Hendersonville Campus

PA
 
On October 18, 2012, Wingate University announced they have received approval from The Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA) to begin the Physician Assistant Program at their Hendersonville Campus.

This highly competitive synchronous distance education PA program will enter its first class in August 2013. Currently Wingate has several PA students on clinical rotations in Western N.C. and looks forward to extending affiliations with local hospitals as well as engaging physicians and mid-level providers throughout the area in the education of our PA students.

The Wingate PA program entered the first class in 2008. The majority of graduates have accepted jobs in N.C., most in the greater Charlotte area.
 
Wingate University-Hendersonville
220 Fifth Avenue East
Hendersonville, NC 28792
828-697-0105
 

 

Pharmacy
 
The Wingate University School of Pharmacy began offering classes in Hendersonville in August 2011. Wingate University School of Pharmacy is nationally recognized as a leader in the education of pharmacists. The school reaches this goal by providing a student-centered environment that facilitates critical thinking and problem-solving skills, scholarly inquiry and service to the institution, the profession and the community.  The graduating class of 2012 achieved 100% pass rate on national licensing exam.
 
Wingate University-Hendersonville
220 Fifth Avenue East
Hendersonville, NC 28792
828-697-0105
MBA
 
Wingate University launched its Hendersonville MBA Program during 2011. Serving the Asheville and Hendersonville region of western North Carolina, the Hendersonville MBA is a part-time evening program geared for working professionals seeking to go to the next level in their careers. Classes are offered during weekday evenings. If you are searching for an Asheville MBA program or Hendersonville MBA program, make sure to check out Wingate University's Hendersonville MBA Program.   
 
The Hendersonville MBA Program is in the form of a cohort, lock-step program, which means that a group, or “cohort”, of students begins and sequences through the program together, typically taking two MBA classes each semester. We are now accepting applications for our next student cohort that will start classes in the summer and fall of 2014.
 
Mark G. Bryant, Director of MBA Program 
980-359-1031