Choice is a powerful thing—especially when it comes to your education. With so many interests and passions, you’re not looking for just any cookie-cutter bachelor’s degree program. You want something more meaningful. More personal. In other words, you want options. And at Lesley, you’ll find them. Lots of them. Discover the possibilities. Make your program a perfect fit.
Maybe the academic discipline you’re interested in doesn’t exist yet. With a self-designed major, you can combine studies to develop your own plan. If you have a minimum GPA of 3.0, you can apply to the program in your second semester.
When you apply, you’ll submit a program proposal that includes:
- A personal statement
- A description of your intended concentration, why this focus of study makes sense, and how it meets your learning goals
- Potential independent studies or internships you plan to pursue
Want more details?
Contact an admissions counselor.
Combine your studies through any of Lesley’s 32 undergraduate programs across the arts, education, counseling, and more. Want something a bit more structured? Choose from our dual BFA / BA and BFA / BS programs offered through the College of Art and Design and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Finish your bachelor’s degree requirements in three years by taking courses during our summer and January terms. You can decide to enroll in Fall or Spring semester of your first year.
To earn the 120 credits you need to graduate, choose from three accelerated study options, including:
- Earning 15 to 18 credits a semester for six semesters.
- Earning 3 credits in three consecutive January intersessions linked to summer study
- Earning up to 12 credits in two summer options
You can also earn credits through independent coursework, internships, study abroad, and field placement opportunities.
Want more details?
Fill out the Three-Year Degree Intent to Enroll Form.
Join a community of highly ambitious students, and gain extensive mentorship from faculty while participating in intensive projects, seminars, and cultural experiences. Depending on your area of study, choose from two programs offered by the College of Art and Design and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.