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2014 Springfield College Football Roster

Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School Major
No.: 1 Andres Martin full bio Andres Martin Cl.: Gr. Pos.: HB Ht.: 5-8 Wt.: 175 Hometown/High School: Torrington, Conn. / Torrington Major: Business Management
No.: 3 Anthony West full bio Anthony West Cl.: Jr. Pos.: CB Ht.: 5-8 Wt.: 165 Hometown/High School: Roxbury, Mass. / Concord-Carlisle Major: Business Management
No.: 4 Franco Bianchi full bio Franco Bianchi Cl.: Sr. Pos.: HB Ht.: 5-10 Wt.: 200 Hometown/High School: Poughquag, N.Y. / Arlington Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 5 James Perry full bio James Perry Cl.: Sr. Pos.: LB Ht.: 6-2 Wt.: 185 Hometown/High School: Wilmington, Mass. / Wilmington Major: Business Management
No.: 6 Keith Rodman full bio Keith Rodman Cl.: Jr. Pos.: FB Ht.: 5-9 Wt.: 215 Hometown/High School: Northvale, N.J. / North Valley Regional Major: Communications/Sports Journalism
No.: 7 Jared Rivera full bio Jared Rivera Cl.: Jr. Pos.: LB Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 195 Hometown/High School: Hazlet, N.J. / Raritan Major: Business Management
No.: 8 Kenny Calaj full bio Kenny Calaj Cl.: So. Pos.: LB Ht.: 5-10 Wt.: 215 Hometown/High School: Everett, Mass. / Everett Major: Applied Exercise Science
No.: 9 Rob Mendoza full bio Rob Mendoza Cl.: Sr. Pos.: WR Ht.: 5-10 Wt.: 190 Hometown/High School: Yorktown Heights, N.Y. / Somers Major: Applied Exercise Science
No.: 10 Jake Eglintine full bio Jake Eglintine Cl.: Fr. Pos.: QB Ht.: 5-9 Wt.: 180 Hometown/High School: Gansevoort, N.Y. / Saratoga Springs Major: Applied Exercise Science
No.: 11 Max Ford full bio Max Ford Cl.: Sr. Pos.: DE Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 230 Hometown/High School: Bloomfield, Conn. / Bloomfield Major: Youth Development
No.: 12 Marvin Bonhomme full bio Marvin Bonhomme Cl.: Jr. Pos.: CB Ht.: 5-10 Wt.: 170 Hometown/High School: Cambridge, Mass. / Cambridge Rindge Major: Health Science
No.: 13 Blake Joppy full bio Blake Joppy Cl.: So. Pos.: HB Ht.: 5-7 Wt.: 150 Hometown/High School: Clarksburg, Md. / Proctor Academy Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 14 Matt Berni full bio Matt Berni Cl.: Jr. Pos.: LB Ht.: 5-10 Wt.: 190 Hometown/High School: Scarsdale, N.Y. / Iona Prep Major: Applied Exercise Science
No.: 15 Steve Comee full bio Steve Comee Cl.: Fr. Pos.: HB Ht.: 5-9 Wt.: 180 Hometown/High School: Agawam, Mass. / Agawam Major: Physical Education
No.: 16 Nick Ruiz full bio Nick Ruiz Cl.: Fr. Pos.: DB Ht.: 5-9 Wt.: 190 Hometown/High School: Taunton, Mass. / Taunton Major: Sport Management
No.: 17 Reggie Thelemaque full bio Reggie Thelemaque Cl.: Fr. Pos.: QB Ht.: 6-1 Wt.: 200 Hometown/High School: Medford, Mass. / Medford Major: Sports Biology
No.: 18 Michael Barbuto full bio Michael Barbuto Cl.: So. Pos.: CB Ht.: 5-9 Wt.: 170 Hometown/High School: New Rochelle, N.Y. / Iona Prep Major: Sport Management
No.: 19 Tim O'Brien full bio Tim O'Brien Cl.: Jr. Pos.: QB Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 190 Hometown/High School: E. Bridgewater, Mass. / E. Bridgewater Major: Physical Education
No.: 20 Daniel Crawford full bio Daniel Crawford Cl.: Jr. Pos.: CB Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 190 Hometown/High School: Haddon Heights, N.J. / Camden Catholic Major: Applied Exercise Science
No.: 21 Pat Tuths full bio Pat Tuths Cl.: Sr. Pos.: LB Ht.: 5-10 Wt.: 230 Hometown/High School: Rochester, N.Y. / Southampton Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 22 Nick Welsh full bio Nick Welsh Cl.: So. Pos.: FS Ht.: 5-9 Wt.: 170 Hometown/High School: Middletown, Conn. / Middletown Major: Sports Biology
No.: 23 Jason Pineda full bio Jason Pineda Cl.: Jr. Pos.: CB Ht.: 5-10 Wt.: 175 Hometown/High School: Weehawken, N.J. / Weehawken Major: Sport Management
No.: 24 Andrew Alty full bio Andrew Alty Cl.: Jr. Pos.: HB Ht.: 5-7 Wt.: 165 Hometown/High School: Norwood, Mass. / Norwood Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 25 Caine Caldwell full bio Caine Caldwell Cl.: Fr. Pos.: HB Ht.: 5-9 Wt.: 175 Hometown/High School: Bronx, N.Y. / John F. Kennedy Major: Mathematics
No.: 26 Michael Mastroianni full bio Michael Mastroianni Cl.: Jr. Pos.: FB Ht.: 5-8 Wt.: 180 Hometown/High School: Durham, Conn. / Xavier Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 27 Luke Jimenez full bio Luke Jimenez Cl.: Fr. Pos.: CB Ht.: 5-9 Wt.: 155 Hometown/High School: Waldwick, N.J. / Waldwick Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 28 Taumeras Howard full bio Taumeras Howard Cl.: So. Pos.: WR Ht.: 5-9 Wt.: 155 Hometown/High School: Jamesville, N.Y. / Jamesville-Dewitt Major: Sport Management
