Cody Bailey Graduates From Bethel University

Friday, May 23, 2014
Cody Bailey
Cody Bailey

Lafayette resident Cody Bailey graduated from Bethel University with a bachelor’s degree in Management and Organizational Development this month. The son of Richard and Susan Bailey, Mr. Bailey is employed at Bailey Plumbing and Mechanical Company.

Bethel University is one of the oldest institutions of higher learning in the state of Tennessee. Adult learners can choose to earn a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership completely online, or attend classes one night per week at the new campus toward a degree in Management and Organizational Development. Bethel’s award-winning MBA Program is the fastest-growing of its kind in the state. New classes begin every month, and financial aid is available. All programs are accredited by SACS, and active-duty military and veterans may qualify for reduced tuition. 

Bethel University’s Chattanooga campus is at 735 Broad St., Ste. 107. For more information, call the local Bethel University campus at 756-1110, or log on to BethelSUCCESS.net



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