Most teachers are very competent and very knowledgeable on their subjects—helpful and willing to meet outside of class with students, reschedule tests, excuse sick absences without a doctor's note, and be of any service that they can to a student. The teachers who are designated as advisers for their departments do their jobs very well and will make sure a student's schedule is what it should be.
FHU was started as a Bible college, so of course, the Bible department is very strong, with many capable teachers, Bible professors and preachers, as well as missionaries and youth ministers. FHU's Bible graduate program provides graduate students with either a master's in ministry, a master of arts in the New Testament, or a master of divinity. The Brown-Kopel Building was erected less than ten years ago for the business department and is the newest academic building on campus. FHU boasts a very prestigious MBA program, where students can receive a master's in business with an emphasis in either leadership, accounting, or corporate responsibility. The education department is also helmed by a very capaple faculty. If a student chooses, he or she can go on to get a master's in education for teaching, administration, school counseling, or special education. The science department at FHU is growing department with its nursing program. The communications, English, and theatre departments are all smaller than the aforementioned, but there is no shortage of incredible teachers with outstanding degrees.