Bachelor Degree Completion Program to start in Lake County in fall 2021

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – Sonoma State University is launching a hybrid Bachelor of Science Business Administration Degree Completion Program beginning in fall 2021.

This is the first program developed under the partnership established between Mendocino College, Woodland Community College and SSU.

The program, with a concentration in management, seeks to create a more accessible transfer pathway for students to SSU.

Classes will be offered online, at the Lake Center of Mendocino College and the Lake County Campus of Woodland Community College.

The program is designed for adult learners who need schedule flexibility, often due to work or family obligations.

Additionally, students in this program are eligible for financial aid.

SSU’s School of Extended and International Education and the School of Business and Economics will offer the final 60 units required to complete the bachelor degree, including all business courses and other requirements for graduation (120 total units).

Degrees will be conferred by SSU, and are professionally accredited through the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

Additional information about this program and dates of upcoming information sessions are available on the program website at .

Interested students may also contact their Mendocino/Woodland Community College counselor or SSU Program coordinator and advisor, Nina Mendia, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 707-664-2682.