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Rutgers at Atlantic Cape Community College

Business Administration

The Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration program at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden presents associate’s degree recipients the opportunity to structure a winning game plan while expanding their educational experience. The Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration is the solution for those who have earned their associate degree and wish to earn a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from an ACSB accredited institution.

The program’s defined schedule provides convenience to participants who will be able to complete their degree while attending classes at local community college campuses. Students of this program will also have the advantage of accessing real-world knowledge from educators with genuine experience. Our faculty are top researchers in their fields of work. With their guidance, graduates of this program will be equipped with the skills and experience necessary to compete in the business world and to stand out among their peers.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts Business Administration degree offered at Rutgers in Mays Landing, completion of the following Atlantic Cape Community College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • ECON110 –Macroeconomics
  • ECON111 –Microeconomics
  • MATH220 –Statistical Methods
  • ACCT130 –Financial Accounting
  • CISM125 –Introduction to Computers
  • BUSN210 –Business Law I
  • BUSN106 –Business Ethics
  • MATH150 –Pre-calculus (if taking Calculus at Atlantic Cape)

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an associate’s degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is required to be considered for admission. The Associate in Science Business Administration degree is the recommended associate’s degree program at Atlantic Cape which includes most of the above courses as part of that program.

Transfer Information

Students completing an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree are not eligible to transfer into the Business Administration degree program.

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers-School of Business Camden and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. A minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA is recommended to be considered for admission.

Additional Information

For students who have not completed the Business Administration (AS) associate’s degree at Atlantic Cape Community College, it is recommended to consult with a Rutgers at Atlantic Cape advisor prior to applying to transfer to discuss transfer eligibility.

Courses for the Business Administration degree at Rutgers at Atlantic CapeCommunity College are a combination of courses taught in-class at the ACCC-Mays Landing campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/accc.

Criminal Justice

The Camden department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, offers an interdisciplinary curriculum of study for individuals seeking a bachelor of arts degree in criminal justice. The criminal justice program prepares students for careers in a broad array of justice-related settings.  Criminal justice courses are complemented with relevant sociological and anthropological course offerings. Students majoring in criminal justice must complete 42 credits of criminal justice, sociology, anthropology, and related courses with at least a 2.0 grade-point average in the combined courses.  At least half of the credits for the major must be taken at Rutgers.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts Criminal Justice program offered at Rutgers in Mays Landing, completion of the following Atlantic Cape Community College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • CRIM101 – Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • CRIM105 – Police and Policing
  • CRIM106 – Introduction to Corrections
  • MATH121 – Applications of Math –OR– MATH122 – College Algebra
  • SPAN112 – Elementary Spanish II or any other second-semester foreign language course (e.g.FREN112, ITAL112)

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an associate’s degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is strongly recommended before transferring. The Associate in Science Criminal Justice degree is the recommended associate’s degree program at Atlantic Cape which includes most of the above courses as part of that program. Completion of an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree is not recommended.

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to University College-Rutgers Camden and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. A minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA is recommended to be considered for admission.

Additional Information

For students who have not completed the Criminal Justice (AS) associate’s degree at Atlantic Cape Community College, it is recommended to consult with a Rutgers at Atlantic Cape advisor prior to applying to transfer to discuss transfer eligibility.

Courses for the Criminal Justice degree at Rutgers at Atlantic Cape Community College are a combination of courses taught in-class at the ACCC-Mays Landing campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/accc.

Health Administration

Provided through Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. The major in health administration (501) prepares students for professional careers in health administration by providing broad training in healthcare management, operations, marketing, finance and more. Health care administration is one of the fastest growing fields offering a variety of career choices from hospital administration to long-term care management to pharmaceuticals and insurance.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Science Health Administration program at Rutgers in Mays Landing, completion of the following Atlantic Cape Community College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • ENGL102–English Composition II
  • MATH220 –Statistical Methods
  • ACCT130–Intro to Financial Accounting

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an associate’s degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is strongly recommended before transferring. The Associate in Science Health Services degree is the recommended associate’s degree program at Atlantic Cape which includes most of the above courses as part of that program. Students completing an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree program may still be considered for admission, however, they may need to complete additional General Education requirements after transferring.

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. A minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA is recommended to be considered for admission. 

Additional Information

For students who have not completed the Health Services (AS) degree at Atlantic Cape Community College, it is recommended to consult with a Rutgers at Atlantic Cape advisor prior to applying to transfer to discuss transfer eligibility.

Courses for the Health Administration degree at Rutgers at Atlantic CapeCommunity College are a combination of courses taught in-class at the Atlantic Cape-Mays Landing campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/accc.

Health Sciences

The Health Sciences major provides students with a thorough grounding in subjects that are fundamental to health-related professions. The Health Sciences major consists of a common track focusing on career preparation (i.e., professions that require a B.A. degree) as well as going on for training in health-related graduate degrees (e.g., in physical therapy or occupational therapy). This major includes instruction in basic science courses, coupled with additional courses to prepare students to meet the needs of a modern health delivery system and help students learn to interact with clientele of multiple ages and diverse challenges in relation to accessing and providing quality health care.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Science—Health Sciences program offered at Rutgers in Mays Landing, completion of the following Atlantic Cape Community College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • BIOL109 –General Biology I
  • BIOL220 & 221 –Anatomy & Physiology I & II
  • BIOL203 –MicrobiologyC
  • HEM110 & 111 –General Chemistry I & II
  • MATH220 –Statistical Methods
  • ANTH103 –Cultural AnthropologySOCL101 –Principles of Sociology
  • MATH121 –Applications of Math or higher-level math class
  • SPAN112 –Elementary Spanish II or any other second-semester foreign language course (e.g.FREN112, ITAL112)

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an associate’s degree program. Completion of an Associate in Science (AS) degree is strongly recommended before transferring. The Associate in Science –Biomedical Science or Health Sciencearethe recommended associate’s degree programs at Atlantic Cape which will best prepare students to transfer. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Applied Science (AAS) degree is not recommended.

