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About Manchester University

Manchester University is an independent, liberal arts college located in North Manchester, Indiana, with 55 areas of undergraduate study, along with graduate programs in education and athletic training.

Manchester University is a college of the Church of the Brethren and has received acclaim in the 2009 America’s Best Colleges guide of U.S. News & World Report for academic programs and affordability. Manchester has received the “Best College” ranking for 14 consecutive years. The Princeton Review also consistently ranks Manchester as a "Best in the Midwest."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


About Graduate Programs
at Manchester University

Jo Young Switzer, president

Manchester College President Jo Young SwitzerManchester University is excited to offer new graduate programs in education and athletic training. In addition, the University soon will begin the accreditation process for a doctoral pharmacy degree.
 
Our Master of Education program provides professional educators opportunity for continuous improvement of their teaching. The coursework is taught by professionals with strong academic credentials as well as experience in K-12 teaching.

Our entry-level Master of Athletic Training program opens doors for students to become certification-eligible in this dynamic allied health care profession even when they did not major in athletic training as undergraduates.

Pending accreditation, we hope to enroll our first Doctor of Pharmacy candidates in our School of Pharmacy in fall 2012. That satellite campus will be located in central Fort Wayne, providing northern Indiana with its first pharmacy school.

Our graduate degree programs support the mission, values, and rich history of Manchester University. Thank you for considering Manchester University for your graduate studies.


 
  Manchester University | 604 E. College Ave. | North Manchester, Indiana 46962 | 260-982-5298 | graduateprograms@manchester.edu