Degrees and Programs

Certificate Programs

  • Export Marketing - This career-directed program is designed in response to the growing need and opportunity for export of American goods and services.
  • International Purchasing - Facing a growing demand for trained global purchasing managers from industrise, this career-directed program is designed in response to the growing needs of manufacturing, retail and service companies moving toward global sourcing of their raw materials, components and services.

Individualized Bachelor Degree Program
Many part-time students who return to college already have a substantial amount of college credit earned in an associate's degree program, Credit for Prior Learning, or part-time studies. In addition, experienced students often have unique educational goals that are not met by traditional programs. These students need degree programs which a) can accommodate the maximum amount of previously acquired credit, and b) allow maximum flexibility in choosing courses to meet individual needs without adding to the total number of credits needed to graduate.

To meet these needs Quinnipiac offers special general studies degree programs. These bachelor's degree programs (health science studies and liberal studies) are built around the University Curriculum. The dean or faculty adviser works with each student to establish a curriculum plan that makes maximum use of previously obtained credit and incorporates new courses that build in-depth knowledge in the student's area of interest.

BA and BS Degrees in Traditional Majors
Part-time students may also enroll in virtually all of the bachelor's degree programs offered by the academic schools of the University. Athletic training, occupational therapy and nursing require full-time status as does the physical therapy and physician's assistant program (neither accepts transfer students at the undergraduate level).

Our bachelor of science degree programs in diagnostic imaging* and health science studies can usually can be completed through evening study and normally do not require students to take classes during the day. Other majors in business, arts and sciences, health sciences and communications also may be taken on a part-time basis, but course work will need to be taken during the day. More information on these programs can be found in the sections of the University catalog.

*Available evenings to licensed professionals seeking advanced placement

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