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Bachelor's Degree Completion
Bachelor of Arts in Multidisciplinary Studies
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Bachelor of Science in Human Services
Bachelor of Science in Management Studies
Master of Management
MM37 -- for students with bachelor's degree (37-46 credits)
MM55 -- for experienced managers without bachelor's degree (55-58 credits)
Master of Education -- professional advancement programs for Spring 2013 enrollment
Interdisciplinary Studies -- flexible course requirements
Psychological Studies -- for careers that do not focus on direct clinical work.
Special Education (preK-8) -- moderate disabilities, non-licensure
Special Education (5-12) -- moderate disabilities, non-licensure
Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies
Curriculum & Instruction
Continuing students only
Psychological Studies -- for continuing students who began prior to the Fall 2012
Educator Licensure Programs -- continuing students only
Cambridge College has temporarily suspended new enrollment in out of state educator licensure programs while pursuing national accreditation through the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC), except for Puerto Rico which continues to accept new enrollment in its certificate program with limited jurisdiction to Puerto Rico.
Master of Education degrees for educator licensure -- continuing students only
Early Childhood Education (students without disabilities only; non-licensure option available)
Elementary Education (non-licensure option available)
English as a Second Language (non-licensure option available)
School Guidance Counselor
School Administration (non-licensure option available)
Special Education (moderate disabilities)
Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies -- continuing students only
School Administration - licensure (non-licensure option available)
Cambridge College Online Library -- Full-featured virtual library, easily accessed from any internet-enabled computer (log-in required).
Chesapeake Academic & Public Libraries -- Guide to academic, public and online library resources available to Virginia residents.
Articulation Agreements are partnerships between Cambridge College and the Community Colleges that facilitate the easy transfer of credits from other institutions to Cambridge College. When students complete an associate's degree at an articulated college, they can transfer in all eligible credits earned when they enroll in a related degree program at Cambridge College.
J. Sergeant Reynolds Community College
John Tyler Community College
Paul D. Camp Community College
Thomas Nelson Community College
Tidewater Community College
College of the Albemarle
Halifax Community College
Roanoke-Chowan Community College
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