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to University College-Rutgers Camden and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. A minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA is recommended to be considered for admission.

Additional Information

For students who have not completed the Biomedical Science AS or Health Science AS associate’s degree at Atlantic Cape Community College, it is recommended to consult with a Rutgers at Atlantic Cape advisor prior to applying to transfer to discuss transfer eligibility.

Courses for the Health Sciences BS degree at Rutgers at Atlantic Cape are a combination of courses taught in-class at the Atlantic Cape-Mays Landing campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/accc.

Labor and Employment Relations

The School of Management and Labor Relations creates and disseminates knowledge about issues related to work, workers, and the employment relationship. The major aims to provide students with an opportunity to learn more about the nature of work, the management of work, the problems of working people, and what workers have done, both individually and collectively, to address those problems

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Science Labor and Employment Relations program at Rutgers in Mays Landing, completion of the following Atlantic Cape Community College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • MATH220 –Statistical Methods
  • MATH122 –College Algebra

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an associate’s degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is strongly recommended before transferring and is preferred to completion of an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree.

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to the School of Management and Labor Relations and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. A minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA is recommended to be considered for admission.

Additional Information

For students who have not completed an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree at Atlantic Cape Community College, it is recommended to consult with a Rutgers at Atlantic Cape advisor prior to applying to transfer to discuss transfer eligibility.

Courses for the Labor and Employment Relations degree at Rutgers at Atlantic CapeCommunity College are a combination of courses taught in-class at the ACCC-Mays Landing campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking the majority of their courses online.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/accc.

Liberal Studies

Liberal Studies is a unique program within University College—Camden that provides students the opportunity for interdisciplinary studies in a small classroom settings. The program offers a broad range of courses in literature, history, philosophy, religion, the social sciences, and the arts. This interdisciplinary major in liberal studies is specifically designed for students who transfer to University College-Camden with an Associates in Applied Science degree.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts Liberal Studies program at Rutgers in Mays Landing, completion of the following Atlantic Cape Community College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • MATH121 – Applications of Math or MATH122 – College Algebra
  • SPAN112 – Elementary Spanish II or any other second-semester foreign language course (e.g. FREN112, ITAL112)

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an associate’s degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is strongly recommended before transferring and is preferred to completion of an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree.

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to University College-Rutgers Camden and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. A minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA is recommended to be considered for admission.

Additional Information

For students who have not completed an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree at Atlantic Cape Community College, it is recommended to consult with a Rutgers at Atlantic Cape advisor prior to applying to transfer to discuss transfer eligibility.

Courses for the Liberal Studies degree at Rutgers at Atlantic Cape Community College are a combination of courses taught in-class at the ACCC-Mays Landing campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/accc.

Political Science

The Department of Political Science offers a wide range of courses that students have found useful in preparation for careers in law, government service, and public affairs.  The department curriculum is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of politics and government in the United States, foreign countries, and the international system.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts Political Science program at Rutgers in Mays Landing, completion of the following Atlantic Cape Community College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • GOVT101 – Introduction to Government and Politics
  • GOVT110 – American National Government
  • HIST102 – Heritage of the Western World II
  • MATH121 – Applications of Math or MATH122 – College Algebra
  • SPAN112 – Elementary Spanish II or any other second-semester foreign language course (e.g.FREN112, ITAL112)

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an associate’s degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is recommended before transferring. The Associate in Liberal Arts Social Science option degree is the recommended associate’s degree program at Atlantic Cape which includes most of the above courses as part of that program. Students completing the Associate in Applied Science in Paralegal Studies are also eligible to transfer and are eligible to receive up to 32 technical credits as part of their transfer credits (60 in total).

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to University College-Rutgers Camden and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. A minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA is recommended to be considered for admission.

 Additional Information

For students who have not completed the Liberal Arts Social Science option (AA) associate’s degree at Atlantic Cape Community College, it is recommended to consult with a Rutgers at Atlantic Cape advisor prior to applying to transfer to discuss transfer eligibility.

Courses for the Political Science degree at Rutgers at Atlantic Cape Community College are a combination of courses taught in-class at the ACCC-Mays Landing campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/accc.

Psychology

Psychological inquiry lies at the heart of the social sciences. It is concerned with understanding how the behavior of the individual depends on biological, developmental, cognitive, and social processes. Courses offered by the psychology department are designed to give students a thorough grounding in modern research and theory about psychological processes at many different levels.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts Psychology program offered at Rutgers in Mays Landing, completion of the following Atlantic Cape Community College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • PSYC101 – Introduction to Psychology
  • MATH220 – Statistical Methods
  • MATH121 – Applications of Math or MATH122 – College Algebra
  • SPAN112 – Elementary Spanish II or any other second-semester foreign language course (e.g.FREN112, ITAL112)Choose one of the following classes:
  • ARTS108 – Art History from Ancient Times to Gothic Period
  • ENGL201 – World Literature
  • ENGL213 – Western Literature I
  • HIST102 – Western World II

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an associate’s degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is strongly recommended before transferring. The Associate in Liberal Arts Psychology option degree is the recommended associate’s degree program at Atlantic Cape which includes most of the above courses as part of that program. Completion of an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree is not recommended.

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to University College-Rutgers Camden and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. A minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA is recommended to be considered for admission.

 Additional Information

For students who have not completed the Liberal Arts Psychology option (AA) associate’s degree at Atlantic Cape Community College, it is recommended to consult with a Rutgers at Atlantic Cape advisor prior to applying to transfer to discuss transfer eligibility.

Courses for the Psychology degree at Rutgers at Atlantic Cape Community College are a combination of courses taught in-class at the ACCC-Mays Landing campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/accc.

Public Health

The undergraduate program in Public Health is provided through Rutgers’ Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. The public health major prepares students for graduate education in public health and for entry-level positions in a broad spectrum of private and public health organizations. Students receive a conceptual understanding of interrelated health, environmental, economic, educational, and social welfare issues.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Science Public Health program at Rutgers in Mays Landing, completion of the following Atlantic Cape Community College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • •BIOL109 and BIOL110 – General Biology I and II or BIOL120 and BIOL121 – Human A&P I and II
  • CHEM110 – General Chemistry I – Required to be considered for admission
  • MATH220 – Statistical Methods

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an associate’s degree program.  Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is strongly recommended before transferring.  The Associate in Science Biomedical Science degree is the recommended associate’s degree program at Atlantic Cape which includes most of the above courses as part of that program.  Completion of an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree is not recommended.

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in.  A minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA is recommended to be considered for admission.

 Additional Information

For students who have not completed the Biomedical Science (AS) degree at Atlantic Cape Community College, it is recommended to consult with a Rutgers at Atlantic Cape advisor prior to applying to transfer to discuss transfer eligibility.

Courses for the Public Health degree at Rutgers at Atlantic Cape Community College are a combination of courses taught in-class at the ACCC-Mays Landing campus and online courses.  Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/accc.

RN to BS in Nursing

The Rutgers School of Nursing-Camden offers a RN to BS in Nursing for registered nurses who are seeking the Bachelors of Science in Nursing (RN to BS in Nursing). The RN to BS Express specifically offered at Rutgers at Atlantic Cape and Rutgers at Mercer program is only open to student who hold an RN license and have successfully completed an associate’s degree in Nursing at a regionally accredited community college. Students complete 90 credits worth of coursework, which includes 33 transfer credits, awarded for successfully passing NCLEX. Students transferring to the RN to BS Express degree will complete 30 credits with Rutgers to earn the BS in Nursing.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the RN to BS in Nursing program offered at Rutgers in Mays Landing, completion of the following Atlantic Cape Community College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • CHEM100 –Intro to College Chemistry
  • ALHT108 –Fundamentals of Nutrition
  • BIOL104 –Bioethics
  • MATH220 –Statistics
  • HIST101 orHIST102 –Heritage of the Western World I or II –Heritages & Civilizations Requirement
  • PSYC225 –Human DevelopmentAn Art, Music, Theater, or English Literature Course –Confirm transferability on www.njtransfer.org

Any one of the courses below –Diversity Requirement:

  • ANTH103 –Cultural Anthropology
  • •GEOG102 –Cultural Geography
  • GEOG112 –World Geography
  • RELG110 –World Religions
  • SPAN111 –Elementary Spanish or FREN111 –Elementary French or ITAL111 –Elementary Italian (only one foreign language course)

After Enrollment

After enrolling at Rutgers, students are permitted to take select required courses for the RN to BS program prior to completing the NCLEX exam. Students are encouraged to complete the NCELX exam as soon as possible to avoid any delays in completing the curriculum.

Transfer Information

This transfer program is designed for students who have successfully completed the Associates in Applied Science in Nursing at Atlantic Cape Community College. It is recommended that the above courses be completed as part of or in addition to the AAS Nursing program.

Students are encouraged to apply for the Conditional Admit RN to BS ExpressProgram at Atlantic Cape which will allow for the transfer of additional coursework to satisfy Rutgers requirements. A grade of C or better is required to receive transfer credit. Students must take a minimum of 30 credits at Rutgers to receive a degree.

 Additional Information

It is strongly recommended to consult with an Atlantic Cape Nursing Advisor and Rutgers at Atlantic Cape Advisor prior to applying to transfer to discuss transfer eligibility.

Courses for the RN to BS Nursing program at Rutgers at Atlantic Cape are a combination of courses taught in-class at the Atlantic Cape-Mays Landing campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses. In-person courses are typically scheduled on Mondays.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/accc.

