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Art

If you're an aspiring artist, then Brevard College is the right place for you. As an Art student you will acquire the skills to paint, sculpt, photograph, design, learn exciting art history, and even teach with guidance from passionate instructors. Brevard's dedicated faculty, excellent facilities, experiential curriculum, and the unmatched scenery of the southern Appalachian mountains will push you to your creative potential - and beyond. Schedule a visit to learn more about Art at Brevard.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Art majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Art with a required concentration in one of the following areas:

  • Photography - a merging of traditional (wet) and digital approaches
  • Painting - from portraiture to abstraction, traditional to alternative materials
  • Sculpture - traditional and experimental processes in steel, clay, wood, stone, and more
  • Graphic Design - internships, practicums, portfolio preparation
  • Art History - opportunities for field trips study abroad, and archaeological excavation

Students often choose to pair their Art Degree with a K-12 Art Teacher Licensure. Minors in Art and Art History are also available.

Art History

If you're an aspiring artist, then Brevard College is the right place for you. As an Art student you will acquire the skills to paint, sculpt, photograph, design, learn exciting art history, and even teach with guidance from passionate instructors. Brevard's dedicated faculty, excellent facilities, experiential curriculum, and the unmatched scenery of the southern Appalachian mountains will push you to your creative potential - and beyond. Schedule a visit to learn more about Art at Brevard.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Art majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Art with a required concentration in one of the following areas:

  • Photography - a merging of traditional (wet) and digital approaches
  • Painting - from portraiture to abstraction, traditional to alternative materials
  • Sculpture - traditional and experimental processes in steel, clay, wood, stone, and more
  • Graphic Design - internships, practicums, portfolio preparation
  • Art History - opportunities for field trips study abroad, and archaeological excavation

Students often choose to pair their Art Degree with a K-12 Art Teacher Licensure. Minors in Art and Art History are also available.

Biology

Whether you want to be a research biologist or an M.D., you are guaranteed to get your hands dirty in your time as a Brevard Biology student. Our knowledgeable faculty will push you to take advantage of Brevard's incomparable natural surroundings and earn a truly unique education and marketable degree. Here you can combine your love of the outdoors with field studies and lab research, pursue a veterinary internship, or specialize in local biodiversity. Come see it for yourself - visit Brevard today!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Biology majors receive a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Biology. A Minor in Biology is available.

Business & Organizational Leadership

Brevard's Business and Organizational Leadership program will take you above and beyond any traditional Business degree. Work one-on-one with experienced professors, build a strong foundation in management, accounting, and marketing theory, and apply your education to real life through case studies, service projects, internships, and consultation with local businesses. At Brevard you'll learn to achieve bottom-line results while meeting your individual potential as a future business leader. Visit Brevard to see if our most popular academic program is right for you!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Business and Organizational Leadership majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Business and Organizational Leadership. Minor in Business and Organizational Leadership also available.

Chemistry

Brevard's General Science program gives you a full spectrum of science and math education that allows for personal, academic, and professional growth. Our exceptional science and math professors immerse you in chemistry, physics, biology, and geology through hands-on, project-based classes, and often outdoor labs and experiments. Visit Brevard to start your career in science and to learn how you can couple your science degree with a teacher licensure.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

General Science majors receive a Bachelor of Science (BS) in General Science. Students often pair their Science degree with K-12 Science Teacher Licensure. Minors in Chemistry and Geology also available.

Coaching

The Brevard Coaching program is designed to equip you with innovative leadership skills, advanced nutrition and training knowledge, and hands-on experience in your field. You'll learn the ins and outs of coaching theory and technique, physiology, and kinesiology - then put it into action in the local community, in the classroom, or during an internship. When you graduate from Brevard, you'll be prepared to achieve success on all levels of athletics.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Brevard offers a Coaching Minor. A Coaching Minor would complement many major programs at Brevard, including Health Science Studies, Teacher Licensure in Health & Physical Education, and Wilderness Leadership & Experiential Education.

