APRIL 24, 2013
Freed-Hardeman University is offering a price break for new graduate school students. New students who enroll in six or more graduate hours this summer or fall will receive a tuition waiver for three of the hours, according to Dr. Jesse Robertson, dean of graduate studies and outreach.
The university is making the “6 for 3” offer to encourage new students to try graduate courses. “It is an excellent opportunity to find out if graduate school is a good option for them,” Robertson said.
FHU offers master’s degrees in Bible, business, education and counseling. Courses are available on campus and online in four-week and eight-week formats. Classes begin May 28 but students should begin the application process as quickly as possible.
FHU is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to offer master’s and education specialist’s degrees. In addition, the teacher education program is accredited by the National Council for Teacher Education, and the business program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.
Those interested should contact the director of the appropriate area of study: Bible, Dr. Mark Blackwelder, 731-989-6624; Business, Dr. Tom DeBerry, 731-989-6659; Counseling, Dr. Mike Cravens, 731-989-6666; and Education, Dr. Elizabeth Saunders, 731-989-6087.