Graduate Students

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The graduate programs at Bethel College include degrees ranging from teaching to nursing. All courses offer quality academics and practical training from expert faculty, with a flexible schedule designed to accommodate your busy life and work schedule. We also offer career services to help support your professional growth.

On the financial side of things, it can be overwhelming to think about how you'll pay for classes and all the costs that surround college. Relax – our Financial Aid Department has been through this and can offer guidance along the way. Review the information found in this section, and you'll soon be joining us for your first class.

 

Some questions adult students may have:

What is tuition to attend Bethel?

Do you offer career assistance?

Will my credits transfer?

How long will it take to get my degree? (Review our degrees below to learn more.)

Ready to get started?

Review what we offer and read about our career services and how we can assist you regarding tuition and financial aid. If you still need help, send us an email or give us a call. Everything you need is on this page.

Complete list of programs available to graduate students

Check out our graduate studies degrees. Download the graduate program information (PDF) for more information on admissions qualifications, coursework overviews, and program timelines.

Steps to Application

  • Complete online MBA Application for Admission.
  • Official transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate college or university course work.
  • Autobiographical statement (a minimum of 300 words) that includes information about yourself, your recent work experience, your reason(s) for pursuing graduate studies, and the reason(s) you selected Bethel College.
  • GMAT scores, if instructed by the enrollment counselor.
  • TOEFL score or proficiency if you are an international student.
  • A completed Graduate Admission Application.
  • Official transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate college or university course work.
  • Three letters of recommendation (academic and/or professional).
  • 350-500 word essay describing: (a) vocational goals, (b) personal worldview and values, and (c) how your developmental history has contributed to the construction of your identified goals and worldview.
  • A personal interview with the director of the department.
  • A TOEFL score of 540 or higher on the paper version, 207 or higher on the computer version if English is not your native language.
  • Proof of having met nursing criteria for admission to the MSN program
    • A bachelor’s degree in nursing, with a minimum GPA of 3.0, from an ACEN or CCNE accredited program.
    • Registered nurses with a bachelor’s degree in another field will be evaluated on an individual basis. Additional course work may be required.
    • One year experience as an RN, recommended
    • A current, unencumbered RN license
  • Completed application for admission which includes name of three (3) nurse colleagues or supervisors from your clinical area for references.
  • Official transcripts from all undergraduate college or university course work and any graduate school where work was completed. Have transcripts sent to the office of Graduate Studies.
  • Interview with the program coordinator.
  • A completed Graduate Admission Application.
  • A completed Autobiographical Statement - can be done online
    Submit an autobiographical statement of at least 300 words including information on yourself, your recent work in education and reasons for seeking the Bethel MAT or M.Ed. degree. Include any significant events in your career that have played key roles in your development. Define your character in terms of basic values, commitment to graduate studies, philosophy and worldview.
  • Resumé - can be done online
  • Official transcripts from all undergraduate colleges or universities and from any graduate school where work was completed
  • A copy of your teaching license
  • Three letters of recommendation (at least two must be directly related to your professional experience in education)
  • Interview
  • Completed Application for Admission
  • Official Transcripts of all undergraduate college or university coursework and any completed graduate school coursework. Have official transcripts sent to the graduate studies office.
  • Completed Reference Forms from:
    • Spiritual mentor
    • Past professor/teacher
    • Personal referent other than a relative
  • A completed Graduate Admission Application.
  • A completed Autobiographical Statement - can be done online
    Submit an autobiographical statement of at least 300 words including information on yourself, your recent work in education and reasons for seeking the Bethel MAT or M.Ed. degree. Include any significant events in your career that have played key roles in your development. Define your character in terms of basic values, commitment to graduate studies, philosophy and worldview.
  • Resumé - can be done online
  • Official transcripts from all undergraduate colleges or universities and from any graduate school where work was completed
  • A copy of your teaching license
  • Three letters of recommendation (at least two must be directly related to your professional experience in education)
  • Interview

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Adult Admissions, Bethel College
1001 Bethel Circle
Mishawaka, IN 46545
Phone: 800.422.4251

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