Harrison Graduate School

Harrison Graduate School was established in 1996 as a result of an endowment from the late Dr.’s Thomas F. and Louise K. Harrison. Because of his generous gift, the school was named the Thomas F. Harrison School of Graduate Studies, later shortened to Harrison Graduate School (HGS). HGS now offers 19 master’s degrees and a Doctor of Ministry. Since the year 2000, Dr. Robert Harden has been the Dean of Graduate Studies. Under his leadership, HGS has added diverse programs of study, including a doctoral degree, and increased enrollment to over 300 students. Harrison Graduate School is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

Accredited Master's and Doctoral Degrees

As you consider the university where you will earn a higher degree, be certain to choose an accredited graduate program – like SAGU.

SAGU's Graduate programs are conveniently offered evenings, weekends, on campus and online through the School of Distance Education.

Christian Community

When earning a graduate degree on campus or online, it is important to choose a college that matches your personal values. All SAGU degrees are taught by Christian faculty who share your values, care about your personal success, and invest in you spiritually.

On-campus Support

SAGU provides the added benefit of full access to campus student services. If you ever desire face-to-face support, our campus family will cheerfully assist you.

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