No.: 29 Christopher Young full bio Christopher Young Cl.: Fr. Pos.: HB Ht.: 5-8 Wt.: 165 Hometown/High School: Rocky Hill, Conn. / Rocky Hill Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 30 Christian Costa full bio Christian Costa Cl.: Fr. Pos.: CB Ht.: 5-11 Wt.: 205 Hometown/High School: Salem, Mass. / Salem Major: Sport Management
No.: 31 Drew Brown full bio Drew Brown Cl.: Jr. Pos.: HB Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 180 Hometown/High School: Barrington, R.I. / Barrington Major: Computer and Information Sciences
No.: 32 Jamar Hinds-Robinson full bio Jamar Hinds-Robinson Cl.: Fr. Pos.: CB Ht.: 5-6 Wt.: 145 Hometown/High School: Trumbull, Conn. / Trumbull Major: Undeclared
No.: 33 Nick Valles full bio Nick Valles Cl.: So. Pos.: HB Ht.: 5-9 Wt.: 195 Hometown/High School: Danvers, Mass. / Danvers Major: Communications/ Sports Journalism
No.: 34 Billy DeLay full bio Billy DeLay Cl.: So. Pos.: HB Ht.: 5-9 Wt.: 180 Hometown/High School: Congers, N.Y. / Clarkstown North Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 35 Stephen Speidel full bio Stephen Speidel Cl.: Fr. Pos.: FB Ht.: 5-7 Wt.: 235 Hometown/High School: Sussex, N.J. / Depaul Catholic Major: Business Management
No.: 36 Rocco DiStefano full bio Rocco DiStefano Cl.: Jr. Pos.: HB Ht.: 5-7 Wt.: 175 Hometown/High School: Webster, Mass. / Bartlett Major: Sports Biology
No.: 37 Thomas Lent full bio Thomas Lent Cl.: So. Pos.: FB Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 200 Hometown/High School: New City, N.Y. / Clarkstown South Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 38 Mike Foley full bio Mike Foley Cl.: Fr. Pos.: K/P Ht.: 5-9 Wt.: 155 Hometown/High School: Cranston, R.I. / Cranston West Major: Sport Management
No.: 39 Derwohn Bartley full bio Derwohn Bartley Cl.: So. Pos.: CB Ht.: 5-10 Wt.: 230 Hometown/High School: Nyack, N.Y. / Nyack Major: Physical Education
No.: 39 Tyler Hyde full bio Tyler Hyde Cl.: Fr. Pos.: HB Ht.: 5-10 Wt.: 180 Hometown/High School: Plantsville, Conn. / Southington Major: Sport Management
No.: 40 Andre Galarza full bio Andre Galarza Cl.: Sr. Pos.: LB Ht.: 5-10 Wt.: 200 Hometown/High School: Brandon, Fla. / Brandon Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 41 Danny Macalena full bio Danny Macalena Cl.: Sr. Pos.: LB Ht.: 5-10 Wt.: 235 Hometown/High School: Congers, N.Y. / Clarkstown North Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 42 Louis Fenaroli full bio Louis Fenaroli Cl.: Jr. Pos.: FB Ht.: 5-9 Wt.: 225 Hometown/High School: Newtown, Conn. / Newtown Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 43 Chrisitian Zotti full bio Chrisitian Zotti Cl.: Fr. Pos.: SS Ht.: 5-8 Wt.: 170 Hometown/High School: Newington, Conn. / Newington Major: Health Science
No.: 44 Joey Racioppi full bio Joey Racioppi Cl.: Jr. Pos.: CB Ht.: 5-7 Wt.: 180 Hometown/High School: Atlantic Highlands, N.J. / Middletown North Major: Sport Management
No.: 45 Matt Mailhot full bio Matt Mailhot Cl.: Jr. Pos.: LB Ht.: 5-10 Wt.: 215 Hometown/High School: Jacksonville, Fla. / Defiance Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 46 Mike Bradley full bio Mike Bradley Cl.: Jr. Pos.: FB Ht.: 6-1 Wt.: 215 Hometown/High School: Cambridge, Mass. / Cambridge Rindge Major: Applied Exercise Science
No.: 48 David Newell full bio David Newell Cl.: Fr. Pos.: LB Ht.: 5-8 Wt.: 200 Hometown/High School: Ballston Lake, N.Y. / Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Major: Applied Exercise Science
No.: 49 Max Nacewicz full bio Max Nacewicz Cl.: Sr. Pos.: LB Ht.: 6-2 Wt.: 255 Hometown/High School: Sandy Hook, Conn. / Newtown Major: Applied Exercise Science
No.: 50 Tim Freiermuth full bio Tim Freiermuth Cl.: So. Pos.: OL Ht.: 5-11 Wt.: 245 Hometown/High School: Merrimac, Mass. / Pentucket Regional Major: Applied Exercise Science
No.: 51 Umberto DiMeo full bio Umberto DiMeo Cl.: Sr. Pos.: DT Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 240 Hometown/High School: Hamilton, N.J. / Hamilton West Major: Business Management
No.: 52 Vin Nardini full bio Vin Nardini Cl.: So. Pos.: DL Ht.: 5-11 Wt.: 260 Hometown/High School: Brewster, N.Y. / Brewster Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 53 Nick Pydeski full bio Nick Pydeski Cl.: Jr. Pos.: LB Ht.: 6-3 Wt.: 245 Hometown/High School: Hazlet, N.J. / Rariton Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 54 Brian Kelly full bio Brian Kelly Cl.: Jr. Pos.: LB Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 210 Hometown/High School: Closter, N.J. / Northern Valley Demarest Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 55 Patrick Malloy full bio Patrick Malloy Cl.: Jr. Pos.: OL Ht.: 5-11 Wt.: 235 Hometown/High School: Pittsfield, Mass. / Mount Greylock Major: Business Management
No.: 56 James Pasquin full bio James Pasquin Cl.: Jr. Pos.: FB Ht.: 5-11 Wt.: 215 Hometown/High School: Hazlet, N.J. / Raritan Major: Applied Exercise Science
No.: 57 Dominic Traversa full bio Dominic Traversa Cl.: Fr. Pos.: FB Ht.: 5-11 Wt.: 200 Hometown/High School: Pittsfield, Mass. / Pittsfield Major: Business Management
No.: 58 Jack Hammond full bio Jack Hammond Cl.: Fr. Pos.: FB Ht.: 5-10 Wt.: 205 Hometown/High School: Cranston, R.I. / Cranston West Major: Sports Biology
No.: 59 Derek Kolberg full bio Derek Kolberg Cl.: Fr. Pos.: LB Ht.: 5-7 Wt.: 175 Hometown/High School: Malta, N.Y. / Ballston Spa Major: Undeclared
No.: 60 Adam Thomas full bio Adam Thomas Cl.: Sr. Pos.: OL Ht.: 6-2 Wt.: 240 Hometown/High School: Paramus, N.J. / Paramus Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 61 Corey Connaughton full bio Corey Connaughton Cl.: So. Pos.: OL Ht.: 5-8 Wt.: 190 Hometown/High School: Springfield, Mass. / Sabis Major: Psychology
No.: 62 Brandon Vernon full bio Brandon Vernon Cl.: So. Pos.: OL Ht.: 5-10 Wt.: 315 Hometown/High School: Bronx, N.Y. / Iona Prep Major: Undeclared
No.: 63 Joe Chaves full bio Joe Chaves Cl.: Fr. Pos.: DE Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 255 Hometown/High School: Cromwell, Conn. / Cromwell Major: Undeclared
No.: 64 Joe Cianciolo full bio Joe Cianciolo Cl.: Sr. Pos.: OL Ht.: 5-9 Wt.: 240 Hometown/High School: Watertown, Conn. / Watertown Major: Applied Exercise Science
No.: 65 Anthony Dinardo full bio Anthony Dinardo Cl.: Fr. Pos.: DT Ht.: 5-11 Wt.: 270 Hometown/High School: Irvington, N.Y. / Irvington Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 66 Anthony Rivera full bio Anthony Rivera Cl.: Jr. Pos.: OL Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 220 Hometown/High School: Bloomingburg, N.Y. / Pine Bush Major: Sports Biology
No.: 67 Cody Brown full bio Cody Brown Cl.: So. Pos.: OT Ht.: 5-11 Wt.: 235 Hometown/High School: Voluntown, Conn. / Norwich Free Academy Major: Physical Therapy
No.: 68 Mike Serricchio full bio Mike Serricchio Cl.: Sr. Pos.: OL Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 250 Hometown/High School: Stamford, Conn. / King Major: Applied Exercise Science
No.: 69 Ryan Houlihan full bio Ryan Houlihan Cl.: Fr. Pos.: OL Ht.: 6-6 Wt.: 290 Hometown/High School: Braintree, Mass. / Braintree Major: Undeclared
No.: 70 Andrew Savenelli full bio Andrew Savenelli Cl.: Jr. Pos.: OL Ht.: 6-1 Wt.: 255 Hometown/High School: North Haven, Conn. / North Haven Major: Undeclared
No.: 71 Zach Wekilsky full bio Zach Wekilsky Cl.: Fr. Pos.: OL Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 210 Hometown/High School: Dover, N.J. / Morris Knolls Major: Undeclared
No.: 72 Josh Lombardi full bio Josh Lombardi Cl.: Jr. Pos.: OL Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 240 Hometown/High School: Providence, R.I. / La Salle Academy Major: Physical Education
No.: 73 Jordan D'onofrio full bio Jordan D'onofrio Cl.: Sr. Pos.: OL Ht.: 6-3 Wt.: 265 Hometown/High School: Manchester, N.H. / Memorial Major: Biology
No.: 74 William Grimmer full bio William Grimmer Cl.: Fr. Pos.: OL Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 260 Hometown/High School: West Barnstable, Mass. / Barnstable Major: History
No.: 75 Mike Dooling full bio Mike Dooling Cl.: So. Pos.: DE Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 240 Hometown/High School: Beverly, Mass. / Beverly Major: Sport Management
No.: 76 Michael Alparslan full bio Michael Alparslan Cl.: Fr. Pos.: OL Ht.: 6-2 Wt.: 255 Hometown/High School: Shirley, N.Y. / William Floyd Major: Undeclared
No.: 77 Bobby Bozym full bio Bobby Bozym Cl.: So. Pos.: OL Ht.: 6-1 Wt.: 280 Hometown/High School: Gales Ferry, Conn. / Ledyard Major: Undeclared
No.: 78 Pat Burns full bio Pat Burns Cl.: Jr. Pos.: OL Ht.: 5-10 Wt.: 235 Hometown/High School: Wilbraham, Mass. / Cathedral Major: Sport Management
No.: 79 Brandon Alves full bio Brandon Alves Cl.: Jr. Pos.: DT Ht.: 6-1 Wt.: 275 Hometown/High School: Stoughton, Mass. / Stoughton Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 80 Cam Cooper full bio Cam Cooper Cl.: So. Pos.: WR Ht.: 6-4 Wt.: 215 Hometown/High School: Buxton, Maine / Bridgeton Academy Major: Applied Exercise Science
No.: 81 Dennis Brady full bio Dennis Brady Cl.: Sr. Pos.: WR Ht.: 5-9 Wt.: 170 Hometown/High School: Southbury, Conn. / Holy Cross Major: Physical Therapy
No.: 82 Joe Festo full bio Joe Festo Cl.: So. Pos.: WR Ht.: 5-8 Wt.: 165 Hometown/High School: Yorktown Heights, N.Y. / Somers Major: Physical Education
No.: 83 Shane Ireland full bio Shane Ireland Cl.: Sr. Pos.: WR Ht.: 5-9 Wt.: 185 Hometown/High School: Waterbury, Conn. / Crosby Major: Biology
No.: 84 Whit DeVaux full bio Whit DeVaux Cl.: Fr. Pos.: QB Ht.: 6-2 Wt.: 185 Hometown/High School: Wethersfield, Conn. / Wethersfield Major: Undeclared
No.: 85 Paul Tusch full bio Paul Tusch Cl.: Sr. Pos.: DT Ht.: 5-11 Wt.: 225 Hometown/High School: Stamford, Conn. / Trinity Catholic Major: Applied Exercise Science
No.: 86 Devan Valdes full bio Devan Valdes Cl.: Fr. Pos.: WR Ht.: 6-2 Wt.: 185 Hometown/High School: Coventry, Conn. / Coventry Major: Undeclared
No.: 87 Todd Bazarewsky full bio Todd Bazarewsky Cl.: So. Pos.: OL Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 235 Hometown/High School: Plymouth, Mass. / Tabor Academy Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 88 Nick Campbell full bio Nick Campbell Cl.: So. Pos.: WR Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 200 Hometown/High School: Wakefield, Mass. / Melrose Major: Special Education
No.: 89 Ty Mosher full bio Ty Mosher Cl.: Jr. Pos.: OL Ht.: 6-4 Wt.: 310 Hometown/High School: Taunton, Mass. / Providence Country Day Major: Occupational Therapy
No.: 90 Eric Walz full bio Eric Walz Cl.: Fr. Pos.: DE Ht.: 6-4 Wt.: 220 Hometown/High School: South Windsor, Conn. / South Windsor Major: Undeclared
No.: 91 Joel Sodeinde full bio Joel Sodeinde Cl.: Fr. Pos.: DT Ht.: 5-10 Wt.: 265 Hometown/High School: Dartmouth, Mass. / Dartmouth Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 92 Luke Sokol full bio Luke Sokol Cl.: So. Pos.: OL Ht.: 6-3 Wt.: 235 Hometown/High School: Hampton Bays, N.Y. / Hampton Bays Major: Applied Exercise Science
No.: 93 Kashden Naraine full bio Kashden Naraine Cl.: Jr. Pos.: DT Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 270 Hometown/High School: Windsor, Conn. / Windsor Major: Business Management
No.: 94 Ben Place full bio Ben Place Cl.: Fr. Pos.: DE Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 205 Hometown/High School: Saratoga Springs, N.Y. / Saratoga Springs Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 95 Jon Weaver full bio Jon Weaver Cl.: Fr. Pos.: DE Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 210 Hometown/High School: Cromwell, Conn. / Cromwell Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 96 Dan King full bio Dan King Cl.: Jr. Pos.: DT Ht.: 6-2 Wt.: 260 Hometown/High School: Walpole, Mass. / Walpole Major: Criminal Justice
No.: 97 Charlie Murphy full bio Charlie Murphy Cl.: Fr. Pos.: LB Ht.: 5-10 Wt.: 190 Hometown/High School: Hanson, Mass. / Whitman-Hanson Major: Sport Management
No.: 98 Mitch Idtensohn full bio Mitch Idtensohn Cl.: Fr. Pos.: TE Ht.: 6-2 Wt.: 215 Hometown/High School: Shoreham, N.Y. / Shoreham - Wading River Major: Sports Biology
No.: 99 Ryan Crooker full bio Ryan Crooker Cl.: Fr. Pos.: K Ht.: 5-11 Wt.: 205 Hometown/High School: Holbrook, Mass. / Archbishop Williams Major: Psychology
No.:   Duncan Preston full bio Duncan Preston Cl.: Fr. Pos.: K Ht.: 6-1 Wt.: 215 Hometown/High School: Portland, Maine / South Portland Major: Undeclared
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placeholder The art therapy education major will prepare you to become an art educator focused on utilizing art for healing purposes. Our graduates have gone on to work in schools, hospitals, clinics, and geriatric centers. View Major
placeholder What’s the best way to learn about athletic training? In the field. Your education will start in the classroom and our advanced athletic training lab, where you’ll learn the skills needed for a career in the industry. You’ll then take your knowledge and begin to develop your skills with actual patients. In our athletic training major, you’ll learn by doing, which leads to experience on your resume before graduation and an advantage over others entering the field. View Major
placeholder The biology major provides you with flexibility to get what you want from your educational experience, from human anatomy to plant science. Our coursework creates a strong foundation in the life sciences and prepares you for careers or graduate school opportunities in the science fields. View Major
placeholder Our biology education major will prepare you to be a high school biology teacher. In this major, you’ll immerse yourself in education courses that will provide you the knowledge and skills to be an effective educator, and biology courses that will give you the life sciences knowledge base required for your future classroom. View Major
placeholder Our business management major will hone your management skills and prepare you to be a strong leader in business organizations. You’ll also take electives that are relevant to your specific career interests while gaining a strong foundation in management, marketing, finance, and accounting. Plus, if you’re interested, you can apply for our MBA 4+1 program as an undergrad, earn a bachelor’s degree and MBA in five years, and get a leg up on competitors in the field. View Major
