Adult and Online Program Ranks Among SC Best
When North Greenville University launched its College of Adult Professional Studies in the fall of 2016, faculty members set out to create a program for non-traditional college students who wanted to earn a degree from a four-year university.
Recently, BestColleges.com has finalized their ratings for 2018. The CAPS Program, now referred to as Adult and Online Program, has been rated the third best among the best online colleges in South Carolina.
According to BestColleges.com, the criteria for selecting online schools is academic quality, affordability, and online competency. The parameters are measured by the National Center for Education Statistics.
NGU’s Tim Brashier Campus Director and Director of Adult and Graduate Admissions Justin Pitts says, “We are grateful for the recognition this award gives the program.”
NGU offers six undergraduate degrees for online students, including business administration, Christian ministry, criminal justice, psychology, elementary education and general studies.
According to BestColleges.com, “As a Christ-centered university, NGU strives to integrate academics with a Christian worldview and lifestyle, encouraging spiritual growth and service.”
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