Roberts Wesleyan College New York
Roberts Wesleyan College is rapidly becoming the premier comprehensive professionally oriented Christian liberal arts college in the Northeast.
Roberts Wesleyan at a Glance
Roberts Wesleyan College is a vital part of Rochester NY s exceptional mix of educational opportunities. With an enrolment of more than 1,800 students and a tradition of excellence dating back to 1866, Roberts Wesleyan is a dynamic leader among American liberal arts colleges with a Christian worldview.
Roberts Wesleyan, a U. S. News & World Report Best Value, offers more than 50 undergraduate programs, as well as graduate programs in education, school psychology, school counseling, counseling in ministry, social work, and management. Roberts also offers innovative undergraduate degree-completion programs for working adults in nursing (classroom-based) and organizational management (classroom and online).
Together with regional accreditation by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Roberts Wesleyan enjoys professional accreditation by the National Association of Schools of Music, the National Association of Schools of Art and Design, the National League of Nursing, the Council for Social Work Education, and the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs.
About Roberts Wesleyan College
Founded in 1866, Roberts Wesleyan is a liberal arts college committed to integrating a Christian worldview with academic study. Roberts Wesleyan is located in Rochester, NY on a beautiful 75-acre suburban campus. We enroll more than 1,800 students and maintain a 14:1 student to faculty ratio. The college offers more than 40 undergraduate programs and four masters' degrees. In addition to the standard regional accreditation, the college is the only institution in the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) with five nationally and professionally accredited programs (Accounting and Business, Art and Design, Music, Nursing, and Social Work) and the only college to offer a Master of Social Work degree! Just click one of the buttons left or above to learn more about the Roberts Wesleyan experience!
Traditional Undergraduate Admissions
Traditional undergraduate admissions is for high school graduates looking to further their education, college students looking to transfer to Roberts Wesleyan College, or former students looking to come back and complete their bachelors degree in a semester by semester basis.
Modular RN to BSN Completion Program
Designed for the working RN, this 15-month, one-night-per-week program helps nurses throughout Western and Central New York achieve their goals. The fully accredited Modular RN to BS Program is held in five convenient locations.
The focus of the program is to build on the current knowledge of the RN while providing material that is immediately applicable to the workplace.
Respect for the working adult student is evident in the design and format of the program; we make it possible to get your BS degree in a time-shortened format while continuing to work.
Organizational Management (OM)
The major in Organizational Management, designed for the working adult who has the equivalent of an associate degree, is housed in the Division of Business and Management. Designed for the working adult, the program provides opportunity for completing the Bachelor of Science degree in 54 weeks. Features of this program include professionally relevant course work, accelerated study, and college-validated credit for prior learning experiences.
Master of Science in Management
The M. S. in Management is a modular, small-group, accelerated-learning, adult degree program. The content of the program focuses on the managing for quality results and providing of principle-centered leadership in organizations. Concentrations in organizational management and non-profit management are available. Students meet once each week for approximately 15 months. Admission to the program requires a baccalaureate degree and two years of full-time practical work experience.
Master of Social Work
The Master of Social Work Degree, a 60-credit program, is approved by the New State Department of Education and is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Housed in the Division of Social Work and Social Sciences, the program prepares graduates for advanced social work practice. There are three concentrations currently available: Child and Family Services, Physical and Mental Health Services and Church Social Work. A unique characteristic of the program is the goal of integrating social work knowledge with Christian faith perspectives. An Advanced Standing program, available to students holding a CSWE-accredited undergraduate Social Work degree, allows students to complete the program in a summer and the following academic year.
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