Welcome to Academics at Bay College. We invite you to explore our program opportunities. Areas of study lead to an Associate in Arts (A.A.), or an Associate in Science (A.S.), or an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree to transfer to a four-year college or university. Both the A.A.S. and certificates will give you the skills you need to move directly into the workforce.
Bay College also provides many programs and services to support your learning needs, including peer tutoring, supplemental instruction, and a Math-Science Center for group and individualized support. Transitional Studies helps you to prepare for college-level work, and a dual credit program provides high school students who have a strong academic background to advance at the college level. The Bay College Honors program is designed for those of you who seek higher level studies.
Traditional day and evening classroom courses that lead to a degree or to continuing learning, as well as online courses, give you the flexibility you need to pursue your academic goals. Small classes provide opportunities for you to get to know your professors and classmates, and to understand what’s required of you.
Whatever your learning goals are, the faculty and staff at Bay College are prepared to help you be successful. Please take a look at the areas of study on the following website pages and begin your journey at Bay.