Programs of Study
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The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree program provides adults with a solid grounding in the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively manage organizational needs. Vital business topics are covered in a well-rounded broad-based curriculum including management, marketing, law, finance, and international business.
The Liberal Studies/Education major allows students to pursue their interest in teaching and related professions. Through required liberal arts courses, students gain content knowledge in math, science, children’s literature and history.
The Liberal Studies Bachelor degree program is not designed to overlap with existing degrees but rather to provide qualified students with an academic program that meets their unique needs.
Nursing (RN to BSN)
The Bachelor of Science with a major in nursing is a degree completion program for Registered Nurses. Graduates receive a solid base in a liberal education which prepares them for practice as a professional nurse in a complex and ever-changing health care environment.
The Bachelor of Science in Psychology program is designed to offer small classes, and balanced coursework. The curriculum provides a broad background in the liberal arts and sciences, research skills and the understanding of human behavior.
Autism (Beverly, Boston, Gloucester, and Online)
ABA280 Introduction to the Basic Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis
ABA310 Assessment of Behavior Analysis
ABA323 Advanced Topics in Behavior Analysis
ABA345 Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders
ABA400 Practicum in Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis I
ABA450 Practicum in Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis II
Homeland Security Studies (Beverly, Boston, Gloucester, and Online)
HLS105 Intro to Homeland Security
POL260 Politics of Identity
CJ 350 Terrorism Studies
BUS355 Risk Management
ISTt216 International Conflicts
HLS205 Amer. Intel. Comm.
Montessori Education (Beverly, Boston, Gloucester, and Online)
EDM301 Education and Democracy
LST100 Introduction to Academic Inquiry
ED 101 Introduction to Education
EDM301 Culture and Identity
PSY200 Child & Adol. Psy
Early Childhood Education
ED 201 Foundations of Reading
ED 203 Introduction to Children with Special Needs
ED 207 Strategies of Teaching Early Childhood Curriculum
ED221 Emergent Literacy Instruction
ED308 Early Childhood Methods
ED330 Sheltered English Immersion