DCCC, Muhlenberg reach agreement

A new partnership provides a pathway for Delaware County Community College graduates of selected associate degree programs into Muhlenberg’s accelerated bachelor’s degree programs. The two schools reached the agreement on Dec. 2, it was announced today. It applies to DCCC students who graduate from specified programs with an associate in arts, associate in science, or associate in applied science degree.

Admitted Muhlenberg students may earn a bachelor’s degree in business administration (including concentrations in healthcare management, project management, human resources leadership, and supply chain management) or information systems management. Muhlenberg offers a fast-paced, cohort-based model that allows students to graduate in under two years.

“The new transfer agreement between Delaware County Community College and Muhlenberg College will expand access to our College's transformative education for more Pennsylvania students. In addition, this partnership will provide a direct pathway to a Muhlenberg degree for the talented graduates of Delaware County Community College programs,” said Muhlenberg College President Kathleen Harring.

The agreement with Delaware County Community College builds upon the number of admissions pathways for adult students to a Muhlenberg education. Muhlenberg has existing agreements with Lehigh Carbon Community College, Northampton Community College, Reading Area Community College, Bucks County Community College, and Montgomery County Community College.



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