Randolph Community College Program
Salem College offers its Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) program through the University Center of Randolph County at Randolph Community College’s Asheboro Campus. Salem has been piloting the program in Randolph County since August 2008. In 2013, seven individuals earned the BSBA from Salem College and are now on their way to improving future opportunities. [Do we have the number of graduates since 2008?]
Simply put, the four-year business administration degree is now attainable in Randolph County. There is no need to relocate, and most students complete the degree while maintaining full-time work hours. Students can begin the four-year program at RCC or enroll in the degree completion program by transfer or re-entry from another school. Faculty from Salem and RCC provide instruction, and many classes are offered during evening hours.
Many women and men consider going back to school and earning a degree, but they often put aside their dreams because of time and money. The Fleer Center for Adult Education at Salem College helps students overcome these barriers. Personalized care, financial aid, outstanding faculty and a flexible program contribute toward making this educational dream a reality. These individuals are ready to provide guidance along the way:
Suzanne Williams, Dean of the Martha H. Fleer Center
Jan Carey, Admission Counselor/Academic Advisor
Clark Adams, English/communications instructor for RCC and liaison for the Salem College BSBA degree program
Ron Cardwell, Assistant Professor of Accounting
Anne Donovan C'08, Administrative Assistant
Salem@RCC business administration students are an important part of our Fleer Center/Salem community. It is our goal that every student succeeds at Salem, graduates from Salem, and goes out into a career or graduate studies well prepared to represent us as outstanding Salem College Alumnae/i.