Warner University, a co-educational private Christian liberal arts college located in Lake Wales, FL was established in 1968 and has an enrollment of 1,100 students. The school is situated on a 360 acre campus in central Florida, between Tampa and Orlando. Warner University was founded by the Southeastern Association of the Church of God in Anderson, Indiana, and was originally known as Warner Southern College.
WU is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. A liberal arts curriculum is offered in a variety of disciplines that prepare students for the demands of the professional workplace, as well as for the challenges of graduate school. WU offers 27 undergraduate and three graduate programs, which are Master of Business Administration, Master of Arts in Education, and Master of Science in Management.
All of the school's undergraduate courses are offered at the main campus, and accelerated degree completion programs for adults are offered at the main campus, in learning centers located throughout central Florida, and online and graduate programs are offered at the main campus. The Master of Science in Management is available both on campus and online.
The academic programs are housed in the School of Ministry, Arts & Sciences, School of Business, School of Education, and School of Distance Education. WU offers opportunities for study abroad and mission work, and is well known for its stellar musical productions that enhance campus and community life. WU’s athletic teams are part of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Division 2 in the Sun Conference.
Warner University’s mission is to graduate individuals that exemplify Christian character and academic excellence, and are prepared to lead and are committed to serve. Graduates of WU have benefitted from the guidance and encouragement of highly qualified professors, and upon graduation, have gone on to serve their communities as successful business people in the professional fields of ministry, education, law, medicine, social services, and public administration.
Warner’s administration, faculty and staff are Christian, and are dedicated to the ministry of higher education, and are qualified in their areas of service. Warner develops student leaders that evaluate issues from a Christian perspective. WU is a small school that offers students a sense of community that is not available at large institutions.
The average cost of attending Warner University as a full-time, traditional student enrolled in 12-18 semester hours is $8,590. A complete list of tuition and fees, including costs for adult and distance education programs can be found on the WU website.
Sector Of Institution:Private, not-for-profit, 4-year or above
Highest Level Of Offering:Master's degree
Adult Age Enrollments:500
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