Whitworth University in Washington has been named the most highest positioning master’s-level college in the Pacific Northwest.
For the third back to back year, the Christian liberal expressions school has been named Washington Monthly’s most elevated positioning master’s-level college in the Pacific Northwest. Whitworth positions No. 11 among 671 schools and colleges across the nation. Washington Monthly magazine was established in 1969 and is situated in Washington, D.C.
Washington Monthly’s master’s-level colleges are delegated schools that offer a scope of undergrad and master’s-level projects, yet few doctoral degrees. In keeping with the magazine’s positioning criteria of social versatility, administration and exploration, Whitworth’s high positioning could be credited to the college’s contribution with group situated projects, for example, Act Six; administration centered tasks, for example, Whitworth’s yearly Community Building Day; and working parts’ dynamic, synergistic examination with associates and with understudies.
Creighton University (Neb.), tops Washington Monthly’s national rundown, took after by Truman State University (Mo.), Valparaiso University (Ind.) and Trinity University (Texas). Different schools in the Pacific Northwest that made the general master’s-level college rankings incorporate Pacific University (No. 15), Gonzaga University (No. 37), Seattle University (No. 38), University of Portland (No. 45), Pacific Lutheran University (No. 53), Seattle Pacific University (No. 124), George Fox University (No. 186) and Concordia University (No. 199).
Spotted in Spokane, Wash., Whitworth is a private liberal expressions college partnered with the Presbyterian church. The college, which has an enlistment of 3,000 understudies, offers 60 undergrad and graduate degree programs.