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Curry College is proud to partner with ONCAMPUS Boston, offering programs for international students to succeed – academically, personally, and professionally. ONCAMPUS Boston is a 1–year university transfer program that enables you to earn college credit while gaining a deeper understanding of the U.S., its education system, and which options are best for you.

Download the ONCAMPUS Boston/Curry College Brochure
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Explore Curry College

Curry College was founded in 1879 and has a rich history as a forward looking institution that emphasizes individualized education, academic preparation, and personal development. Recognized as a world-leading institution for individualized education, we continuously focus on the particular learning needs of each student.

We are known for our diverse liberal arts curriculum as well as career-focused programs in exciting professional fields. With exceptional facilities, including state-of-the-art labs and study spaces, your education at Curry will be individualized, experiential, and at the leading edge of 21st Century learning.


Guaranteed Progression

Our classes accommodate the opportunity for high-quality daytime work and internships for college credits. Successfully pass your International Freshman Year, and get the freedom to choose to progress to Year 2 with a wide range of majors.

Some of our newest majors include:

  • Computer Science
  • Forensic Science
  • Graphic Design
  • Marketing
  • Sport and Recreation Management

Check out a full list of our academic program offerings


Curry produces graduates who are prepared to engage in a complex and changing global world. Internships are a key factor in job marketability after graduation, and the Internship Program at Curry offers students the opportunity to explore a variety of career paths by learning about their interests, skills, strengths, and values while acquiring college credits.

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Required Courses

Semester 1:

Academic Writing Process
Reading, Writing, Research I
College level Math

Semester 2:

Reading, Writing, Research I
Reading, Writing, Research II
Fundamentals of Communication

Major Courses, General Education Courses, and Electives

Semester 1 (CHOOSE 2-3):

Introduction to Business
Elective (see list below)

Semester 2 (CHOOSE 2-3):

Human Resource Management
Elective (see list below)

Electives and General Education:

Discovering Boston
Introduction to Sociology
Arts Immersion
Introduction to Psychology
Music of the World
The Sciences

Additional Support Classes:

English for Academic Purposes
University Success Class