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Adult Accelerated Bachelor’s Programs (Bermuda)

Program Overview

The accelerated undergraduate programs offered through Endicott Bermuda provide adult learners an opportunity to complete a bachelor’s degree program in the evening, following an intensive format. Students may pursue majors in Business Administration or Liberal Studies, Early Childhood Concentration.

Endicott’s programs acknowledge that adult students have a wealth of prior achievements and experiences. Students who have taken previous postsecondary courses, as well a students who can document work and life experiences, may be eligible to accelerate the completion of their degrees. After a review of transfer credits and an assessment of prior learning, students often find they are well on their way to their desired degree.

Programs

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Program Goals

The Business Administration Bachelor’s Degree program is designed to provide qualified students with a solid base in the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively manage organizational needs. Vital business topics are covered in a broad-based curriculum that includes management, marketing, law, finance, and international business. Working professionals enhance their leadership, teamwork, and communication skills throughout the program.

Program of Study

ACC 150 Accounting 1 3 cr.
BUS 120 Business Fundamentals 3 cr.
BUS 200 Marketing 3 cr.
BUS 210 Finance 3 cr.
BUS 320 Organizational Behavior 3 cr.
BUS 479A Research Project I 3 cr.
BUS 479B Research Project II 3 cr.
BUS 489 Senior Thesis I 3 cr.
BUS 490 Senior Thesis II 3 cr.
ECN 201 Macroeconomics 3 cr.
ECN 202 Microeconomics 3 cr.
ENG 101 College Writing Seminar 3 cr.
MTH 126 Applied Statistics 3 cr.
PSY 302 Research Methods 3 cr.
Arts and Humanities Core Requirements 9 cr.
Math (1) and Science (1) Core Requirements 6 cr.
Core Electives 6 cr.
Business Major Electives 21 cr.
General Electives 33 cr.
Total degree requirements

126 cr.

Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies, Early Childhood Concentration

Program Goals

The Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies, early Childhood Concentration, 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. Education courses focus on curriculum theory and design, special needs, instructional technology, and key concepts and thinkers in the field. This major prepares students for a variety of jobs, including work in day care centers, private schools, and other positions that do not require licensure.

Program of Study

ED 101 Introduction to Education 3 cr.
ED 102 Curriculum Theory and Instruction 3 cr.
ED 203 Introduction to Special Needs 3 cr.
ED 210 Integrating Technology in the Classroom 3 cr.
ED 339 Classroom Assessment 3 cr.
ENG 101 College Writing Seminar 3 cr.
ENG 312 Children’s Literature 3 cr.
MTH 126 Applied Statistics 3 cr.
POL 213 American Government and Politics 3 cr.
PSY 200 Child and Adolescent Psychology 3 cr.
PSY 302 Research Methods 3 cr.
LST 489 Senior Thesis I 3 cr.
LST 479A Research Project Part One 3 cr.
LST 479B Research Project Past Two 3 cr.
LST 490 Senior Thesis II 3 cr.
Arts and Humanities Core Requirements 9 cr.
Math and Science Core Requirements 6 cr.
Social Sciences Core Requirements 3 cr.
Education Electives (At least one 300 level or higher) 15 cr.
Liberal Studies Electives (at least one 300 level or higher) 12 cr.
Core Electives 9 cr.
General Electives 27 cr.
Total degree requirements 126 cr.


Learning Outcomes

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

  1. Demonstrate the analytical and problem solving skills needed to solve complex challenges in business.
  2. Understand and be able to use team building, collaborative behaviors, and project management in the accomplishment of group tasks.
  3. Effectively communicate in writing and through oral communication within the conventions of business.
  4. Demonstrate the critical inquiry and analysis skills needed to engage constructively in intellectual discourse within business.
  5. Design, execute and present a personal project which synthesizes and applies selected knowledge, skills and experiences appropriate to students’ personal and professional goals and/or their chosen area of specialization.

Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies, Early Childhood Concentration

  1. Effectively communicate in writing and through oral communication.
  2. Demonstrate the critical inquiry and analysis skills needed to engage constructively in intellectual discourse within the concentration.
  3. Recall and apply the basic foundational knowledge of educational studies as delivered through the Baccalaureate Core.
  4. Apply quantitative decision-making techniques for problem solving.
  5. Design, execute and present a personal project which synthesizes and applies selected knowledge, skills, and experiences appropriate to the student’s personal and professional goals and/or chosen area of specialization.
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