Undergraduate Day Programs

Bachelor's Degrees

Fitchburg State University offers three undergraduate degree programs: the Bachelor of Arts, the Bachelor of Science, and the Bachelor of Science in Education. Each degree program builds on a solid liberal arts and sciences foundation and courses in a major field of study. The purpose of the liberal arts and sciences requirements is to develop, through a variety of academic disciplines, a set of well-rounded skills that are analytic and quantitative as well as verbal and aesthetic. By concentrating in a major field of interest, students acquire knowledge of both the theoretical and the practical aspects of their subject. Degree programs in some of the majors offer a choice of concentrations which is a specialization in a particular area of expertise. These are highlighted in green below. The Bachelor of Arts degree requires proficiency equivalent to at least two years of university level language as part of the liberal arts and sciences foundation.

Core Requirements

Liberal Arts and Sciences Program (Core Requirements for undergraduate majors)
Fitchburg State University Honors Program (formerly known as the Leadership Academy)

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