Concentrations are available to all declared associate degree students as an option in the Landmark College curriculum.
A concentration is required to earn an associate’s degree in General Studies, but is not required for any of the other associate degrees offered.
A concentration focuses on an area of interest that a student wishes to explore. A concentration could include prerequisite course work that articulates with a Landmark College bachelor’s degree.
A completed concentration is noted on a student’s degree transcript and serves as further demonstration of a student’s intellectual persistence and dedication to a particular academic discipline.
A concentration requires 15 – 16 credits that includes specific concentration course requirements and (in some cases) distribution requirements. Students must earn an average of C or better in all 15 – 16 credits. Students may apply transfer credits towards the achievement of a concentration.