Kennedy-Western University Goals
Our institutional goals include:
Offering a distance-education curriculum comparable in quality to classroom-based instruction.
Integrating valuable work experience and existing knowledge into the educational process.
Providing current theory and practice that are relevant and applicable to employment in today's culture and society.
Promoting degree-level critical thinking, problem solving, and analytical skills.
Strengthening interpersonal skills for collaborative and productive work with colleagues, competitors, subordinates, and supervisors.
Maintaining a high level of academic integrity along with accessibility, flexibility, and convenience for the adult learner.
These unique goals differentiate the University and shape its instructional and support programs. The Kennedy-Western University concept is unique in that it provides a bilateral commitment between mid-career professionals and the University.