Students attending Paine College may earn a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the Department of Business in the School of Professional Studies or Bachelor of Arts in the Department of Social Sciences in Sociology from the School of Arts and Sciences. Click here to view courses offered
The Center for Advanced Professional Studies offers the following Bachelor Degrees and Certificates:
BS in Business Administration with an emphasis in one of the following areas:
- International Business
BA in Sociology with an emphasis in one of the following areas:
- Social Psychology
- General Sociology
BA in Psychology with an emphasis in one of the following areas:
- General Psychology
- Experimental Psychology
BA in Religion
These areas along with others provide common curriculum and other support courses. A Common Curriculum consisting of 56 or 58 credit hours of general courses is required for all majors. Some courses in Business Administration and Education as well as required laboratory courses are not offered at Fort Gordon and must be taken at the main campus.
The Online Program allows students to enroll in the common curriculum courses that are taught online via the Internet. There are as many as 22 common curriculum courses to select from the online program. Students taking online courses are required to have a personal computer or laptop. Degree seeking students can take available online courses exclusively or in combination with face-to-face classes as long as they are enrolled at Paine College. Click here for help with Blackboard.
The academic year is divided into six periods: Fall I, Fall II, Spring I, Spring II, Summer, and Intersession. Fall I, Fall II, Spring I, and Spring II are all eight week courses. Students may enter the College at the beginning of either term. Online classes during the summer are conducted for a six week period. Intersession is held for four weeks. Additional condensed schedules may also be available in certain areas. For details, consult course schedules. Subject to change.