College Student Affairs
Master of Science (MS)
Semester of Degree Completion
Jon K. Coleman
Utilizing qualitative methodology, participants' process of faith development was analyzed to determine the impact that development has on their decision making processes in college. To accomplish this, individual interviews were conducted with four participants who came from a faith-based background and it was determined that faith development plays a significant role in each of their decision making processes while in college. Participants all adapted their faith in college to better align with their adult lifestyle. Recommendations were made to better help student affairs professionals understand the process of faith development and comprehend the ways this can affect their students' identity development.
Noah, Kaitlyn Christine, "The Impact of Faith Development on College Student Decision Making" (2018). Masters Theses. 3311.