African Methodist Episcopal University

Profile: 
The university was founded in 1995 under the leadership of Bishop C. Garnett Henning, Sr., 112th Elected and Consecrated Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AMEC) and the 26th Bishop of the 14th Episcopal District in actualization of the dream of the Rt. Rev. William Sampson Brooks’ plan to transform Monrovia College and Industrial Training School into a four year degree-granting institution.
Programs: 

Accounting
Biology
Business
Chemistry
Economics
Education
English
Finance
Mass Communication
Mathematics
Political Science
Primary Education
Public Administration
Religious Education
Science 
Secondary Education
Social Sciences and
Humanities 
International Relations
Social Work
Sociology
Theology 

Level: 
Bachelor