Get started with Robotics at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) is a public, residential, liberal arts college in North Adams, Massachusetts. It is part of the state university system of Massachusetts.[3] It is a member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges. Originally established as part of the state's normal school system for training teachers, it now offers a wide variety of programs leading to Bachelor of Science and Arts degrees, as well as a Master of Education track.

Contact Information

Address
375 Church Street, North Adams, Massachusetts 01247
Email
D.Eve@mcla.edu
Phone
(413) 662-5595

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MCLA awards the Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science on the undergraduate level and also confers master's degrees in both education and business administration, as well as a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS). MCLA offers 19 major programs of study and 35 minors. On average, MCLA offers 300 academic courses each semester. Graduation from MCLA requires completing 120 credits of academic work. From these 120 credits, about 40 should be college-wide core curriculum credits. Another 40 credits are required to complete a major. Like many higher education programs, 40 upper-division credits are also required. MCLA has a college residence requirement saying at least 45 credits must be earned in residence at the college. Students must earn at least a 2.0 grade point average overall and a 2.0 in their major.

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