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The University Center at Mercer

Extending beyond opportunities for two-year associate degrees, Mercer County Community College maintains
agreements with other New Jersey institutions of higher education to allow students to earn bachelor's and
even master's degrees at MCCC's West Windsor campus.

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Fairleigh Dickinson University - visit website

Mercer County Community College and Fairleigh Dickinson University (Teaneck, NJ) have partnered to offer the convenience of earning a bachelor's or master's degree from FDU while attending on-site classes at MCCC.

Fairleigh Dickinson University Bachelor's Degree Programs:
B.A., Communication Studies
B.A., Criminal Justice
B.A., Individualized Studies with Specializations in...

- Business & Technology
- Hospitality Management

Masterís Degree Program:
M.S., Hospitality Management

Featuring...

  • Baccalaureate Degree completion
  • Graduate Degree studies
  • evening, weekend, and one-day classes
  • competitively priced, special on-site tuition

    For more information, contact:
    Fairleigh Dickinson representative
    Joseph Tormey, FDU Coordinator
    BS117
    tormey@fdu.edu
    (609) 570-3486

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    Felician College Felician College - visit website

    By arrangement with Felician College (Lodi, NJ), nurses can earn their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree on-site at Mercer County Community College. Beginning in January 2008, Felician offers a fast-track RN to BSN program enabling registered nurses to earn their BSN in only 17 months by attending class just one day a week. The 54-credit program consists of 27 credits of nursing courses and 27 credits of liberal arts and science courses.

    The program is designed for students who are licensed RNs, have earned their associate degree in nursing or a nursing diploma, and have at least 30 liberal arts credits. This program is open to MCCC's Nursing program associate degree graduates as well as those of MCCC's cooperative partner institutions: Capitol Health Systems and St. Francis Medical Center. It is also open to nursing graduates of other community colleges, nursing diploma schools, and any registered nurse in the local community.

    The RN to BSN fast-track program is specifically designed for the working nurse, and prepares registered nurses for leadership roles in client care and management. The four-year BSN degree is often a requirement for advancement in today's job market.

    Because the Felician program requires applicants to hold an RN license in New Jersey, students who hold a license from another state must apply to the New Jersey State Board of Nursing for endorsement prior to admission. Felician College offers scholarships to qualified students.

    For more information, contact:
    Felician College representative
    Andrea Horvath
    Site Director, Adult and Graduate Admission
    (201) 355-1445
    horvatha@felician.edu

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    Rutgers University Rutgers University - visit website

    The Rutgers Off Campus undergraduate degree completion program provides students who have earned an associateís degree from an accredited community college the opportunity to pursue a bachelorís degree from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.

    Rutgers and Mercer County Community College have established a partnership to bring area residents opportunities to obtain their baccalaureate degrees while staying close to home. Mercer County is the primary site for selected upper-division course offerings provided by Rutgers University.

  • B.A., Political Science
  • B.S., Labor Studies & Employment Relations
  • RN to B.S. Nursing
  • Criminal Justice

    For more information, contact:
    Katherine Birckmayer, Manager of Academic Programs
    FA129
    rutgers-mccc@dceo.rutgers.edu
    (609) 570-3490

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    William Paterson University - visit website

    information session
    Thursday, October 23, 2014  *  5 to 7 p.m.
    MCCC West Windsor campus Student Center (SC) cafeteria

    RSVP to mercer@wpunj.edu or 609.570.3358

    William Paterson University An agreement with Mercer County Community College enables William Paterson University (Wayne, NJ) to offer bachelor's degree programs on-site at Mercer's West Windsor campus (except for student field work). Students who successfully complete Associate of Arts degrees at MCCC have the opportunity to transfer into the following William Paterson bachelor's degree programs:

    Bachelor's Degree Programs:

  • B.A., Early Childhood Education / Elementary Education
  • B.A., Liberal Studies
  • B.A., Psychology

    Masterís Degree On-Line Program:
  • M.Ed., Literacy
    (concentrations: Reading, Language Arts)

    Graduate Level On-Line Certificate:
  • Learning Technologies

    Graduate Level On-Line Endorsement:
  • Associate School Library Media Specialist
  •   For more information on these totally on-line graduate programs offered by the William Paterson University College of Education, visit here

    Taught by WPU faculty, classes take place in late afternoons, evenings, Fridays, on weekends, and online. While students will not need to travel to William Paterson University to complete their degree, they will be full-fledged William Paterson students.

    Taught by WPU faculty, classes take place in late afternoons, evenings, Fridays, on weekends, and online. While students will not need to travel to William Paterson University to complete their degree, they will be full-fledged William Paterson students and will have access to the institution's library, information technology resources, and other student benefits.

    One of the nine state colleges and universities in New Jersey, WPU began more than 150 years ago to prepare teachers for the classroom, and is now a public comprehensive university.

    For more information, contact:
    WPU representative
    LA173 (office hours by appointment)
    mercer@wpunj.edu
    (609) 570-3358

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