At South University, we hope our students and faculty had an amazing year. We’re so proud of all that our students have achieved, and we're committed to helping you go even further in 2014. However, before we look forward, we’d like to take a moment to look back at this great year!
7 New Programs Added: Explore our new programs below, including our very first doctoral program!
• Bachelor of Science in Public Relations
• Master of Science in Accounting
• Master of Public Health
• Post Graduate Certificate in Nursing with a specialization in Nurse Educator
• Post Graduate Certificate in Nursing with a specialization in Adult Health Nurse Practitioner
• Post Graduate Certificate in Nursing with a specialization in Family Nurse Practitioner
• Doctor of Nursing Practice
Students Share Their Motivation and Success: Hear from a few of our inspiring, hard-working students!
• Jack Siegel, who already earned an Associate of Science in Allied Health Science, is now working toward a Bachelor of Science in Health Science and plans to pursue a master’s degree next.
• Sarah Hargis discusses what inspired her to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and why she chose South University.
• Edgar Collier, Associate of Science in Business Administration student, explains how our staff members helped him to achieve his goals.
• Keah Allen, student in the Master of Science in Nursing degree program, shares what keeps her going as a student and a nurse.
New Campus Common Mobile Site: Our updated mobile site lets you quickly:
• View grades, school news, class announcements and upcoming assignments
• Read and respond to discussion questions
• Call or email key contacts with one click.
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First Issue of Our Student Literary Journal: Launched in April 2013, the inaugural edition of Asynchronous showcased our students’ writing, photography and artwork.
All Faculty Members Now on Skype: Now, not only can you call or email faculty members, you can also video chat with them!
Transfer of Credit Policies Updated: With our updated policies, RN-BSN and RN-MSN students may receive up to 90 credits toward the general education and foundation requirements of the BSN. These credits can be given in addition to the existing 45 credits awarded for previous nursing experience, potentially leaving you with only 45 credits required to earn your BSN.
South University Named a Military Friendly School: GI Jobs Magazine selected South University for inclusion in its list of Military Friendly Schools® for 2014. The list honors the top 20% of colleges, universities and trade schools doing the most to embrace America’s veterans as students. Read More>>