If you don’t remember, Bay State College launched its first Information Technology degree program in January 2014. From the start, the goal of the program has been focusing on real-world skills and hands-on experience. After a few years, the Information Technology program has expanded to include the Information Technology Project Management degree, sure to be a popular one.
The time to enter into the web and mobile world is now. Nearly all organizations have a web and mobile presence, and our new Web and Mobile Development concentration helps students enter the field with a strong foundation.
Alumna Dimanne Mota’s eyes light up when she talks about her job, and it’s no wonder why—she works at the happiest place on earth. After graduating from Bay State College’s fashion program in June, she packed her bags and left Boston to join the Disney College Program.
My name is Jennifer Gordon and I am currently a freshman at Bay State College. Let me start off by saying how much I love it here at Bay State. Living in the city gives me such huge freedom to feel like an adult and learn what it is like to be away from home. Also, I have met such amazing friends here and it is starting to feel like we are all family! My classes are teaching me a ton of things about the music industry. It is amazing to have such a great professor with experience…
On November 5, 2016, Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) student Kaitlin Kolesnikoff received the Ruth P. Hall award. This award, offered through the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), is designed to recognize a physical therapy and physical therapist assistant student who demonstrate the professional qualities of dedication and caring which exemplified the Physical Therapy career of its namesake, Ruth Hall.