|Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses
|300 The Fenway, Boston, Massachusetts 02115, United States of America
|(+1 617) 521-2051
|(+1 617) 521-3190
|Admission E-mail address
|Contact for application
|Total No. of students
|Accounting Art, General Arts Management Biochemistry Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Other Biology/ Biological Sciences, General Business, Mgmt., Mktg., & Related Support Services Business Admin. & Management, General Business Administration/Management Chemistry, General Communications Studies/ Speech Comm. & Rhetoric Computer and Information Sciences, General Early Childhood Education and Teaching Economics, General Education, General Education, Other Elementary Education and Teaching English Language and Literature, General English Language and Literature/ Letters, Other Finance, General French Language and Literature General Retailing Operations Graphic and Printing Equipment Operator, General Health/ Health Care Administration/Management History, General International Business/Trade/Commerce International Relations and Affairs Lib. Art & Sci., Gen. Stud. & Human., Oth. Library Science/ Librarianship Marketing Ops./Marketing & Distrib., Other Mathematics, General Nursing-Registered Nurse Training (RN/ASN/BSN/MSN) Nutritional Sciences Philosophy Physical Therapy/Therapist Physics, General Psychology, General Public Administration and Services, Othe Public Policy Analysis Public Relations & Organizational Commun. Sociology Spanish Language and Literature Women's Studies
|Undergraduate and Graduate TOEFL
Located in the historic Fenway area of Boston, Massachusetts, Simmons College has educated women for enriching careers and useful, independent lives for nearly a century. A private, four-year women's college founded in 1899, Simmons offers over 40 undergraduate degrees in the liberal arts and professional areas. Advanced graduate degrees are offered through the College of Arts and Science and Professional Studies and through the Schools of Social Work, Library and Information Science, Management and Health Studies. The Dorothea Lynde Dix Scholars Program offers undergraduate degrees to women beyond the age of traditional college students. Simmons is best known for its small classes, access to the faculty and internship opportunities. One of the main goals of a Simmons education is to prepare women to be well-informed, open minded, and intellectually curious. In keeping with this objective, the Simmons approach to liberal arts education is flexible, and the curriculum allows each student to develop a program suited to her individual interests and career plans.
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