The aim of American Huntington University is to provide higher learning and continuing education for church pastors, leaders, laymen and missionaries in which they are involved. Undoubtedly, Christian ministry today is being carried on in the midst of tremendous revolutionary life. Therefore, minister of Church must equip themselves not only with basic biblical and theological foundations for ministry, but also possess professional competence and advanced skills and techniques in the areas of counseling, spiritual therapy and intercultural communication.

American Huntington University is dedicated to staying at the forefront of change so that your degree will remain current and applicable. The administration, faculty, and staff of the University are dedicated to helping you prepare for ministry in this dynamic world. Our purpose is to encourage, equip, and enable students to fulfill their great potential, and in turn to become encouragers, equipper, and enablers of others.


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Mission and Goals


The institutional mission of American Huntington University is to offer post secondary educational programs in business administration in bilingual format to non-English speaking and limited English proficient immigrants and international students to help them prepare for service in business administration. Its rigorous and comprehensive academic programs are designed to assist graduates to achieve their career goals and excel in their chosen progressions by mastering pertinent information and skills that are essential for their professional success.


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The objectives of American Huntington University include professional and personal growth of each student. The specific objectives of American Huntington University are:

• To provide the students with the most current and comprehensive information available in business and management, taught by academically and professionally qualified faculty.

• To provide an appropriate learning environment conducive for students to mature intellectually, professionally, and personally.

• To instill and broaden the framework for making reasoned and effective decisions, including but not limited to utilizing information technology as a decision-making tool.

• To provide support services and resource materials necessary for completing their graduation requirements successfully and expeditiously.

• To provide educational experiences that will stress the importance of ethical behavior and responsibility toward the standards and ideals of their chosen profession.

American Huntington University is committed to fulfilling these objectives with dedicated, academically, and professionally well-qualified faculty, administrators, and staff to assist students to complete their academic goals at American Huntington University successfully and expeditiously.


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Learning Outcomes


American Huntington University is committed to offer a challenging curriculum, which will assist our students in integrating concept and theories with real world situations. The University is committed to operate professionally, with academic integrity and respect for the rights of individuals. The University also seeks to be competitive in offering the same intellectual, analytical and critical thinking abilities encouraged by other institutions of higher learning. We seek to build student competencies in the areas critical to their academic and professional success.


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Learning Outcomes & Measurement


Our methods of measuring student outcomes include the following:

• Establish measurable learning outcomes that demonstrate mastery levels of academic subjects.

• Provide students with a framework for making reasoned and effective business decisions.

• Strengthen leadership and management skills.

• Broaden and deepen the student's ability to utilize technology as a decision-making tool.

• Provide opportunities to learn and master the languages of sports management.

• Instill an appreciation for the value of cultural diversity as a tool for effectively competing in a global economy.

• Stimulate students to commit to lifelong learning.


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Educational Goal


This America Huntington University has been pursuing the following systematic goal to fulfill its' own mission.

• To intend to the highest education to improve the human being's latent

• To form the right values through Bible that is the standard that the human beings should live on.

• To cultivate the worldwide persons through the spiritual development and service discipline.

• To develop the healing service that heals psychological and inner mind's diseases through scientific evidences.

• To create the healthy culture through accumulating the humane acquirements virtues.

• To cultivate the creative specialists who is preceding the time.


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Academic Calendar 2018-2020


Dates are subject to change. Refer to Semester schedule of classes for recent changes related to holiday observances, registration deadlines, and commencement ceremonies. This is not to be construed as an employee work calendar. For purposes of degree evaluation, the academic year is defined as: fall, spring semesters.

Applications will be accepted for entry into programs until capacity is reached up to the beginning of the semester. Applications will be accepted for entry into programs until capacity is reached up to the beginning of the semester, unless otherwise noted.


