By definition, colleges are institutions of higher learning that grant the bachelor's degree in liberal arts or science or both. Universities are institutions for higher learning with teaching and research facilities constituting a graduate school and professional schools that award master's degrees and doctorates and an undergraduate division that awards bachelor's degrees.
Please submit only colleges and universities from Indiana. An undergraduate division or school of a university offering courses and granting degrees in a particular field should be submitted to the appropriate university category. Two-year, junior, and community colleges should be submitted to Two-Year_Colleges.
School accredited by the Association of Theological Schools and approved by the University Senate of the United Methodist Church to provide training for United Methodist ministers.
Bethel College is an evangelical Christian college affiliated with the Missionary Church, Bethel is uniquely qualified to provide educational opportunities for all students, traditional and adult, who are interested in a liberal arts program of studies with career and personal growth orientations. A coeducational college, it offers studies including master's, baccalaureate and associate degrees for the broad spectrum of students and in a variety of settings.
A small, family-oriented, four-year college offering master's, bachelor's, and associate's degrees as well as certificate programs. Serves a diverse student population that represents the Calumet area (Northwest Indiana and Northeast Illinois). Calumet College provides both full-time and part-time study options as well as day and evening classes that meet once or twice a week. In addition, students may be awarded credit for life experience.
Goshen College is a national liberal arts college known for leadership in international education, service-learning and peace and justice issues in the Anabaptist-Mennonite tradition. The college is recognized for its academic excellence and unique Study-Service Term program, emphasis on personal and faith development, multicultural education leadership and exceptional educational value. A liberal arts college, Goshen College offers more than 70 programs of study leading to 36 majors and 36 minors. All seniors complete an intership in their field. 73 percent of classes have 25 or fewer students. The student-faculty ratio is 13:1.
In 1896, the General Board of Education of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ laid plans to open a new institution of higher learning. Huntington University is a Christ-centered liberal arts college that is owned by the Church of the United Brethren in Christ. With the conviction that all truth is God's truth, the university exists to carry out the mission of Christ in higher education. Through a curriculum of demonstrated academic excellence, students are educated in the liberal arts and their chosen disciplines, always seeking to examine the relationship between the disciplines and God's revelation in Jesus Christ.
Lists pages and sites that provide information about the independent Baptist college located in Crown Point, Indiana.
All sites related to Indiana Bible College.
With more than 6,500 students enrolled in our six master's degrees programs, 41 bachelor degree programs and nine associate degree programs, we are providing quality education and lifetime opportunities for the people of Southern Indiana and the Greater Louisville region. Our campus has a long history of excellent teaching and community service activities. More than 14,000 persons have earned degrees at IU Southeast since they were first awarded in 1968. Our alumni now live in each of the 50 states and in several foreign countries. We now have more than 180 full-time faculty members who hold degrees earned at leading universities throughout the nation. Our campus offers strong student support activities for both the traditional and non-traditional student. A new $10 million renovation and addition to our Life Sciences Building was completed in 2001 and plans are underway for a new Library Building and Student Services Center.
Indiana Wesleyan University is a community of scholars whose mission is to create a Christ-centered educational climate where students are equipped for lifelong learning and service. Indiana Wesleyan University's main campus is located in Marion, Indiana, a city of about 33,000. Marion is located on Interstate 69, about an hour's drive from Fort Wayne and Indianapolis. The university also offers courses on its Fort Wayne and Indianapolis campuses and at several other locations throughout Indiana.
Marian College is an important aspect of the ministry of the Sisters of St. Francis. It has been so for the last 150 years. The work the Sisters do brings a unique dimension to the academic spirit of this place. Students come here to get an education and participate in this great knowledge economy, but they leave with something much greater - an understanding of how they can use their gifts and talents to serve others. We educate students who go on to become the front line leaders in almost every professional and commercial enterprise in modern society. But we also educate those who add to our quality of life - our teachers, nurses, and community and social services workers.
Martin University is a predominantly African-American institution of higher learning in Indiana. Its doors are always open to persons of all backgrounds who wish to be students, faculty, or staff on this innovative, growing campus. The original mission of Martin University, founded by Rev. Fr. Boniface Hardin in 1977, remains true today: to serve low-income, minority, and adult learners in a healing, freedom-minded environment.
Purdue University is a coeducational, state-assisted system in Indiana. Founded in 1869 and named after benefactor John Purdue, the University is one of the nation's leading research institutions with a reputation for excellent and affordable education. Building upon historical strengths in engineering and agriculture, the West Lafayette Campus now offers nearly 6,700 courses in more than 200 specializations in the schools of Agriculture, Consumer and Family Sciences, Education, Engineering, Health Sciences, Liberal Arts, Management, Nursing, Pharmacy and Pharmacal Sciences, Science, Technology, and Veterinary Medicine. Programs of graduate study and research leading to advanced degrees come under the jurisdiction of the Graduate School.
Tri-State University was founded in 1884 by the citizens of Angola, Indiana, as an independent, coeducational institution. Tri-State University's 400 acre main campus is located in historic, rural northeastern Indiana.
This category consists of sites relating to two-year, post-secondary, educational institutions located in Indiana.
Submit web sites about two-year, post-secondary institutions. Two-year colleges are considered those which primarily award associate degrees, diplomas, and/or certifications, even though they may award some baccalaureate degrees.
The University of Evansville is a modestly-sized, liberal arts university located in Evansville, Indiana. The school is an independent school chartered by the United Methodist Church. For a school of its size, the University of Evansville has a wide range of majors. The school also competed in NCAA Division I in a number of sports including Mens Basketball and Soccer.
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