Union University Germantown brings Union's tradition of Christ-centered academic excellence to adult students in Memphis and the Mid-South region. Graduate degrees, undergraduate degree completion programs and professional development opportunities are designed with the schedules and needs of adult students in mind.
Union's graduate and adult studies students benefit from face-to-face teaching and mentoring from Union's excellent teaching faculty as well as the integration of online coursework.
Opened in 1997, Union University Germantown includes classrooms, meeting rooms, a library, nursing simulation stations, and more. The two-story facility and convenient parking are located on 14 acres in Germantown.
The Stephen Olford Center is an 18-acre education and retreat center in southeast Memphis. It features more than 40 hotel-style rooms for conference attendees, dining facilities, a patio, a swimming pool, a newly donated 32,000-volume library, classrooms, offices and a chapel.
Union University's MBA degree integrates relevant, top-tier academics with Christian faith in a way that effectively impacts business ethics and organizational decision-making.
The mission of the School of Education is to prepare educators of character and competence who reflect Christ as they serve and lead in their schools and communities.
Union's nursing graduates gain significant mentoring from the faculty in the classroom, clinical settings, on the mission field and a state-of-the art simulation environment.
Adults with at least two years of college credit can complete their bachelor's degree in as little as 18 months with this specially designed degree program. Classes meet one night a week.
In a context of Christian higher education, the program fosters compassionate service, promotes social and economic justice, and equips students for excellence in social work practice.
Rigorous academics, skill in teaching and attention to students as individuals are integrated with deep devotion to Christ and His Church and a commitment to reaching the nations with the Gospel.