*FALL Semester

August New student orientation and registration for students whohave not yet registered
August Beginning of semester for faculty
September Instruction begins, first day of classes for all students
September Last day to add classes or register late
September Last day to drop classes without penalty and courses being recorded
November Veteran's Day-academic holiday
November Thanksgiving Day-academic holiday
December Final examinations
December All grades due to office of admission & records commencement time


*SPRING Semester

February New student orientation and registration for students who have not yet registered
March Beginning of semester for faculty
March Instruction begins, first day of classes for all students
March Last day to add classes or register late
March Last day to drop classes without penalty and courses being recorded
June Final examinations
June All grades due to office of admission & records commencement time


*FALL Semester

August New student orientation and registration for students who have not yet registered
August Beginning of semester for faculty
September Instruction begins, first day of classes for all students
September Last day to add classes or register late
September Last day to drop classes without penalty and courses being recorded
September Labor's Day-academic holiday
November Thanksgiving Day-academic holiday
December Final examinations
December All grades due to office of admission & records commencement time


*SPRING Semester

February New student orientation and registration for students who have not yet registered
February Beginning of semester for faculty
March Instruction begins, first day of classes for all students
March Last day to add classes or register late
March Last day to drop classes without penalty and courses being recorded
June Final examinations
June All grades due to office of admission & records commencement time


*FALL Semester

August New student orientation and registration for students who have not yet registered
August Beginning of semester for faculty
September Instruction begins, first day of classes for all students
September Last day to add classes or register late
September Last day to drop classes without penalty and courses being recorded
September Labor's Day-academic holiday
November Thanksgiving Day-academic holiday
December Final examinations
December All grades due to office of admission & records commencement time


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Academic Programs


AHU University currently offers the following programs:

  • Bachelor of Christian Management
  • Bachelor of Christian Sports Mission
  • Bachelor of Church Music
  • Bachelor of Divinity
  • Bachelor of Family Ministry
  • Bachelor of Healing Ministry
  • Bachelor of Medicine Mission
  • Bachelor of Missiology
  • Bachelor of Religious Art
  • Bachelor of Religious Children Education
  • Bachelor of Religious Counseling
  • Bachelor of Religious Education
  • Bachelor of Religious Literature
  • Bachelor of Religious Philosophy
  • Bachelor of Religious Social Welfare
  • Bachelor of Religious Studies
  • Bachelor of Theology
  • Bachelor of Yogic Studies
  • Master of Christian Management
  • Master of Christian Sports Mission
  • Master of Church Music
  • Master of Divinity
  • Master of Family Ministry
  • Master of Healing Ministry
  • Master of Medicine Mission
  • Master of Missiology
  • Master of Religious Art
  • Master of Religious Children Education
  • Master of Religious Counseling
  • Master of Religious Education
  • Master of Religious Literature
  • Master of Religious Philosophy
  • Master of Religious Social Welfare
  • Master of Religious Studies
  • Master of Theology
  • Master of Yogic Studies
  • Doctor of Christian Management
  • Doctor of Christian Sports Mission
  • Doctor of Church Music
  • Doctor of Divinity
  • Doctor of Family Ministry
  • Doctor of Healing Ministry
  • Doctor of Medicine Mission
  • Doctor of Missiology
  • Doctor of Religious Art
  • Doctor of Religious Children Education
  • Doctor of Religious Counseling
  • Doctor of Religious Education
  • Doctor of Religious Literature
  • Doctor of Religious Philosophy
  • Doctor of Religious Social Welfare
  • Doctor of Religious Studies
  • Doctor of Theology
  • Doctor of Yogic Studies


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The America Huntington University campus is located at 1029 W. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, California 90015. United Stats of America. The main office located at 3200 Wilshire Blvd. suite 1303, Los Angeles, CA 90010. America Huntington University located in near the downtown Los Angeles, where cultures, commerce and religious centers of Korean Community have been crowded. The population of Korean people in this area are over 120,000 persons in Los Angeles County, and most of them lived in Korea Town, within 2.7 square miles, according to the Los Angeles Times


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Administration Office


Office hours are from 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. All business transactions including admission, registration, counseling and payment of tuition and fees are conducted at this office.


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Classrooms are spacious, carpeted, and air-conditioned. The building, equipment, and other learning resources being used for instructional purposes comply fully with all applicable federal and state regulations and local ordinances for safety and public health.


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The library of America Huntington University has been arranged with the diversified kinds of English and korean books. Among them, the books of which Theology, Music, Social Welfare, Business Administration, American life, History, Education, Counseling & Psychotherapy, Alternative Medicine have mainly been constituted. The America Huntington University library houses a representative collection of books, periodicals and journals in the disciplines relevant to the university's course offerings and programs. With the growth of the University, the library’ collections are continually being updated and expanded to meet the needs of new programs and curricula. America Huntington University students also have access to the university’ on-line library system, Small Library Solutions, which can be accessed anywhere and at anytime by students with their laptop computers. The Small Library Solutions provides America Huntington University students with library services similar to large on-campus libraries.

