Adult and Graduate Studies News
The fourth annual Northwestern Leadership Series, a professional development conference, will be held on Northwestern College’s campus June 25 and 26.
Dr. Rebecca Hoey, dean of the Northwestern College graduate school, recently published an article on online teaching pedagogy in the Online Learning Consortium’s leading journal, OLJ.
Northwestern College’s online Master of Education degree in early childhood recently received a top-10 ranking for best degrees of its kind.
Dr. Karie Stamer, director of Northwestern’s online RN to BSN program and assistant professor of nursing, presented at the national Professional Nurse Educators Group conference in Pittsburgh, Pa., recently.
Northwestern is responding to the demand for more highly educated caregivers and teachers for young children by adding a bachelor’s degree in early childhood to its online programs. The program is for students who’ve already earned an associate’s degree in early childhood.
Northwestern College will serve as a livestream site for the EntreLeadership 1-Day conference featuring financial guru Dave Ramsey on Friday, Oct. 27.
Dr. Randall Jensen, professor of philosophy at Northwestern College, presented at the Council for Independent Colleges (CIC) Consortium for Online Humanities Instruction’s national workshop in Washington, D.C., recently.
Northwestern College’s online Master of Education degree in teacher leadership has recently received high rankings for affordability by GradSchoolHub.com and AffordableColleges.com.
Northwestern College’s online RN to BSN degree program has been ranked 31st on a list of the nation’s top 50 programs by valuecolleges.com.
Northwestern College is reducing the tuition rate for the college’s online RN to BSN degree program from $410 per credit hour to $325 per credit hour. The new tuition rate takes effect for the next term, which starts Aug. 22.