Faith-Based Excellence in Education

Core Curriculum

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Nurturing Faith, Empowering Minds: Transformative Education at North Greenville University

At North Greenville University, we believe in the power of a Christian education and the vital role of Christ in shaping our educational journey. Our focus is on creating an environment where students can thrive academically and spiritually.

When you join us, you’ll experience a comprehensive curriculum that goes beyond textbooks and lectures. We want our graduates to be equipped with not just knowledge, but also a deep understanding of how to apply Biblical truths and principles in their lives. We aim to develop individuals who can think critically, make informed decisions, and navigate the complexities of the world with a solid foundation of faith.

But it doesn’t stop there. We also emphasize the importance of being good stewards of the Christian mind and body that God has given us. We encourage students to take care of themselves holistically, nurturing their intellectual growth, physical well-being, and spiritual development.

At North Greenville University, we are more than just an educational institution. We are a community of learners, where faith and learning intersect to shape well-rounded individuals who are ready to make a positive impact in the world.

Mandatory Core (65%)

29 Hrs

Engaging the Biblical Narrative


Integrating a Biblical Worldview


Interpreting the Biblical Text


Composition and Rhetoric


Composition and Literature


Western Civilization in a Global Context since 1517


Scientific Inquiry in the Living World


Scientific Inquiry in the Physical World


Introduction to Psychology




Computer Tech for Success

1 (P/F)

Elective Distribution Core (35%)

15 Hrs

Communication (choose 1 from Interpersonal, Small Group, or Oral)


Literature (choose 1 from Am Lit I, Am Lit II, Brit Lit I, Brit Lit II, Multicultural Lit, or ENGL 2390 Special Topics)


Fine Arts Appreciation (choose 1 from Engaging the Arts through Music, Engaging the Arts through Visual Art, Engaging the Arts through Theatre, or Engaging the Arts through Film)


Civic Awareness: (choose 1 from American National Government, U.S. History to 1865, or U.S. History since 1865


Math: Any 1000-level math course 1310 or higher.*

*See course catalog for the specific Math course required for your major.



44 Hrs

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