As today’s job market continues to decentralize, relying more and more on the innovations of technology, the oft relied-upon pillars of a business career are beginning to change. Continue reading “Does an MBA Still Matter in Today’s World?”
A career in broadcasting is quite alluring, especially with the prospect that one could land a TV role in a national network. However, becoming a household name is not easy, and it will probably involve lots of hard work and practical experience. Continue reading “Campus Broadcasting Prepares Students for A Career On Air”
By Laura Dyer (’17)
My name is . . . Dr. Becky Louise Thompson.
I’ve been teaching at NGU since . . . 2002. Continue reading “Meet Dr. Becky Thompson: Impacting People Through Education “
Do you want to be an entrepreneur with a business of your own?
Do you want to work as a manager, or maybe you just want to strengthen your leadership skills? Continue reading “Business 101: Course Highlight – Introduction to Business”
Know, grow, and go are three verbs that characterize the mission of North Greenville University’s campus ministries. Our prayer is for students to know and receive Christ as Lord, to grow in their faith, and to go (locally and globally) to share the good news of Christ with everyone. Continue reading “Campus Ministries Opportunities Abound at NGU”
An accounting degree is one of the most diverse degrees that you can attain under the business administration umbrella. Accountants are found in every industry at every level, including municipal and governmental. Continue reading “Business Degrees for Every Type of Person”
In my last post I discussed the three blessings that stem from earning a degree online. Each of those were tied to the practical application of the material in various courses in the context of a community the student has already set roots in. Building from this desire to nurture the student’s practice from what is learned, an online Christian Ministries degree will focus on information transfer as well as application of those principles learned. It is far too easy to assume that what is regurgitated is learned. In fact, we see Paul encouraging his children in the faith to practice what Paul preached and modeled for them (Phil. 4:9). Continue reading “What to Expect From an Online Biblical Studies Program”
One of the greatest challenges I faced while in seminary was the need to feed my family. You see, my wife and I had moved from Raleigh to Minneapolis to Louisville in order to be trained in how to handle Scripture and teach it. We had to uproot from the familiar. Some would say this was virtuous and commend our steps in faith. While I believe that is true, I also believe that we live in a day and time where technology enables us to both get our theological training but also to dig our roots in deeper—both in others’ lives and nourishing the roots of our own faith. Continue reading “Learning at Your Pace: Online Ministry Degree”
As a forty year veteran teacher, new teachers often ask me, “Why should I get a M.Ed.?” The reasons are practical, personal, and professional. Continue reading “The Best Advice We’ve Heard for Getting an M.Ed.”