news

NNU to offer classes in Twin Falls and Idaho Falls

October 12, 2012, 2:03 pm
Facebook0Twitter0Google+0LinkedIn0

Northwest Nazarene University will offer graduate classes in Twin Falls and Idaho Falls and is now accepting applications for January cohort start dates. Choose from business (MBA), counseling and social work programs. For the past 20 years NNU has been delivering graduate counseling courses in the Twin Falls area and social work classes in Idaho Falls for the past four years.

NNU desires to expand its reach throughout the region. Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing Stacey Berggren says, “NNU has provided quality undergraduate and graduate education for many years. We have grown our graduate programs both online and face-to-face for over 700 students”

Choose from either an MBA or MSW that will be delivered in NNU’s Idaho Falls Center. A NNU representative will be available at a drop-in information meeting from 4–7 p.m. Thursday, October 11, at 900 Pancheri Drive, Suite E.

An MS in counseling and an MSW will be offered in NNU’s Twin Falls Center, which is located at 840 Meadows Drive, Suite 200 in Twin Falls.

Whatever your passion is—whether it’s business, nursing or something in between—we think you should love what you do. Our graduate, adult and professional programs are designed for just that. Come see if an NNU education is one you can love. We sure think so!

To learn more, call 877.NNU.4YOU or learn more online about the  Twin Falls and Idaho Falls Centers.


Recent Articles

NNU student claims Miss Rodeo Idaho title

July 27, 2015, 3:49 pm
Heather Skovgard in the lab Drawing connections between UAV drones, rodeo, NASA, and Idaho may seem like…

Student teams return from summer travel abroad

July 27, 2015, 3:21 pm
NNU on a Mission_ Argentina This summer, NNU sent out four teams to foreign countries in an…

Athletics sweep GNAC All-Sports Academic Championships

July 27, 2015, 3:02 pm
Crusader student-athletes excelled well beyond just the playing fields and gym floors…

NNU receives M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust grant

July 27, 2015, 2:55 pm
NNU Professor of Biology and Chair of the Department of Biology Dr.…

Search

  • Archive

  • Subscribe