Baccalaureate Degree Programs

YOUR FUTURE IS HERE

As  an undergraduate, you can be a part of something amazing. We call it the Marymount experience––Classes that are comfortable, not crowded, with an average student to instructor ratio of 18:1; a learning environment that is state of the art, with "real world" professors who are truly invested in your education; and a University that values sports and recreation as an essential part of collegiate life, with plentiful opportunities for both. All this, plus three diverse campuses––One with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and Catalina Island; another just steps away from one of the world's busiest ports––the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro; and a third in the picturesque rural community of Lake County. If your goal is to be involved in your campus community on a personal level and not be just a face in the crowd, Marymount may be just what you’re looking for.

YOUR FUTURE IS NOW

Marymount California University offers Bachelor’s degree programs in Business, Media Studies, Psychology and Liberal Arts. 

YOUR FUTURE IS AMAZING

For years, we have offered our students countless co-curricular opportunities that help develop character and life skills, analytical ability and diverse perspectives outside the classroom. Moving beyond the personalized academic skill building, counseling and mentoring that are a part of every Marymount student’s experience, these opportunities include global travel to places like England, China and Cuba, volunteerism in many community-based organizations and career-inspiring internships. We require our students to participate in the world around them so they gain valuable experience for life in the real world. As a Catholic institution of higher learning, students of all faiths and backgrounds are welcomed into a quality, values-based education. In the spirit of our founders, the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary, we challenge our students to pursue lives of leadership and service.

FIVE-YEAR B.A./M.S.PATHWAY OPTION

The fi­ve-year B.A./M.S. pathway option is available for qualified Marymount undergraduate students who wish to apply for admission to the graduate program in their junior year. Accepted students will begin taking graduate courses (up to nine units) in their senior year and ­finish their master’s degree within 15 months. Learn more

THE ADVISEMENT AND CAREER CENTER

The first step in reaching any goal is believing you can. Marymount offers outstanding resources to help you be successful in reaching your goals.

• Academic Advising – Your academic advisor will help you create an education plan that maps out degree requirements and how to effectively meet them  

• Career Counseling – You can access the latest job market information and strategies to help you achieve your desired career path, along with University major evaluations, graduate school information, resume and interview preparation assistance and career advising to start you on your way

• Internships – We provide the coordination necessary for a productive and successful internship experience––helping you to identify goals and interests, and connecting you with established professionals who can help you gain the hands-on experience you need to be successful

STUDY ABROAD

Whether you are earning your Associate's or Bachelor’s Degree, you can spend a semester "living" your studies at one of our exciting international locations, such as London, Beijing, Vienna, or Geneva. Check out all of the worldwide campuses to choose from at Marymount California University's Study Abroad Program.  

SERVICE LEARNING PROGRAM

The Marymount Service Learning Program serves as a resource to assist faculty in integrating mission-related service projects into the classroom curriculum. This allows for dynamic classroom communities, which are focused on helping students apply core educational concepts to the real world in a meaningful way. The Office of Service Learning also assists clubs and individual students desiring to connect to local service agencies to pursue volunteer work.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

Our curriculum emphasizes a logical progression of learning, supported by experiential service learning, and supplemented by a broad choice of leadership, wellness, service, intercultural, and spiritual opportunities.

All Marymount California University undergraduates complete the University's liberal education requirements. Bachelor of Arts candidates continue on to complete the upper division requirements specific to their chosen program, culminating in individual senior capstone projects. Each Bachelor's degree candidate is able to present a curricular transcript and an electronic portfolio upon graduation.

Amazing Lives in View

We know your future will be amazing.  Your future is happening now at Marymount California University. Come be part of the Marymount experience.

 
 
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