Why Choose SNU for Graduate School?
“Should I go back to school and earn my master’s degree?”
Every working professional wonders about whether or not to pursue graduate school. While it is not required for every field, a master’s degree can lead to career advancement or even increased pay. Despite knowing it can be a great next step professionally, many people continue to be on the fence about enrolling. Time, cost, and added responsibilities can discourage potential students from taking the plunge.
While it can seem daunting, choosing the right program is vital to success. At Southern Nazarene University, graduate courses are designed for working adults. We understand the personal commitments that individuals have to balance every day between work and family.
Professors in our graduate-level courses are often working professionals themselves. They craft their once-weekly class time to be as efficient and effective as possible, so that students can earn their master’s degree without sacrificing their day-to-day commitments. Just ask any one of our dedicated alumni such as Danita Rose.
Danita was a working parent when she went through the Master in Business Administration program at SNU.
“There was so much structure. Your books were there for you the first night of class and the instructors utilized our time well. The classes were structured so that that you could learn quickly but absorb the information at the same time,” says Danita.
Danita is now the President and CFO of Advantage Bank in Oklahoma City. She is also an instructor in the SNU MBA program. She encourages potential graduate students to make the investment in changing their lives and enroll.
“If you’re thinking about it all, just stop thinking and do it. It will be something that you’ll never forget. The networking and the friendships you will make are worth it…SNU understands working adults.”
Why is SNU a great option for busy working adults? Take a look at what we can offer.
Your Graduate Journey Can Start at SNU
With support based on professionalism, community, and faith, SNU is ready to help you succeed. Request more information about our graduate programs or call us at (405) 491-6332.
Posted on Tue, January 2, 2018
by Kylie Kallsen