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Daytime Associate Degree Programs

These daytime courses will launch your education and can be completed at a pace that best suits your lifestyle. Our structured curricula helps you focus and stay engaged in all aspects of your learning.

Classes run from 9am-1pm Monday through Thursday and meet twice per week for 15 weeks. We also offer Friday classes that meet once a week from 9-12. 

Business

Program of Study

ACC 175 Financial Accounting 3 cr.
ACC 185 Managerial Accounting 3 cr.
BUS 110 Business Computers 3 cr.
BUS 120 Business Fundamentals 3 cr.
BUS 200 Marketing 3 cr.
BUS 270 Communicating in Business 3 cr.
ECN 201 Macroeconomics 3 cr. 
OR    
ECN 202 Microeconomics 3 cr.

Business Major Electives 6 cr.
General Education

World Culture 3 cr.

Aesthetic Awareness 3 cr.

Literary Perspectives 3 cr.

Individual and Society 3 cr.

Quantitative Reasoning 3 cr.

Ethical Reasoning 3 cr.

Science & Tech 3 cr.

Global Issues 3 cr.
Total degree requirements 66 cr.

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Liberal Studies

Program of Study

ENG 101 College Writing Seminar 3 cr.
ENG 102 Introduction to Literature 3 cr.

World Culture 3 cr.

Aesthetic Awareness 3 cr.

Literary Perspectives 3 cr.

Individual & Society 3 cr.

Quantitative Reasoning 3 cr.

Ethical Reasoning 3 cr.
  Science & Tech 3 cr.

Global Issues 3 cr.
BUS 120 Business Fundamentals 3 cr.

History Elective 3 cr.

Political Science/ Social Elective 3 cr.

Psychology Elective 3 cr. 

Free Electives  24 cr.
Total degree requirements 66 cr. 

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Hospitality

Program of Study

BUS 120 Business Fundamentals 3 cr. 
ENG 101 College Writing Seminar 3 cr.
HTM 101 Foundations of Hospitality Management 3 cr.
HTM 108 Rooms Division Management 3 cr.
HTM 110 Service Management 3 cr.
HTM 213 Hospitality Sales & Marketing 3 cr.
HTM 240 Culinary Arts Operations 3 cr.
HTM 250 Food & Beverage Management
3 cr.
HTM 255 Fundamentals of Events 3 cr.
PSY 100 General Psychology 3 cr.
ACC 175 Financial Accounting 3 cr.
  Aesthetic Awareness Course 3 cr.
  Ethical Reasoning Course 3 cr.
  Global Issues Course 3 cr.
  Literary Perspectives Course 3 cr.
  Individual & Society Course 3 cr.
  Open Electives 9 cr.
  Quantitative Reasoning Course 3 cr.
  Science and Technology Course 3 cr.
  Writing Designated Course 3 cr.
  World Culture Course 3 cr.
     
Total Degree Requirements 66 cr.

Application & Admissions

Application for Associate and Bachelor programs

Admissions decisions are made on a rolling basis. You may submit your application at any time.

All students enrolled in the daytime Associate’s degree program are required to take an Accuplacer test before registering for their first course.

Tuition & Fees

Tuition & Expenses

  • A 3-credit course is $1005 ($335/credit).
  • $25 registration fee per semester.
  • Some classes will require textbooks.

Financial Aid

Endicott College Financial Aid application

Financial Aid is available for students who qualify. For assistance filling out your FAFSA form or for other financial aid related questions, please contact Marilin Berroa at mberroa@endicott.edu.

At Endicott College Boston, we provide on-site bilingual support to help you with application and financial aid materials.

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Learning Outcomes

Business

  1. Converse and write at an acceptable level for business communications in English.
  2. Conceptualize a complex business issue into a coherent written statement and oral presentation.
  3. Recall and apply the basic foundational knowledge of business studies as delivered through the Baccalaureate Core.
  4. Effectively communicate in writing and through oral communication.

Liberal Studies

  1. Converse and write at an acceptable level for business communications in English.
  2. Conceptualize a complex business issue into a coherent written statement and oral presentation.
  3. Understand and be able to use basic concepts in algebra and quantitative methods in solving business problems.
  4. Recall and apply the basic foundational knowledge of science and liberal studies as delivered through the Baccalaureate Core.
  5. Effectively communicate in writing and through oral communication.

Hospitality

  1. Converse and write at an acceptable level for business communications in English.
  2. Conceptualize complex issues within the hospitality realm in writing and oral presentation.
  3. Have knowledge of the individual components of the hospitality industry and be able to apply that to real-world situations.
  4. Effectively communicate in writing and through oral communication.
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