Complete your bachelor's degree—100% online, hybrid, or in-person.
At the Woods College of Advancing Studies, you can earn a world-class Boston College bachelor’s degree that fits your goals, your schedule, and your budget. We specialize in degree completion, with evening, online, and hybrid courses that are ideal for transfer students, working professionals, and service members. Join Boston College’s well-connected alumni network and take your career to the next level.
Whether you are finishing a bachelor’s degree or starting one, BC Woods offers personalized support from advisors, faculty, and staff to help you thrive.
Eight Affordable B.A. Options
Gain the industry-specific knowledge and cutting-edge skills you’ll need to stand out in today’s job market.
With an emphasis on communication, data analysis, project management, and ethical leadership, this program equips you to become an effective, inclusive business leader.
Career paths: financial manager, purchasing manager, human resource manager
Key courses: Digital Marketing Strategy, Data Analysis, Business Law
This program prepares tomorrow’s business leaders with a focus on economic theory and policy, practical applications for today's workplaces, and ethical decision-making.
Career paths: banker, business manager, market researcher, budget analyst
Key courses: Principles of Economics, Calculus I, Econometrics, Data Analysis
B.A., Applied Liberal Arts
Experience BC’s esteemed liberal arts tradition while acquiring in-demand, employer-aligned skills such as project management, data visualization and analysis, design thinking, and conflict resolution.
Career paths: advertising and public relations, journalist, research analyst, educator, archivist, public policy researcher, law student
Six concentrations: English, History, Philosophy, Political Science, Social Science, Sociology, Sustainability
This program provides a comprehensive understanding of individual and group behavior, psychological counseling, and the ethical dimensions of psychology.
Career paths: community service manager, health educator, market research analyst, social services advocate, case manager
Key courses: Introduction to Psychology, Social Psychology, Developmental Psychology
Gain a foundation in the theories, techniques, and ethics of interpersonal, relationship, group, organizational, and mass communication in modern societies.
Career paths: communication professional, public relations specialist, editor, technical writer, underwriter, advertising professional
Key courses: Intro to Communication, Persuasive Communication, Principles of Advertising
With an emphasis on risk management, risk tolerance, and risk mitigation, this expert-taught program provides core competencies that will enable you to protect both public and private organizations from today's urgent threats.
Career paths: cyber risk analyst, information security engineer, security operations analyst, FBI special agent, risk compliance analyst