Students may apply for admission any time during the academic year
Tigerville, SC - NGU celebrated a new chapter in its institutional history with the beginning of its first doctoral degree program. On Monday, October 3, the T. Walter Brashier Graduate School in Greer began its first seminar week of its Great Commission Studies with Discipleship and Spiritual Formation taught by Dean of the Graduate School of Christian Ministry, Dr. Larry McDonald. The week-long spring seminar on Church Growth and Revitalization will be taught by Dr. Ken Hemphill, Director of NGU’s Center for Church Planting and Revitalization (CPR).
Students may apply to the Doctor of Ministry program at any time during the academic year. On-campus intensive seminars will normally be taught in March and October. Application must be approved prior to the beginning of a seminar in order to participate in that course. For more information on the Doctor of Ministry program visit gradschool.ngu.edu or contact Tawana Scott, Dean of Graduate Enrollment at (864) 877-1598.