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Students can earn Bachelor’s degrees in the following areas: Behavioral Sciences Criminal Justice Psychology Bible Biblical Studies Religious Studies Business Accounting Business Administration Business Communication Business Management Sports Management Education* Elementary Middle School Physical Education Secondary Special Education H i g h l i g ht s Programs of Study York College, founded in 1890, is a private four year liberal arts college affiliated with the churches of Christ. York offers numerous bachelor degrees and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The campus is located in York, Nebraska, a proud progressive community just 45 minutes west of Lincoln. Student-to-faculty ratio is 12:1 with a student enrollment that is close to 500. Typical class size is 22. The student population consists of young men and women from about 40 states and countries. The York Panthers compete in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Division II and the National Christian College Athletic Association. York College is a founding member of the Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference. Extracurricular choices include social service clubs, athletic teams, performance groups, Christian outreach groups, literary publications, special interest organizations, and a wide range of intramural sports. English Fine Arts & Communication Art Education Speech Communication Theatre Vocal Music Education Vocal Performance General Studies History Natural Sciences & Mathematics Biology Chemistry Engineering (3/2 program) Mathematics *The education division offers a variety of endorsements in elementary, middle grades, and secondary areas. For updates on academic programs and degree plans, including our online degrees, please visit “When sitting in a classroom one can only visualize so much. As a History major with minors in English and Religious Studies, I remember reading numerous descriptions of important places and trying to imagine a bigger and more complex picture, but there was always something missing—that real experience. The real experience is walking where history makers walked before me, strolling the halls that famous writers paced down, and uncovering objects that hadn’t seen light for thousands of years. A picture in a textbook might try to convey a thousand words, but nothing beats the real thing that study trips give you.” —Amber Soderholm, Class of 2010 If you have interest in and would like to be a part of a future study trip sponsored through the York College Domestic and International Studies Program, please contact History Professor Tim McNeese, Program Director, by email ( or phone at 402-363-5683. YORK C O L L E G E 1125 EAST 8TH ST . YORK, NE 68467 800-950-YORK . WWW.YORK.EDU ENROLL@YORK.EDU Domestic and International Studies Program: The Domestic and International Studies Program provides unique opportunities for students to travel to places in connection with special topics they have studied at YC. A typical study trip includes several days of concentrated, classroom study, followed by a trip lasting from a week to several weeks. A Fellowship of Learning... A Community of Faith

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