Creative Writing

In Brevard College's experiential English program, you'll do more than study the classics. Hone your journalism skills by reporting for our student-run newspaper The Clarion. Publish your poetry in The Pisgah Review or BC's Chiaroscuro. Get hands-on teaching experience in one of Brevard's local high schools. Whatever your style, our accomplished faculty will nurture your abilities and help you design a personal educational experience. Visit Brevard and discover your options!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

English majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in English with a required emphasis in one of the following areas:

  • Creative Writing
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Journalism & Professional Communication
  • Literary Studies

Students often choose to pair their English degree with a 9-12 English Teacher Licensure. Minor in English also available.

Criminal Justice

Brevard's interdisciplinary and comprehensive Criminal Justice program goes beyond studying checks and balances. Here you'll be challenged to connect the pieces - offenders, victims, and workers - and examine the justice system's impact from every angle. Meet your innovative professors to learn more about this unique program.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Criminal Justice majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Criminal Justice. Minor in Criminal Justice is also available.

Ecology

Brevard's surrounding mountains, forests, and parks provide countless natural and cultural laboratories for the Environmental Studies student. Our unrivaled location, passionate professors, dynamic classes, and experiential opportunities will provide you with an Environmental degree unlike any other. Schedule a visit today to explore your new laboratory!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Environmental Studies majors receive either a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Environmental Studies or a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Environmental Studies. Minors in Environmental Studies and Ecology are also available.

Education

Brevard's Teacher Licensure program offers an engaging and experiential hands-on approach to education that is above and beyond any traditional degree. Don't just study elementary science - learn it by tracking Monarch butterflies. Don't just memorize reading comprehension theory - apply it by working as a literacy tutor to struggling readers. Brevard's passionate professors take pride in preparing you to be an innovative, passionate, and equipped educator, no matter your concentration. Visit Brevard and meet with program coordinators to discuss the exciting possibilities!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Teacher Licensure areas include Elementary Education K-6, English 9-12, Mathematics 9-12, Science 9-12, Social Studies 9-12, Art K-12, Music K-12, Health and Physical Education K-12, and Theatre K-12. A Minor in Education is also available.

English

In Brevard College's experiential English program, you'll do more than study the classics. Hone your journalism skills by reporting for our student-run newspaper The Clarion. Publish your poetry in The Pisgah Review or BC's Chiaroscuro. Get hands-on teaching experience in one of Brevard's local high schools. Whatever your style, our accomplished faculty will nurture your abilities and help you design a personal educational experience. Visit Brevard and discover your options!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

English majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in English with a required emphasis in one of the following areas:

  • Creative Writing
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Journalism & Professional Communication
  • Literary Studies

Students often choose to pair their English degree with a 9-12 English Teacher Licensure. Minor in English also available.

Environmental Studies

Brevard's surrounding mountains, forests, and parks provide countless natural and cultural laboratories for the Environmental Studies student. Our unrivaled location, passionate professors, dynamic classes, and experiential opportunities will provide you with an Environmental degree unlike any other. Schedule a visit today to explore your new laboratory!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Environmental Studies majors receive either a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Environmental Studies or a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Environmental Studies. Minors in Environmental Studies and Ecology are also available.

Exercise Science

Brevard's Exercise Science program allows you to explore the multi-faceted dynamics of human movement through active assignments, lab, and field experience. Our devoted faculty believe in more than just degrees - they want to personally mentor you and prepare you for a meaningful career in fields like research, fitness leadership, coaching, and teaching. Visit Brevard to meet your professors and explore your options!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Exercise Science majors receive a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Exercise Science, or a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Exercise Science. Students often pair their BS or BA degree with a K-12 Health and Physical Education Teacher Licensure. A Minor in Coaching is available.

Gender Studies & Leadership

Brevard's Gender Studies & Leadership Minor combines leadership training and gender scholarship to create a distinctive specialty program. Work closely with your advisor to pick a wide range of classes including history, literature, religion, and pschology of gender, as well as leadership experiences in publication, stage production, business, and more. Internships and teaching assistantships allow you to tailor your degree and even further refine your skills and knowledge in group dynamics, experiential education, and gender theory.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Brevard offers a Gender Studies & Leadership Minor. This minor pairs well with majors, including English, History, Religious Studies, and Psychology. Participants in the Institute for Women in Leadership frequently apply their IWIL seminars towards a Minor in this program.

