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Business

A Bachelor of Science in Business provides students with a firm foundation in key areas of the field—accounting, management, marketing, and organizational behavior, along with emphasis coursework in a special arena. Such a degree prepares students for a variety of professional options: from starting a business to a career in management; to leadership in a church or non-profit agency; to law school or an MBA program. An Asbury degree, being grounded in Christian concepts of appropriate behavior toward individuals and society, also offers an ethical framework or decision making.

Leadership and Ministry

The Leadership and Ministry program is a degree completion program designed to provide busy, working adults with the opportunity to complete a college degree. The program will benefit anyone desiring to live out their faith as a Christian with deeper meaning and purpose, and to contribute to God’s work in the world through the church. Persons considering a career transition into vocational ministry, or needing an undergraduate degree for the ministry they currently lead, or laypersons seeking to enhance their volunteer ministry opportunities will find the program particularly helpful.

Elementary Education

The online Elementary Education program is a degree completion and/or elementary teacher certification program designed to provide busy, working adults with an opportunity to complete a college degree. 

Grad/Professional Studies Receives New Dean

Asbury University is pleased to announce that Dr. Verna Lowe, a professor with 30 years of experience in the classroom and in leadership at the University, has accepted a new position as Dean of the School of Graduate and Professional Studies.

Bridget Szczapinski

Coordinator of Recruitment and Admissions for the MSW Program

Mrs. Szczapinski has been working with Asbury since June of 2012. As Coordinator of Recruitment and Admissions, she works with students from inquiry through orientation. The thing she enjoys most about working with adult learners is helping each student make the transition into a graduate program.

In her spare time Mrs. Szczapinski likes to exercise, read, watch football and spend time with her husband and furry children (she has two cats.)

Learning to Teach, and Teaching to Learn

In a series of features, we’ll highlight some of Asbury University’s students who are enrolled in “non-traditional” programs — Online, Degree-completion and Graduate. To find out more about these programs, please visit: Asbury University Online, Adult Professional Studies, School of Education Graduate Degrees.

Social Work Grad Students Visit State Capitol

Dozens of Asbury University’s graduate students in the Masters of Social Work program, as well as several field instructors, recently joined social workers from around Kentucky at the National Association of Social Workers Lobby Day in Frankfort.

Sara Porter

Instructional Designer

Sara Porter joined the Graduate and Professional Studies staff as an Instructional Designer in 2012. She has a Master's Degree in Instructional Systems Design from the University of Kentucky and a Bachelor's Degree in Media Communications from Asbury University ('03). Sara provides training and support for faculty with their online courses at Asbury University.

Sara feels incredibly blessed to be married to her best friend, Jared ('01), and loves playing with her two daughters- Hannah and Eden. She enjoys spending time with friends, working in the yard, and traveling.

Finishing What She Started: Lucy Kilmer

In a series of features, we’ll highlight some of Asbury University’s students who are enrolled in “non-traditional” programs — Online, Degree-completion and Graduate. To find out more about these programs, please visit: Asbury University Online, Adult Professional Studies, School of Education Graduate Degrees.

A Tradition of Excellence

Asbury University graduate students spent time in a local elementary school during their course work.
Asbury University graduate students spent time in a local elementary school during their course work.

The traditional path to success in the United States, educationally speaking, goes something like this: high school, college, job.

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