Adult Undergraduate Programs
Here at Endicott College's Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies, you'll find an exceptional learning environment, designed specifically for motivated adult learners. We are committed to providing quality education and the resources and service needed to help you succeed.
Associates Degree Programs
Bachelor Degree Programs
Business Management (Beverly, Boston, Gloucester, and Online)
Liberal Studies (Beverly, Boston, Gloucester)
Liberal Studies - Education (Beverly, Boston, Gloucester, and Online)
Psychology (Beverly, Boston, Gloucester, and Online)
We are also pleased to make available a 10% tuition discount for the alumni of Endicott’s two year programs for the tuition costs related to completion of a bachelor’s degree. Visit our Alumni Bachelor Completion program page to learn more.
ACCELERATED... Most courses are five to six weeks in length. And what you learn in class at night, you can begin applying at work the next day. Life experience credits may be earned in Endicott's Assessment of Prior Learning and move you towards your degree even faster!
CONVENIENT... with classes that meet online, or on site the same night each week.
PRACTICAL... with instructors who bring relevant knowledge to the classroom. The classroom style is lively and interactive, relating theory to business and world events. Sharing talents, experiences and learning resources, students have a significant opportunity to gain more in-depth knowledge than can be achieved through individual effort alone.
All Endicott students receive exceptional personal attention. Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies advisors will guide students through the application and enrollment process. The college’s resources and support services will be available to students whether they take classes in Beverly, Boston, Gloucester, online, or at one of the many off-campus locations.
Resources and Support Services:
- A small, caring, accessible staff
- The college’s technology-rich library resources
- Access to the highly regarded Writing Center
- And for those of you close enough, access to all of the vibrant on campus activities, fitness center, and beaches
- Explore opportunities to earn undergraduate credit for prior lifetime experiences, knowledge and training. See APL.
Concentration in Early Childhood Education
The Early Childhood Education Concentration is an 8 course, 24 credit specialization that focuses on important issues for teachers working in private and pre-K child development centers. This non-licensure specialization builds upon the skills, experience, and coursework many students will have already received prior to enrolling in Endicott College. This concentration will give students writing, research and foundational skills, especially focused on language and literacy skills. Teachers will need to ensure that young children become “Kindergarten ready”. The Concentration in Early Childhood Education will be open to all students enrolled in our BA Programs in Liberal Arts and Psychology.
Concentration in Homeland Security Studies
The Homeland Security Studies Concentration is a 6 course, 18 credit specialization that focuses on issues relevant to corporate, national and global security. This is an interdisciplinary specialization that focuses on student’s ability to assess risk and engage in critical thinking about conflict and security. This concentration will give students writing, research and foundational skills in Homeland Security that they will need to work in the securities field, border patrol, emergency management or to pursue a graduate degree in Homeland Security. The Concentration in Homeland Security will be open to all students enrolled in our BA Programs: Liberal Arts, Psychology, and Business Administration.
Concentration In Montessori Education
The Montessori Education Concentration is a 6 course, 18 credit specialization that focuses on issues relevant to educators who specialize in the Montessori method. This is an interdisciplinary specialization that focuses on providing students with an expanded knowledge of the cultural context in which Montessori Education is situated. Including, but not limited to: