Skip to content
Kansas Wesleyan University

3+2 Environmental Leadership Degree Program

The 3+2 Environmental Management Degree Program offers students the opportunity to earn a liberal arts degree from Kansas Wesleyan University and a Master in Environmental Management from Western Colorado University in Gunnison, Colo.

This program prepares students to become liberally educated scientists who can think critically, solve complex problems and demonstrate strong communication skills, with an accelerated path to a master’s degree.

Programs of study include:

  • Global Sustainability
  • Integrative and Public Land Management

Environmental Management Program Advantages

Advantages include:

  • extra time to pursue other academic, athletic, or extracurricular interests
  • supportive, personalized learning environment of a small liberal arts institution to build skills and confidence needed for future success
  • environment for acquiring scientific problem-solving skills needed to be effective in today’s society

Kansas Wesleyan students may be accepted into the program as freshmen. To maintain active status, at the end of sophomore year, students must have:

  • maintained a 3.0 cumulative GPA and a 3.25 GPA within the major
  • displayed satisfactory progress in a relevant major
  • have completed two social science, two natural science (one with a lab) and one statistics course having earned a “B” or above
  • exhibited extra-curricular leadership development in ecospheric, sustainability or community resilience efforts backed by a reference from a community “project sponsor”
  • have completed all degree requirements including foundational and liberal studies and all required major coursework
  • have begun to develop, with KWU advisors and the appropriate MEM track coordinator, initial ideas for their master’s projects

Engineering Dual Degree Program

The Engineering Dual Degree Program is an attractive alternative to traditional engineering curricula, offering students the opportunity to earn a liberal arts degree from Kansas Wesleyan University and an engineering degree from the School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis (WUSTL).

This program prepares students to become liberally educated engineers who can think critically, solve complex problems and demonstrate strong communication skills, while having the opportunity to become a licensed engineer.

After their junior or senior year at KWU, students have the option to participate in a 3/2 or 4/2 program in which they enter WUSTL to earn a bachelor’s degree in Engineering, or to participate in a 3/3 or 4/3 program in which they earn a master’s degree in Engineering.
Students are required to maintain a 3.25 GPA, both in the sciences and overall, and to complete the required courses.

Programs of study include:

  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • System Science & Engineering

The KWU liaison for this Washington University dual degree program is Dr. Kristin L. Kraemer, Associate Professor of Physics. Students interested in knowing more about this program may contact Dr. Kraemer directly at [email protected] or by calling (785) 833-4466.

3+3 Master of Divinity Program

The 3+3 Master of Divinity Program offers students the opportunity to earn a Bachelor of Arts with a Christian Leadership major from Kansas Wesleyan University and a Master of Divinity from St. Paul School of Theology in Overland Park, KS, or Oklahoma City, OK.

This program prepares students to become liberally educated faith leaders who can think critically, solve complex problems and demonstrate strong communication skills, with an accelerated path to a M.Div. Upon graduation from St. Paul, students will be ready for ministry in a church setting, chaplaincy, nonprofit or other forms of religious leadership.

Divinity Program Degree Outcomes

  • Provide leadership in renewal of the church
  • Prepare for ordination (many denominations)
  • Demonstrate critical and practical understanding of Bible
  • Practical ministry experience with weddings, funerals, communion and baptisms
  • Prepare for chaplaincy in hospital or hospice care

The Kansas Wesleyan University liaison for this dual degree program is Dr. Philip Meckley, professor for the Department of Religion & Philosophy. Students interested in knowing more about this program may contact him at [email protected] or by calling (785) 833-4364.

" class="hidden">安海论坛 " class="hidden">三环集团公司