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Studying Political Science at Bethel greatly influenced my direction and experience now in ministry with the homeless and addicted populations in the Twin Cities. I have gained a more keen eye for the ways power can be used and abused!David Morrow '04
I think some of what I found most meaningful and helpful about being a philosophy major was the ability to think through large scale issues and problems, but also the ability to delve deeply into the details to get a deeper understanding of the issues. The ability to look at things from so many perspectives has been great in a career that requires me to consider so many different stakeholders.Brianna Menning '06
Bethel has strongly prepared me to be an ambassador for Christ in my career as a nurse. The foundation of solid nursing skills and knowledge has prepared me well in caring for my patients and their families.Daniel Luthi '13
The graduate school teaching program gave me the opportunity to pursue my true passion of teaching. Bethel provided me with real world examples and resources that I could directly use in my own classroom. This program is flexible yet challenging.Lawton Burgstahler '15
00% of recent grads are either employed or in graduate school
0th lowest tuition out of the 17 schools in the Minnesota Private College Council
OCT 21 2016
8 a.m. Lundquist Community Life Center (CLC)
Spend a day on campus experiencing the opportunities Bethel University has to offer you.
OCT 22 2016
7 p.m. Benson Great Hall
OCT 23 2016
2 p.m. Benson Great Hall
Schubert’s Fifth Symphony