* Library Hours

Monday - Friday9:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

* Library Rules

• Excessive noises or disruptive behaviors against another person should not be permitted.

• Consumption of food or drinking beverages, sleeping and playing of loud music should not be allowed in the library.

• The library materials that have been on exhibition at the shelves should not be rent.

• Fixed periodical should be returned to their own places.

• Due to duties involved in closing the library, the books that have been rent should be checked and returned before 10 minute.

• Anyone who are not associated with America Huntington University should first seek permission of the director prior to using the library.

• The persons who are not complying with rules and policies of the library may be asked to leave the library.

• It is possible for any persons to request the copies of any documentations of materials($ 0.25/page).


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Student Lounge


There is a student lounge located of the school building which has tables and chairs for eating, studying, and relaxing. The lounge is equipped with a refrigerator, microwave oven, water dispenser, and coffee pot for students to use in preparing meals or snacks. Students are encouraged to use the student lounge for visiting, relaxing or studying in an atmosphere where conversations and discussion are encouraged. Students wishing a quiet atmosphere for study should use the library.


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Computer Lab


The computer laboratory is located with state of the art workstations available daily for all students to practice their computer skills and complete their assignments.


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There is an ample parking space for students, staff, and visitors and is well lighted during the evening. On-site parking is available for students. Handicapped parking for physically challenged students is conveniently located near the facility. Students should contact the Academic Office to receive a permit to park on campus.


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Academic Freedom


In institutions of higher education, like America Huntington University, the principle of Academic Freedom is essential to the search for truth and its exposition. Freedom in research is fundamental to the advancement of knowledge. The right to Academic Freedom in teaching is fundamental for the protection of the rights of the faculty and of the students in the educational process.

These concepts of Academic Freedom are promoted at America Huntington University and are elaborated as follows:

• The teacher is entitled to full freedom in research and in publication of the results; subject to the adequate performance of the teacher’s other academic duties. The faculty member may take on additional employment, including research for pecuniary return, without the approval of the university’s officer or President of the university, provided it does not interfere with his/her duties at the university.

• Teachers are entitled to freedom in the classroom to discuss their subject, but should exercise this freedom in a responsible manner.

• Faculty members may exercise their rights as citizens when speaking or writing as citizens and should be free from institutional censorship or discipline, but the faculty member’s special position in the community imposes special obligations. As a member of the teaching profession, and as a representative of an educational institution, the faculty member should remember that the public may judge his/her profession and his/her institution by his/her utterances. Hence, the faculty member should at all times be accurate, exercise appropriate restraint, show respect for the opinion of others, and make every effort to indicate that (s)he is not speaking for the university

• Any faculty member who believes that his/her rights have been abridged or ignored by an administrative officer or employees of America Huntington University and who is unable to obtain redress which is satisfactory to the faculty member within his/her own department, shall have the right to appeal to the President of the university.


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Conflict of Interest


Each member of the university community is responsible for acting in an ethical and professional manner. This responsibility includes avoiding conflict of interest, conducting instruction in an ethical manner and protecting the rights of all individuals. All members of the university community- including members of the university's faculty, administration, student body and staff should conduct themselves with the greatest professional objectivity.

Academic Integrity Academic integrity is of central importance in the university community and involves committed allegiance to the values, the principles and the code of behavior held to be central in that community. The core of a University's integrity is scholastic honesty. Academic dishonesty is a serious offense that can diminish the quality of scholarship, the academic environment, the academic reputation and the quality of a America Huntington University degree. All forms of academic dishonesty at America Huntington University are a violation of university policy and will be considered a serious offense.

Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to:

• For faculty: Plagiarism and Falsifying University Documents Plagiarism is a faculty member intentionally or knowingly presenting words, ideas or the work of others as one's own work. Falsifying any university document - includes falsifying signatures on university forms, documents or papers; forging another person's signature or the modification of university documents which are presented as originals. Breaches of academic integrity are handled by the program director, department chairperson, school dean or the vice president. It is the responsibility of all faculty and staff to be informed as to what constitutes academic dishonesty and to follow the policy.

