Learn more about how to get a four-year degree from UNC Pembroke in Richmond County.
There will be an information session about UNCP’s Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS) program Richmond Community College’s Lee Building lobby on Tuesday, Oct. 16 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
For students whose original goal in community college was an Associate in Applied Science degree that same degree can be your passport to a four-year degree.
There are three options at Richmond Community College’s through evening classes:
• The BIS in Applied Professional Studies (specialization in office administration)
• The BIS in Criminal Justice (specialization in sociology)
• The BIS in Public and Non-Profit Administration (general studies)
UNC Pembroke’s BIS ONLINE program provides these additional options:
• The BIS in Applied Professional Studies (specializations in Advertising, Economic Development, or Financial Administration)
• The BIS in Applied Information Technology (specialization in operations management)
• The BIS in Criminal Justice (specializations in applied information technology)
• The BIS in Public and Non-Profit Administration (specialization in financial administration)
For more information contact James W. Robinson, director, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies, UNC Pembroke, at 910-521-6472 or BIS@UNCP.EDU.