The University of Bridgeport’s Waterbury Center offers graduate programs in Education and adult accelerated, undergraduate programs in human services, psychology and general studies through the IDEAL program. The Waterbury Center is conveniently located near Interstate 84 in a modern office park near the Cheshire town line.
- M.S. in Elementary Education or M.S. in Secondary Education: Part-time evenings and weekends
- M.S. in Elementary Education or M.S. in Secondary Education: w/internship (Full-time, tuition paid) – 15 months
- Teaching Certification (Elementary and Secondary)
- Courses leading to Sixth Year, Teacher Leadership, Reading, and Administration Certificates
Undergraduate Degree Programs
Part-time students may earn the following UB degrees through the IDEAL Program:
A.A. General Studies
B.S. General Studies
Social Science Online
B.S. Human Services
B.S. Professional Studies
Human Resource Administration
Organizational Leadership & Change
B.S. Professional Studies Online
Healthcare Administration Online
Human Resource Administration Online
Organizational Leadership & Change Online
B.S. Human Services & Psychology (Double Major)
The Waterbury Center features ten (10) classrooms, a computer lab, conference room, four (4) administrative offices, (3) faculty offices, a student lounge, and an outdoor patio. Classes are scheduled at the Waterbury Center 6 days a week, throughout the year.
You’re invited to the IDEAL Program Information Session at our Waterbury Center!
Review of the program, meet fellow prospective students, and discuss your educational goals with an Admissions Counselor to learn how you can complete your degree in Waterbury.
• IDEAL Program structure
• Academic offerings
• Transfer policy
• Admissions requirements
• Program cost and financial aid
Session begins at 6:00 p.m.
ABOUT THE IDEAL PROGRAM
The IDEAL Program offers accelerated evening, weekend, and online courses for adults, age 23 or older, who are working to complete their undergraduate degree while managing work, family and life in general. Most courses are offered on a rolling basis; every five or eight weeks.