General Science

Brevard's General Science program gives you a full spectrum of science and math education that allows for personal, academic, and professional growth. Our exceptional science and math professors immerse you in chemistry, physics, biology, and geology through hands-on, project-based classes, and often outdoor labs and experiments. Visit Brevard to start your career in science and to learn how you can couple your science degree with a teacher licensure.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

General Science majors receive a Bachelor of Science (BS) in General Science. Students often pair their Science degree with K-12 Science Teacher Licensure. Minors in Chemistry and Geology also available.

Geology

Brevard's General Science program gives you a full spectrum of science and math education that allows for personal, academic, and professional growth. Our exceptional science and math professors immerse you in chemistry, physics, biology, and geology through hands-on, project-based classes, and often outdoor labs and experiments. Visit Brevard to start your career in science and to learn how you can couple your science degree with a teacher licensure.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

General Science majors receive a Bachelor of Science (BS) in General Science. Students often pair their Science degree with K-12 Science Teacher Licensure. Minors in Chemistry and Geology also available.

Graphic Design

If you're an aspiring artist, then Brevard College is the right place for you. As an Art student you will acquire the skills to paint, sculpt, photograph, design, learn exciting art history, and even teach with guidance from passionate instructors. Brevard's dedicated faculty, excellent facilities, experiential curriculum, and the unmatched scenery of the southern Appalachian mountains will push you to your creative potential - and beyond. Schedule a visit to learn more about Art at Brevard.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Art majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Art with a required concentration in one of the following areas:

  • Photography - a merging of traditional (wet) and digital approaches
  • Painting - from portraiture to abstraction, traditional to alternative materials
  • Sculpture - traditional and experimental processes in steel, clay, wood, stone, and more
  • Graphic Design - internships, practicums, portfolio preparation
  • Art History - opportunities for field trips study abroad, and archaeological excavation

Students often choose to pair their Art Degree with a K-12 Art Teacher Licensure. Minors in Art and Art History are also available.

Health Science Studies

If you want to distinguish yourself on a medical or graduate school application, then Brevard's Health Sciences program is the right fit for you. Our remarkable faculty provide you with hands-on experience, empower you to master biology, chemistry, and physics, and equip you with a competitive edge in your professional career. Visit Brevard to start your own success story.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Students receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Health Science Studies. This program is designed for students who plan to enter programs in a variety of health care professions including dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, public health, physician assistant, physical therapy, sports medicine, and veterinary medicine.

History

Discover the past and develop your future in the Brevard History program. Here you'll be part of exciting re-enactments, debates, and critical discussions with an engaging professor - all while learning history, law, philosophy, and religion in a passionate atmosphere. Get hands-on in Pastimes, Brevard's history club, or visit the Brevard area's local historical sights. Visit Brevard to learn more about our interactive History program.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

History majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in History. You can choose to pair your History degree with a 9-12 Social Studies Teacher Licensure, or pursue a Pre-Law minor. Minors in History and Social Sciences are also available. History is a common double major at Brevard.

Integrated Studies

With Brevard's Integrated Studies program, you can design a degree that's as unique as you are. Our innovative faculty love to help you combine your passions and skills - Political Science and Communications, Theatre and Business, Wilderness Leadership and Psychology - to create your custom-made career path. Schedule a visit to Brevard to discuss the exciting possibilities!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Integrated Studies majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Integrated Studies. Students often choose to pair their Integrated Studies degree with Teacher Licensure to teach in elementary school, or pursue a special certificate program for early childhood education. Virtually any minor program can be combined with a major in Integrated Studies to round out your academic interests and increase your marketability to prospective graduate schools or employers. Some examples of these unique minors include Gender Studies and Leadership and Spanish Language and Culture.

Journalism/Professional Communication

In Brevard College's experiential English program, you'll do more than study the classics. Hone your journalism skills by reporting for our student-run newspaper The Clarion. Publish your poetry in The Pisgah Review or BC's Chiaroscuro. Get hands-on teaching experience in one of Brevard's local high schools. Whatever your style, our accomplished faculty will nurture your abilities and help you design a personal educational experience. Visit Brevard and discover your options!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

English majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in English with a required emphasis in one of the following areas:

  • Creative Writing
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Journalism & Professional Communication
  • Literary Studies

Students often choose to pair their English degree with a 9-12 English Teacher Licensure. Minor in English also available.

