是人文学科 & 社科院是您不错的选择? Consider these questions:
- Do you enjoy learning about other people and why they act, dress, and live like they do?
- Do you like to discuss ideas and explore different points of view?
- Do you think carefully about issues, 有时甚至做自己的研究, so you can make a thoughtful, 明智的决定?
- Are you interested in social justice and human rights issues? 如果你对以上任何一个问题的回答是肯定的, read on to learn more about our popular associate degree options!
A degree in humanities and 社会科学 opens a world of possibilities. 我们的传播学学位课程, 一般的研究, 文科, and Psychology/Sociology provide a balanced education in disciplines throughout the liberal arts, 包括美术, 沟通, 文学, 外语, 和历史. 除了, students new to the English language can learn through our extensive ESL课程.
澳门新葡新京在线的 Humanities and 社会科学 programs will help you develop the critical thinking and 有创意的 problem-solving skills you will need for lifelong learning and for active citizenship in a rapidly changing world. 课程横跨多个学科, you will gain the credits and skills you need for seamless transfer to four-year college or university — through Mass转移 或其他公立或私立学院和大学.
读了 课程 对于 CO-沟通, EN-English, PS-Psychology, or SO-Sociology for the current semester.
Learn more about our Humanities and 社会科学 degree and certificate programs:
Associate in Arts Degree Programs
This program enables students to explore a variety of interests and choices from a wide range of subject areas including 业务, 科学, 健康科学, 以及文科. 学生 also complete a course in a career/ life planning to help them assess their options and develop a degree plan to meet their individual needs.
This program is the equivalent of the freshman and sophomore years of a Bachelor of Arts program at a four-year college or university. 学生们获得了广泛的艺术知识, 文学, 历史, 心理学, 社会科学, 科学, 和数学. 除了, 培养学生的写作和口语能力, 批判性思维和解决问题的能力.
This 沟通 program combines liberal arts and 业务 to provide the basic knowledge and skills needed for a 沟通s-related career in 业务. The curriculum offers students the flexibility to develop a concentration that meets a student’s particular interests and needs.
The English Concentration is an option for students who wish to pursue a liberal arts degree and who have academic and career aspirations requiring a strong background in writing/language arts. It includes analysis of the practice in producing academic, 有创意的, 专业, and digital/multi-modal writing. This concentration is appropriate for students considering careers in teaching, 出版, and writing; but also for a wide range of careers in the humanities, 业务, 阀杆, 健康科学.
This program is for students who want to specialize in the social and behavioral 科学s. 学生 gain a solid foundation in the fields of 心理学 and sociology to be used in the workforce or to further their education.
English as a Second Language (ESL)| Classes for College Credit and Non-Credit Classes for TOEFL Preparation
College ESL for Credit
College ESL for College Credit
澳门新葡新京在线 offers a comprehensive program for college-level English as a Second Language. 查找当前大学ESL课程 课程: http://mbccweb.flexyourhead.net . 选择 2021年秋季 in the “Semester” box and ES-English as a Second Language in the “Course Subject” box. 点击课程名称链接阅读课程介绍. You can take courses for college credit to transfer to other colleges, or you can take courses as part of your degree and certificate program at 澳门新葡新京在线. 资料-如何申请澳门新葡新京在线. 澳门新葡新京在线 has support for students, including ESL students, at the Academic Achievement Center. As part of the admissions process, all students take placement tests. Information - Placement Tests for English as a Second Language students.
Non-credit ESL Programs
Non-credit ESL Programs
Noncredit ESL classes help you improve your English to advance in your job, prepare for higher education, 或者在日常交流中获得自信. 学生 practice their English in a supportive and friendly environment with small class sizes and high quality instructors.
- During the Summer, classes are offered in the evenings at our Framingham campus.
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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