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Your area of study is a reflection of what you want to do with your life, or what interests you most. Whether you're a first-time student or transferring from another university, you can earn an undergraduate degree that will kick-start your career or help you to pursue your passion.
- Athletic Training
- Business Management
- Computer Information Systems
- Computer Science
- Criminal Justice
- Biology Teacher Licensure, B.S.
- Chemistry/General Science Teacher Licensure, B.S.
- Early Childhood Education Licensure, B.S.E.
- Elementary Education Licensure, B.S.E.
- English Teacher Licensure, B.A.
- History Teacher Licensure, B.A.
- Mathematics Teacher Licensure, B.A.
- Music Education, B.A.
- Physical Education Teacher Licensure, B.S.
- Special Education Licensure (5-12), B.S.E.
- Special Education Licensure (PreK-8), B.S.E.
- Vocational Technical Education
- Environmental Science
- Ethnic and Gender Studies
- General Science
- Geography, Planning, and Sustainability
- Health Sciences
- Liberal Studies
- Movement Science
- Political Science
- Social Work
- Spanish, B.A.
- Spanish, Language, Culture, and Literature Concentration, B.A.
- Spanish, Translation and Interpreting Concentration, B.A.
Minor requirements vary for each program and department, but you can choose whatever program you want to complement your major, or to expand your knowledge into other areas of study.
- Art Minors
- Biology Minor
- Business Minors
- Chemistry Minors
- Commercial Recreation & Tourism Minors
- Communication Minor
- Computer & Information Science Minor
- Criminal Justice Minor
- Economics Minor
- English Minors
- Environmental Science Minors
- Ethnic Studies Minors
- French & Francophone Studies Minor
- General Science Minor
- Geography Minors
- History Minor
- Mathematics Minor
- Music Minor
- Movement Science
- Philosophy Minor
- Political Science Minors
- Psychology Minor
- Regional Planning Minors
- Sociology Minors
- Spanish Minor
- Theatre Minors
- U.S. Latino/a Studies Minor
- Women & Gender Studies Minor
If you would like to earn your bachelor's degree as a part-time student, Westfield State offers three scheduling options:
Evening Classes Only
Evening Classes + Some Day Classes
Day Classes Only
If you've graduated from a Massachusetts community college and/or completed the Mass transfer compact, this program will let you complete your bachelor's degree entirely online. Contact the College of Graduate and Continuing Education for details.
The 3 + 3 Bachelor to Juris Doctorate is a rigorous accelerated degree program that allows you to complete both your undergraduate degree and law degree in just six years!
The accelerated dual degree program for undergraduate Elementary Education majors is a sequence of undergraduate and graduate level Education courses packaged together to allow students to complete both their bachelor’s degree, and complete a M.Ed. program in five years.
Westfield State University is offering undergraduate criminal justice students an accelerated pathway to complete their bachelor’s and master’s degree in just 5 years. These students will have the opportunity to enroll in graduate level criminal justice courses in their senior year. This 4+1 program allows for students enrolled in this option to obtain their bachelor’s and master’s degree in criminal justice in less time than it would be to take them separately.