Saint Paul’s College offers the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science. Students who plan to enter teaching in the elementary and secondary schools as a career or who plan to prepare for college teaching, law, medicine, nursing, allied health, social work, or theology, should register for either the degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science. The College reserves the right to alter its curricula, degree and graduation requirements when to do so serves the best purposes of the College. Students should see their academic department chairperson or academic advisor to inquire about program changes.
At Saint Paul’s College a certain core of key courses in each program has been identified as “THE MAJOR.” It is designed to provide for the student the essential knowledge relative to the program. “THE MAJOR” is decided upon by the faculty of each program and therefore varies in terms of semester hours.
However, courses in “THE MAJOR” must be completed with a grade of “C” or better for a student to graduate from the program. Please refer to the College Bulletin for degree major requirements and course descriptions.
Bachelor of Arts:
- Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Science:
- *Business Administration (concentrations are available in General Business Administration, Management, and Marketing)
- Computer Science
- **General Studies
*These majors may be taken along with thirty-four credit hours in professional education to allow graduation with an education endorsement at the secondary level. This requirement is subject to change based on state and federal requirements.
**This major may be taken along with thirty-four credit hours in professional education to allow graduation with an endorsement in PreK-6 Education or Special Education. This requirement is subject to change based on state and federal requirements.