Literary Studies

In Brevard College's experiential English program, you'll do more than study the classics. Hone your journalism skills by reporting for our student-run newspaper The Clarion. Publish your poetry in The Pisgah Review or BC's Chiaroscuro. Get hands-on teaching experience in one of Brevard's local high schools. Whatever your style, our accomplished faculty will nurture your abilities and help you design a personal educational experience. Visit Brevard and discover your options!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

English majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in English with a required emphasis in one of the following areas:

  • Creative Writing
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Journalism & Professional Communication
  • Literary Studies

Students often choose to pair their English degree with a 9-12 English Teacher Licensure. Minor in English also available.

Mathematics

In the Brevard Mathematics program, you'll put your education into practice. This program is designed to experientially prepare you for career paths including teaching, graduate school, business and finance, biomathematics, and many other options. Our exceptional professors will push you to hone your analytical, communication, and critical thinking skills as you develop your mathematical knowledge, your understanding of real-world applications of mathematics, and your appreciation of the beauty of the discipline. Visit Brevard to meet your professors!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Mathematics majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Mathematics. Students often choose to pair their Mathematics degree with a 9-12 Math Teacher Licensure. For math majors not pursuing teacher licensure, an academic minor in another field (such as Business and Organizational Leadership, Biology, Chemistry, etc.) is encouraged. Double Majoring with a complementary academic program is also an option. Minor in Mathematics also available.

Music

Challenge yourself in Brevard's renowned Music program. At Brevard, you'll find a vibrant community of student musicians, a world-class performance facility, breathtaking scenery, and faculty who are active performers. Your musical studies here will prepare you for a variety of paths, graduate school, teaching, performance, or careers outside the field, and will set you on a lifelong journey of artistic and intellectual growth.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Music majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Music, Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Music Education (grades K-12), or a Bachelor of Music (BM) in Performance. A Minor in Music is also available. Brevard College has been fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) since 1967.

*Have questions about our music department? Send an email to musicinfo@brevard.edu.

Natural History

Whether you want to be a research biologist or an M.D., you are guaranteed to get your hands dirty in your time as a Brevard Biology student. Our knowledgeable faculty will push you to take advantage of Brevard's incomparable natural surroundings and earn a truly unique education and marketable degree. Here you can combine your love of the outdoors with field studies and lab research, pursue a veterinary internship, or specialize in local biodiversity. Come see it for yourself - visit Brevard today!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Biology majors receive a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Biology. A Minor in Biology is available.

Painting

If you're an aspiring artist, then Brevard College is the right place for you. As an Art student you will acquire the skills to paint, sculpt, photograph, design, learn exciting art history, and even teach with guidance from passionate instructors. Brevard's dedicated faculty, excellent facilities, experiential curriculum, and the unmatched scenery of the southern Appalachian mountains will push you to your creative potential - and beyond. Schedule a visit to learn more about Art at Brevard.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Art majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Art with a required concentration in one of the following areas:

  • Photography - a merging of traditional (wet) and digital approaches
  • Painting - from portraiture to abstraction, traditional to alternative materials
  • Sculpture - traditional and experimental processes in steel, clay, wood, stone, and more
  • Graphic Design - internships, practicums, portfolio preparation
  • Art History - opportunities for field trips study abroad, and archaeological excavation

Students often choose to pair their Art Degree with a K-12 Art Teacher Licensure. Minors in Art and Art History are also available.

Photography

If you're an aspiring artist, then Brevard College is the right place for you. As an Art student you will acquire the skills to paint, sculpt, photograph, design, learn exciting art history, and even teach with guidance from passionate instructors. Brevard's dedicated faculty, excellent facilities, experiential curriculum, and the unmatched scenery of the southern Appalachian mountains will push you to your creative potential - and beyond. Schedule a visit to learn more about Art at Brevard.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Art majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Art with a required concentration in one of the following areas:

  • Photography - a merging of traditional (wet) and digital approaches
  • Painting - from portraiture to abstraction, traditional to alternative materials
  • Sculpture - traditional and experimental processes in steel, clay, wood, stone, and more
  • Graphic Design - internships, practicums, portfolio preparation
  • Art History - opportunities for field trips study abroad, and archaeological excavation

Students often choose to pair their Art Degree with a K-12 Art Teacher Licensure. Minors in Art and Art History are also available.

