Belhaven University will offer on-site undergraduate and graduate degree programs at its new Madison campus open this fall.

“I am thrilled we are opening a campus in Madison because so many working professionals need graduate degrees in a convenient location,” said Belhaven President Dr. Roger Parrott.

“Because Madison is a highly educated community, we believe that our graduate degrees offered in Madison will be popular,” he added.

The following degree programs will be available at the Belhaven Madison Campus:

• Master of Business Administration
• Master of Business Administration with Health Administration Concentration
• Master of Business Administration with Human Resources Concentration
• Master of Business Administration with Leadership Concentration
• Master of Science in Leadership
• Master of Science in Leadership with Human Resources Concentration
• Master of Science in Leadership with Ministry Concentration
• Bachelor of Arts in Applied Psychology
• Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies
• Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies
• Bachelor of Business Administration
• Bachelor of Health Administration
• Bachelor of Science in Management
• Associate of Arts
• Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies
• Associate of Arts in Business
• Associate of Arts in Christian Ministries

Most of the programs are designed for working adults and function in tandem with students who need flexibility while earning a degree.

“The adult-focused delivery of the courses gives students the ability to work full time and attend classes one night a week,” said Dr. Audrey Kelleher, vice president for adult and graduate enrollment and student services. “This learning format is a proven success, and we look forward to seeing our students achieve their education goals with us.”

The Jackson-based university has branch campuses in Memphis, Houston, Atlanta and Chattanooga. The Madison campus is located at 401 Baptist Drive.


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Ashley F.G. Norwood

Ashley F. G. Norwood, a native of Jackson, earned a bachelor's degree in English from Jackson State University and a master’s degree from the Meek School of Journalism at the University of Mississippi. Norwood, who specializes in multimedia journalism, has been recognized nationally for her documentary film the fly in the buttermilk, which covers the history, perceptions and principles of black Greek-lettered organizations at the University of Mississippi.