Greetings from Academic Affairs!
Stillman confers the Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Science degrees. The regular academic program is arranged into two required components—the general education curriculum and the major field curriculum. A student spends roughly two years on each component while matriculating at the College for a bachelor’s degree. The courses of study are grouped into three divisions of instruction that include a total of nine departments.
Upon matriculation at Stillman, all students must declare an area of interest or a major. Students transferring from other colleges or universities must declare a major upon matriculation. All students must apply for a major in the desired department by the beginning of the second year of matriculation. A major consists of a minimum of 30 hours. The other hours may be devoted to courses in a related area, chosen under the guidance of the faculty advisor.
Majors offered at Stillman are as follows:
3. Business Administration
4. Elementary Education
6. General Studies
7. Health and Physical Education
At Stillman, students develop holistically inside and outside the classroom, through a variety of on and off-campus cultural, intellectual, spiritual, and social activities. All-faculty advising and comprehensive tutorial assistance at all levels support students' desire for academic success.
Stillman is "a private college with a public mission that has a record of preparing students for careers, leadership, and life-long learning.
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