Union University offers adults in the Nashville area the opportunity to pursue graduate degrees, undergraduate degrees and professional development from a University that is nationally recognized for integrating top-tier academics and Christian faith.
Union University Hendersonville offers graduate degrees in Education, Nursing and Christian Studies. Adults wanting to complete an undergraduate degree have several options, whether they have earned college credit previously or not.
The first Tuesday of each month, 5:30-7 p.m., Union University Hendersonville hosts an Open House. Faculty and staff are available to answer questions about degree and career options.
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.
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.
The Leadership Academy at Union University Hendersonville is an ongoing program designed for teachers and administrators in Sumner County schools. All participants receive professional in-service credit and may apply for three hours of graduate-level credit from Union for completing the program. READ MORE
Union University Hendersonville held the final session of its most recent Leadership Academy on Nov. 1, with class and team activities and an awards luncheon for participants. SEE PHOTOS ON FACEBOOK
The event featured Emily Barton, assistant commissioner for curriculum and instruction at the Tennessee Department of Education, Del Phillips, director of schools for Sumner County, and Ted Wise, chairman of the Sumner County School Board.
Dec. 20, 2012 – For the past several months, Keith and Karen Singer of Mt. Juliet, Tenn., have known the meaning of “busy” -- four kids, full-time jobs, and each of them working on graduate degrees at Union University in Hendersonville.
On Dec. 15, the Singers each accomplished a significant goal with the completion of their degrees. They graduated together during the fall commencement service at West Jackson Baptist Church in Jackson, Tenn. READ MORE