placeholder In the communications sciences and disorders major, you’ll gain the knowledge and educational background required for graduate programs in speech-language pathology or audiology, and to be eligible for a Massachusetts license as a speech-language pathology assistant. If you’re looking for a career path that involves making a big impact on the lives of others, look no further than a major in communication sciences and disorders. View Major
placeholder From TV and radio to online journalism and public relations, the communications/sports journalism major covers it all. You’ll be able to dive into your individual interests based on the industry you’re interested in working in and the skillsets you’re looking to develop. Internship experiences and the ability to contribute to campus media outlets, including our student newspaper, radio station, and TV station, allow you to put that firsthand experience on your resume before graduating. View Major
placeholder Are you interested in looking behind the scenes at technology? Do you have an interest in software development, Internet and network security, or systems management? Well, the computer and information sciences major covers all of that, and more. You’ll be prepared to enter the workforce with database, multi-platform programming, analytical, and business skills that are sure to make you an asset to any organization. View Major
placeholder The computer graphics and digital arts major gives students the incredible opportunity to learn, embrace their creative side, and develop the skills necessary to succeed in Web design, graphic design, and 3D animation. Through the program, you’ll create an impressive portfolio that you can show employers once you enter the workforce. With an ever-evolving curriculum that runs the gamut from game design to Web design, this major will prepare you for whatever comes next in the industry. View Major
placeholder Are you the type of person who gets engrossed in shows about crime, the psychology behind individuals who commit crimes, and how the legal system in the United States works? You’d be a good fit for the criminal justice (CJ) major at Springfield College. As a CJ major, you’ll get to examine all aspects of the law, participate in internships related to your area of interest, and be prepared for career where you’ll serve and protect. View Major
placeholder The art of dance incorporates individuality, creativity, and technique into a beautiful and expressive form of movement. In the dance major, you’ll develop your talents and technique and gain experience through fieldwork and internship opportunities. Many dance students combine dance with another major, such as psychology or management, as a way to adapt their passion for dance into careers in the fields of education, therapy, or business. View Major
placeholder Molding the minds of youth is a rewarding and challenging career that is sure to keep you on your toes. At Springfield College, you’ll be prepared for whatever comes next, as you’ll have teaching experience on your resume before you graduate, and be licensed to teach students with or without disabilities in integrated public schools, from preschools to second grade. If you’re looking for a career that makes a big difference in the lives of children, early childhood education is it. View Major
placeholder Become a teacher who inspires others through the Springfield College education major. You’ll begin your academic career by studying the subject that most interests you; from there, you’ll take classes that will prepare you for your future as an educator. Graduates from this program are highly sought after, and have gone on to work with all age groups and in both private and public schools throughout the world. View Major
placeholder Dedicate yourself to a profession that makes a difference through the elementary and special education major at Springfield College. Our dual program will prepare you to work with elementary-aged students and students with special needs. You’ll learn from highly-qualified professors and gain student-teaching experience in local classrooms, which will help you become an educator who can meet the needs of each individual student. View Major
placeholder Ignite curiosity in the minds of our nation’s youngest learners as an elementary school teacher. Our elementary education major can provide you with skills, knowledge, and expertise that will push you to become a highly-skilled, effective teacher. Our top-notch student-teaching program, which you’ll enter into during year four of your education, will make it so that you graduate ready not just to teach elementary-aged children, but to inspire them. View Major
