Program Courses

Students studying in the lower level of Blake Student Commons

Women as Empowered Learners and Leaders
WEL 100 (3 credits)
An interdisciplinary course, designed to give all students entering Bay Path College a common experience and foundation for their education. This course is an introduction to the College, to academic study, and to various approaches to thinking about personal potential, to understand the process of becoming a learner and composing a life, to appreciate beauty, and work actively toward establishing community and justice in the context of being a woman at the beginning of the 21st century.

Present Yourself
WEL 200 (3 credits)
Persuasive speaking is about achieving a specific outcome. It is aimed at getting an audience to take certain action. But to succeed, you must first either change their attitudes and beliefs or reinforce attitudes and beliefs they already hold. You begin by planning and preparing and by focusing clearly on the outcome you want to achieve and the means to achieve it. This course is designed to help students build the skills necessary to achieve these results. Students will be asked to present weekly, under different circumstances and to different audiences.

Work Life Summit
WEL 300 (1 credit)
(This course is graded Pass/Fail.)
In their junior year before the opening of the spring semester, baccalaureate degree students will be offered a special opportunity to learn up-to-date information about the current work world in an intensive two-and-a-half-day workshop format. Students will meet successful professionals who will discuss the challenges and opportunities of their respective fields and help students prepare for interviews, as well as learn how to navigate the early stages of their new careers.