Birmingham-Southern College


Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.

Birmingham-Southern College,

at Birmingham, Ala.; United Methodist; coeducational; formed 1918 by the merger of Southern Univ. (chartered 1856; opened 1859 at Greensboro, Ala.) and Birmingham College (opened 1898). The Birmingham Conservatory of Music became a part of the college in 1953. In addition to its bachelor's degrees, the college offers a master's program in public and private management.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Stephens Science Center to Birmingham-Southern College (BSC), where in 1928 he began his college education at the age of 17.
Meek holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economic History with a minor in Economics from Birmingham-Southern College.
Thomas, the couple is at home in Birmingham, Alabama, where the bride is an attorney at Balch & Bingham, LLP, and the groom is the Dean of Students at Birmingham-Southern College.
Klersey, both accounting professors at Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham, Alabama, compiled the survey.
Section Two concludes with chapters 6 and 7, as Oren Davis and Jennifer Dodge discuss Trinity College (Vermont) and Stewart Jackson and Tonya Smothers explore Birmingham-Southern College (Alabama).
In its finale last season, The Master's College fell 73-70 to eventual quarterfinalist Birmingham-Southern College in the tourney's first round.
She holds a Masters degree in Public and Private Management from Birmingham-Southern College and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of South Carolina.
Not many colleges have a four-star general at the helm, but students at Birmingham-Southern College (Ala.
Andrew Gannon, associate professor of biology at Birmingham-Southern College, was granted a six month sabbatical to conduct research at Gadsden State.
David Hi/geman*, *Megan Rybolt, Department of Mathematics, Birmingham-Southern College, Birmingham, AL 35254.
His commissioned orchestra piece, Fanfare for Human Dignity was premiered by the Alabama Symphony Orchestra in October in honor of the 150th anniversary of Birmingham-Southern College.