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    Majors and Certificates

    Lackawanna College offers a variety of bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees, and certificate programs for its students in Scranton, Hawley, Hazleton, Towanda, and at the School of Petroleum & Natural Gas and Environmental Education Center.

    Bachelor’s Degrees

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    Associate Degrees


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    Specialized Certificates

    Lackawanna College also offers a wide variety of specialty certificate programming including:

    Conservation and Natural Resource
    Massage Therapist
    Police Academy/ACT 120
    Sustainable Leadership

    Additionally, the College offers nearly 20 Workforce Development training programs through the Office of Continuing Education’s Training Institute.

    Core Curriculum

    All Lackawanna College students are required to complete the Core Curriculum, which ranges from 18 to 27 credits depending on the degree program.

    The following courses fulfill our Core Curriculum requirements:

    College Writing (3 credits)

    Effective Speaking (3 credits)

    College Algebra, Math of Finance or Math Reasoning, or Intro to Statistics and Data Analysis (3 credits)

    Computer Information Systems elective or Core Curriculum elective (3 credits)

    Humanities elective (3 credits)

    Social Science elective (3 credits)

    Natural Science or Laboratory Science elective (3 credits)

    Diversity/Global Studies elective (3 credits)

    Philosophy or Ethics elective (3 credits)

    Total core curriculum requirements range from 18 to 27 credits depending upon the degree program. The Curriculum Guide for each degree program includes a listing of its required core courses.