As a doctoral degree-granting institution, Brenau offers masters-level studies in business, education, nursing, gerontology, occupational therapy, health care administration, psychology, interior design, education specialist, an M.F.A. degree in interior design and a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree.
Brenau University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate, baccalaureate, masters, educational specialist, and doctoral degrees.
Brenau’s annual fundraising event for scholarships and catalyst for the community activity on the Gainesville will get bigger and better with its fifth outing on Memorial Day weekend in May 2013. Starting as a Memphis Barbecue Network competition, the Brenau 2013 event will also be opened for competitors in the Georgia Barbecue Association. As one local columnist expressed it, the Brenau [...]
Brenau’s unique undergraduate and graduate curriculum blends professional preparation and well-rounded liberal learning. The portals through which all students pass are world under- standing, scientific and analytic curiosity, artistic and creative imagination and communication and language fluency.
Brenau University Learning and Leisure Institute is a member-driven not-for-credit adult learning experience. BULLI members may enroll in a variety of classes for personal enrichment and intellectual stimulation for three terms each year.
The Brenau Early College Program provides extraordinary young women of traditional high school age an opportunity to get a head start on accumulating college credits through a special fully accredited program in the Brenau Women’s College on the main campus in Gainesville, Ga.
For higher education designed with you in mind, Brenau University offers a variety of majors in undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs in Gainesville and other Georgia locations including North Atlanta / Norcross, South Atlanta / Fairburn, Augusta and Kings Bay.
The Ninth Annual Brenau University Mock Mediation Tournament was held on October 7 and 8, 2011 at Brenau University. The tournament started with a greeting to the participants by Dr. Ed Schrader, President of Brenau University. Following an excellent training in mediation and the brain conducted by Ms. Raye Rawls of the Fanning Institute at [...]
Originally published on 9/01/11 Brenau University on Sept. 1 asked the Gainesville City Council for the opportunity to evaluate a long-term arrangement for the university to lease the Georgia Mountains Center as part of its expansion plans. With the council’s approval of a memorandum of understanding between the city and Brenau, the university will in [...]
Brenau University today asked the Gainesville City Council for the opportunity to evaluate a long-term arrangement for the university to lease the Georgia Mountains Center as part of its expansion plans. With the council’s approval of a memorandum of understanding between the city and Brenau, the university will in its planning consider the Mountains Center [...]
Originally published on 9/09/09 Atlanta author Kathryn Stockett, whose novel, The Help, was No. 3 on the New York Times Best-seller List before settling into 4thplace this week, will appear at Brenau University on Wednesday, Sept. 23, for a special meeting with first-year students and for a public reading at 7:30 p.m. in Hosch Theatre [...]
Originally published on 9/18/09 The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International and Brenau University will celebrate the “Year of the Gorilla” this fall with a series of lectures, seminars and other events, all geared toward understanding the work of preserving endangered species and related critical conservation issues. The events begin Monday, Sept. 21, at 4 p.m. [...]
Originally published on 10/01/09 Brenau University will host a special program Thursday, Oct. 8, honoring the late artist Robert Rauschenberg and showcasing the exhibit of his work that is on public display through Nov. 1. The event will feature a retrospective of Rauschenberg’s work by Dr. Susan Richmond, assistant professor of art history at Georgia [...]
Originally published on 10/14/09 Tori Fobb is a 22 year-old from Snellville, Georgia. In the fall of 2007, she transferred to Brenau and played two years for the Golden Tigers Softball Team. During that time, she served as captain of her team and earned many awards for her outstanding sportsmanship and character both on and [...]
Originally published on 10/28/09 This Halloween Gainesville, Ga., takes the place of Grover’s Mill, N.J., as “the voice of Brenau University,” WBCX-FM (89.1) broadcasts an updated version of the classic radio drama “The War of the Worlds,” the 1938 program headed by Orson Welles that was so believable that it created a minor panic in [...]