Regis College offers students more than a degree. The programs and courses offered at Regis College stem from the needs of our students, their career aspirations, as well as the ever-changing workplace. We work one-on-one with students to ensure they can achieve their academic and career goals.
Students can chose from nearly 100 academic programs for both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Every program requires an internship, clinical, or field work experience which ensures students have the skills they need when they graduate. Regis also offers global experiences tied to coursework that helps shape students into leaders who will have significant impact on their professions.
Winter Intersession course registration opening on November 16
Regis’ focus is on supporting student success. First-year students are supported through a First-Year Experience which includes a curriculum and co-curriculum that emphasizes:
The remainder of our Core Curriculum focuses on providing students with the Essential Learning Outcomes in accordance with the Association of American Colleges and Universities and is in line with the Mission of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Boston and the Catholic Intellectual tradition, namely: