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The philosophy department at Bethel exposed me not only to challenging intellectual ideas, but also to new ways of thinking and learning. The experience helped to prepare me for the rigorous academic requirements of both law school and legal practice.Eva Rodelius '10
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
My Bethel master's degree has prepared me to be the best nursing leader I can be. The research projects taught me how to tackle issues on my unit with an evidence-based approach. I loved the cohort aspect of the program.Jill Branovsky '12
The faculty encouraged and challenged me to not settle for good enough. They fostered strong personal character alongside becoming a strong social worker. Their approach to persevere through challenges impacted my work ethic in all levels of social work.Stephen Horn '10
00% of recent grads are either employed or in graduate school
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October 21, 2016 | 4 p.m.
October 21, 2016 | 3 p.m.
OCT 24 2016
9:30 a.m. BC 468 Conference Room (Brushaber Commons, Level 4) or Anderson Center 5th Floor ( 2 Pine Tree Dr, Arden Hills, MN 55112)
Gather with other Bethel University moms to pray for students, the campus, faculty, and staff.
OCT 24 2016
10:15 a.m. Benson Great Hall
John Dyer is a web developer, technology writer, blogger and speaker. Director of Communications and Educational Technology at Dallas Theological Seminary, he is the author of “From the Garden to the City: The Redeeming and Corrupting Power of Technology,” and the founder of the blog Don’t Eat the Fruit.
OCT 24 2016
6 p.m. CTOnline
Join us online to learn more about our Doctor of Ministry programs from Program Director Justin Irving and an admissions representative.