Social Work

The Social Work program prepares skilled direct-service providers to function in both public and private sectors of social welfare, and for advanced social work practice such as administrative leadership roles in the state’s social welfare departments and agencies, and at all levels of government, as well as in the voluntary sector. The program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education and includes academic coursework and supervised field practice. Graduates are eligible for certification by the New Jersey Board of Social Work Examiners and also for advanced standing if they pursue graduate study in social work.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts Social Work program at Rutgers in Mays Landing, completion of the following Atlantic Cape Community College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • BIOL103 – Biology of Our World
  • MATH220 – Statistical Methods
  • MATH121 – Applications of Math or MATH122 – College Algebra
  • HSRV115 – Introduction to Social Work and HSRV215 – Fieldwork in Human Services
  • SOCL101 – Principles of Sociology
  • PSYC101 – Introduction to Psychology
  • SPAN112 – Elementary Spanish II or any other second-semester foreign language course (e.g.FREN112, ITAL112)

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an associate’s degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is strongly recommended before transferring. The Associate in Science Human Services degree is the recommended associate’s degree program at Atlantic Cape which includes most of the above courses as part of that program. Completion of an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree is not recommended.

After Enrollment

After enrolling at Rutgers, students are permitted to take select required courses for the RN to BS program prior to completing the NCLEX exam. Students are encouraged to complete the NCELX exam as soon as possible to avoid any delays in completing the curriculum.

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to University College-Rutgers Camden and the School of Social Work and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in.  A minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA is recommended to be considered for admission.

 Additional Information

 The BASW program requires completion of a secondary application for admission in addition to the regular undergraduate admission application. The secondary application is available at socialwork.rutgers.edu. The BASW program requires full-time enrollment which is typically 5 classes per semester and only accepts students to begin the program in the fall semester.

For students who have not completed the Human Services (AS) associate’s degree at Atlantic Cape Community College, it is recommended to consult with a Rutgers at Atlantic Cape advisor prior to applying to transfer to discuss transfer eligibility.

Courses for the BASW degree at Rutgers at Atlantic Cape Community College are a combination of courses taught in-class at the ACCC-Mays Landing campus and online courses.  Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/accc.

Rutgers at Brookdale Community College

Business Administration

The Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration program at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden presents associate’s degree recipients the opportunity to structure a winning game plan while expanding their educational experience. The Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration is the solution for those who have earned their associate degree and wish to earn a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from an ACSB accredited institution.

The program’s defined schedule provides convenience to participants who will be able to complete their degree while attending classes at local community college campuses. Students of this program will also have the advantage of accessing real-world knowledge from educators with genuine experience. Our faculty are top researchers in their fields of work. With their guidance, graduates of this program will be equipped with the skills and experience necessary to compete in the business world and to stand out among their peers.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration program at Rutgers-Brookdale, completion of the following Brookdale Community College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • Macroeconomics: ECON105

  • Microeconomics: ECON106

  • Principles of Accounting I & II: ACCT101+102 (This is a linked course. Students must take both courses in order to receive credit for Financial Accounting (52:010:101) at Rutgers University.)

  • Statistics: MATH131. ECON225 is also acceptable.

  • Business Calculus: MATH176. Students are strongly encouraged to take this course while at Brookdale. Students may also take this course online at Rutgers University provided they have completed through MATH156 at BCC (Important Note: Students who may also apply to the Rutgers Business School in New Brunswick must take MATH171 instead).

  • Intro to Computers: COMP129 (Important Note: Students who may also apply to the Rutgers Business School in New Brunswick must also take either COMP116 or COMP126).

  • •Business Law: BUSI221. This course is recommended, but not required for admissions. Students who are unable to fit this course into their Associate Degree may take the course via exchange registration after enrolling at Rutgers.

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is required to be considered for admission. Students with an AAS or other degrees may not be eligible for this program but should consult with the Manager of Academic Programs at Rutgers-Brookdale prior to applying.

Students who have not completed all of the above courses may be still considered for admission but should consult with a Rutgers advisor prior to submitting an application. 

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers-School of Business Camden and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to transfer. 

Additional Information

Courses for the Business Administration degree at Rutgers-Brookdale are a combination of courses taught in-class at the Lincroft campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

 For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/brookdalecc. 

Criminal Justice

The program in Criminal Justice is a comprehensive interdisciplinary program that blends a strong liberal arts education experience with pre-professional instruction in the field of criminal justice. The program provides students with a rich understanding of crime and criminal justice in the United States and abroad. Graduates of the program are well-informed citizens on the subject of crime and justice, and are qualified for graduate study or for employment as practitioners in a variety of legal, policy-making, and law enforcement areas.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice at Rutgers-Brookdale, completion of the following College courses are highly recommended before enrollment:

  • CRJU 101 (Intro to Criminal Justice)

  • CRJU 125 (Police Role in the Community)

  • CRJU 127 (Intro to Corrections)

  • CRJU 151 (Intro to Criminology)

  • SOCI 101 (Intro to Sociology

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is required to be considered for admission.

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers University and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. Students may transfer up to 90 credits from a four-year university or college and community college combined.

Additional Information

Students with an AAS or other degrees may not be eligible for this program but should consult with the Manager of Academic Programs at Rutgers-Brookdale prior to applying.

Courses for the Criminal Justice degree at Rutgers-Brookdale are a combination of courses taught in-class at the Lincroft campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online and hybrid courses.

A Minor is required for this program.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/brookdalecc. 

Journalism

In the journalism major, students learn to write and report by covering the metropolitan region around them. Journalism is taught as part of a liberal arts education that blends theory and practice. Courses explore writing, reporting, the history of journalism, contemporary media issues, television, radio, computer-assisted reporting, and writing for the web. Some classes may require a laboratory fee. An internship is required for both the major and minor. Students majoring in journalism and media studies work for print and broadcast news organizations. Others have gone on to graduate school and law school. 

