Bachelor's Universities & Colleges in the Midwestern U.S. - U.S. News University Directory
Bachelor's colleges in the Midwestern U.S., ranked by U.S. News & World Report as Regional Colleges - Midwest, can confer associate's and bachelor's degrees on their graduates. Fewer than half of the degrees awarded at these institutions are in a liberal arts field.
St. Bonifacius, MN
Crown College was founded in 1916, and has been offering an academically excellent Christian education online since 2004. The school provides associate’s and bachelor’s degrees in disciplines such as Christian ministry and business as well as Bible and ACSI certificates and licensures. Online students will have access to collaborative learning activities and peer support.
North Central University, located in Naperville, Illinois, is a private institution founded in 1861. North Central offers 60 undergraduate majors and graduate programming in six areas. Affiliated with the United Methodist Church, it’s committed to academic excellence, a curriculum that balances job-related knowledge with a liberal arts foundation, and a caring environment with small classes.
Sterling College is a private school founded in 1887 and located in Sterling, Kan. The college is a Christian school that seeks to "develop creative and thoughtful leaders who understand a maturing Christian faith." The school has offered online courses since 2007, including online bachelor's degrees in elementary education and teaching, history teacher education, history and theological and ministerial studies.
Bismarck State College is a public school located in Bismarck, N.D. The school has offered an online program since 2007 and currently offers a bachelor of applied science in energy management as well as numerous associate degrees in applied science.