Division of Business

General Learning Goals:

Overview

Brewton-Parker College’s Division of Business works within the institution’s mission of offering an undergraduate education that is committed to academic excellence. Faculty members in the Division of Business uphold the College’s historical tenets of connecting the liberal arts with the Christian faith to recognize the goal of nurturing and developing the whole student in a caring, Christian community. The mission of the division is to collaboratively deliver innovative learning experiences, promote active learning, and develop future business leaders for the global community.

Programs of Study

Look through our programs and find the fit that’s right for you.

With our robust core educational program, by the time you earn your degree at BPC, you will have gained the overall knowledge, skills, and values associated with a Christian liberal arts education. Successful graduates earning a B.B.A. will:

Possess effective and professional communication skills

Be competent and professional communication skills.

Be socially responsible citizens

Be proficient in the use of current business technology

Department Faculty

Lynn Addison

Associate Professor of Business

Toni Banks

Interim Division Chair,
Assistant Professor of Business

Keith Barr

Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Health and Wellness Management

Tara Fletcher

Instructor of Business

Vance Newgard

Assistant Professor of Health
and Human Performance

Dr. Nicole Shepard

Assistant Professor of Business

Student Opportunities

Make connections, learn in a real world environment, and earn college credit all at the same time! Locally, we have had students previously work with BPC; VNS; Mclain, Calhoun, McCullough, Clark & Co., PC; and Montgomery County’s City Hall. Many of our students even complete their internships in their hometowns!

If you are interested in an internship, please contact your advisor or Dr. Nicole Shepard at nshepard@bpc.edu.

Rotaract club is a group of young leaders who exist to develop innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges. This club brings together people ages 18 and older to exchange ideas with leaders in the community, develop leadership and professional skills, and have fun through service.

If you would like more information about Rotaract Club, please contact Chad Ritchie at critchie@bpc.edu.

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