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts in Journalism program at Rutgers-Brookdale, completion of the following Brookdale Community College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • COMM 101 (Communication I) –required

  • COMM 102 (Communication II) – required

  • JOURN 101 (Intro to Journalism) – required

  • Recommended to complete 3 of the following: COMM 226; PHTY 105, 111, 120, 212, or 225; RDIO 101; TELV 121, 122, or 224

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is required to be considered for admission. AAS or AFA degrees are not eligible for admission to this degree program. The AA in Journalism or Media Studies is the recommended Associate Degree program at Brookdale CC which includes most of the above courses as part of that program. Students with other degrees may be able to apply to this program but should consult with the Manager of Academic Programs at Rutgers-Brookdale prior to applying.

Transfer Information 

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers Newark-University College and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. Students may transfer up to 90 credits from a four-year university or college and community college combined.

Courses for the Journalism degree at Rutgers-Brookdale are a combination of courses taught in-class at the Lincroft campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online and hybrid courses.

A Minor or Off-Campus Secondary Concentration is required for this program.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/brookdalecc

Labor and Employment Relations

The School of Management and Labor Relations creates and disseminates knowledge about issues related to work, workers, and the employment relationship. The major aims to provide students with an opportunity to learn more about the nature of work, the management of work, the problems of working people, and what workers have done, both individually and collectively, to address those problems.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Science in Labor and Employment Relations program at Rutgers-Brookdale, completion of the following Brookdale Community College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • MATH 131 (Statistics I)

  • SOCI 101 (Intro to Sociology)

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Science (AS), or Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree is required to be considered for admission. 

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers University and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. Students may transfer up to 90 credits from a four-year university or college and community college combined. 

Additional Information

Courses for the Labor Studies degree at Rutgers-Brookdale are a combination of courses taught in-class at the Lincroft campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/brookdalecc.

Liberal Studies

Liberal Studies is a unique program within University College—Camden that provides students the opportunity for interdisciplinary studies in a small classroom settings. The program offers a broad range of courses in literature, history, philosophy, religion, the social sciences, and the arts. This interdisciplinary major in liberal studies is specifically designed for students who transfer to University College-Camden with an Associate’s in Applied Science degree.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

It is recommended, but not required, that applicants complete the following courses during the course of their studies at Brookdale Community College:

  • MATH136 (Math for Liberal Arts)

  • 2 semesters of any Foreign Language. (NOT including American Sign Language)

  • SOCI101 (Introduction to Sociology)

  • PSYC105 (Introduction to Psychology I)

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Science (AS), or Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree is required to be considered for admission.

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers University and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to transfer. Students who have not completed all of the above courses may be still considered for admission but should consult with a Rutgers advisor prior to submitting an application.

Additional Information

Courses for the Liberal Studies degree at Rutgers-Brookdale are a combination of courses taught in-class at the Lincroft campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/brookdalecc.

Political Science

The Department of Political Science offers a wide range of courses that students have found useful in preparation for careers in law, government service, and public affairs.  The department curriculum is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of politics and government in the United States, foreign countries, and the international system.

A degree in political science provides a solid foundation for careers in law, government service and national security, among others. Courses are equally valuable for career-oriented majors and for students interested in developing a well-rounded liberal arts background.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at Rutgers-Brookdale, completion of the following College courses are highly recommended before enrollment:

  • POLI 101 (Intro to Political Science) – required

  • POLI 115 (State, County, & Local Gov’t)

  • POLI 225 (International Relations)

  • POLI 227 (Comparative Politics)

  • MATH 136 (Math for the Liberal Arts) – highly recommended

  • SOCI 101 (Intro to Sociology)

  • PSYC105 (Intro to Psychology)

  • 2 semesters of any Foreign Language. (NOT including American Sign Language) – highly recommended

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is required to be considered for admission. Students with an AAS or other degrees may not be eligible for this program but should consult with the Manager of Academic Programs at Rutgers-Brookdale prior to applying. 

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers University and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to transfer. Students who have not completed all of the above courses may be still considered for admission but should consult with a Rutgers advisor prior to submitting an application.

Additional Information

Courses for the Political Science degree at Rutgers-Brookdale are a combination of courses taught in-class at the Lincroft campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/brookdalecc.

Psychology

The Psychology major provides students with a broad background for understanding behavior through exposure to theories and scientific research across a range of sub-disciplines. Students thus acquire the preparation necessary to pursue graduate training in clinical or research psychology or to enhance the pursuit of related professions such as education, social work, medicine, or criminal justice.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts in Psychology program at Rutgers-Brookdale, completion of the following Brookdale Community College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • PSYC 105 (Intro to Psychology I) –required

  • PSYC 106 (Intro to Psychology II) – required

  • PSYC 247 (Quantitative Methods in Psychology) – required

  • PSYC 206 (Human Growth and Development)

  • PSYC 208 (Lifespan Development)

  • PSYC 217 (Social Psychology)

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is required to be considered for admission. Students with an AAS or other degrees may not be eligible for this program but should consult with the Manager of Academic Programs at Rutgers-Brookdale prior to applying.

Transfer Information 

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers Newark-University College and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. Students may transfer up to 90 credits from a four-year university or college and community college combined.

