Cambridge College Program Review
Cambridge College gives working adults the opportunity to advance their careers, take the time to examine their own self development and return to school in an environment that supports their unique learning needs and abilities. Since working adults come to class with years of personal and professional experience, they require nontraditional teaching methods that will help them improve upon their existing skills. Cambridge College understands these unique needs and aims to provide accessible, accelerated programs that turn students into leaders.
Cambridge College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. and is authorized by the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education. The main campus is located in Cambridge, MA, and students are eligible to take medical classes at various partner hospitals and healthcare facilities in the state. Other regional centers are located in Springfield and Lawrence, MA, Ontario, CA, Chesapeake and South Boston, VA, Augusta, GA, and San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Students at Cambridge College can benefit from the small class sizes and flexible class schedules. Courses are offered in the evenings and on weekends to accommodate traditional work schedules and help students find the time to complete their degrees. Courses also combine hands-on experience, theory and practical skills to give students the kind of preparation they need to remain competitive in today's workforce. Undergraduate programs are offered at the certificate and Bachelor's levels, in areas like Juvenile Justice, Medical Coding, Psychology, Human Services and more. Other programs are offered in the School of Education, School of Psychology and Counseling, School of Management, and more. Cambridge College also offers a distance learning program for students who want to study online, and non-degree classes give adult students the opportunity to take extra courses for their own development.