placeholder Explore your passion for helping others through the emergency medical services management major. Students will learn to assist those who may be ill, injured, or in crisis. The program will qualify them to work in the EMS field as soon as they hold an EMT-basic certification. Graduates of this program often begin as paramedics and, from there, move on to work in management roles within the field. Ready for the challenge? View Major
placeholder The English major at Springfield College will leave you with numerous career options. In the major, you’ll further your critical thinking, communication, writing, and research skills, and have the opportunity to get your work published in one of our on-campus publications. Graduates from our program have worked in the fields of education, journalism, research, government, publishing, advertising, technical or creative writing, and editing. View Major
placeholder Elementary-aged students and students with special needs require a teacher with compassion, dedication, and strong communication skills. Sound like you? Pursue our English education major for elementary and special education. In this major, you’ll learn to utilize your writing and oral communication skills in the classroom so you can educate, lead, and connect with your students. View Major
placeholder Share the gift of communication with future generations of middle and high school students through our English education (secondary) major. In this program, you’ll strengthen your reading, communication, and analytical skills, and learn to translate that expertise into your leadership role in the classroom. View Major
placeholder You care about the world; put that compassion to good use through the environmental science major, where the world will be your classroom. Our in-field experiences, coupled with innovative course offerings, provide the foundation for the career you deserve, whether it’s in nonprofit organizations, the government, compliance, environmental law, or other related industries. View Major
placeholder Through the Springfield College finance major, you’ll develop business acumen in financial analysis and reporting, and spend time studying current industry practices and exploring real-world applications. And, as a graduate of the finance program, your future is wide open. You can enter into a career as a financial analyst, personal finance advisor, tax collector, revenue agent, and more. View Major
placeholder You march to the beat of your own drum, and here at Springfield College, we celebrate that. It’s why we offer a general studies major, which allows you to create a major of your own design. Study what you’re interested in, and get prepared for exactly the career path you wish to pursue upon graduation. View Major
placeholder Become a leader in the health care industry through the health care management major. Our coursework will help you build a foundation in business and a deep understanding of the health care industry, providing you with knowledge you can apply in both your internship and in your career. Graduates from our program work in various health care settings, including hospitals, home health care agencies, pharmaceutical companies, and health facilities. View Major
placeholder Teach others about the importance of healthy living by becoming a health educator through our health education program. In it, you’ll explore ways to teach individuals and communities about behaviors that promote healthy lifestyles and prevent disease. We even offer teacher licensure, so you can go on to become a licensed health educator for grades PreK through 12. View Major
placeholder Encourage healthy living with a degree in health promotion for schools and communities. Through this program, you can develop skills to plan, implement, and evaluate health programs in schools, community health centers, health care organizations, and work sites. With this knowledge, you can become a health professional in government and social agencies, public and private schools, or clinical settings such as hospitals and medical facilities. View Major
placeholder The health care industry is growing, and you can become an integral part of it by majoring in health science at Springfield College. With a flexible curriculum, you can study the areas that interest you and prepare to enter a career in health care or to pursue your graduate degree. Graduates from this program often go on to pursue their Master of Science, Master of Public Health, or Doctor of Physical Therapy. View Major
placeholder To understand where we’re going, you need to know where we’ve been—and the history major can help you get there. Through this major, students will gain a rich historical knowledge that will allow them to become individuals who are ready to affect change and guide others along the way. As a graduate of this program, you can go on to work in such sectors as education, government service, law, business, diplomacy, libraries and museums, or public relations. View Major
