Additional Affiliated Programs
Romania Studies Program
Northwest Nazarene University offers students the opportunity to study one semester in Romania. The program is located in Sighisoara, one of the historic German cities in Transylvania. Students take 8 semester credits of Romanian Language and Culture and 8 semester credits of Cross-cultural Service Learning. Internships may be arranged in business, computers, religion, mission, youth ministry, and other fields. A maximum of 16 semester credits may be earned.
Jerusalem University College
Jerusalem University College, also known as the American Institute of Holy Land Studies, is an extension campus in Jerusalem for approximately 85 regionally or professionally accredited Christian universities, colleges and seminaries located throughout the world. JUC is also an independent graduate degree granting institution of higher education in Israel. Founded in 1957 as a graduate institution, the school provides both graduate and undergraduate students the opportunity to study the Christian Scriptures in the context of the land where the events occurred as well as the languages, social and political culture, religions and historical relations of the Middle East.
Students interested in this program should contact Dr. Wendell Bowes in the Department of Philosophy and Religion (467-8449).
Kazak-American Free University
The Kazak-American Free University is in Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakstan. Instruction is given in English. NNU students have opportunity to study undergraduate courses in business for one semester at the college.
Universidad Internacional- Cuernavaca, Mexico
The Universidad Internacional, located in Cuernavaca, Mexico, offers students the opportunity to experience an intensive study of the Spanish language and Latin-American Culture. Because of the variance in background and instruction, all students are given a brief assessment of their oral and written skills in Spanish to assure they are enrolled at the appropriate level. Classes range from beginning through advanced levels. Advanced courses include literature, culture and history, linguistics, and professional internships. Students at the undergraduate or graduate level in Spanish, International Business, Education, Social Work, Criminal Justice or other professions that require fluency in Spanish or compentency in Hispanic culture will value this educational opportunity.