Take the general education courses you need to complete your degree at Bay State College with fast, affordable and transferable online college courses from StraighterLine.
In a city full of colleges and universities, one school has been Boston’s best-kept secret for more than 65 years. In that time, Bay State College has built a reputation for offering a unique, high-quality curriculum for the serious student. Thanks to our small classes, individualized attention, and a faculty of industry professionals who bring their experience into the classroom, our students are successfully able to pursue career-focused studies in today’s fastest-growing industries.
In our commitment to their academic and professional advancement, our students are given the opportunity to intern at some of the best companies in the nation, while networking with employers and alumni who can open doors to some of the Northeast’s best career opportunities. Bay State College has an 88% in-field job placement rate. And the College offers lifetime career support and guidance services.
Even if your work keeps you busy by day, there’s still a way to get started on a new career direction. Bay State College’s Evening and Online Division classes are designed to work conveniently with your schedule—meeting only two nights a week or online in short, affordable, eight week terms.
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