placeholder As a history teacher, you can make the past come alive. Our history education major will set you up with the tools needed to do exactly that. Through this program, students will enhance their analytical, problem-solving, research, and writing skills, making them the perfect candidates to teach middle and high school students. View Major
placeholder This, right here, is marketing. But through the marketing major, you can become the one doing the marketing. Our program spans various aspects of the field, from product development and market research to advertising and analyzing consumer behavior. With this degree, you’ll be ready to pursue a marketing career in the field or industry that most interests you. View Major
placeholder You’re good with numbers, and through the mathematics major, you can turn that skill into a career. In this program, you’ll be able to sharpen your problem-solving and analytical skills while gaining a background in pure and applied areas of math. We offer a traditional program of study in mathematics that may be complemented with an optional teacher certification in secondary education, so if it’s teaching you’d like to pursue, you can do that, too. View Major
placeholder In today’s world, mathematics and computer technology are best friends. The Springfield College mathematics and computer technology major recognizes that connection and provides students with core knowledge in math, plus a broad range of computer skills that help make you more marketable. You can pair the degree with our teacher licensure option to become a mathematics teacher. Or stay in school and earn a graduate degree. View Major
placeholder If you envision yourself as a mathematics and computer technology teacher, your timing is good. Through 2024, the elementary education and special education fields are expected to continue growing, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Our mathematics and computer technology teacher licensure program will provide you with a strong foundation in those two areas so that you can conquer the ever-changing environment of today’s classroom. View Major
placeholder Are you passionate about numbers? Would you like to share your fervor for figures with grade school students? Then our mathematics education major has got your number. The Springfield College mathematics teacher licensure program immerses students in math courses, and prepares future teachers to lead classrooms of students in grades 5-8 or 8-12. View Major
placeholder Sometimes we can’t help but brag. One-hundred percent of our movement and sports studies majors who responded to a recent survey reported being in graduate school or employed after just six months after graduating. That’s not just a cool statistic, but a result of our major that offers a comprehensive understanding of the scientific and social foundations of movement and its cultural forms of dance, sports, games, and exercise. You can also study concentrations in physical education, physical and health education (dual program), and adventure education. View Major
placeholder At Springfield College, students in the nutritional sciences major learn, in part, by using some pretty cool high-tech equipment. Take for instance our BodPod, a sci-fi-looking machine that allows you to get a quick measurement of body fat. But there’s lots more to experience and learn, which in turn, will help you understand the complex relationships between food and health. View Major
placeholder If you desire to help people with disabilities, injuries, or illnesses live a better life, then our occupational therapy major may be the educational path for you. Our program goes well beyond the classroom as you learn to promote better health for all through hands-on experience. Students in the graduate program will complete two full-time internships, lasting 12 weeks each, working in the field under the direction of experienced therapists. View Major
placeholder At Springfield College, we have a rich tradition of developing dedicated and inspired teachers of physical education. That comes, in part, from student-teaching experience starting in the first semester and continuing in public and private sectors throughout the four-year program to holistically educate each child. Graduates are then eligible to apply for physical education initial licensure for grades PreK through 12 in Massachusetts schools. View Major
placeholder If you aspire to improve the health and wellness of society, then the Springfield College physical education and health education major can double your dreams. This dual certification in physical education and health/family and consumer sciences program can lead to a wide range of job opportunities. Our curriculum blends health and physical education content, teaching methods, and lots of meaningful hands-on practical experiences. View Major
