Future-focused Becker College has a 95% graduate placement rate for employment or further study, and prepares 2,100+ students from across the globe to create value in the 21st century.
Becker College is a private, independent, co-educational, four-year institution with undergraduate (associate and bachelor) degrees; graduate degrees; adult education degrees (associate and bachelor's); certificate programs; and a 95% placement rate for employment or further study. Becker serves nearly 2,200 students from 33 states and 26 countries. The College is dedicated to its mission of providing students with a transformational learning experience that prepares them to thrive, contribute to, and lead in a global society.
The College prepares students — across all majors to navigate what experts have described as the greatest velocity of change in human history — through a foundation in learning agility known as The Agile Mindset. Becker believes The Agile Mindset is essential for success in the increasingly complex, automated, and hyper-connected world of the 21st century. It forms the foundation of the College’s new core curricula.
The Agile Mindset merges learning agility and value-creation orientation with a focus on four uniquely human skillsets: empathy to understand the needs of others and inspire innovation; divergent thinking to explore possibilities and discover opportunities where they may not appear to exist; an entrepreneurial outlook to create new value regardless of job position; and social and emotional intelligence to collaborate effectively with others in interdisciplinary teams.
Becker College traces its history to 1784—one of the nation's top-25 oldest institutions of higher learning—with a founding charter signed by American Revolutionaries John Hancock and Samuel Adams.
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