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CCM and Centenary College Sign Agreement for 19 New Dual-Admissions Programs


Easing the Transfer Process for Students Seeking a Four-Year Degree
Dr. Edward J. Yaw, president of County College of Morris (CCM), and Dr. Barbara-Jayne Lewthwaite, president of Centenary College, on Thursday signed an articulation agreement allowing for the dual admission of CCM students into another 19 bachelor’s programs at the four-year institution.

“We are proud of our ongoing and growing relationship with Centenary College and the number of articulation agreements we have been able to put into place,” said Dr. Yaw. “Articulation agreements provide our students with a significant advantage by offering them a pre-approved status that allows them to seamlessly transfer into a baccalaureate program.”

“It has been a pleasure working with CCM to ensure that the student transfer process is one that is straightforward and is a positive experience,” says Dr. Lewthwaite. “As long as prospective students have completed specific criteria from CCM, they will have peace of mind that they can chose to become a future Centenarian.”

The agreement waives the application fee and provides guaranteed admission to qualified CCM graduates seeking the following degrees: Bachelor of Social Work , B.A. Communication Film Studies, B.A. Communication Print Journalism, B.A. Criminal Justice, B.A. English Elementary Education (K-5), B.A. English Teacher (K-12), B.A. History Elementary Education (K-5), B.A. History/Social Studies Teacher (K-12), B.A. Political and Government Affairs, B.A. Psychology, B.A. Sociology/Criminal Justice, B.A. Theatre Arts Acting, B.A. Theater Arts Dance, B.S. Biology, B.S. Biology Elementary Education (K-5), B.S. Biology Teacher (K-12), B.S. Mathematics, B.S. Mathematics Elementary Education (K-5) and B.S. Mathematics Teacher. The agreement also updated several existing articulation agreements between the two institutions.

Along with the new dual-admission programs, CCM and Centenary have 11 other articulation agreements in place in the areas of Business Administration, Graphic Design, Photography Technology and Visual Arts.

In addition to the articulation agreements with Centenary, CCM holds numerous other transfer agreements with colleges and universities across the country. For a list of CCM articulation agreements, visit the CCM website at www.ccm.edu and search for “articulation.”

Photo: Dr. Barbara-Jayne Lewthwaite, president of Centenary College, and Dr. Edward J. Yaw, president of County College of Morris, sign an agreement providing for another 19 dual-admissions programs between the two colleges.
Credit: Karen DeVita/Centenary College
 

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