Landmark College’s academic degree programs satisfy requirements for the first two years of study at most four-year colleges and universities.
Today, more than ever, students with language based learning disabilities, ADHD or ASD realize the benefit of completing an associate degree as one way to gain successful academic experience, decide on career interests, and perhaps move toward the completion of a B.A. degree.
Landmark College's academic degree programs in Life Sciences, Computer Science/Gaming, Liberal Studies, and Business Studies satisfy requirements for the first two years of study at most four-year colleges and universities. Through our unique educational program, you'll learn more than just the college coursework needed to graduate. As a Landmark College student, you'll learn the academic strategies you need in order to be successful.
A business degree from Landmark College will give students the fundamental skills and knowledge they need to compete successfully in today's business world — whether you're planning to immediately enter the workforce or continue your business studies. The program allows students to develop the skills required for all disciplines of business by completing a professional core, but also provides students the flexibility to explore the various aspects of business including:
- Human Resources Management
- Organizational Behavior
What Can You Do With A Business Degree?
Through our "hands-on" business Programs, students will develop a basic knowledge of business needed for an entry-level administrative support or managerial position. Our associate degree also provide the groundwork to pursue continued studies at a four-year institution as a business major.
Pursing an associate degree in business studies will help provide students with the skills needed to launch a career in today's competitive business environment or move into a bachelor’s degree program.
Students build a broad foundation grounded in liberal arts. Whether working with an indigenous community in Chile, getting their feet wet and hands dirty researching aquatic biology or mentoring local grade school children, in this degree students have the chance to explore different fields of inquiry.
Liberal Arts is our most challenging self-directed associate degree program. Use it to develop academic passions and to explore areas of interest through our sophomore level curriculum.
The fastest growing occupations are predicted to be in the computing field, with increased demands for computer systems engineers and computer programmers. The Computer Science/Gaming degree is a pathway for students to enter these exciting fields and contribute to technological advancement and innovation. Instruction in computer science courses is project-based and highly interactive, to encourage student exploration. Throughout the program, students will determine the areas of the software or digital games industry that is a best fit with their strengths, interests and goals. The Computer Science/Gaming degree is designed to help students who learn differently gain access to a wide range of technical four-year programs.
Apply now to earn your degree in this fast growing field.
Landmark College is pleased to announce its new academic degree program—the A.S. in Life Sciences. This new, interdisciplinary major launched in Fall 2012.
Hands-on scientific inquiry is one of the most exciting and meaningful ways to learn, and that is particularly true for students with learning differences. The principles of scientific investigation will form the foundation of the Life Sciences program—and as with all other Landmark academic programs, the Life Sciences program will be integrated with the College’s proven program to develop effective learning strategies and assistive technology skills.
Apply now to be part of this exciting degree program.
At the heart of all the Landmark College associate degree programs is a 22-credit Common Core.
A.A in Liberal Studies Goals
A.S. in Life Sciences Goals
B.A. in Liberal Studies Goals (Scheduled for review by Academic Department and Faculty Senate Fall 2013)
A.A.in Business Studies Goals
Program Review Schedule