Monday, March 3, 2008


The King's College unveils 'Semester in the City' initiative

NEW YORK­ The King’s College is excited to unveil
its latest initiative, Semester in the City.
Semester in the City provides an opportunity for
college and university students to study “abroad”
for one semester at The King’s College located in heart of New York City.

Semester in the City combines the best of The
King’s College idea-driven curriculum with the
uniqueness of New York City to create an intense
and powerful educational experience. With a fall
semester focus on journalism, and a spring focus
on business, students will study with renowned
faculty and practitioners while taking advantage
of the opportunities offered in the media and finance capital of the world.

The fall journalism focus includes courses such
as Introduction to Biblical Journalism, taught by
provost of The King’s College and editor-in-chief
of WORLD magazine, Dr. Marvin Olasky, and other
renowned journalists, and Logic taught by famed
author/philosopher, Dr. Peter Kreeft.
Additionally, both the journalism and business
focuses include Introduction to the City, taught
by premier urbanologist, Dr. Anne
Hendershott. The business focus will expose
students to seasoned business professionals and
give them the opportunity to experience some of
the world’s elite institutions first hand.

While part of Semester in the City, students will
live in The King’s College housing located in the
heart of Manhattan. This prime location puts
students blocks away from the world’s most
powerful news organizations and some of the
country’s leading journalists, as well as
strategic businesses. They’ll experience life in
the city in such a way that will change their outlook forever.

If you would like more information about Semester
in the City, please call (212) 659-7297 or email
us at

The King’s College is a Christian liberal arts
college located in the Empire State Building in New York City.

For more information about The King's College please contact:
Sharon Denney

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