners, and students to explore and advance the contours of human flourishing and civic virtue.
Center for Hebraic Thought
CHT is a hub and community for research, resources, and conversations about biblical literacy and the intellectual world of the Bible, hosted in partnership with the Philos Project.
New York City Semester
New York City Semester at The King’s College is a semester-long study-away program for visiting students in the fall and spring semesters with tracks in journalism and theater.
Exploring the Idea of Liberty
Through a partnership with the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, The King’s College offers a series of six online classes that explore dimensions of liberty from ancient philosophy through contemporary economic thought.
Meraki Honors Program in Finance
The Meraki Honors Program in Finance is an intensive and highly selective program designed for top Christian students from across the United States with a passion for finance.