Learning at Methodist College
- Arts and Sciences Core provides a foundation for learning in major
- Prepares students to be competent healthcare practitioners, responsible leaders, and productive citizens
- Service Learning courses enrich the student’s experience by integrating community service and classroom learning
- Updated science labs support students’ learning of foundational knowledge in the biological sciences and chemistry
- Access to computer labs and support services strengthen students’ practical application of knowledge
Hi. My name is Grace Watson, and I'm from Eureka, Illinois. Arts and Science Corps definitely gives you a foundation for your nursing education that helps you to gain a lot of professionalism. And the instructors actually tie nursing into those core arts and science general education courses. So it helps you understand nursing from a broader perspective.
Some of the tools we have here at Methodist College, the biggest one I would say is the Simulation Center. Another big tool we have at Methodist College is the Computer Lab and they really help when we don't have access to one at home or a place to go. The science labs here at Methodist College are really great. We just got a new building, and it really updated our science labs. Methodist college is a bring-your-own-device campus, which is basically where you just bring your own laptop, and we take a lot of our own tests and ETI on these laptops. So it's very helpful as a student to just have your own laptop.
Methodist college is a very personal education. I know all my instructors by name, and they know me by name. So I don't just feel like a student. I feel like I'm part of something.