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The four-year scholarship covers full tuition and fees, as well as food and housing for high-achieving first-year students from Massachusetts. Learn more about the Founders' Scholarship at UMass Dartmouth.
Earn a BA degree in Public Administration and you'll gain the analytical, critical thinking, and writing skills necessary to excel in your career. You will be prepared to work in the public sector at the local, state, or federal level, particularly in human or social services.
Prepare to work in local, state or federal government in a budgetary or financial management position with an online BS in Public Administration. Acquire the analytical, critical thinking, and writing skills necessary to excel in your career.
In the BFA in Art + Design: Sculpture program, you will discover the possibilities of contemporary sculpture, explore theory and practice, develop your skills, and gain experience in 3D art-making approaches and genres.
Accelerated nursing program: the online accelerated BS in nursing program is a second degree program for students who have a bachelor’s degree in another discipline.
Major in sociology and anthropology to explore the social and cultural world. The major is an excellent basis for a variety of careers and professions.
Major 4+1 Teacher Preparation
The UMass Dartmouth bachelor’s degree program in Sociology and Anthropology examines societies and basic institutions, as well as smaller groups such as family, peers and neighborhood. This flexible, online program prepares students for a wide range of careers.
Major in Spanish major to advance your language skills and develop your awareness of the Spanish-speaking world. A degree in Spanish prepares you for a variety of careers.
Major Minor 4+1 Program 4+1 Teacher Preparation
Major in Women's & Gender Studies and place women's and men's experiences at the center of inquiry—as subjects rather than objects. This interdisciplinary field spans crime and justice studies, history, literature, philosophy, political science, and sociology/anthropology.