• For Students: Plagiarism is intentionally or knowingly presenting words, ideas or the work of others as one's own work. Plagiarism includes copying homework, copying lab reports, copying computer programs, using a work or portion of a work written or created by another but not crediting the source, using one's own work completed in a previous class for credit in another class without permission, paraphrasing another's work without giving credit and borrowing or using ideas without giving credit. Cheating during exams- includes unauthorized crib sheets, copying from another, looking at another student's exam, opening books when not authorized, obtaining advance copies of exams, using unapproved or compromising computer technology to share exam information or an exam given by or on computers and having an exam re-graded after making changes. Exam cheating includes exams given during classes, final exams and standardized tests.

• Use of unauthorized study aids: includes utilization of other's computer programs or solutions, copying a copyrighted computer program without permission, using old lab reports, having others perform one's share of lab work and using any material prohibited by the instructor. Falsifying any university document - includes falsifying signatures on university forms, such as add/drop and withdrawal forms, forging another student's signature and falsifying prerequisite requirements.

It is the responsibility of all students to be informed of what constitutes academic dishonesty and to follow the policy. A student who is aware of another student's academic dishonesty is encouraged to report the instance to the instructor of the class, the test administrator, or the school dean, department chairperson, program director or other appropriate supervisor or administrator so that appropriate disciplinary action may be taken.


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Student Records


Student records are confidential and are maintained and released in accordance with applicable law. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, Public Law 93-380, as amended(commonly referred to as the Buckley Amendment), generally prohibits the release of information about students and former students without their consent to parents, spouses, military, law enforcement, prospective employers, federal investigators, or other parties. This Act also assures the student of the right of access to, challenge of, and review of educational records.

Educational records are defined as- those records, files, documents and other materials which:

• contain information directly related to a student, and

• are maintained by the University or by a person acting for the University.

The university's office of admissions and Records is the university’ records custodian and is responsible for the maintenance of student records. Persons having access to the records indicated above are those persons who have a legitimate educational need. The Office of Admissions and Records will also release information when subpoenaed.

The Buckley Amendment assures students' right to privacy and confidentiality and is instituted to protect each student. If a student believes that his/her record contains inaccurate information, this matter should be brought to the attention of the Director of Admissions and Records. If the problem cannot be informally resolved, the student should follow the official procedure (a copy of which is available in the Office of Admissions and Records) for a resolution of the problem.

Student records normally include documents filed for admission to the University, grade reports, permanent records of academic work completed, transcripts received from schools and other universities and colleges attended, test scores, counseling information, correspondence and petitions related to the student. These documents will normally include, but not be limited to, the name, address, telephone, birth date, residence classification, sex, past and current enrollment, academic and attendance status, educational benefits, ethnic background, high school graduation, university major and the identification number of a student.

Information which cannot be classified as student records is:

• Information provided by the student's parents in connection with financial aid;

• Confidential letters of recommendation on file prior to January 1, 1975;

• Information maintained by a university official or employee which remains in his/her

sole possession;

• Information about the student maintained by a physician, psychiatrist, psychologist


other professional acting in his/her professional capacity for the University, and

• Information about the student maintained by the University in the normal course of business pertaining to the student's employment, if he/she is employed by the University.

Student’s permanent records are initially maintained in a paper filing system and later converted to PDF files for storage in an 'electronic' format. Scanned documents are maintained on CD's and on the Office of Admissions and Record’s computer system.


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Student Record Retention Policy


Record Retention Period
Student’s applications for admission 5 yrs.
High school transcripts 5 yrs.
GRE Test 5 yrs.
Transcripts from prior colleges/universities attended Permanently
Registration forms 7 yrs.
Add/drop forms 7 yrs.
America Huntington University transcripts Permanently
Application for graduation 5 yrs.
Change of grade form 5 yrs.
Grade report forms Five yrs.


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Holding of Records


Student records may be placed on a hold status because of financial or other obligations to the University. While the student’ records are on hold, registration may not be allowed nor will transcripts of credits be released. Records will be held until the obligation is cleared to the satisfaction of the office instituting the hold.


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Drug Free Workplace Policy


America Huntington University has a policy of maintaining a Drug-free Workplace. All employees and students are hereby notified that the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession or use of a controlled substance is prohibited in this institution's workplace. The workplace is defined as any classrooms, hallway, restroom, parking, or storage areas that are connected to the main campus at 2915 Vail Ave, Commerce, California 90040. All students must sign a drug free policy found in the administrative office during normal office hours.


