Academics Category Archives

Study Abroad Programs at Cedarville

March 15, 2018

spainIn today's Parent Prep post, Dr. Andrew Wiseman, Professor of Spanish and Director of International Programs, introduces some of the study abroad opportunities that will be available to your son or daughter as a Cedarville student, and he explains how these experiences add depth and breadth to a student's education.

From Spain to Washington, D.C., your student will grow as they live and learn in another culture.

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Why Cedarville Requires a Bible Minor for All Students

February 26, 2018

BibleAt Cedarville University, we take our mission statement very seriously: “Cedarville University is a Christ-centered learning community equipping students for lifelong leadership and service through an education marked by excellence and grounded in biblical truth.” Not only is there biblical integration in every course, but all students complete a Bible minor as a part of their academic program. Always among our students’ favorites, Bible classes stretch them to think about God, His Word, and His world in whole new ways.

In today's post, you'll learn about the different courses that make up Cedarville's Bible minor, and discover the difference it can make in your student's life.

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Posted in Academics Spiritual Growth Why Christ Centered Higher Education?

Cedarville's Accelerated Program Options Make College More Affordable for Families

February 20, 2018

CommencementCedarville is always looking for ways to help make our distinctly Christian education affordable and accessible for more families. Beginning fall 2017, Cedarville began offering three-year undergraduate degree completion plans. What a great way for interested students to fast-track their college experience and save money on overall education expenses. Some students are able to reduce their college bill by $15,000 or more. And, they enter the workforce and begin earning a salary one year sooner, making the total value of a three-year degree $50,000 or more! Students can choose from 13 popular programs, with more on the way.

Now, we've taken this idea to another level.

We just announced B.A.+M.B.A. accelerated completion plans. Starting next fall, students can complete a bachelor's degree in either communication or psychology plus a Master of Business Administration in just five years, and even four years if they choose the three-year B.A. completion plan. Since all M.B.A. courses are online, your student can actually begin his or her career while finishing the graduate program. This option saves time and money by completing M.B.A. prerequisite and two M.B.A. core or elective courses as part of the undergraduate curriculum, then completing the M.B.A. in the next 12 months. By combining a B.A. and M.B.A., your student will be more marketable immediately.

It's one more way Cedarville is doing all we can to make a distinctly Christian education affordable and accessible for families. Stay tuned ... we'll be adding additional accelerated bachelor's to master's programs in the near future!

Posted in Academics Admissions Affordability

Summer Academic Camps

February 16, 2018

engineering campYour student’s college experience is just around the corner. It's time for them to explore their options, focus their dreams, and prepare for the future … all while having an unforgettable summer experience, full of new friends and great memories! That's exactly what Cedarville’s summer Academic Camps will let them do! 

While your student explores a career field, camp faculty will challenge them to make their career their calling. They will be challenged to consider how their gifts, skills, and interests can make a difference in this world for Christ. We've packed the schedule with fun activities, too, so students return home with new friends and great memories!

Read today's post to find out how your student can apply and register to become a part of the Cedarville University summer experience today!

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Posted in Academics Admissions Campus Visit Why Christ Centered Higher Education?