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University of the District of Columbia Bachelor's Degree Programs

District of Columbia

The University of the District of Columbia (UDC) continues to transform itself over time to meet the changing needs of its students and the community. The University currently offers undergraduate academic degree programs through the following colleges and schools: College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental Sciences (CAUSES); College of Arts and Sciences (CAS); School of Business and Public Administration (SBPA); and School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS).

Institution Type
  • Public
  • Historically Black College (HBCU)
Location
  • District of Columbia
Transportation
  • University Shuttle
  • Driving/Parking
  • Metrorail
  • Bus
Cost of undergraduate attendance
Tuition Per credit
Fees Per Credit
Fees Per Semester
In-State Tuition
Tuition Per Credit
$300
Fees per Semester
$430
Out-of-State Tuition
Tuition Per Credit
$629
Fees per Semester
$430
International Tuition
Tuition Per Credit
$629
Fees per Semester
$430
County Resident Tuition
Tuition Per Credit
N/A
Fees per Credit
N/A
Fees per Semester
N/A
Admissions
Application Deadline
Fall:

May 15 (US students); April 15 (International students)

Spring:

October 15 (US students); September 15 (International students)

Summer:

April 15 (US students); March 15 (International students)

Accepted Secondary Degree:
  • US High School Diploma
  • US GED
  • Non-US High School Diploma
Required Entrance Exams
Exam Name
Accuplacer required for select students
Minimum Score required

0

Exam Name
TOEFL required for select students
Minimum Score required

0

Exam Name
SAT (can be combined with HS GPA)
Minimum Score required

N/A

Documents Required for Submission:
  • Complete Application Form
  • Application Fee
  • Transcripts (High School/GED/Previous College)
Documents Required After Submission:
  • Proof of Residency
  • Immunizations
Admission Contact information
Degrees offered
  • Bachelors Degree
Class schedule
  • Weekday
  • Weekend/Evening
  • Online
Program Areas of Study
  • Department
    Program Area of Study
    Arts and Humanities
      Majors

      Art (BA)

      Digital Media (BA)

      English (BA)

      Music (BM)

  • Department
    Program Area of Study
    Business
      Majors

      Accounting (BBA)

      Business Management (BBA)

      Finance (BBA)

      Management Information Systems (BBA)

      Marketing (BBA)

      Entrepreneurship (Certificate)

      Non-Profit Management and Leadership (Certificate)

      Procurement and Public Contracting (Certificate)

  • Department
    Program Area of Study
    Health and Medicine
      Majors

      Public Health (BS)

      Nursing (AASN)

      Nursing RN to BSN  (BS)

      Nutrition and Dietetics (BS)

      Respiratory Therapy (AAS)

  • Department
    Program Area of Study
    Public and Social Services
      Majors

      Administration of Justice (BA)

      Political Science (BA)

      Urban Sustainability (BA)

  • Department
    Program Area of Study
    Science, Math, and Technology
      Majors

      Architecture (BSc Arch)

      Biology (BS)

      Biomedical Engineering (BS)

      Chemistry (BS)

      Civil Engineering (BS)

      Computer Science (BS)

      Electrical Engineering (BS)

      Information Technology (BS)

      Mathematics (BS)

      Mechanical Engineering (BS)

  • Department
    Program Area of Study
    Social Sciences
      Majors

      Adult Education (Certificate)

      Early Childhood Education (BA)

      Elementary Education (BA)

      Human Development (BA)

      Psychology (BS)

      Social Work (BSW)

      Special Education (BS)

Top Undergraduate Majors Pursued
  • Business Management
  • Political Science
  • Administration of Justice
  • Accounting
  • Social Work
Top Undergraduate Majors by Completion Rate
No result
Admission Contact information
Campus Size
Medium (2,000-15,000)
On-Campus Housing
Yes
Study Abroad
Yes
  • Work-Study
  • Housing/Homeless Resources
  • Transportation
Number of Student Clubs and Organizations:
1-50
Campus Clubs and Organizations
  • Club/Intramural Sports
  • Greek Life (fraternity & sororities)
Demographics
Male
48%
Female
50%
Other
2%
Admission Contact information