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"Through the Salem College program, I was able to save money and time, maintain my current job, stay close to friends and family, and not have to pay room and board." - Justin Henderson, 2012 Salem College Graduate

"The night classes are great for students who work full time like I do." - Portia Moffitt, 2012 Salem College Graduate

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Read about the graduates here:

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INFORMATION SESSIONS

Stay tuned for more information on upcoming information sessions for the Salem College Business Administration degree program.

Information Sessions!

October 17, 2013
12-1 p.m. or 6-7 p.m.
RCC Foundation Conference Center

Contact Clark Adams at (336) 633-0238 or wcadams@randolph.edu to reserve your seat!

Fall 2013 Classes

Courses Expected to be offered at RCC in fall 2013
(8/28/2013-12/16/2013)


For official details for these courses, click here and choose the "Interactive Course Schedule." Enter the appropriate Session/Year/Department and click on "Get Schedule." Courses offered at RCC will be identified in bold under the course title.

Salem College - Business Administration

Need better job prospects or more job security? Are you looking for personal achievement? Then join our Business and Economics classes offered by Salem College at The University Center of Randolph County. Affordable and convenient, these classes will get you started on a four-year business degree track or enhance your existing coursework. Plus, you get the benefit of excellent faculty and Salem College's nearly 250 years of experience in education.

Both male and female students are eligible to enroll in Salem College's BSBA program on Randolph Community College's campus. You will receive a strong pre-professional preparation and a firm foundation in the liberal arts. Interdisciplinary in nature, the business major includes courses in economics, business law, management, finance, ethics, marketing and accounting. Enhance your career by adding to your education. It's a great time to invest in yourself!

The Salem College bachelor's degree in Business Administration is a 4-year degree offered on Randolph Community College's campus through Salem College. The program began in the fall of 2008 as part of Randolph Community College's University Center of Randolph County. The general education courses are offered through Randolph Community College while Salem College offers the major courses and grants the bachelor's degree. Students must complete a total of 36 courses in order to obtain the degree. A maximum of 18 courses can be transferred into the program from a North Carolina Community College. An additional 8 courses can be transferred from a 4-year institution. Students must take 10 courses from Salem College of which 7 must be in the major. The 18 transferable courses can come from other colleges or can be taken at Randolph Community College. The RCC classes are taught day, evening or online at RCC tuition rates. Salem College's classes are typically held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings on Randolph Community College's Asheboro Campus. Six classes will be offered in Spring 2013.

If you are interested in pursuing the bachelor's in Business Administration degree through Salem College, be sure to follow the application process through Salem.

From the 2013-2014 Salem College Catalog, pp. 20-21:

Salem College offers a degree-completion program on the campus of Randolph Community College (RCC) in Asheboro, NC. Salem currently offers the bachelor of science in business administration (B.S.B.A.); students may major in business administration with concentrations in accounting, finance, marketing, or general business. In order to be considered for admission, students must have completed at least 2 semesters and at least 12 semester hours of coursework at RCC towards the Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, or Associate in General Education degree, and have a cumulative GPA of at least a 2.0; at least one college-level algebra and one college-level English composition course are strongly recommended. Applicants with a completed A.A. or A.S. degree from a North Carolina Community College may be admitted to Salem's degree completion program without first being admitted to RCC. Applicants are exempt from the age requirement for Fleer students on the main campus. Major courses and upper-division general education courses are offered by Salem College instructors at the RCC facility. Transferability of course credits is governed by the Transfer Credit Policy published later in this section. The core course requirements for the degree and the major are the same as those for students attending on the main campus. Students admitted to the degree-completion program are fully admitted as students in the Martha H. Fleer Center for Adult Education, and they have full access to the technology, library and support resources on the Main Salem campus, as well as at RCC.

You may enroll in the RCC general education classes while you are taking the Salem College classes. You will not receive your 4-year degree until you have completed both the RCC and Salem College requirements.

TALK WITH US!!

If you want your four-year degree, please talk with us before you conclude that "now is not the time." Contact Clark Adams at Randolph Community College at 336-633-0238.

NEW STUDENTS: If you are just beginning your college career, we will provide you with an academic plan that covers your first and second year courses at RCC and your third and fourth year courses through Salem College. You will be able to estimate the total investment of time and money necessary to realize your dream.

Most adult Salem graduates tell us they wish they had pursued their degree much earlier. Do not fall into the twin traps of misperception and misinformation. Let us help you avoid missed opportunities--talk with us.

TRANSFER STUDENTS: If you are continuing your pursuit of your degree, we will provide you with a personalized academic plan that will give you the maximum allowable credit for your prior work. You will be able to estimate the remaining investment of time and money necessary to complete your academic goals. The documents in the links to the left provide further information about the program and courses required to complete the degree. See Clark Adams (Salem College Liaison) at Randolph Community College for more information or contact Dr. Ron Cardwell of Salem College through the "Contact Us" link to the left.

APPLY NOW To Salem College. Here you will find an application form by clicking on the "Apply" link at the top right corner of the page under Fleer Center. You can print a hard copy of the application or complete it online.