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Academic programs at Simmons University

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We can help you apply to a bachelor’s degree at Simmons University in Boston. You can choose from more than 50 majors and programs across a wide range of disciplines.

Direct admission to a bachelor’s degree

You can apply for direct admission to Year 1 of a bachelor’s degree or transfer admission to Year 2 or 3.

Choose from a variety of majors. Disciplines include:

Art and DesignMathematics
Business and FinanceMusic and Performing Arts
ComputingScience and Health
EngineeringSTEM
Environment and AgricultureSocial Science and Humanities
Marketing and Media

Search for degrees at Simmons University.


Dual-degree in engineering with Columbia University

You can earn a dual-degree in engineering by studying for 3 years at Simmons University in Boston and 2 years at Columbia University in New York City.

This dual bachelor’s degree combines the intimate, supportive academic environment at Simmons University with the world-class Ivy League education of Columbia University, giving you incredible career opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).

 

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Accelerated (bachelor’s and master’s) degrees

Simmons’ accelerated programs offer you the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree (or, in one option, a doctorate) in less time than it would take if you studied each program separately. This saves you money on tuition and living costs, as well as preparing you to enter a rewarding career sooner.

See all accelerated degree options.


Honors Program

The Simmons Honors Program is an interdisciplinary 4-year academic enrichment program for all majors. Honors students receive an extra $1,000 scholarship per semester and benefit from a mentorship program and additional leadership opportunities.

To join this highly selective program, you’ll need to graduate near the top of your high school class and have a solid record of honors, Advanced Placement (AP), or International Baccalaureate (IB) courses. The Honors Program is available to incoming first-year undergraduate students.