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Business | Christian Studies

Convenient. Affordable. Accelerated.

Our online programs will provide you with the flexibility that will fit your busy life. In addition, you will find a quality, Christian based education that will transform your life.

Bachelor of Business Administration

Our Business Administration Degree offers an undergraduate education that is committed to academic excellence. Faculty members 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.
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The Division of Business faculty is proud to offer a comprehensive program:

  • Designed to meet the needs and aspirations of a variety of students through its fundamental core classes and four areas of concentration
  • Offers the most flexibility, allowing students to get a solid business foundation with a concentration in any academic division.
  • Combines with other majors that are tailored to more specific concentrations in business related fields
  • May be pursued not only at the college’s Mount Vernon campus, but also online.
  • Many of our business courses are offered online and web-enhanced

Potential Careers:

  • Certified Public Accountant
  • Middle Management
  • Information Systems Management
  • Information Technology Management
  • Entrepreneur
  • Sports Management
  • Athletic Trainer
  • Physical Therapist
  • Coaching
  • Recreation Department Director
  • Personal Trainer
  • Manager – Sports Facility

Bachelor of Arts in Christian Studies

The Christian Studies degree at Brewton-Parker College is designed for individuals who sense a call to Christian ministry and who desire training in sharing, defending, and applying the gospel and their Christian faith to the larger community and contemporary culture.  Our graduates pursue God’s calling in a variety of careers.
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With an online version of the degree available, the opportunity to prepare for Christian ministry without leaving the context of current employment, the obligations of family, or simply the comfort of home is an option well worth considering.

The Bible says: “Study to show thyself approved unto God” (2 Timothy 2:15). The Christian Studies degree is designed to help us fulfill Scripture’s command.  Whether your desire is to serve the Lord at a church or Christian organization, to prepare for further studies at the seminary and graduate school level, or merely to deepen your own personal discipleship and walk with the Lord, this degree will give you a solid intellectual and spiritual foundation. Offering a wide range of courses in Old and New Testament, theology, worship, church history, and Christian ministry, learning and growing in Christ is what the Christian Studies degree is all about!

Potential Careers:

  • Pastor
  • Missionary
  • Youth Minister
  • Worship Leader
  • Children’s Minister
  • Christian Counselor
  • Church Planter
  • Education Minister
  • Bible Teacher
  • Evangelist
  • Campus Minister
  • Bi-vocational Minister

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Application Process

The steps below will guide you through the process and your counselor is here to help you every step of the way.  If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us by calling 912-583-3265 or emailing admissions@bpc.edu.

Step 1: Complete your Application

You will be asked to create an account with your email address and a password of your choosing in order to fill out your application. Please keep this information so you can check the status of your application at any time. If you have any questions or concerns, please call the Office of Admissions @ 912-583-3265.

Step 2: Pay your Application Fee

 The application fee is #35. You will be asked to pay this fee by credit card before you are able to submit your application. BPC uses PayPal as our payment vendor. If you have any questions, please contact us at admissions@bpc.edu or (912) 583-3265.

Step 3: Send us your Academic Information

In order for you to receive an admissions decision you must complete your file.  You can log-in to your admissions account at any time and see what you are missing.

Items needed to complete your file may include but are not limited to the following:

  • High School Transcript
  • SAT or ACT Test Scores  [SAT code: 5068 | ACT code: 0801]
  • All College Transcripts

We accept electronic transcripts from most vendors. Please use admissions@bpc.edu as the recipient email address.

All documents may also be mailed to the following address:

Brewton-Parker College
Office of Admissions
P.O. Box 197
Mount Vernon, GA 30445
Fax: 912-583-3598

Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I order my textbooks?
Textbook adoptions may be found on our virtual bookstore website provided by MBSDirect: https://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/vbm/vb_home.php?FVCUSNO=37681&url=bpc.htm  Textbooks are generally available one month prior to the start of the semester.
What are the computer requirements for students to take online classes?
Students will need to have a Windows computer with Windows 7, 8, 8.1 or 10.  Or, a Mac computer with Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks, Yosemite, El Capitan, Sierra and/or High Sierra.

Chromebooks are not recommended due to the limited functionality offered by Chrome OS.

When and how often do I need to be online for class?
When you log in to your class and for how long is entirely up to you.   This flexibility allows you to schedule your school work around your life rather than schedule your life around your school work.   As long as you meet the deadlines for your coursework for a particular week you have the flexibility to log on and complete your work at any time.  For an eight-week course, a student can expect to spend four to eight hours per credit hour a week studying and doing class work.
How do I apply for admission to the Brewton-Parker College online program?
We work very hard to make the admissions process simple for you.   You can apply online at the following link: www.bpc.edu/apply 

Once you apply online, you will work with our online admissions counselor to submit any additional information we may need such as high school and college transcripts.   If you have previous college work, we will request those transcripts for you and even pay to have the transcripts sent to us.

How fast can I complete my degree?
Classes are set up in eight week sessions, typically students will take two courses during each eight week session.   How quickly you can complete your degree will vary depending on different factors such as amount of college work you have previously taken and the number of courses you feel like you can take during each term.
When is the next start date?
Classes are offered in eight week sessions.  Please contact our online admissions staff to check on when the next start date will be.