The College of Professional Studies at Millikin

Where theory, practice, and reflection guide our curriculum...
Where integrated learning, collaborative learning, and engaged learning dominate our culture...
Where students, faculty, staff, and administrators are engaged and stimulated...

The faculty and staff of the College of Professional Studies are committed to delivering on the promise of education as described in the mission of the University.  We prepare students for professional success, for democratic citizenship in a global environment, and for a personal life of meaning and value.  Our students are integral, vital members of the University and the Decatur community.  They are campus and community leaders.  They are involved in service learning and outreach programs.  They take advantage of co-curricular opportunities and manage to balance their important relationships with their curricular aspirations.  We believe that the best baccalaureate graduates are those who are well-rounded --both professionally and personally.  We also believe that the Millikin University College of Professional Studies helps our students to become those graduates.

CPS News

Academic | Campus | College of Professional Studies
Next Generation of Teachers
November 20, 2015, 1:30pm
Next Generation of Teachers Education conferences provide plenty of opportunities for teachers to learn more about ideas and concepts that develop teaching practices, but what about the...
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Millikin School of Nursing
College of Professional Studies | Nursing
Nursing class benefits from simulation exercises
November 12, 2015, 4:15pm
Millikin University's School of Nursing is providing opportunities for students to build self-confidence and prepare for professional nursing practice through its Senior Simulation...
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Academic | College of Professional Studies | Nursing
Learning through Simulation
November 4, 2015, 11:00am
Learning through Simulation It's 11 a.m. on a Monday, and on the first floor of Millikin University's Leighty-Tabor Science Center, nine nursing students are attending to a patient who...
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