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

American College Dublin

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing

January 21, 2019
Creative writing touches on all aspects of written communication, with particular emphasis on those that lie outside the purely academic and technical fields. Creative writing draws on the author’s imaginative capacity, stylistic felicity, and originality of composition, insight and expression.

University of Bradford

BEng (Hons) in Civil and Structural Engineering

January 22, 2019
This BEng programme equips you with the underlying knowledge and skills you need to become a creative Civil and Structural Engineer, capable of planning, designing and overseeing the construction of sustainable structures and transport infrastructure systems.

Massey University

Bachelor of Food Technology with Honours

January 21, 2019
Massey University’s Bachelor of Food Technology with Honours is the only degree in Australasia that combines food science, food engineering and food business. 75% of our graduates have jobs within six months of graduating.