You’re ready to make a name for yourself but need to finish your degree to move up the career ladder. Grace University’s Business Leadership program can help you do just that in as little as 16 months.
Earning your Bachelor of Science degree in Business Leadership through Grace University’s Adult Degree Completion program helps you bring the best business practices to the workplace through a strong academic program that applies biblical and theological principles. Continue reading “Business Leadership Degree: Put Your Career on the Fast Track”
Grace University’s athletic director, Willie Williams, is pleased to announce creation of a women’s softball program for the 2015-2016 academic year.
“Grace University continues to invest in the lives of Christian student-athletes,” said Williams. “The creation of the women’s softball program allows us to expand in our mission of developing servant leaders, positively impacting more lives in the Omaha community and beyond.” Continue reading “Grace University Adds Women’s Softball for Spring 2016”
Grace University’s 2nd Annual Spring Musical Revue will be held Saturday, April 25 at 7:30 p.m. in the Suckau Chapel at 840 Pine St. in Omaha.
The production features Grace’s finest performers singing and dancing to music from A Chorus Line, Spamalot, The Addams Family and other toe-tapping tunes. Choreographed by Amy Wesely and hosted by Mackenzie Dehmer, this event will please audience members of all ages. The musical revue is free and open to the public. Continue reading “Spring Musical Revue Saturday”
You’ve made the commitment to finish your bachelor’s degree through Grace University’s adult degree completion program. Great! Now what?
Our mission is to develop servant leaders who will take their faith into their professions. We understand that adult learners are different from traditional undergraduate students. At Grace, you’re not just a number – you’re invested in your education, and so are we. Continue reading “Traits of a Successful Adult Student”
A highly educated team is a profitable team.
Employees with a bachelor’s degree typically have the ability to take on larger, more complex projects. Their communication and time management skills are sharpened as adult learners, making them more productive and efficient workers. Additionally, adult learners are more motivated, increasing profitability in the workplace. Continue reading “Educated Employees Help Your Bottom Line”