Minors

Explore Brewton-Parker’s Minor Programs

Brewton-Parker College seeks excellence in all things, but especially in academic instruction. With more than 15 minors to choose from, students currently seeking an undergraduate degree who wish to do so may add a minor to their major program of study. Minors may be declared as early as the freshmen year, but it is best to discuss the addition of a minor with their assigned advisor. BPC students can expect small, individualized classes with an 18:1 student-faculty ratio, taught by professors who desire to see them succeed.

Division of Business

Division of Christian Studies and Humanities

Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

Division of Business

Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

Division of Christian Studies and Humanities

Division of Christian Studies and Humanities

Division of Business

Division of Business

Division of Christian Studies and Humanities

Division of Christian Studies and Humanities

Division of Education and Behavioral Sciences

Division of Education and Behavioral Sciences

Division of Christian Studies and Humanities

Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

Division of Christian Studies and Humanities

Division of Business

Division of Christian Studies and Humanities

Division of Education and Behavioral Sciences

Carl Anthony “Tony” Wardlaw – For over 25 years, Dr. Wardlaw has worked in leadership, counseling, and pastoring. Beginning with working in middle management for a manufacturing company in Douglas, GA, Dr. Wardlaw has also worked in the academic, nonprofit, public, and private sectors. Additionally, he served over 7 years in the United States Military as a Military Intelligence Officer before resigning his commission as a Captain in the Army. Currently serving as the Assistant Director of the Student Enrichment Center, Student Success Coach, and Adjunct Faculty at Brewton-Parker College in Mount Vernon, GA, he also serves as the Pastor of The Green Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Dublin, GA. As a member of the renowned International Gospel Singing Group, The Wardlaw Brothers, Dr. Wardlaw has traveled all over the nation and abroad ministering and singing the Gospel of Christ Jesus. Dr. Wardlaw has served as a consultant for various agencies and has worked as a Fatherhood Coordinator and G.E.D. instructor within the Technical College System of Georgia and participates in local and national civic and philanthropic work. Dr. Wardlaw holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in International Business from the University of Georgia, two master's degrees from Troy University (Master of Science in Clinical Counseling and Psychology and Master of Education in Counseling), and a Doctorate in Education from Argosy University in Organizational Leadership. Dr. Wardlaw is a Lifetime Silver Member of The NAACP and a member of The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. He is happily married to the former Mrs. Stephanie Scott. They have 3 Children; Chambria, Marc, and Carleigh.
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