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Why Earn an MBA with a Healthcare Administration Concentration?

With concentrations in human resources, management, strategy, leadership and more, an MBA can take many forms. This includes healthcare administration, one of the most rewarding concentrations for MBA students. A healthcare administration concentration is not a medical degree, it’s a master’s-level business degree that focuses on the organization and management of the healthcare industry. When […]

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Kristine Kuhl - Online Communications Masters Grad

Graduate Calls Mentorship a “Game Changer”

When Kristine Kuhl enrolled in the online Master of Arts in Strategic Communication and Leadership (MSCL) program at Spring Arbor University, her sights were set on the VP spot at her large prehospital care agency. As its Quality Improvement/Quality Assurance Supervisor, Kristine oversaw direct patient care delivered by EMS professionals in several Michigan counties. The […]

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Techniques TESOL professionals can use in 2018

The Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages International Association was formed in 1966. Since then, the landscape of EL, ESL and the TESOL classroom have changed. Since 2010, the TESOL International Association has implemented a number of programs and  initiatives including the growth and expansion of online educational opportunities for TESOL professionals. With […]

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Top Jobs for Nurses with an MSN in 2018

Nurses who possess a Master’s degree are guaranteed an abundance of exciting career options. Since MSN degrees vary by area of specialization, it’s important to find a program that will help you meet your career goals. A degree from Spring Arbor University’s online Master’s program can prepare you to fill one of the top nursing […]

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Heidi Campbell - Scholar of the Year

Spring Arbor University Alumni Heidi Campbell Received 2017 Scholar of the Year Award

Heidi Campbell (92) received the 2017 Scholar of the Year award from the Religious Communication Association. As part of this recognition, Dr. Campbell gave the keynote address at their award banquet in Dallas, TX, November 15. Dr. Campbell says her presentation, “Reading religion in a mean meme world,” was influenced by a conference last summer […]

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What Does it Take to Become a Nurse Practitioner?

First and foremost, nurse practitioners are registered nurses, so the first step is obtaining a registered nursing degree and license. Many students who start with a nurse practitioner degree as a goal will immediately get their BSN from an accredited nursing program and then pursue their advanced degree for licensing as a nurse practitioner. In […]

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500th Anniversary of the Reformation

How Martin Luther Broke Through the Noise

It is the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, when Martin Luther posted his 95 theses to the church door at Wittenberg in 1517. Few individuals in history have leveraged technology as effectively as he did. The effect of his action was amplified by social media, or at least by the printing press.  All media is, […]

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