Register For Graduate and Online Classes Today!
(September 29, 2018) Applications are currently being accepted for the Fall 2 term for North Greenville University’s T. Walter Brashier Graduate School and NGU Online Programs. Adult and graduate courses begin Monday, Oct. 15 and run through Sunday, Dec. 9.
North Greenville offers a variety of programs for adults, both online and on campus, through the Tim Brashier Campus in Greer, SC.
NGU Online offers blended degrees in business, education, Christian ministry, psychology, criminal justice and general studies, enabling busy, working adults to complete their degree with the flexibility they need. The T. Walter Brashier Graduate School offers master’s and doctorate degree programs in business, Christian Ministry, education, and music education, also in various, flexible formats. Many students may qualify for the Martin Timothy Brashier Scholars Program which provides scholarships for residents of the Upstate of South Carolina or previous NGU graduates.
New this fall, the Tim Brashier Campus has launched a Leadership and Professional Development Department that boasts University Credit Certificate Programs and Professional Development Seminars in very specific topics of study.
For additional information, contact Tim Brashier Campus Director/Director of Adult and Graduate Admissions Justin Pitts, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 864-663-7507, or apply online.
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