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New Graduate Programs Announced

April 18, 2016

New Master's Degree Specializations AnnouncedApril 18, 2016 – Bryan College is expanding its graduate academic programs with the announcement of four new specialization opportunities. Each specialization allows students to tailor their graduate degree to their career goals and interests.

The new graduate specializations include:

The new specializations will be available beginning in the 2016 – 2017 academic year. All courses are offered completely online, providing the flexibility for students to continue working full-time from almost anywhere in the world. All graduate programs at Bryan College are competitively priced, and students can earn their degree in as little as 18 months.

Bryan developed the new specializations to meet the needs of students and the marketplace. “When we surveyed students in the Fall about graduate programs they’d like to see Bryan develop, we identified several areas of interest where we had capabilities to offer programs that better met some of the career goals of students,” said  Paul Rickert, Ph.D., Dean of Adult and Graduate Studies. “We are still working toward developing other programs at the graduate level because it not only allows us to meet our students’ and potential students’ needs but also to meet the needs of employers”.

All programs at Bryan College are regionally accredited, and some programs hold additional accreditations and approvals including IACBE and ACSI.

Bryan College is a private, non-profit, Christian liberal arts institution located in Dayton, TN. Bryan College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges and offers 25 majors with 49 unique fields of study and 3 graduate programs with 5 options and 2 certificates. The Bryan motto, “Christ Above All” can not only be found emblazoned on the college logo but also pursued in the lives of Bryan faculty, staff, students, and alumni. To learn more, visit bryan.edu.

Written by Britney M. Wyatt, Director of Marketing, 423.775.7327, britney.wyatt@bryan.edu