posted June 2nd, 2011 by Friends Online News
Friends University Online wants to emphasize the compassion within the individual and the loyalty of the groups of students within it. This University has a history of service and learning within a liberal arts curriculum, describing itself as a Christian university. The students may study on a semester basis. At least one thousand study on the traditional campus in Kansas within the total student body of 2,800.
Online study within the University has two popular degree options: the Online Bachelor in Business Administration and the Online Master In Teaching program. Friends University is accredited by the National Council For Accreditation of Teacher Education. The University has continued accreditation since 1951 to by the North Central Association of Colleges And Schools. The Higher Learning Commission allows this university to improve according to various expectations within the American Quality Improvement Plan.
The 18-month Online Bachelor in Business Management program comprises 43 credit hours, many times completed during 18 months of study. This program includes studies pertaining to personal leadership skills, statistical data resolution, information technology and accounting. Further studies inform students about corporate product quality control, business law, project design, public relations or communications, marketing, and abstract problem-solving.
The Online Master in Teaching program includes these content emphases: refining the grasp of educational theories, while making leadership skills in the classroom more refined in application to each grade of class or class level. Each student interacts online with a personal teaching advisor. The program applies concepts derived from many months’ learning to classroom education, its practice and theory. The valuable training can lead to career promotions during study or afterward. Theory surrounding classroom teaching and modern technology have substantive coverage within this online degree curriculum. Many students interact with their advisors while completing 30 credit hours of study, over an 18-month duration.