placeholder At Springfield College, we are proud to share that 100 percent of our physical therapy students were employed after graduation, according to a recent survey. That’s no accident. Our dedicated faculty, top-notch coursework, and hands-on clinical experience combine to prepare students for careers that help people live healthier and more functional lives. : View Major
placeholder If you’ve ever considered a career as a physician assistant, the timing couldn’t be better. It’s considered one of the fastest growing occupations in the health care field. Graduates of the Springfield College physician assistant studies major are in high demand due to the program’s unique blend of academic rigor and hands-on experience. You even get to work in our medical simulation lab with adult and baby simulator mannequins. Pretty cool, right? View Major
placeholder The Springfield College psychology major goes beyond just the study of human behavior—and beyond just the classroom. Our students benefit from the array of applied internship experiences we offer—from conducting research with faculty to shadowing mental health rehabilitation specialists to co-facilitating support groups for grieving youth. Our students gain a practical understanding of people, plus theoretical and scholarly appreciation for the issues associated with the ever-growing field of psychology. View Major
placeholder Do you see yourself working at an outdoor recreation center, national park, or for an adventure trip business, or any other similar industry that improves one’s quality of life? What you learn in the Springfield College recreation management major could put you front and center in those fields, and more. Ours is an accredited professional program that prepares students for leadership positions in recreation programming, program design, personnel management, and basic research. View Major
placeholder Imagine having the skills to positively impact the lives of people with disabilities. Don’t just consider it wishful thinking. The Springfield College rehabilitation and disability studies major can get you there. The program provides you with the tools to assist individuals living with physical, mental, developmental, and emotional disabilities to exist independently and meet personal goals. View Major
placeholder Molding, shaping, and preparing secondary school-age children for a life beyond high school is a big responsibility. That’s why the Springfield College secondary education major provides future teachers with not only practical classroom instruction, but hands-on learning experiences in area middle and high schools within their first year of study. Students seeking secondary licensure (grades 5-8 or 8-12) are required to complete a full major in the subject area in which they seek licensure. View Major
placeholder No matter what career you choose, a sociology education can make you adept a figuring out the causes of social problems and, in turn, creatively contribute to their resolution. These skills help employees adapt to the ever-changing job market. The Springfield College sociology major can prepare you for a wide variety of careers, including in human services, social work, and education. View Major
placeholder Every student, no matter their learning ability, deserves an exceptional education. At Springfield College, our special education major develops teachers who can adapt to educating students with a wide range of skill sets and personalities. Our teacher licensure program puts our students in the classroom setting working with PreK-8 students, including those with exceptional learning needs, in the first year of study. View Major
placeholder Being a huge sports fan doesn’t qualify you to go out and recruit athletes, coordinate game-day operations, or manage other sports-related responsibilities. That’s why the Springfield College sport management major ensures that students get a well-rounded education, including business management expertise, sports concepts, and more. Learn to become a leader in sport management so they’ll be ready to take on the industry. View Major
placeholder Do you have a zest for the sciences and a zeal for sports? The Springfield College sports biology major is tailored to students interested in both of those professions. You will receive a grounding in the basic sciences and interact with working professionals to help you figure out your career goals. Next, you go on to take advanced courses in science and movement. Many graduates go on to pursue advanced education in a variety of medical fields. View Major