Education and Behavioral Sciences

Sisyphus No More – An Academic Book by BPC Professor of Social Sciences

By Evan RiekhofBPC Marketing Coordinator  casinodeguide website   MOUNT VERNON — Brewton-Parker College’s (BPC) Associate Professor of Social Sciences and Director of Prison Programs, Dr. Roger C. Byrd, will have an academic book published by Rowman and Littlefield on December 15, 2020. Dr. Byrd’s upcoming book, entitled Sisyphus No More: The Case for Prison Education, …

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Brewton-Parker College Now Offers Two Degree Programs Completely Online: Bachelors of Business Administration and Bachelors of Arts in Christian Studies

  By Emma Hamilton External Programs Admissions Counselor MOUNT-VERNON – Brewton-Parker College now offers two degree programs completely online: a Bachelors of Business Administration and a Bachelors of Arts in Christian Studies. Online education through BPC affords a variety of individuals the ability to create an accommodating schedule without affecting their work, family, and social …

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Brewton-Parker College partners with NOBTS to offer accelerated Master of Divinity program to students

By Evan Riekhof – Marketing Coordinator MOUNT VERNON – Brewton-Parker College (BPC) President Dr. Steve Echols signed an articulation agreement earlier this academic year with New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (NOBTS) President Dr. Jamie Dew. This articulation agreement was created to help students in BPC’s Christian Studies program save time and money as they work toward …

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BPC professors spotted in local pig ring

By Dr. Amanda Wrenn Allen MOUNT VERNON— Saturday, February 16, 2019 several Brewton-Parker Faculty members supported students at the Montgomery County Livestock Show. The show featured several Montgomery High School students who are also duel enrollment students at Brewton-Parker: both Stella Fulford and Darby Connell showed pigs while Kierston Coleman volunteered at the concession stand. …

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