Additional Information

Courses for the Psychology degree at Rutgers-Brookdale are a combination of courses taught in-class at the Lincroft campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online and hybrid courses.

A Minor or Off-Campus Secondary Concentration is required for this program.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/brookdalecc.

Public Health

The undergraduate program in Public Health is provided through Rutgers’ Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. As one of the strongest policy schools in the nation, the Bloustein School has the capacity to address local, state, regional, national and international policy and planning issues with expertise and credibility. The School is a leader in such areas as smart growth, transportation planning, workforce development, and environmental health, and builds on its association with research centers in related areas. The Bloustein School is also distinctive in its simultaneous focus on graduate and undergraduate education.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Science Public Health program at Rutgers-Brookdale, completion of the following Brookdale Community College courses are required before enrollment:

  • One Biology sequence: BIOL101 and BIOL102 (General Biology I and II) or BIOL111 and BIOL112 (Human A&P I and II) (required)

  • One of the following: CHEM 116 (Chemistry in Life) or CHEM 136 (Inorganic, Organic, Biochemistry or CHEM 101 (General Chemistry I) or CHEM 102 (General Chemistry II) – (required)

  • MATH 131 (Statistics I) (required)

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Science (AS), or Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree is required to be considered for admission.

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. Students may transfer up to 90 credits from a four-year university or college and community college combined.

Additional Information

Courses for the Public Health degree at Rutgers-Brookdale are a combination of courses taught in-class at the Lincroft campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online and hybrid courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/brookdalecc.

Social Work

The school’s largest program prepares skilled direct-service providers to function in both public and private sectors of social welfare, and for advanced social work practice such as administrative leadership roles in the state’s social welfare departments and agencies, and at all levels of government, as well as in the voluntary sector. 

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts in Social Work program at Rutgers-Brookdale, completion of the following Brookdale Community College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • PSYC 106 (Intro to Psychology II)
  • PSYC111 (Intro to Human Services) AND PSYC 212 (Community Agencies & Human Services) –linked courses
  • PSYC 247 (Quantitative Methods)–required
  • POLI 105(American National Government)
  • SOCI 101 (Intro to Sociology)
  • BIOL 108 (Human Biology)–required

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is required to be considered for admission. This was originally designed for students who complete the AS in Pre-Social Work or AS in Addiction Studies. Students with the AAS in Human Services are still covered by an articulation agreement but should be encouraged to complete the AS instead. Recent changes in the Rutgers SW curriculum encourages students from other AA degrees (i.e. Social Science) to apply. Please contact the Manager of Off-Campus Programs with any questions.

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers Newark-University College and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. Students may transfer up to 90 credits from a four-year university or college and community college combined.

 Additional Information

Courses for the Social Work degree at Rutgers-Brookdale are a combination of courses taught in-class at the Lincroft campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online and hybrid courses.

 A Minor or Off-Campus Secondary Concentration is required for this program.

 For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/brookdalecc.

Rutgers at Camden Community College

Business Administration

The Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration program at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden presents associate degree recipients the opportunity to structure a winning game plan while expanding their educational experience. The Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration is the solution for those who have earned their associate degree and wish to earn a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from an ACSB accredited institution. This program provides participants with a broad education in business administration with the added flexibility of selecting electives.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts Business Administration degree offered at Rutgers in Blackwood, completion of the following Camden County College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • ECO101 – Macroeconomics

  • ECO102 – Microeconomics

  • ACC104 – Financial Accounting

  • ACC105 – Managerial Accounting

  • MTH111 – Elementary Statistics I

  • MTH112 – Elementary Statistics II

  • MTH100 – Algebraic Concepts

  • MTH114 – College Algebra for Business

  • MTH122 – Applied Calculus

  • CSC101 – Computer Literacy

  • LAW101 – Business Law

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an associate’s degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is required to be considered for admission. The Associate in Science Business Administration degree (ABA.AS) is the recommended associate’s degree program at Camden County which includes most of the above courses as part of that program.

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers-School of Business Camden and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. A minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA is recommended to be considered for admission.

Students completing an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree are not eligible to transfer into the Business Administration degree program

Additional Information

For students who have not completed the Business Administration (ABA.AS) associate’s degree at Camden County College, it is recommended to consult with a Rutgers at Camden County advisor prior to applying to transfer to discuss transfer eligibility.

Courses for the Business Administration degree at Rutgers at Camden County College are a combination of courses taught in-class at the CCC-Blackwood campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/camdencc. 

Criminal Justice

The Camden department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, offers an interdisciplinary curriculum of study for individuals seeking a bachelor of arts degree in criminal justice. The criminal justice program prepares students for careers in a broad array of justice-related settings.  Criminal justice courses are complemented with relevant sociological and anthropological course offerings. Students majoring in criminal justice must complete 42 credits of criminal justice, sociology, anthropology, and related courses with at least a 2.0 grade-point average in the combined courses.  At least half of the credits for the major must be taken at Rutgers.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts Criminal Justice program at Rutgers in Blackwood, completion of the following Camden County College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • CRJ101 – Administration of Justice
  • CRJ103 – Legal Systems
  • CRJ106 – Contemporary Corrections
  • MTH107 – Math for Liberal Arts
  • ART111 – Art History I
  • Spoken Foreign Language of 102 or higher

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an associate’s degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is recommended before transferring. The Associate in Science Criminal Justice (CRJ.AS) degree is the recommended associate’s degree program at CCC which includes most of the above courses as part of that program.