Pre-Dentistry

If you want to distinguish yourself on a medical or graduate school application, then Brevard's Health Sciences program is the right fit for you. Our remarkable faculty provide you with hands-on experience, empower you to master biology, chemistry, and physics, and equip you with a competitive edge in your professional career. Visit Brevard to start your own success story.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Students receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Health Science Studies. This program is designed for students who plan to enter programs in a variety of health care professions including dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, public health, physician assistant, physical therapy, sports medicine, and veterinary medicine.

Pre-Law

With a Brevard Pre-Law background, you'll be prepared to accept the challenges of any graduate law program. Brevard professors are committed to preparing you for law school and the professional world through engaged classes, one-on-one mentoring, and real-life experiences.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Brevard offers a Pre-Law Minor. Graduates of Brevard majoring in Criminal Justice, English, Environmental Studies, History, and Religious Studies have found a pre-law minor helpful in gaining entrance to law schools.

Pre-Medicine

If you want to distinguish yourself on a medical or graduate school application, then Brevard's Health Sciences program is the right fit for you. Our remarkable faculty provide you with hands-on experience, empower you to master biology, chemistry, and physics, and equip you with a competitive edge in your professional career. Visit Brevard to start your own success story.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Students receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Health Science Studies. This program is designed for students who plan to enter programs in a variety of health care professions including dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, public health, physician assistant, physical therapy, sports medicine, and veterinary medicine.

Pre-Professional Studies

With experience in Brevard's Pre-Professional Studies program, you'll stand out on any graduate school application. Brevard professors are committed to preparing you for a world outside this campus through engaged classes, one-on-one mentoring, and numerous field opportunities. With a Brevard background, you'll be prepared to accept the challenges of any graduate program, regardless of emphasis. Meet your professors to learn more about your options!

Pre-Veterinary

If you want to distinguish yourself on a medical or graduate school application, then Brevard's Health Sciences program is the right fit for you. Our remarkable faculty provide you with hands-on experience, empower you to master biology, chemistry, and physics, and equip you with a competitive edge in your professional career. Visit Brevard to start your own success story.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Students receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Health Science Studies. This program is designed for students who plan to enter programs in a variety of health care professions including dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, public health, physician assistant, physical therapy, sports medicine, and veterinary medicine.

Psychology

Become a part of Brevard's Psychology program for a dynamic educational experience. Our innovative faculty members give you a strong academic foundation, practically train you in your chosen career path, and personally cultivate you to be an active, tolerant, and equipped professional. Visit Brevard to meet one of your professors!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Psychology majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology. Minor in Psychology is also available.

Religious Studies

As a Brevard College Religious Studies student you will explore, discuss, debate, investigate, report on, and experience what makes religion and philosophy so significant. Brevard's award-winning professors won't just lecture - they'll challenge you to actively understand, articulate, and analyze the material they teach. Join this fascinating field of study and learn hands-on about the sacred, the world, its diverse inhabitants, and yourself. Visit Brevard today to see yourself as a Religious Studies student!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Religious Studies majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA). A Minor in Religious Studies is also avalaible.

Sculpture

If you're an aspiring artist, then Brevard College is the right place for you. As an Art student you will acquire the skills to paint, sculpt, photograph, design, learn exciting art history, and even teach with guidance from passionate instructors. Brevard's dedicated faculty, excellent facilities, experiential curriculum, and the unmatched scenery of the southern Appalachian mountains will push you to your creative potential - and beyond. Schedule a visit to learn more about Art at Brevard.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Art majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Art with a required concentration in one of the following areas:

  • Photography - a merging of traditional (wet) and digital approaches
  • Painting - from portraiture to abstraction, traditional to alternative materials
  • Sculpture - traditional and experimental processes in steel, clay, wood, stone, and more
  • Graphic Design - internships, practicums, portfolio preparation
  • Art History - opportunities for field trips study abroad, and archaeological excavation

Students often choose to pair their Art Degree with a K-12 Art Teacher Licensure. Minors in Art and Art History are also available.