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Equal Opportunity/ Non-Discrimination Policy


All aspects of America Huntington University's programs will be administered in compliance with Titles VI and VIII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act; the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended; Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. No individual will be excluded from participation in, denied benefits of, subjected to discrimination under or denied employment in the administration of or in connection with America Huntington University’s programs because of race, color, age, disability, citizenship, handicap or political affiliation. America Huntington University's commitment is that participation in any program shall be open to citizens and nationals of the United States, lawfully admitted refugees and parolees and other individuals authorized by the Attorney General to work in the United States. America Huntington University’s commitment is that no individual will be intimidated, threatened, coerced, or discriminated against because of filing a complaint, furnishing information or assisting or participating in any manner in an investigation, compliance review, hearing or any other activity related to the administration of America Huntington University's programs.


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Sexual Harassment Policy


Sexual Harassment is a violation of Section 503 of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It is America Huntington University’s policy that all its employees/ students have a right to work in an environment free from sexual harassment in any form.

Such conduct (sexual harassment) may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination. No manager or supervisor(instructor) shall threaten or insinuate, either explicitly or otherwise to an employee/student that refusal to submit to sexual advances will adversely affect employees’'/students’' employment, assignment, promotion, transfer, evaluation, wages, or any other term or condition of employment/enrollment.

Sexual Harassment is defined as:

• Unwelcomed physical or verbal contact;

• Sexually explicit language or gestures;

• Uninvited or unwanted sexual advances;

• An offensive overall environment, including the use of vulgar language, the presence of sexually explicit photographs or other materials, and the telling of sexual stories or jokes.

No employee/student shall threaten or insinuate, either explicitly or otherwise that refusal to submit to sexual advances will adversely affect the entrance or participation in a program. America Huntington University prohibits other sexually harassing conduct in the workplace/university, whether committed by supervisors, nonsupervisory employees, subcontractors, students, or vendors. This includes: repeated sexual advances, propositions, unwanted flirtations, continual or repeated verbal abuse of a sexual nature; graphic verbal commentaries about a person’s body; gestures; or the display in the workplace/ university of sexually suggestive objects or pictures. Any employee/student who believes that he/she has been a victim of sexual harassment in the workplace/university should notify his/her supervisor and follow the grievance procedures provided by this organization for the filing of sexual harassment complaints.


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Policy on Sexual Assault


The term sexual assault includes, but is not limited to: rape, acquaintance rape, sexual battery, forced sodomy, forced-oral copulation, rape by a foreign object, or threat of sexual assault. Students, faculty and staff who are victims of a sexual assault committed upon the grounds of the University, or upon off-campus grounds or facilities maintained by affiliated student organizations, are required by law to be advised of specified-remedial information which should include any treatment which may be available.

Rape is the most prevalent, serious-violent crime committed on college campuses. Rape, including acquaintance rape, or any other form of sexual assault, will not be tolerated by America Huntington University. Where there is evidence that campus-related sexual assault has been committed, severe campus disciplinary action will be initiated. Such campus disciplinary action may include, after due process, the possibility of dismissal, suspension or dis enrollment. Additionally, where the victim initiates criminal action, the perpetrator is subject to criminal penalties which may include fines and imprisonment.


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Change or Cancellation of a Class


Should enrollments drop unusually low in any one class, the university may, at its option, cancel that class and advise the remaining students to relocate to one of the other available classes. In the unforeseen cancellation of a class session, the university, at its option, may reschedule the class on a weekday or a Saturday. This will always be done giving the maximum amount of prior notice possible.


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Teacher/ Student Ratio


An instructor is present for all classes and all efforts are made to keep student-to-teacher ratios low.


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Scheduled Classes


America Huntington University offers evening classes for students’ convenience. Morning classes are offered as requested and available for degree completion.


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Student Housing


America Huntington University is a nonresidential university, i.e., the University does not provide on or off-campus student housing. There is abundant local housing in the vicinity of the University, and there are numerous private housing agencies that can assist students in finding housing. Area and local newspapers, and special free publications also provide extensive information about available housing in the area.


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Health Clearance


• Students must be in good health and free of communicable diseases. The ‘Report of Health Examination' form or medical examination report by a physician must be submitted prior to admission. The medical examination must certify immunization against polio, diphtheria, measles, rubella, and tetanus, and must provide tuberculosis clearance.

• Each student must present and maintain satisfactory evidence of an active medical insurance policy while in attendance.


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