Northwestern College has created a 3+2 option for its new master’s degree in athletic training program, which enables students to earn both a bachelor’s degree and the master’s degree in five years.
Northwestern College is reducing the tuition rate for the college’s master’s degree in athletic training program from $700 per credit hour to $525 per credit hour.
Northwestern College has received $120,000 from the Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust for laboratory equipment that will be used by students in the college’s new physician assistant studies and athletic training master’s degree programs.
Northwestern College has received official approval to offer a master’s degree in athletic training from the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education.
Northwestern College is starting a Master of Science degree program in athletic training and expects to enroll the first cohort of 15 students in May 2020.
Northwestern College students will travel to the Czech Republic, Greece and Italy this summer as part of three study abroad programs offered by the college’s global education office.
Korey Van Wyk, instructor in kinesiology and assistant strength and conditioning coordinator at Northwestern College, will receive an Early Achiever Award from the Nebraska Alumni Association on Thursday, May 3.
The scholarly work of 93 Northwestern College undergraduate and graduate students will be on display during the college’s Celebration of Research on Thursday, April 12, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Rowenhorst Student Center.
A professor and students in Northwestern College’s athletic training program presented their research at the annual meeting and symposium of the Mid-America Athletic Trainers’ Association (MAATA), held March 15–17 in LaVista, Neb.
Twenty-four Northwestern College academic programs are listed in the 2018 edition of Rugg’s Recommendations on the Colleges, a national guidebook that recommends specific college departments to prospective students.