If you have previously attended Berklee's Boston-based undergraduate program and are interested in completing your bachelor degree, you might be eligible for Berklee’s degree-completion initiative.
If you have fewer than 90 credits completed you are ineligible for the degree completion initiative, but you may be able to complete a bachelor of professional studies at Berklee Online. Learn more at online.berklee.edu/degrees. You can also contact a Berklee Online advisor at 1 866-BERKLEE with any questions, or to start your application. For students who are local or able to come back to campus, you may re-enroll at Berklee.
If you have completed at least 90 credits toward the bachelor of music degree—with at least 60 credits on the Boston campus—and if you have less than 10 credits to complete within your major concentration, you may be able to complete the degree through directed study, online courses, or a combination of the two. Complete this form to learn more about your options. Once you've filled out this form, if you have further questions please contact email@example.com.
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Berklee Degree Completion: Frequently Asked Questions
Can diploma students take advantage of the degree completion initiative?
At this time, there is no option for you to remotely complete the diploma program.
What is the current cost to students who wish to participate in this program?
Additionally, courses taken at Berklee Online are subject to a different set of costs. You can find more information about BOL tuition and fees here: online.berklee.edu/about/tuition-and-fees