Missouri Valley College is a four-year, private, not-for-profit coeducational institution of higher education, located in the city of Marshall, Missouri. Presbyterians founded the school, in 1889, in honor of Reverend William Tennant who planned to found dozens of Presbyterian colleges. The college began granting graduate degrees in 2011.
Missouri Valley College offers a diverse group of degrees and programs of study. The school is broken up into divisions, including
Division of Business
Division of Communications, Humanities & Human Services
Division of Education
Division of Fine Arts
Division of Health Sciences
Division of Math & Science
Division of Social Science
School of Nursing
Students can choose a wide variety of minors, as well as secondary or other education certifications. In addition to traditional on campus and in classroom programs, Missouri Valley College also offers degrees onlineStudents can also take advantage of Missouri Valley College offering many courses in an online format.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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