Located in Anderson, South Carolina, Anderson University began as a female undergraduate institution, founded with ties to the Southern Baptist Convention. The college transitioned to become a coeducational junior college in 1929, and later transitioned to become a four-year university in subsequent years. In 2005, Anderson began offering graduate degrees. Today, the college offers undergraduate and graduate programs in liberal arts & sciences, Christian studies, business, education, interior design, music education, and visual & performing arts. AU currently offers seven online bachelor's and master's degrees.
Anderson University offers a small-school experience at a good value. The college's online offerings include traditional professionally-oriented programs, as well as degrees in ministry areas. Anderson's MBA is a unique opportunity for students to learn business principles within a Christian framework.
This degree combines foundational business concepts with topics in health care. The program requires 120 credit hours, structured in 8 week courses.
This bachelor's is appropriate for those seeking a deeper understanding of theological and Biblical topics and/or a position in ministry. Required classes include Systematic Theology, Church History, and Evangelism & Missions.
This 100% online program covers a variety of criminal justice topics, such as criminal procedure, correctional systems, and violence issues. Students can concentrate in law enforcement or homeland security/emergency preparedness.
Graduates of this program will be better-equipped to assist people to help overcome obstacles in their lives. Students learn about social issues, ethics, and other critical topics in human services.
Students in this program improve their communication skills and learn leadership techniques, within a Christian framework. The program combines people skills with business skills and requires 120 credit hours of work.
*Requires a bachelor's degree. This MBA is appropriate for those with or without an undergraduate business degree. The program is 36 credits and covers topics such as economics, human resources, and accounting.
*Requires a bachelor's degree. This master of ministry covers pertinent leadership topics for serving in church or ministry settings. The program requires 42 course credits and can be finished in 24 months.
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