Lackawanna College currently offers the following bachelor’s degree programs:
- Criminal Justice
- Healthcare Management*
- Hospitality Management
- Human Services
- Professional Studies – Writing Concentration
- Restaurant & Foodservice Management – Baking & Pastry Concentration
- Restaurant & Foodservice Management – Culinary Arts Concentration
*Only students completing a health sciences associate degree (not Pre-Allied Health) can apply for this degree.
**Available only to active licensed registered nurses.
Students attending the satellite centers have the option to attend ground classes at the Scranton campus, some limited offerings at their center, or they may schedule bachelor level courses in the online format.
Our AA/AS programs seamlessly transition into our comparable BA/BS degrees for currently enrolled students. The Registrar’s Office and appropriate academic department will also review previously completed coursework for any student considering one of our BS programs.
Graduates of Lackawanna College who wish to continue their education are regularly accepted for transfer into four-year colleges and universities as long as they meet the requirements of the chosen institution. To assist interested students, the Director of Advising Services remains in constant contact with representatives from all area colleges and keeps up-to-date information concerning transferability.
Articulation agreements are also in place with numerous public and private universities.
The Office of Advising Services can assist students in gathering information on four-year colleges, selecting a four-year college and major, and resolving problems that arise in the academic transfer process.
For more information on transferring from Lackawanna College to most local colleges and universities, click the box below.