The T. Walter Brashier Graduate School
North Greenville University is excited to offer five graduate degree opportunities. They include a Master of Christian Ministry Program, a Master of Business Administration, a Master of Education, a Doctor of Ministry, and now a Master of Arts in Teaching at our conveniently located T. Walter Brashier Graduate School in Greer, SC. Please read the word of welcome below to learn more about these opportunities, and continue exploring our site for additional information about our unique graduate programs.
Word of Welcome from Dr. Isgett
North Greenville University has earned a reputation for providing excellent academic programs that are truly Christ-centered. Few universities offer the opportunity for a Christ-centered approach to graduate study, but North Greenville University, through its T. Walter Brashier Graduate School, does.
I invite you to explore our website and learn more about opportunities for graduate and advanced professional studies in the T. Walter Brashier Graduate School. We offer our graduate programs at our Fairview campus in Greer, SC, enabling you to earn your graduate degree while remaining fully engaged in your current position. The master's programs are also available online. Beginning January 2013, we will offer a Master's of Arts in Teaching.
You can finish the Master of Christian Ministry Program in as little as four semesters, taking classes one day a week. You can complete the Master of Business Administration Program in as little as sixteen months in our exciting weekend "executive" format. The Master of Education Program and the Master of Arts in Teaching can be completed in two years. The Doctor of Ministry Program can be completed in three years. Just this year, we began offering the Doctor of Ministry degree. Evening and online opportunities are available for most of our programs.
After you have explored this site, contact us and let us help you take that vital next step in your personal and professional advancement. (By telephone: 864.877.3052)
Dr. J. Samuel Isgett