NEWTON, NJ — Sussex County Community College (SCCC) has formed an educational partnership with Felician College to provide students with easy access to several bachelor degree programs.
Students looking to earn a bachelor’s degree right here in Sussex County can now do so by following a sequence of courses beginning in their freshman year at SCCC. An associate degree can be earned by completing general education courses, and then seamlessly transition to upper-level courses offered by Felician College on-campus at SCCC. By following this sequence in the first year, students can earn a bachelor’s degree in business, criminal justice, education, or nursing in about four years.
This unique partnership saves time and money:
- No need to worry about shopping around for a college that will accept the most transfer credits—we′ve synched our curriculums to make it easy.
- Maximize the number of lower-cost community college courses that are transferable.
- No long-distance commuting or housing costs! All courses are held locally at the SCCC campus.
To learn more about a bachelor’s degree at SCCC, attend the spring 2015 Information Session on Thursday, April 23, 2015 from 5:00 pm-7:00 pm—Administration Bldg.; Room 104 or consult with your advisor at SCCC for more details.
For more information about the Felician College bachelor’s degree program offered on-site at SCCC call the Associate Director of Adult and Transfer Admission for Felician College, Andrea Horvath, at 201-355-1445 or email HorvathA@felician.edu