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Before coming to Bethel I was already driven to pursue certain ultimate questions about human existence. For instance, questions about the meaning of life, the nature of the human person, the nature and objectivity of ethics, the existence of God, the problem of evil and suffering, and so on. When I came to Bethel as a philosophy major I felt like I had found a home. I found a supportive and caring community of people, among both fellow students and the faculty, with whom I could engage in shared philosophical enquiry into questions that are of great significance for human life.David McPherson, Ph.D. '05
Bethel gave me an exceptional foundation in nursing. Emphasis was placed on providing holistic, quality care. Upon graduation I was well prepared for bedside nursing as well as pursuing an advanced practice, doctoral degree.Charitey (Rowden) Robar '10
This was an incredible, global educational experience. I was thrilled with the opportunity to collaborate online with peers across the world and I wouldn't trade this experience for any traditional learning program.Evan Howard '15
The faculty are not only incredible practitioners, they are also friends. They care about me, they care about my family, and they are preparing me with the best Physician Assistant education possible.Lisa Milbrandt '15
00% of recent grads are either employed or in graduate school
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MAR 28 2017
6 p.m. CT Online
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MAR 28 2017
6 p.m. Alumni Lounge and Olson Boardroom
Paul Glader, head of The Kings College Journalism Program, Speaks about Trump, Journalism, Facts and Faith
MAR 29 2017
9:30 a.m. CT Anderson Center (ANC) 209
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