Get started with Robotics at Judson University

Judson University is a private evangelical Christian liberal arts university in Elgin, Illinois. It was founded in 1913. Judson was formed out of the liberal arts component of Northern Baptist Theological Seminary. When the seminary moved from Chicago to Lombard, Illinois, it was decided to make the college separate from the seminary. Originally known as Judson College, it was named after Adoniram Judson, the first American Baptist missionary to foreign shores. The university has campuses in Elgin and Rockford, Illinois, and a student body of approximately 1,300. Judson College became Judson University on August 28, 2007.

Contact Information

Address
1151 North State Street, Elgin, Illinois 60123
Email
patrick.stephen@judsonu.edu
Phone
(847) 628-2500

Robotics Training Programs from Judson University

At Judson, learning may begin in the classroom but it does not end there. Our architecture majors study skyscrapers in Chicago. Judson education majors gain experience in at-risk classrooms. Those in the five-year Christian Ministries pastoral program travel the world and visit places such as the Holy Land. And as music business entrepreneurship majors, students learn both in the classroom and in studio.

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