Asbury University - Master's Degree
Asbury College was established in 1890 by John Wesley Hughes in Wilmore, Kentucky. It was originally called the Kentucky Holiness College, but was later renamed after Bishop Francis Asbury, the "Father of American Methodism" and a circuit-riding evangelist. Students studying at Asbury come from 44 states and 15 countries. The university offers master's degrees in education and alternative certification programs. Asbury has a large general education requirement that ranges from 39–57 semester hours.
- Minimum GPA 4.00