Begin your career ahead of the work force with one of the Mount's Three-Year Degree programs
Choose from eight undergraduate programs available with custom scheduling options to allow students to earn their degree in three years, instead of four.
Full course loads each semester will challenge the student committed to earning their degree in three years. Save a year's worth of tuition and gain the benefits of experiential education opportunities through co-op or service learning built in to nearly every program.
For more details, select your area of interest:
Accounting: The three-year accounting program emphasizes strong and versatile skills through the development of interpersonal proficiency, analytical abilities and a solid understanding of ethics in the business environment.
Biochemistry: A three-year Biochemistry degree leads to a career in the biochemical or pharmaceutical industry; or continuing studies in medicine, dentistry and other related fields.
Biology: A three-year major in biology prepares students for employment in biological sciences and provides them with an appreciation for the phenomenon of life.
Chemistry: Within the three year Chemistry program, students will develop skills in critical thinking and laboratory techniques that prepare them for work in health care fields and graduate studies.
Music: A program committed to training a versatile, competitive and marketable student who will demonstrate performance ability; comprehend various musical genres and stylistic periods and more.
Sociology: A three year Sociology program helps students understand how human beings relate to each other and offers on-the-job learning experience. Students can choose either the family dynamic track or the social dynamic track.
Psychology: The psychology three-year program provides excellent preparation for careers in mental health, child development, psychological research and education. This is a strong choice if you plan to pursue graduate school.
Pre-requisites are required and vary by program. Consistent meetings with academic advisors are strongly recommended. Summer courses follow an intensive, 6-week format. Three-year programs require taking courses year round.