Transfer Information 

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to University College-Rutgers Camden and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. A minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA is recommended to be considered for admission.

Additional Information

For students who have not completed the Associate in Criminal Justice (CRJ.AS) associate’s degree at Camden County College, it is recommended to consult with a Rutgers at Camden County advisor prior to applying to transfer to discuss transfer eligibility.

Courses for the Criminal Justice degree at Rutgers at Camden County College are a combination of courses taught in-class at the CCC-Blackwood campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/camdencc.

Liberal Studies

Liberal Studies is a unique program within University College—Camden that provides students the opportunity for interdisciplinary studies in a small classroom settings. The program offers a broad range of courses in literature, history, philosophy, religion, the social sciences, and the arts. This interdisciplinary major in liberal studies is specifically designed for students who transfer to University College-Camden with an Associates in Applied Science degree.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts Liberal Studies program at Rutgers in Blackwood, completion of the following Camden County College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • MATH107 – Math for the Liberal Arts

  • HIS101 – World Civilization

  • SOC101 – Intro to Sociology

  • PSY101 – Intro to Psychology

  • Foreign Language >101

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an associate’s degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is strongly recommended before transferring and is preferred to completion of an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree.

 Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to University College-Rutgers Camden and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. A minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA is recommended to be considered for admission.

Additional Information 

For students who have not completed an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree at Camden County College, it is recommended to consult with a Rutgers at Camden County advisor prior to applying to transfer to discuss transfer eligibility.

Courses for the Liberal Studies degree at Rutgers at Camden County College are a combination of courses taught in-class at the CCC-Blackwood campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/camdencc.

Political Science

The Department of Political Science offers a wide range of courses that students have found useful in preparation for careers in law, government service, and public affairs.  The department curriculum is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of politics and government in the United States, foreign countries, and the international system.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts Political Science program at Rutgers in Blackwood, completion of the following Camden County College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • POL101 – Intro to Political Science

  • POL103 – American Federal Government

  • MTH107 – Math for Liberal Arts

  • ART111 – Art History I

  • Spoken Foreign Language of 102 or higher

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an associate’s degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is recommended before transferring. The Associate in Liberal Arts and Science: Law, Government & Politics Option (GOV.AA) degree is the recommended associate’s degree program at CCC which includes most of the above courses as part of that program. Students completing the Associate in Applied Science in Paralegal Studies are also eligible to transfer and are eligible to receive up to 36 technical credits as part of their transfer credits (60 in total).

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to University College-Rutgers Camden and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. A minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA is recommended to be considered for admission.

Additional Information

For students who have not completed the Associate in Liberal Arts and Science: Law, Government & Politics Option (GOV.AA) associate’s degree at Camden County College, it is recommended to consult with a Rutgers at Camden County advisor prior to applying to transfer to discuss transfer eligibility.

Courses for the Political Science degree at Rutgers at Camden County College are a combination of courses taught in-class at the CCC-Blackwood campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/camdencc.

Psychology

The psychology major provides students with a broad background for understanding behavior through exposure to theories and scientific research across a range of sub-disciplines. Students thus acquire the preparation necessary to pursue graduate training in clinical or research psychology or to enhance the pursuit of related professions such as education, social work, medicine, or criminal justice. the international system.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts Psychology program at Rutgers in Blackwood, completion of the following Camden County College courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • PSY101 – Basic Psychology

  • MTH111 – Intro to Statistics OR

  • MTH171 – Statistics I

  • MTH107 – Math for Liberal Arts

  • ART111 – Art History I

  • Spoken Foreign Language of 102 or higher

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an associate’s degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is recommended before transferring. The Liberal Arts and Science: Psychology Option (PSY.AA) degree is the recommended associate’s degree program at CCC which includes most of the above courses as part of that program.

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to University College-Rutgers Camden and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. A minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA is recommended to be considered for admission.

Additional Information

For students who have not completed the Liberal Arts and Science: Psychology Option (PSY.AA) associate’s degree at Camden County College, it is recommended to consult with a Rutgers at Camden County advisor prior to applying to transfer to discuss transfer eligibility. 

Courses for the Psychology degree at Rutgers at Camden County College are a combination of courses taught in-class at the CCC-Blackwood campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/camdencc.

Rutgers at Mercer County Community College

Business Administration

The Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration program at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden presents associate’s degree recipients the opportunity to structure a winning game plan while expanding their educational experience. The Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration is the solution for those who have earned their associate degree and wish to earn a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from an ACSB accredited institution.

The program’s defined schedule provides convenience to participants who will be able to complete their degree while attending classes at local community college campuses. Students of this program will also have the advantage of accessing real-world knowledge from educators with genuine experience. Our faculty are top researchers in their fields of work. With their guidance, graduates of this program will be equipped with the skills and experience necessary to compete in the business world and to stand out among their peers.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration program at Rutgers-Mercer, completion of the following Mercer County Community College courses is recommended before enrollment:

  • Macroeconomics: ECO111

  • Microeconomics: ECO112

  • Principles of Financial Accounting: ACC111

  • Statistics: BUS205

  • Business Calculus: MAT 149 or MAT151 Students are strongly encouraged to take this course while at Mercer. Students may also take this course online at Rutgers University provided they have completed through MAT146 at Mercer.(Important Note: Students who may also apply to the Rutgers Business School in New Brunswick must take MAT151)

  • Intro to Computers: IST101 (Important Note: Students who may also apply to the Rutgers Business School in New Brunswick must also take IST102.)

