Tracy Robertson Kramer, PhD

Dean, Online Studies
Title IX Coordinator
Unit: Graduate Faculty
Location: Tigerville

"If you want to be successful in life, then pray as if everything depends on God and work as if everything depends on you."
  • Teaching & Education

    You will learn with me when taking graduate courses, primarily in strategy and statistics.


    • BS, University of Alabama-Birmingham
    • PhD, University of Alabama
  • Professional Experience

    My experience includes teaching at both the graduate and undergraduate levels since 1993. Prior to that, I was a mortgage banker.

  • My Network

    I serve on the board for Junior Achievement of Greater South Carolina. This organizations matches community volunteers with local schools to teach work-place readiness and financial literacy to students in grades K – 12. This organization represents an excellent opportunity for hands-on experience for anyone interested in helping develop our future workforce. Additionally, I’m involved with the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce. Anyone interested in getting more involved in the Greer community should consider participating in the Chamber’s leadership program.

  • My Story

    I began my academic teaching career at a large, state-supported school. Before the holiday break of my first year, I wished my students a merry Christmas. I subsequently found myself in the Dean’s office getting “counseling” about not offending the non-Christians in our midst. When my husband’s job transferred us back to South Carolina, I didn’t consider teaching at another state-supported school. Instead, I sought a Christian college where my views were not only supported, but encouraged.

    Favorite Course to Teach:

    Business Strategy, because it requires students to bring all of the core business principles that they have learned to develop a solution to business problems.

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