Programs in Liberal Studies (BA)
A small college with specialized programs in administration, Nichols considers basic to our understanding of human activities those liberal disciplines upon which the study of administration is founded – namely the Social Sciences, Physical Sciences, Mathematics, History, and the Arts and Humanities. The College has combined coursework required of all Nichols students with carefully selected upper-level offerings to provide programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree with majors in Communication, Criminal Justice, Economics, English, History, Mathematics and Psychology.
These programs provide a strong background for a variety of careers, as well as give students a foundation for advanced graduate studies. Through the courses in their majors, students earning Bachelor of Arts degrees develop a mastery of the knowledge, methods, and theories pertinent to their areas of concentration. The liberal studies curriculum produces a well-rounded graduate who is capable of critical and logical thinking; has knowledge of scientific, historical and social phenomena; has an appreciation of aesthetic and ethical aspects of life; is a competent communicator; can think scientifically and quantitatively; and is capable of lifelong learning.
This publication provides information concerning the programs at Nichols College and does not constitute a contract with the student.
The policies and procedures contained in the 2016-2018 Nichols College Catalog will remain in effect until June 30, 2018. Nichols College reserves the right to change at any time the rules governing admission, tuition, fees, courses, the granting of degrees, or any other regulations affecting the campus community. Such changes are to take effect whenever College officials deem necessary and will be communicated via written notice whenever possible or other means as appropriate.
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Dudley, Massachusetts 01571-5000
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