Adult and Graduate Studies News
Northwestern College will begin offering two new graduate education programs in teaching history in January.
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 ranked sixth among 76 Midwestern regional colleges in U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 Best Colleges guidebook.
For the second consecutive year, Northwestern College has set enrollment records. This fall’s enrollment is 1,546, up more than 9% from last year’s record of 1,412.
Northwestern College welcomed five new full-time faculty members with the start of classes this fall.
Northwestern College’s 2020 nursing graduates recorded a 100% first-time pass rate on the NCLEX-RN exam.
Dr. Rebecca Hoey, dean of the Graduate School and Adult Learning, and Dan Lassen, associate director of administrative systems, are the recipients of Northwestern College’s 2020 Inspirational Service Awards.
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's physician assistant master's program will officially launch June 1 with a cohort of 24 students.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and guidelines for responsible social distancing, Northwestern College has postponed the 2020 commencement ceremony that was previously scheduled for May 9.