Bachelor Programs

A Bachelor is an undergraduate degree conferred by universities around the world for completion of undergraduate study in one or several discipline. Bachelor degree programs take between 3 to 5 years to complete and further prepare graduates for a career in their chosen field. Obtaining a Bachelor degree offers numerous professional, personal and academic benefits.

Bachelor degrees are available across various fields of study, including the Arts, Business, Engineering and Technology, Law, Humanities, Social Sciences, Biological and Life Sciences, and the Natural Sciences. Within each of those fields of study, numerous practical specializations are available within particular disciplines.

The variety of different Bachelor programs can be overwhelming - don't let it stop you! Start your search by looking at the most popular Bachelor degrees listed below.

Newly added Bachelor programs

The College At Brockport State University Of New York

BA in Dance

November 19, 2017
The Department of Dance at The College at Brockport comprises artists, scholars, and educators who train dancers on the graduate and undergraduate level for a wide variety of careers in the arts as choreographers, performers, teachers, scholars, and leaders in the dance field.

Higher School of Economics

Bachelor’s programme 'HSE and University of London Double Degree Programme in Applied Data Analysis'

November 18, 2017
The aim of this programme is to train analysts and data scientists who are experienced in modern methods of machine learning, software development, working with big data and developing analytical models for business. The programme is based on the successful experience of HSE’s Bachelor’s programme in Applied Mathematics and Informatics and the longstanding wor… [+]k of the London School of Economic and Political Science (University of London). [-]

Mediterranean College, Athens

BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies

November 17, 2017
The aim of the programme is to help students understand children’s development and learning, from the early years to the age of eight, to investigate the challenges and opportunities that arise in the field of educational practice and to examine childhood from different educational perspectives. Students are encouraged to use their own experiences i… [+]n order to learn and comprehend early childhood. [-]

What is a Bachelor Degree?

A Bachelor’s is an undergraduate degree that develops a deep understanding of a subject at the university level. Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BSc) and Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) are a few of the various types of Bachelor’s degree programs. A Bachelor’s degree is a requirement for many career paths, and it is also a pre-requisite for graduate-level academic programs, such as a Master’s or PhD. It typically takes three to four years to complete a Bachelor’s degree, although some programs may take longer

What are the benefits of getting a Bachelor’s degree?
Bachelor’s degree program graduates enjoy a range of benefits, from the professional to the personal. Graduates with a Bachelor’s degree have more career opportunities than those without an undergraduate degree. Additionally, Bachelor’s students learn skills that help them tackle challenges in the working world. Bachelor’s degree programs include requirements that help develop students’ communication skills, decision-making abilities, creative thinking and problem solving potential. Finally, taking a Bachelor’s program allows students to gain a deeper understanding of a subject that fascinates them.

What do we study in a Bachelor’s program?
There are Bachelor’s programs for just about every area of academic study imaginable. Bachelor’s programs are available for topics within the Arts, Biological and Life Sciences, Business, Economics and Administration, Energy, Engineering and Technology, Humanities and Social Sciences, Law and Regulations and the Natural Sciences. Within each of these areas, there are Bachelor’s programs for more specific areas of study, such as Graphic Design, Medicine, Accounting, Environmental Sustainability, Electrical Engineering, Literature, Psychology, Criminal Justice and Physics.

What kind of career improvement can you expect with a Bachelor’s degree?
Whether the prospective student has recently graduated from secondary school, or they are returning to study after several years’ professional experience, one can expect significant career improvement with a Bachelor’s. Employers seek out graduates with Bachelor’s degrees because they have demonstrated their theoretical and practical knowledge of their area of study by passing requisite coursework. Additionally, employers know that Bachelor’s students face challenges within their time at university, which prepare them for the working world.

How much does it cost to take a Bachelor’s degree?
Bachelor’s degree programs vary tremendously in cost, depending on the university, geographic location, area of study and other factors. Some Bachelor’s students qualify for either need-based or merit-based financial aid from their school, community, or another public or private entity. It is best to contact the university admissions department to get specific information about the tuition costs for a Bachelor’s program. They will also be able to provide information about additional costs for supplies or even help estimate living expenses. Admissions departments are also a great resource for finding out about financial aid and scholarships.

Why take a Bachelor’s degree Online?
Now, more than ever before, an Online Bachelor’s degree is a viable option for students who are working, live far away from campus, or have other professional or personal commitments. Online study can be completed on a time schedule that works best for the student, and can be pursued either part time or full time. E-learning technology helps bring the classroom to the students while also providing the opportunity for students to communicate fluidly with their peers and their professors. Learn more about online and on-campus Bachelor’s degree programs around the world and request more information from universities’ admissions departments using the web form on this website.