Social Sciences

Discover the past and develop your future in the Brevard History program. Here you'll be part of exciting re-enactments, debates, and critical discussions with an engaging professor - all while learning history, law, philosophy, and religion in a passionate atmosphere. Get hands-on in Pastimes, Brevard's history club, or visit the Brevard area's local historical sights. Visit Brevard to learn more about our interactive History program.

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

History majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in History. You can choose to pair your History degree with a 9-12 Social Studies Teacher Licensure, or pursue a Pre-Law minor. Minors in History and Social Sciences are also available. History is a common double major at Brevard.

Spanish Language & Culture

The Brevard Spanish Language and Culture program immerses you in Spanish and teaches you to communicate in our multi-lingual world. You will engage in the classroom and learn from our passionate and knowledgeable professors, both at Brevard and abroad. On a trip to Costa Rica, you will put the material you have learned into action by studying at the Costa Rican Language Academy, interacting with your native host family, and exploring the culture, people, and geography of the region. Visit Brevard today to learn more about your opportunities in the Spanish Language and Culture Program!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Brevard offers a Spanish Language and Culture Minor. Fluency in Spanish enhances almost any major at Brevard and is an excellent addition to any resume.

Teacher Licensure

Brevard's Teacher Licensure program offers an engaging and experiential hands-on approach to education that is above and beyond any traditional degree. Don't just study elementary science - learn it by tracking Monarch butterflies. Don't just memorize reading comprehension theory - apply it by working as a literacy tutor to struggling readers. Brevard's passionate professors take pride in preparing you to be an innovative, passionate, and equipped educator, no matter your concentration. Visit Brevard and meet with program coordinators to discuss the exciting possibilities!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Teacher Licensure areas include Elementary Education K-6, English 9-12, Mathematics 9-12, Science 9-12, Social Studies 9-12, Art K-12, Music K-12, Health and Physical Education K-12, and Theatre K-12. A Minor in Education is also available.

Theatre

Experience theatre from every angle in Brevard's Theatre Studies program. Our knowledgeable faculty will expose you to a broad range of study and training in Directing, Acting, Mask Improvisation, Alexander Technique, Dialects, Acting for the Camera, Playwriting, and Theatrical Design. Get hands-on in this rigorous theatrical training program by participating in Brevard's productions as an actor, a stage hand, a theatre tech, or director - all in our world-class performing arts facilities. Visit Brevard to meet your professors and check out your new stage!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Theatre Studies majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Theatre Studies. You also have the option of Teacher Licensure in Theatre Studies. A Minor in Theatre is also available.

Wilderness Leadership and Experiential Education

As a Brevard Wilderness Leadership and Experiential Education (WLEE) student, you'll experience an outdoor leadership program like no other in the nation. Our innovative educators will support, challenge, and guide you - both personally and academically - as you tackle your own adventures in one of the richest outdoor recreation environments imaginable. Here'll you make meaningful interdisciplinary connections, explore your own interests and talents, and learn how to turn your passions into a professional career. Visit Brevard to start your WLEE adventure!

Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Students receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Wilderness Leadership & Experiential Education. A Minor in Wilderness Leadership & Experiential Education is also available.

Discover Brevard

Brevard College’s location fosters experiences that would be impossible anywhere else. We are just minutes from Pisgah National Forest, DuPont State Forest, and Gorges State Park, where you can

  • Hike
  • Mountain or Road Bike
  • Rock Climb
  • Kayak or Canoe
  • Camp
  • or do just about anything in the outdoors!

You don’t have to be an expert backpacker or cyclist to be a great fit for Brevard! Downtown Brevard, which is within walking distance from campus, offers our active students one-of-a-kind restaurants, festivals, local arts, service and job opportunities, and live music almost every night.

SPORTS CULTURE

Brevard students get involved in everything, which often includes one of our 20 NCAA DII Teams.

  • Baseball
  • Women’s & Men’s Basketball
  • Women’s & Men’s Cross Country
  • Cheerleading
  • Cycling
  • Football
  • Women’s & Men’s Golf
  • Women’s & Men’s Lacrosse
  • Women’s & Men’s Soccer
  • Softball
  • Women’s & Men’s Tennis
  • Women’s & Men’s Track and Field
  • Volleyball