Christian colleges in Minnesota: Liberal arts school in St. Paul, bachelor degrees in business, graphic design, art, science & psychology. Masters programs, graduate & undergraduate education in Ramsey County, private college in Minneapolis/ Twin Cities area.
University of Northwestern, St. Paul: University of Northwestern is a private, Christian liberal arts college in the heart of the northern suburbs of Saint Paul, Minnesota that offers more than 50 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in a wide range of academic fields. Departments include Business, Communucations, Art & Graphic Design, Music, and more. University of Northwestern exists to provide Christ-centered higher education equipping students to grow intellectually and spiritually, to serve effectively in their professions, and to give God-honoring leadership in the home, church, community, and world.
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University of Northwestern is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Thus, credits earned at Northwestern are recognized by other colleges and universities. Also, Northwestern students are eligible for all federally-funded financial aid programs and other aid programs.
Undergraduate and Graduate Degree programs are offered by the following Departments: - Art & Graphic Design
- Biblical & Theological Studies
- Christian Ministries
- English & Literature
- History & Related Fields
- Modern Languages & Cultures
- Physical Education, Health & Kinesiology
- Science & Mathematics
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The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University
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Located in St. Joseph and Collegeville MN,The College of Saint Benedict (CSB), for women, and Saint John's University (SJU), for men, are partnered liberal arts colleges offering Bachelor of Arts, and Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree programs. CSB and SJU colleges are ranked as two of the top three Catholic colleges in the nation.
The Colleges share one academic program, and students attend classes together on both campuses. This integrated learning experience combines a challenging academic program with extensive opportunities for international study, leadership, service learning, spiritual growth and cultural and athletic involvement.
The combined enrollment of more than 3,800 students makes CSB and SJU the largest of the nation's liberal arts colleges. Each college retains its own campus, residence halls, athletic programs and traditions. CSB/SJU are committed to the development of the whole person, meeting the unique needs of both women and men in single-gender and co-educational experiences.
The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a Member of the North Central Association.
Located in Northfield, Minnesota, St. Olaf College is a nationally-ranked, highly selective private liberal arts college of the Lutheran church offering bachelor of arts degree programs in over 50 different disciplines. St. Olaf's curriculum engages students in a multidisciplinary, multicultural exploration of human knowledge and experience.
St. Olaf students work closely with dedicated professors who challenge them to grow in mind, body and spirit. They have the opportunity to conduct graduate-level research, study abroad in nearly every corner of the world, perform in some of the world’s great concert halls and contribute to athletic championships.
St. Olaf College is one of only a handful of colleges and universities that adhere to a 4-1-4 academic calendar. The January Interim is a four-week period of intensive study that provides an opportunity for faculty and students to focus their attention on one course, offering a time for single-minded study in depth.
St. Olaf College is accredited as a degree-granting institution by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.
Carleton College is a small, private liberal arts college in the historic river town of Northfield, Minnesota that offers Bachelor of Arts degree programs in the arts, humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences. Carleton College is committed to providing a true liberal arts education, a curriculum that challenges our students to learn broadly and think deeply. Instead of training for one narrow career path, Carleton students develop the knowledge and skills to succeed in any walk of life.
Carleton College is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools since 1913. The most important thing our students learn is how to learn for a lifetime. Critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, effective communication: these are the tools that transform a collection of facts and figures into a way of understanding the world.
A student-faculty ratio of 9 to 1 ensures that Carleton students have plenty of opportunity for interaction with their professors. Carleton's faculty members are highly respected scholars, researchers, and practitioners in their fields. Every course at Carleton is taught by a professor, not a teaching assistant, in classes small enough to offer individual attention for our students.
Bachelor of Arts Degree Programs:
- American Studies
- Art History
- Computer Science
- Educational Studies
- International Relations
- Political Economy
- Political Science
- Sociology and Anthropology
- Theater Arts
- Women's and Gender Studies, and more...
Minneapolis Community and Technical College (MCTC) is a public two-year college located in the heart of downtown Minneapolis.
MCTC enrolls nearly 15,000 credit students annually and is an active partner in initiatives designed to strengthen the social, economic and cultural vitality of the Twin Cities metropolitan area.
Created in 1996, under the umbrella of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system, MCTC is the result of the merger of two institutions: a technical college with a long history of vocational education dating back to 1914 and an open-enrollment community college established in 1965.
Currently, the spacious campus covers 21.6 acres of land and recent expansions include a new state-of-the-art Science Center, culinary kitchen and dining hall and outdoor plaza.
MCTC offers a number of degrees and credentials you can transfer to a bachelor's degree program or use to acquire a job in a specialized field. When enrolling it is important to know which degree path is right for you, as programs vary in requirements and transferability.
Our admissions advisors would be happy to guide you through selecting the right option to meet your needs. Contact them today!
Located in St. Paul, MN, Macalester College is a private undergraduate liberal arts college offering bachelor degree programs in natural sciences, social sciences, humanities and fine arts. At Macalester College we believe that education is a fundamentally transforming experience. As a community of learners, the possibilities for this personal, social, and intellectual transformation extend to us all.
Macalester College is fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Macalester is a top-ranked liberal arts college on a mission to change the world. From 49 states to 94 countries, students come to Mac for its high powered scholarship, international character and passionate engagement.
Bachelor Degree Programs:
- Art and Art History
- Educational Studies
- Environmental Studies
- Humanities and Media and Cultural Studies
- International Studies
- Legal Studies Program
- Political Science, and more....
School of Physics & Astronomy at University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
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The School of Physics & Astronomy (a school of the Institute of Technology) is one of the sixteen schools and colleges at the University of Minnesota, located in Minneapolis, offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs including the B.S. and B.A. in physics.
Physics at the University of Minnesota offers a world-class education and cutting edge research to its 120-130 graduate students and growing undergraduate major population. We have 43 faculty members who teach over 3000 undergraduate students per year in their core courses for the Institute of Technologyand other colleges of the University. Our award-winning faculty members also engage in research and serve the community. As a public university our mission is to serve the people of the state through education, excellence in physics research, and outreach.