Our nationally and regionally accredited bachelor’s degree programs are designed specifically for working adults.
The final course in every bachelor’s program provides a transition to the next step in your career. During the Integrative Capstone courses or Culminating Teaching Experiences, you’ll take on a project, research, or internship that focuses on a topic related to your academic field. Through this, you will apply what you’ve learned, demonstrate the skills you acquired in your degree program, and strengthen the connection between your major and your career.
These options use your previously earned associate degree in a related field, building a credit-efficient way to complete your bachelor’s degree.
For a few of our high-demand majors, we designed Transfer Pathways. This option allows a high flexibility of transfer credit for students coming to Granite State College with a previously earned associate program.
Pursuing a minor gives you the option to add an area of specialization that complements, but does not overlap with your bachelor’s degree. Minors are optional and are open to all students in a bachelor’s degree program.