Cairn University-Langhorne is a private, non profit, Christian university in Langhorne Pennsylvania. It was formerly known as Philadelphia Biblical College and changed its name in 2012.
The university is made up of six schools - divinity, liberal arts and sciences, business, education, music, and social work.
The university offers multiple undergraduate programmes across these schools, and graduate programmes include master of science, master of arts, master of business administration, master of divinity, and master of theology.
All students are required to take a minimum of 30 hours of Bible studies per semester.
The university's official colour is crimson and the mascot is the Highlander. Students at the university are able to compete in 12 different sports teams including soccer, basketball and volleyball.
Some 26 countries are represented across the student body with 28 per cent of undergraduate students and 41 per cent graduate students classified as international.