Admission

Reach New Heights—Your Way

At Woods College, students benefit from the resources of a nationally ranked research university in an intimate atmosphere. Accomplished faculty who are leading scholars and industry practitioners teach rigorous courses and support students as they accomplish their goals—no matter where students are in their academic and professional journeys.

Our programs and certificate options are also flexible—with full-time and part-time options—and students have opportunities to take courses offered by other Boston College schools.

Our Jesuit, Catholic ideals—including the commitment to cura personalis, or care for the whole person—illuminate everything we do. We devote personalized attention to our students, prioritize their distinct needs, and emphasize character formation.

Woods College Programs, Degrees & Certificates

Bachelor of Arts Program

Choose from 14 majors while acquiring a liberal arts education that remains steadfastly relevant in a rapidly changing and increasingly complex world. Nearly half our students enhance their education with a professional studies certificate.

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Master’s Programs

Our five programs—Applied Economics, Cybersecurity Policy & Governance, Healthcare Administration, Leadership & Administration, and Sports Administration—all adjust to market and employer demands and impart immediately applicable skills.

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Certificates

Nine undergraduate, five graduate certificates, and robust nondegree programs help professionals of varying experience levels advance their skills and improve their competitiveness in the job market.

 

Nondegree

Interested in taking courses before committing to a major or program? Individuals wishing to attend evening classes without being in a degree program may take undergraduate courses as nondegree students. Normal tuition costs will apply. 

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Accounting
Advertising
Architecture
Biology
Business Management
Career Development
Communication
Corporate Systems
Criminal and Social Justice
Economics
Education
English
Film
Finance
Fine Arts
History

Information Systems
and Technology
Journalism
Language
Law
Marketing
Mathematics
McMullen Art Course
Nutrition
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Public Relations
Science
Sociology
Theology

Tuition (cost per credit)

$475

Undergraduate, academic year

$804 - $1,100

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Student Voices

Woods students bring a tremendous variety of life experiences, personal interests, and professional goals to campus. Together with our supportive faculty and staff, they make up our dynamic, welcoming community.

 

Experience Our Campus

St. Mary’s Hall South—our recently renovated space located in the heart of campus across Linden Lane from Bapst Library—is host to a variety of prospective student events and where you’ll find admission advisors, the Woods College main administrative offices, and administrative deans.

 

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