North Greenville University Online MBA Tops Charts in South Carolina

North Greenville University is getting attention from US News and World Report for the quality of its online MBA program, which is based from the T. Walter Brashier Graduate School.

In rankings that were sent out last week, NGU’s MBA program online ranked 74th out of 198 programs that were ranked in the US by the magazine. This made NGU the highest ranked in South Carolina.

The faculty at NGU has worked hard to make the online MBA program to be of great value to the student body, and the university has stated that it is pleased and honored to receive national recognition.

The major benefit of an NGU online master’s degree in business is that it can give students the leadership skills and industry connections that are so important to advancing one’s business career. By earning your degree online from NGU, you can complete your business education without stopping your day job. At NGU, you also can earn your online business degree in accounting, marketing and entrepreneurship.

US News and World Report evaluates a number of factors to rank the best online programs, such as reputation, faculty credentials, and rates of graduation.

According to faculty at the school, the NGU MBA is very centered on business, and is one of the best and most affordable educational investments that one can make in one’s future in the state of South Carolina. An MBA education from NGU can open the doors to many highest paying finance jobs & careers.

NGU’s graduate school also offers other advanced education degrees in Christian ministry, doctor of ministry and a master of music education.

NGU also was recently named to Forbes’ America’s Best Christian Colleges list and also America’s Top Colleges list. And, NGU was listed as well on CBS News’ Money Watch Best Professors list.

The annual lists by Forbes are released by Institutional Research and Evaluation, and CBS’s list is released by the Center for College Affordability and Productivity.

The Center for College Affordability and Productivity came up with the Best Professors rankings by using a methodology that utilizes evaulations to come up with a teacher quality ranking and then rank the top 675 schools.