Airlines in the United States are desperately seeking pilots. Some airlines are hiring up to 400 pilots per month with five-figure sign-on bonuses. Whether you’re on the fast track to becoming a career pilot or just want to diversify your skill set, NGU’s aviation minor is an excellent educational value. Continue reading “Looking To Earn A Minor? Consider Aviation “
Aspiring aviators often think they have to attend a large, expensive, out-of-state aeronautical university to earn an aviation degree. Pilots are in high demand among the U.S. Air Force and the airlines, which means many options for potential pilots. In as little as 18 credit hours, students earning an aviation minor at NGU can become certified to fly single-engine planes. Continue reading “Five Things You Should Know About NGU’s Aviation Minor “
Working adults require flexible coursework and understanding faculty and staff to thrive in pursuing a bachelor’s degree.
At North Greenville University, we want to ensure all students are able to attain higher education in a personable and personalized way. Time is an essential component of completing an online degree program. Our program is 120 credit hours. A typical timeline for completing our adult online business undergraduate degree is within four years.
Continue reading “How Long Does It Take to Get Your Online Bachelor’s Degree in Business?”
North Greenville University believes a valuable arts education provides a multifaceted view into various disciplines.
In our studio art degree program, you’ll hone your creative and critical thinking while solving problems and stirring your curiosity. With several concentrations to choose from, including ceramics, drawing, graphic art, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture, you’ll find a medium to excel in. Continue reading “Top Three Studio Art Careers”
North Greenville University is committed to removing barriers like cost of attendance for students to attend the university and learn the difference that Christ can make in their lives. We have outlined several resources on our financial aid webpage to help answer any questions you may have during the process. This information is updated on a regular basis to best serve our current and prospective students.
To find out what financial aid is available to you at North Greenville University, visit ngu.edu/financialaid.
As virtual classrooms become increasingly popular, many colleges are decentralizing their locations and expanding students’ access to education by offering online courses. Today, online degrees blend traditional classes with the convenience of distance learning. Continue reading “Reasons Why An Online Psychology Degree May Be Right For You “
An aviation minor at North Greenville University, offered in cooperation with USAeroFlight, includes extensive instruction in using flight instruments, piloting during varied conditions, understanding advanced aircraft systems, and more. Besides the interesting coursework and hands-on learning provided during the program, the aviation minor opens the door to a one-of-a-kind experience to travel the world and explore the skies. Continue reading “Top Aviation Careers Available with an Aviation Minor”
The mission of God’s people is to make disciples through evangelism and teaching all that Jesus commanded. These followers of Christ make disciples who make disciples. NGU is a distinctively Christian university. Therefore, we are called to make intellectual disciples who are grounded in spiritual formation and who are called and equipped to be transformational leaders for church and society. Spiritual formation is essential for the entire university community (students, faculty, staff, and administrators). This emphasis on spiritual formation sets NGU apart from many other universities. Continue reading “The Priority of Ministry at NGU “
Attending college can be a big change for students. Do you want to know some ways to make the transition from life at home to life on campus? Here is our list of 10 things to do to prepare for your freshman year. Continue reading “10 Things to Do to Prepare for Your Freshman Year “