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Academic Opportunities

A classroom of undergraduate students of various ethnic backgrounds an gender presentations.

Rosemont students enjoy many innovative academic opportunities, including internships, experiential learning, study abroad trips, cross-registration at other schools, and concurrent degree programs that allow you to earn an undergraduate and graduate degree in less time.

We also offer post-bacc programs to prepare students for medical school and an Honors Program. For information on advanced programs in business and the health sciences, check out our academic partnerships.


Honors Program 

The Honors Program is a community of like-minded students who thrive in an atmosphere that is personal, challenging, and rewarding.

Take special courses, designed by our faculty from across disciplines. Make the very most of your college experience-both inside and outside the classroom.


Dual Degrees

Begin graduate courses as early as your junior year, and transfer seamlessly to Rosemont’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies.

After an application process and formal acceptance to the program, complete your undergraduate and graduate degrees in as early as five years.


Academic Explorations

Rosemont College’s Academic Exploration Program (AEP) addresses the needs of first-year and undecided students by providing answers to those concerns.

Network with faculty, upper-level students, administrators, and alumni to assist you with exploring your interests, strengths, and passions.


Post-Bacc Medical

Rosemont College’s post-baccalaureate pre-medical program is designed to prepare students to enter graduate or professional school programs in the healthcare fields. This program serves two groups of students: career changers and/or record enhancers.


Three-Year Programs

A unique opportunity for highly motivated and academically prepared students, faculty advisors customize a three-year degree plan that includes any advanced placement or other college-level work you may have already completed.