Academic Programs & Degrees
For more detailed information on our programs and degrees, as well as course information, policies, and procedures please see the Landmark College Academic Catalog.
Landmark College offers three bachelor's degree programs that can be used for career preparation or as the foundation for a graduate degree.
- Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies
- Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Landmark College's associate degree programs can be used for career preparation or as the foundation for a bachelor's degree.
Students pursuing an associate degree may choose to augment it with an Academic Concentration.
Create learning environments in which all students thrive, regardless of their learning preferences and abilities, by earning a Certificate in Universal Design: Technology Integration.
The UD-TI Certificate program is designed for professionals and graduate students in the fields of education, technology and support services. Students in the program:
- Discover the dynamic role of assistive technology in creating accessible instruction within the context of Universal Design
- Create materials based on the principles of Universal Design that can be used immediately to enhance educational practices
- Acquire in-depth understanding of principles and applications of Universal Design in education
- Learn up-to-date information about neuro-developmental conditions that affect learning, such as dyslexia and other learning disabilities, ADHD, and ASD