Midwest University

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Midwest University
Type private
Established 1986
President Dr. James Song
Students 300[citation needed]
Location Wentzville, Missouri, Missouri, United States
38°50′00″N 90°49′58″W / 38.83333°N 90.83271°W / 38.83333; -90.83271Coordinates: 38°50′00″N 90°49′58″W / 38.83333°N 90.83271°W / 38.83333; -90.83271
Campus Suburban
Website www.midwest.edu

Midwest University is a private, accredited four-year Christian university located in Wentzville, Missouri. It was founded in 1986 by Dr. James Song. Midwest offers degrees in Social Work (DSW), Theology, and Intercultural Studies.

With the main campus is located in the St. Louis metropolitan area in city of Wentzville, Missouri, the University offers residential education, intensive seminars in national and international locations, and e-learning / distance education opportunities.

The university is an Evangelically conservative, private, non-profit, international institution of higher learning whose mission is to equip men and women to apply Biblically based classroom learning to their ministries.

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