Bevill State Community College is a community where students are exposed to excellent teaching that fosters critical thinking and problem solving techniques. We offer a wide choice of courses and programs available to students which assist them in the achievement of their educational goals. In the Bevill State Community College Academic path, you can earn an associates degree while starting a four-year college plan. We want to ensure your success!
Please take time to review our academic information and contact us if you have any questions.
Students seeking to continue onto higher education after achieving an Associates degree from Bevill State, should become familiar with STARS, which provides very specific information about the requirements in each subject area for a given transfer institution.
The STARS web site provides students with the ability to print a transfer guide for his/her major and enter into a binding contract with the transfer institution in his/her program of study. The contract is not binding on the student, but is binding on the transfer institution, provided that the student does not change majors and takes the courses listed on the transfer guides.
Course offerings at Alabama Community Colleges and their transfer equivalency are determined by the Alabama General Studies Committee (AGSC). Academic transfer courses are divided into 3 groups according to their transfer status.
Code A - Common core course
AREA I-IV: 41 Hours
Code B - Major/Minor fields of study
AREA V: AREA V
Code C - Additional major courses which may not be transferable
Bevill State Community College and the University of Mississippi at Tupelo have entered into a partnership to help Bevill State graduates transfer into a bachelor’s degree program at UM-Tupelo. The partnership ensures that previously earned academic coursework at Bevill State transfers to a UM bachelor’s degree program. Among the programs available to graduates include: Accountancy, Business, Criminal Justice, Education, General Studies, Liberal Studies, Paralegal Studies, and Social Work.
Athens State University and Bevill State have a long history of partnering to produce excellent teachers, and we strive to make your transition from Bevill State to Athens as seamless as possible. We will work together to make sure you become someone's favorite teacher. For more information on the Educational degrees at Athens State visit www.athens.edu/education.
Athens State Courses Offered at Bevill State
The Huntingdon College Evening Bachelors Program is a convenient, accelerated program designed for working professionals interested in increasing their chances for employment, adults interested in re-entering the workplace, and community college students interested in earning a bachelor’s degree. The classes are offered one night a week in five-week sessions with three five-week sessions per semester. Once completed, the student receives a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Management.
The program is offered under the W. James Samford, Jr. School of Business and Professional Studies. There is no charge to apply for the program. Admission to the program requires at least 30 to 45 hours of transferable credit earned at an accredited institution; a 2.0 cumulative GPA in course work completed.
Tuition is $265.00 per credit hour and the program is Pell Grant eligible. Prospective students may apply for admission anytime and may start courses at the beginning of any five-week session. The first session at Bevill is scheduled to begin this August.
For more information on the Huntingdon program offered at Bevill State Community College contact Huntingdon College Evening Studies at (334) 833-4518/toll free (866) 806-8715 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The degrees listed in the right-hand menu can be attained completely through online learning. We have provided information on these programs and other resources to help you be successful. Please take time to review our information and contact us, if you have any questions.