Located on a 50-acre campus just eight miles from downtown Boston, Mass., Lasell College has a 150-year history of educating students. The institution has a total undergraduate enrollment of 1,630 students, and is ranked as 22nd in the 2012 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” list for the “Regional Colleges North” category. The school’s educational philosophy is built upon the concept of connected learning, which combines traditional arts and science courses, professional courses, and educational projects to tackle real issues. All of Lasell’s programs require practical experience through course-based projects, internships, clinical affiliations, and on-site training.
Lasell College offers more than 40 different undergraduate and graduate academic programs. All of Lasell’s bachelor’s degree programs are available in either a hybrid format, which combines both traditional and online education, or entirely online. Courses are delivered in either seven-week classes, intensive two-week long classes, or semester-length classes depending on the class, department, and professor. According to U.S. News & World Report, the most popular majors at Lasell College include fashion merchandising, fashion and apparel design, hospitality administration and management, communication and media studies, and sports and fitness management.
Lasell College is accredited by the Commission on Institution of Higher Education (CIHE) of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). The school has been accredited since 1932.
Specific admissions requirements vary by program, school, and degree level, and students will need to check the individual admission requirements of the particular degree or certificate they are seeking. First-year applicants must submit an application, their complete secondary school transcript, SAT or ACT scores, a personal statement or essay, and two letters of recommendation.
Students wishing to transfer to an online Lasell program from another college or university must also complete an application along with several other items. If you have completed fewer than 30 college credits from an accredited school, you must submit your final secondary school transcript, official college or university transcripts, official SAT or ACT scores, a personal statement or essay, and two recommendations. Students wishing to transfer who have earned 30 or more college credits, or their associate degree, must submit only an application, official transcripts, a personal statement or essay, and two recommendations.
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