Mississippi College

Bachelor of Science In Nursing

The 30-credit hour BSN program provides meaningful learning opportunities with flexibility in scheduling and clinical experiences that allows the student to continue employment while pursuing their degree. In order to be admitted student must already have an Associates Degree in Nursing. Admission for this program begins in the summer and classes are offered in the traditional semester format. The program is designed so that working nurses can earn in one years time, their Bachelor of Nursing. 

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Bachelor of Science In Business Administration 

The objective of our business administration courses is to challenge students by providing a quality education that results in a professional career in business administration. The program is offered in the accelerated format can be completed fully online or by attending courses on our Clinton campus. 

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Bachelor of Science In Communication 

The Bachelor of Science in Communication is a highly interdisciplinary concentration that prepares students for careers in public relations consulting, political campaign management and for graduate programs ranging from law school to seminary. The program is offered in the accelerated format can be completed fully online or by attending courses on our Clinton campus. 

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Bachelor of Science In Paralegal Studies 

The Bachelor of Science in Paralegal teaches students skills that are valuable in a wide variety of jobs in business and give prospective law students more confidence and job skills to work as paralegals while they are enrolled in law school. This program is offered in the traditional semester format. 

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Bachelor of Science In Homeland Security 

The Bachelor of Science degree in Homeland Security is offered by the Department of History and Political Science to prepare individuals for professional positions in homeland security. This program is offered in the traditional semester format. 

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Bachelor of Science In Loss Prevention 

The Bachelor of Science degree in Loss Prevention is offered by the Department of History and Political Science to prepare individuals for professional positions in Loss Prevention. This program is offered in the traditional semester format. 

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Master of Science In Higher Education Administration 

This 31-credit hour program is designed to assist current and future professionals who seek administrative opportunities in the exciting and rewarding field of higher education.

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Master of Science In Applied Communication (Generalist) 

The M.S. in Applied Communication is designed for students who wish to pursue a graduate degree in communication for enhanced career opportunities or in preparation for doctoral academic work. This program is offered in an 8-week accelerated format. 

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Master of Science Professional Communication In Health Services Administration 

The M.S. in Applied Communication is designed for students who wish to pursue a graduate degree in communication for enhanced career opportunities or in preparation for doctoral academic work. This program is offered in an 8-week accelerated format. 

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Master of Science Professional Communication In Sports 

The M.S. in Applied Communication is designed for students who wish to pursue a graduate degree in communication for enhanced career opportunities or in preparation for doctoral academic work. The sports media concentration will focus equally on public relations in college athletics, sports broadcasting, and sports writing.

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Master of Health Services Administration 

The 30-credit hour MHSA degree is designed for the individual employed in the health care field who wishes to pursue a program of graduate study in middle-level health care administration.

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Master of Teaching Arts 

This program has been designed to enable candidates to seek Mississippi Alternative Route Licensure with either an Elementary (grades 4-8) or Secondary (7-12/K-12 music and art) concentration.  The elementary 4-8 program is a 33 semester hour program.  The secondary 7-12/K-12 options are all 30 hour programs.

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Master of Science In Athletic Administration 

This degree program is designed for those who wish to work in the administrative areas of athletics either a college or secondary school. This program is a 37 hour master’s degree to be completed over a two-year cycle. The program consists of a concentration option in either Interscholastic or Intercollegiate Athletic Administration. This program includes a four hour practicum experience in lieu of a thesis.

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Master of Social Science In Homeland Security 

The objective of the Master of Social Sciences degree is to offer a program for students interested in course work in the social sciences rather than in research. The thesis is not required. The student's advisor will be the head of the department of the major or otherwise assigned. Depending upon options selected, the Master of Social Sciences degree program requires thirty or thirty-six graduate hours beyond the baccalaureate degree.

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Master of Social Science In Loss Prevention 

The objective of the Master of Social Sciences degree is to offer a program for students interested in course work in the social sciences rather than in research. The thesis is not required. The student's advisor will be the head of the department of the major or otherwise assigned. Depending upon options selected, the Master of Social Sciences degree program requires thirty or thirty-six graduate hours beyond the baccalaureate degree.

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Post-Baccalaureate Paralegal Studies Certificate 

A 27-hour certificate in Paralegal Studies is available to the student who already has a baccalaureate degree. Students need above-average writing skills. All students must pass ENG 099 - Writing Proficiency Exam during their first semester. Those who do not pass the Writing Proficiency Examination must take  ENG 299 - Composition Skills the following semester.

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Homeland Security Certificate 

A 21 hour certificate in Homeland Security is available to individuals who have graduated from high school or who have passed a GED equivalency exam. A minimum of 15 semester hours in the certificate program must be completed at Mississippi College. Acceptable transfer credit must be at or above a C. Students must make a C or better in all required classes taken at Mississippi College to graduate with a Certificate in Homeland Security.

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Loss Prevention Certificate 

A 21 hour certificate in Loss Prevention is available to individuals who have graduated from high school or who have passed a GED equivalency exam. A minimum of 15 semester hours in the certificate program must be completed at Mississippi College. Acceptable transfer credit must be at or above a C. Students must make a C or better in all required classes taken at Mississippi College to graduate with a Certificate in Homeland Security.

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