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This article appeared in the Feb. 5, 2019, issue of the student newsletter.
DCCCD is partnering with New England College (NEC) to make transitioning from your associate to your bachelor's degree easier than ever. This unique opportunity will get you into a bachelor's degree program without ever having to leave the colleges of DCCCD.
NEC is a regionally accredited, private institution with a 72-year history of providing innovative learning solutions.
NEC faculty will teach bachelor-level courses onsite at the colleges of DCCCD. NEC is planning to offer two bachelor completion programs for careers in high demand in the Dallas area:
As part of the partnership, NEC will accept all 60 credits you have earned for your associate degree, as well as the potential for transferring up to 30 more credits through additional coursework or prior learning assessments.
Their hybrid programs are designed to fit into your busy schedule, as you will only meet at your college one night per week to complete your bachelor's degree.
You can meet with the NEC team during the week of April 29-May 3. NEC representatives will be onsite to introduce themselves and to provide additional degree program information.
You will have an opportunity to speak with NEC about the programs, including information on the reduced tuition rate.
Visit nec.edu/dcccd for additional information. You can also contact Director of Partnerships Lisa Conn at 603-428-2283 or Assistant Director of Enrollment Casey Walker at 603-428-2357 for more information.