Individualized Transfer Studies @NCC

The Individualized Transfer Studies degree is intended for students who have identified their baccalaureate college of choice and intended major, and are pre-planning a program of NCC courses to fulfill the general distribution requirements.

The degree consists of a three-part curriculum: NCC's current General Education core for the associates in arts programs, one Humanities and one Social Science course, and 30 credit hours that align with the requirements of your selected degree program at your transfer institution.

By working closely with your advisor, you can select courses from NCC that are required by and transferable to your predetermined four-year institution. Doing so will provide you with an affordable head-start on your baccalaureate degree. 

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There are several requirements in order for one to be deemed eligible for NCC’s Individualized Transfer Studies degree offering. They include preplanning a 61 credit program of study with the assistance of NCC’s director of advising and contacting an advisor from your baccalaureate institution of choice during your first semester of study.

Please refer to the program details in our College Catalog for all requirements.

There are several requirements in order for one to be deemed eligible for NCC's Individualized Transfer Studies degree offering. They include preplanning a 61 credit program of study with the assistance of NCC's director of advising and contacting an advisor from your baccalaureate institution of choice during your first semester of study.

 

Your Next Step

  • Transfer to a 4 year institution
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Degrees We Offer

  • Associate in Arts | 2 years
  • This program can be taken 100% online
  • This entire program can be completed at our Monroe Campus
  • This entire program can be completed at our Bethlehem Campus
Program Details view official course information in our 18-19 college catalog
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