Are you new to campus, and not sure how to get involved? Perhaps you have been attending classes for a few semesters and now want to explore some areas outside the classroom? Continue reading “Don’t Wait. Get Involved Today! “
For those who are interested in pursuing a career in business, an MBA is the best way to further your knowledge about business practices and further your career at the same time. It’s the best way to bypass the grind and set yourself up for success. Continue reading “Getting Your MBA Online Versus On-Campus “
North Greenville University has a wide offering for students interested in living on campus. Each of our residence halls offer a unique perspective of NGU residence life. Some of the perks for living on campus include free laundry facilities, micro-fridges and microwaves in every room, and the coveted camaraderie and fellowship that only comes from residence life at NGU. Our community directors, resident assistants, and chaplains are assigned to each hall to ensure students have someone at hand if challenges arise during the academic year. All of the university’s residence halls are either assigned to males or females. Continue reading “Living On-Campus at NGU: Residence Hall Highlights “
Looking back over his four-year career at North Greenville, Scotty McCauley is thankful. As a 2018 graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and a minor in Accounting, Scotty was well prepared for the workforce, but that is where the hard work began. Continue reading “Career Planning Services: We’re Here to Help You Succeed “
Heather Quinn graduated from the NGU Online general studies degree program with a minor in business in spring of 2017. She was not only a student; but also a mother, barn manager, and riding instructor at Easy Bend Farm in Easley, SC. Continue reading “Meet Heather Quinn: Online General Studies Graduate”
The senior research project course is one of the General Studies degree online capstone course options to be taken in a students’ final year. This course teaches and guides students through the procedures and mechanics of writing a research paper. Students then are required to present their research to the class.
What is it like to be a NCAA Division II student athlete studying at NGU? Meet Kate Lee, a rising senior right fielder on the NGU softball team. Find out her passion for her sport and how she balances school work and time on the field.
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”