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Bachelor Degree Completion

With seven-week sessions, evening classes in Pittsfield, and extensive online offerings, you can do this.

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What to Expect

At MCLA, our core mission is preparing you for personal and professional growth and success. That’s why we combine the academic core of a liberal arts education with so many ways to earn a degree.

You will be able to complete your bachelor’s degree through one of two pathways: a bachelor of science in business administration or a bachelor of arts in interdisciplinary studies, with focus in leadership and business, health and human service, or children, families, and society.

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  • Cohort-style learning provides peer support for the adult learner who is managing work and family demands.
  • Students can complete in just over two years with year-round classes.
  • Classes are offered in Pittsfield and North Adams.
  • Sessions run seven weeks, with meetings four hours each week.
  • Prior learning credits are available for work and life experience. Additional college credits may be awarded via the College Level Examination Program (CLEP).

  • Financial aid is available to those who qualify.

  • Applicants should have an Associate's Degree to be considered for admission. Consideration is also given to students with 45-60 transfer credits.

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Steps

With multiple degree programs to choose from, learn how you can finish your bachelor’s at MCLA -without interrupting your life.

Quick Facts About Degree Completion Programs at MCLA

 

Your Cohort

We know you have a busy life—but you’re not alone. MCLA’s cohort approach to degree completion means you will work closely with the same group of people as you finish your degree, opening the door for support, networking, and friendship.

With Her Bachelor’s Completed, Campus Police Sergeant Pursues M.Ed

Laura Lefebrve
MCLA is ready and willing to work with you personally. They want you to succeed.
Laura Lefebrve '17
Director of Public Safety, Holyoke Community College
A sergeant while at MCLA, Laura Lefebrve went on to lead the Public Safety Department at Holyoke Community College. Learn more about where an MCLA education can take you.

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Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.

Division of Graduate & Continuing Education
375 Church Street
North Adams, MA 01247
413.662.5575
dgce@mcla.edu