The online general studies degree supplies skill in communication, problem-solving, critical thinking and understanding different cultures helping alumni in many different types of jobs. The top three high paying jobs for employees with a general studies degree are account director, editorial director and director of public relations (source). Continue reading “What Can I Do With a General Studies Degree?”
NGU’s General Studies online degree is designed for students who are looking to gain a broad base of skills and experience that can be applied to any discipline. The degree curriculum focuses on the foundations of liberal arts and humanities, including subjects like communication, problem-solving, critical thinking, researching, multidisciplinary interaction, analytical skills, physical, social, and cultural understanding, as well as how to apply this knowledge in your own career. Continue reading “Online General Studies Degree by The Numbers”
You probably already know the basics of the acclaimed faith-based college, North Greenville University. But there just may be some tidbits about this southern Christian university that will surprise you!
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Within the College of Fine Arts, the school provides undergraduate degrees in music/liberal arts, music education, music performance, and music worship studies. You may be deciding to attend NGU as a music major to pursue a music degree, but are wondering which degree program to choose. Continue reading “Types of Music Degrees – Which is Right for Me?”
To be a Christian is to follow the words and ways of Christ in all that we say and do. Always, not merely on Sundays. Therefore, we cannot, nor should we try to, separate our Christian-values from our workplaces. At North Greenville University, we believe that business and careers can be strengthened through the practice of our beliefs, in subtle and not so subtle ways. Many others agree, including Ian Mitroff and Elizabeth Denton who state in A Spiritual Audit of Corporate America: “spirituality could be the ultimate competitive advantage.” In the MBA program, we address many Christian values, three of which are leadership, integrity and industry. Continue reading “Keeping Christian Values in Business”
Often, as students consider what major to pursue, their thoughts turn to what practical use a degree can be after graduation. When these types of considerations arise, theatre sometimes seems like a risky proposition. Of course, performance is a highly competitive field, and there are no guarantees that a degree in theatre will book you a role. However, studying theatre can give a student invaluable skills that are sought after by employers from many different fields. Continue reading “Theatre Degree Alums Find Careers Onstage and Back”
NGU Theatre students participate in two of the country’s largest theatre conferences: Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) Region Four and Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC).
While Physician Assistants (PAs) and Doctors of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) have similar job roles, their career paths and degree programs differ greatly when you look at them under the microscope (no pun intended). Continue reading “PA vs. MD/DO degree: Which is Right for me? “
Physician Assistants, popularly referred to as “PAs,” are healthcare professionals who work as part of the medical team. Their duties include examining patients, interpreting lab tests, assisting in surgery, deciding the treatment method for patients, and providing medical care. Continue reading “What is a Physician Assistant?”