Undergraduate Degrees and Programs
An Undergraduate degree involves completing university and class requirements to attain a bachelor's degree. Major is the term commonly used to refer to the field of concentration. The most common scheme consists of four years of study leading to a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), a Bachelor of Science (B.S.), or occasionally to another bachelor's degree such as Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.), Bachelor of Social Work (B.S.W.), Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.,) or Bachelor of Philosophy (B.Phil.).
Professional degrees such as medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, and law, are offered as graduate study after receiving at least three years of undergraduate education or after earning a bachelor's degree depending on the program. These professional fields do not require a specific undergraduate major, though medicine, pharmacy, and dentistry have set prerequisite courses that must be taken before enrollment.
Go Campus offers diverse university options towards areas of study defined by the participants. Students should contact our local educational advisors to receive a detailed description of the degree of interest.