Students who successfully complete each course offered during the seven semesters will graduate May 2016 with an Associate of Arts with a concentration in business administration.
The classes are scheduled to begin March 11.
“We are pleased to offer this evening program for students who want face-to-face instruction, but because of daytime obligations, may have found it difficult to attend or complete their college education,” said Dr. Tonya Strickland, Bainbridge State’s vice president for Academic Affairs. “We encourage students to apply immediately because we’re also offering free remediation to students who may need to jumpstart their college-level skills before courses begin March 11.”
The majority of the courses for the program will be delivered in a hybrid format, where students will meet with their instructor and classmates twice a week and will also interact with them online during the week through the College’s GeorgiaVIEW.
All face-to-face class meetings will be scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. or later each semester. All the classes will be held on the Bainbridge State Main Campus.
For more information, contact Bainbridge State College’s Student Services office at (229) 248-2520, or go to www.bainbridge.edu.