Category: Academics

College of Arts and Sciences Academic Awards Announced

Bethel University’s College of Arts and Sciences held its annual Academic Awards ceremony on Monday, April 19 on the school’s McKenzie campus.      Award winners included: Kelsey Scarbrough of Dresden – Honors Program Distinguished Scholar; Audrey Cheatham of Clermont, Fla. – The Naomi Blanks English Award; Allie Boyd of Savannah – The Humanities Highest GPA Award; Courtney Lester of Brownsville – The Humanities Creative Project Award;... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, May 23, 2016 | 0 comments

Online Master’s in Criminal Justice Nationally Recognized

  Bethel University’s online Master’s in Criminal Justice program has been ranked 7th in the nation by Affordable Colleges Online for the Best Online Master’s in Criminal Justice Degrees.      Affordable Colleges Online recently released its 2016 Rankings highlighting the Best Online Master’s Degrees for 23 different subjects. The ranking agency spent months collecting and analyzing data from government sources and hundreds of... Read More
Posted by Cliff Bush at Monday, May 23, 2016 | 0 comments

Students Meet with Retired Supreme Court Justice

  Bethel University students and faculty members traveled to Washington University School of Law in St. Louis on April 25 to see Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens. Stevens is a retired associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States who served from December 1975 until his retirement in June 2010. At the time of his retirement, he was the oldest Justice then serving, the second-oldest serving Justice in the history of the Court, and the third... Read More
Posted by Cliff Bush at Saturday, May 7, 2016 | 0 comments

PA Program Ranked Among Top 6 in Nation

Bethel University’s Physician Assistant Program was recognized by the Rural Health Research Center (RHRC) as a top 15 PA program that graduated proportionately more PAs who practice in rural settings. Bethel’s PA program was #6 on the list in the report that was published in February 2016.      According to the RHRC, “employing more physician assistants (PAs) is often proposed as an important part of the solution to rural primary care shortages in the... Read More
Posted by Cliff Bush at Sunday, May 1, 2016