Degree Programs

At Lyndon, we have more ways than you can imagine to turn your passion into a profession.

The College offers these two- and four-year degree programs plus graduate degrees in Education. All our programs emphasize experiential learning, beginning in the first year. Internships, site-visits, hands-on exercises, travel, and research are central to the education you’ll receive at Lyndon. Lyndon is known for its nationally recognized professional programs, our friendly faculty and staff, and going the extra distance to see that each of our students achieve personal and professional success.

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Atmospheric Sciences/Meteorology

Atmospheric Sciences, B.S.

  • Climate Change
  • Broadcasting
  • National Weather Service/Military
  • Graduate School
  • Private Industry


Business & Accounting

Accounting, B.S.

Business Administration, A.S.

Business Administration, B.S.



Special Education, A.S.

Elementary Education, B.S.

  • Early Childhood Education
  • Elementary Education
  • Special Education – Special Educator (K–8)

Secondary Education:

  • English, B.A.
  • Mathematics, B.A.
  • Natural Sciences, B.S.
  • Social Sciences, B.A.

Master of Education, M.Ed.


Electronic Journalism Arts

Electronic Journalism Arts, A.S.

Electronic Journalism Arts, B.S.


English, Philosophy, And Film Studies

Cinema/Video Production, B.A. (Visual Arts Department )

English, B.A.

  • Film Studies
  • Journalism and Writing
  • Literature and Cultural Studies

Professional Multimedia Communications, A.S.

Professional Multimedia Communications, B.S.

Secondary Education (Licensure Program)


Exercise Science

Exercise Science, B.S.

  • Self-Designed Program
  • Sports Medicine: Pre-professional Athletic Training
  • Sports Medicine: Pre-professional Physical Therapy (Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, or Physicians Assistant)
  • Health and Fitness – Strength and Conditioning

Sports Leadership, B.S.


General Studies & Liberal Studies

Applied Science, A.S.

General Studies A.A.

Liberal Studies B.A.


Master of Arts in Liberal Studies

Content Area



Secondary Education


Mathematics & Computer Science

Computer Science, A.S.

Computer Science, B.S.

  • Atmospheric Sciences
  • Business
  • New Media

Mathematics, B.A.

Secondary Education (Licensure Program)


Mountain Recreation Management

Mountain Recreation Management, B.S.

  • Adventure Leadership
  • Mountain Resort Management
  • Recreation Resource Management


Music & Performing Arts

Audio Production, A.S.

Music and Self-Promotion, A.S.

Music Industry Management, A.S.

Music Business and Industry, B.S.

  • Business
  • E-Music Composition
  • Management
  • Music and Self-Promotion
  • Production
  • Radio


Natural Sciences

Environmental Science, B.S.

Natural Sciences, B.S.

Sustainability Studies, B.S.

Secondary Education (Licensure Program)



Applied Psychology and Human Services, B.S.

Human Services, A.S.


Social Sciences

Criminal Justice, B.S.

Social Sciences, B.A.

  • Anthropology and Sociology
  • Global Studies
  • History
  • Social Science
  • Secondary Education (Licensure Program)


Visual Arts

Animation/Illustration, B.F.A.

Cinema/Video Production, B.A.

Graphic Design, B.F.A.

Photography, A.S.

Visual Arts, A.S.

Visual Communications, A.S.

Visual Communications, B.A.


Master Of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

Special Education

Licensure Program in Elementary Education

Licensure Programs: Secondary Education (English, Math, Science or Social Science)

K–12 Reading/English Language Arts Specialist

Educational Technology


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