Pensacola State College offers many programs completely online. However, before registering for your first course in any of the programs listed below, we highly recommend that you contact the relevant academic department head to discuss the finer details that might affect your decision to enroll.
This program is designed to provide the education and skill development to prepare the students for entry-level employment in accounting or bookkeeping, or to provide supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in these areas. The knowledge and training acquired in this program can also be applied to many other managerial or supervisory positions in business and government. Students should consult a business adviser when choosing electives. Details.
Accounting Technology Management
This program is designed to provide accounting coursework over a two-year span leading to a certificate in Accounting. Details.
This program is designed to provide the first two years of a four-year university program leading to a baccalaureate degree in Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Management, or Marketing. However, the student who desires to postpone pursuit of a bachelor’s degree will have acquired sufficient knowledge and skill upon completion of this two-year program to be ready for employment. Details.
This program is designed to provide a foundation in business and to prepare students to seek employment in various business fields. The program has a statewide articulation from the associate in science to a baccalaureate degree in Business Administration and Management or Business (General). At the upper level the student will be required to complete 12 credit hours of general education and 48 credit hours as determined by the University. The articulation may be found in the Statewide Articulation Manual. Details.
Business Development and Entrepreneurship
This program is designed to provide an opportunity for persons interested in the Business Development and Entrepreneurship to become skilled in the basic practices of this area of Business. The Business and Development and Entrepreneurship College Credit Certificate Program is 25 college hours of classroom instruction. All courses and credits earned can be applied towards the Business Administration AS (BUS-AS). Details.
This program provides an opportunity for persons interested in the Business Management to become skilled in the basic practices of this area. The Business Management College Credit Certificate program is 24 college credit hours of classroom instruction. All courses and credits earned can be applied towards the Business Administration AS (BUS-AS). Details.
The purpose of this program is to prepare students for transfer to a four-year institution after completing two years at Pensacola State College. Because of the interdisciplinary nature of Criminal Justice, this program may be attractive for those planning to enter law, behavioral and social sciences. Students planning to enter this program should contact the Department for assistance in planning for their careers. Details.
Criminal Justice Technology
The Criminal Justice Technology program is open to all students. The program provides an opportunity to prepare for a law enforcement or corrections career. Also currently employed practitioners can increase their knowledge and help develop their professional competence. Details.
Students who have not yet selected a major or the upper-division school to which they intend to transfer may pursue the AA degree through a program of General Studies. This route to the AA degree provides an avenue for students to take a variety of college credit electives (except those courses designated AAS only) in addition to the general education program requirements without following any predetermined area of concentration listed in the College Catalog. Students need to be aware that few universities or colleges offer a general degree. Upon application to a university, the student must commit to a degree. Students are advised to work closely with a Counselor or Departmental Adviser to insure the courses taken at Pensacola State College will meet the student’s major requirements. Details.
Human Resource Administrator
Admission requires an Associate of Science or Bachelor’s degree from a regionally-accredited college and an overall 2.5 grade point average. The Pensacola State College academic pathway into this program is the Business Administration Associate of Science. This Advanced Technical Certificate consists of 27 credit hours. Students who have completed similar courses should meet with the department head to discuss possible course substitutions. Details.
Human Resource Management
The Human Resources Management ATC is designed for the student with an interest in increasing his or her knowledge in issues related to human resources and management. Admission requires an associate degree from a regionally-accredited college. Details.
Law Enforcement Administration
The Law Enforcement Administration ATC is for the student with an interest in increasing his or her knowledge in this field. Admission requires an associate degree from a regionally-accredited college. The preferred academic pathway into this program is the Associate in Science in Criminal Justice Technology. Details.
Nursing (RN to BSN)
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) program is designed to prepare the graduate of an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program, who already holds a Registered Nursing (RN) license, with additional skills in management, leadership, theory, research, and evidence-based practice to succeed and be promoted within the nursing profession. Details
The Project Management (Advanced Technical Certificate) is for students with an interest in increasing their knowledge in project management. Admission requires an associate degree from a regionally-accredited college with the preferred academic pathway the Associate in Science in Business Administration. Details.