At Arkansas Baptist College, we offer a variety of academic programs through the Division of Arts and Sciences, Division of Business, and Division of Religious Studies and Urban Community Leadership. No matter which program of study you pursue, you may be surprised at the wide array of career paths available to you with your degree.
According to the National Center for Educational Statistics, business administration is the most popular degree in the United States. One of the main reasons for this is the versatility of a business administration degree. From human resources to sales, every department in most companies would benefit from someone with an understanding of business administration. With a business administration degree from a historically black university, you could choose any of the following careers:
Our Division of Business can help you tailor your plan of study to prepare you for your individual career goals. Whether you want to start your own business or manage professional athletes, a business administration degree from Arkansas Baptist College can open the door.
It is a common misconception that a degree in the arts is just for artists. One of the unique programs of study we offer at Arkansas Business College is the Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance. Yet, even within this specialized degree, there are opportunities for multiple career paths. The pursuit of a degree in the arts involves an exploration of the creative process. Nearly all occupations require the ability to think creatively. Here are just a few of the jobs you can consider with a degree in the arts:
The Fine and Performing Arts Department at Arkansas Baptist College prepares our graduates for professional careers in the arts and beyond.
At Arkansas Baptist College, our Religious Studies Department offers degrees in Religious Studies, Christian Leadership, and African American Community Leadership. After graduating with a degree from the Department of Religious Studies, you could pursue any of the following careers:
If you are interested in a Religious Studies degree, one of the many benefits of the HBCU experience is the opportunity to explore Christian African American history and experiences.
Wherever your degree takes you when you graduate from Arkansas Baptist College, you have the support of a vibrant alumni community to help you achieve your career goals. If you would like to learn more about attending Arkansas Baptist College, we would love to hear from you. Contact us today online or by calling (877) 643-5390.