Whether you are seeking a promotion in your current job or are ready to start the business you have always dreamed about, Paul Quinn’s new bachelor’s degree-completion program will give you the skills you need to succeed. We offer both foundation courses in a variety of business specializations and majors in two areas: entrepreneurship and management.
Benefits of an online degree:
- Take all of your courses online at a pace and on a schedule that is the most convenient for you. There are no classroom sessions to attend.
- Select from three start dates: May, August or October.
- Choose your path — entrepreneurship or management.
- Complete an internship and final project that will help you right away.
Welcome to Paul Quinn College and the Quinnite Nation!
You are joining us during an extraordinary time in our history. In the last three years, we have been named “HBCU of the Year” and received acclaim as having the best HBCU Business program in America. We have been praised by HBCU Digest, The Huffington Post, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and The Wall Street Journal. Additionally, The New York Times has hailed us as an “emerging national and community leader.”
We are building on this success by now adding a new online bachelor’s degree-completion program to serve students who crave knowledge and opportunity, but require flexibility. The program brings our award-winning business curriculum to you—regardless of location.
This new program gives you the ability to participate in what makes Paul Quinn special, regardless of where you live or work. You will be engaged in strong academic courses, with business leaders and experts as your professors; have ready access to personalized admissions and academic advising; receive dedicated coaching; and benefit from our dedication to seeing that you are employed full time at the end of your time with us.
I look forward to handing you your degree and watching you walk across the stage—proud, prepared, and ready to assume your place as one of the titans of business.
Take care and we will see you soon.
President Michael J. Sorrell