  • Business Law: BUS107. This course is recommended, but not required for admission. Students who are unable to fit this course into their Associate Degree may take the course online after enrolling at Rutgers.

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is required to be considered for admission. Students with an AAS or other degrees may not be eligible for this program and should consult with the Manager of Academic Programs at Rutgers-Mercer before applying.

Transfer Information 

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers-School of Business Camden and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to transfer.

Additional Information

Students who have not completed all of the above courses may be still considered for admission but should consult with a Rutgers advisor prior to submitting an application.

Courses for the Business Administration degree at Rutgers-Mercer are a combination of courses taught in-class on the Mercer campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/mccc.

Criminal Justice

The program in Criminal Justice is a comprehensive interdisciplinary program that blends a strong liberal arts education experience with pre-professional instruction in the field of criminal justice. The program provides students with a rich understanding of crime and criminal justice in the United States and abroad. Graduates of the program are well-informed citizens on the subject of crime and justice, and are qualified for graduate study or for employment as practitioners in a variety of legal, policy-making, and law enforcement areas.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice at Rutgers-Mercer, completion of the following College courses is highly recommended before enrollment:

  • CRJ 101 (Intro to Criminal Justice)

  • CRJ 102 (Police in the Community)

  • CRJ 103 (Intro to Corrections)

  • CRJ 105 (Criminology)

  • SOC 101 (Intro to Sociology

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is required to be considered for admission. 

Transfer Information 

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers University and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. Students may transfer up to 90 credits from a four-year university or college and community college combined.

Additional Information

Students with an AAS or other degrees may not be eligible for this program and should consult with the Manager of Academic Programs at Rutgers-Mercer before applying.

A Minor is required for this program.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/mccc.

Labor and Employment Relations

The School of Management and Labor Relations creates and disseminates knowledge about issues related to work, workers, and the employment relationship. The major aims to provide students with an opportunity to learn more about the nature of work, the management of work, the problems of working people, and what workers have done, both individually and collectively, to address those problems.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Science in Labor and Employment Relations program at Rutgers-Mercer, completion of the following Mercer County Community College course is recommended, but not required before enrollment:

  • SOC 101 (Intro to Sociology)

The above course should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Science (AS), or Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree is required to be considered for admission.

Transfer Information 

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers University and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. Students may transfer up to 90 credits from a four-year university or college and community college combined.

Additional Information

Courses for the Labor Studies degree at Rutgers-Mercer are a combination of courses taught in-class on the Mercer campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses. 

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/mccc.

Political Science

The Department of Political Science offers a wide range of courses that students have found useful in preparation for careers in law, government service, and public affairs.  The department curriculum is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of politics and government in the United States, foreign countries, and the international system.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at Rutgers-Mercer, completion of the following College courses is highly recommended before enrollment:

  • POL 101 (American Government) or POL 203 (Law and Politics)

  • POL 201 (International Relations

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is required to be considered for admission. Students with an AAS or other degrees may not be eligible for this program and should consult with the Manager of Academic Programs at Rutgers-Mercer before applying.

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers University and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to transfer. Students who have not completed all of the above courses may be still considered for admission but should consult with a Rutgers advisor prior to submitting an application.

Additional Information 

Courses for the Political Science degree at Rutgers-Mercer are a combination of courses taught in-class on the Mercer campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

A minor is required for this program.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/mccc.

Public Health

The undergraduate program in Public Health is provided through Rutgers’ Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. As one of the strongest policy schools in the nation, the Bloustein School has the capacity to address local, state, regional, national and international policy and planning issues with expertise and credibility. The School is a leader in such areas as smart growth, transportation planning, workforce development, and environmental health, and builds on its association with research centers in related areas. The Bloustein School is also distinctive in its simultaneous focus on graduate and undergraduate education.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

 

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/mccc.

RN to BS in Nursing

The Rutgers School of Nursing-Camden offers a RN to BS in Nursing for registered nurses who are seeking the Bachelors of Science in Nursing (RN to BS in Nursing). The RN to BS Express specifically offered at Rutgers at Atlantic Cape and Rutgers at Mercer program is only open to student who hold an RN license and have successfully completed an associate’s degree in Nursing at a regionally accredited community college. Students complete 90 credits worth of coursework, which includes 33 transfer credits, awarded for successfully passing NCLEX. Students transferring to the RN to BS Express degree will complete 30 credits with Rutgers to earn the BS in Nursing.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the RN to BS in Nursing program offered at Rutgers at Mercer, completion of the following Mercer County Community College courses is recommended before enrollment. While these courses are not required to be considered for admission, they are required for completion of the bachelor’s degree:

  • CHEM107 – General and Physiological Chemistry
  • HPE101 – Basic Concepts of Nutrition
  • MAT125 – Elementary Statistics I
  • PSY207 – Developmental Psychology: Across the Lifespan

After enrolling at Rutgers, students are permitted to take select required courses for the RN to BS program prior to completing the NCLEX exam. Students are encouraged to complete the NCLEX exam as soon as possible to avoid any delays in completing the curriculum.

This transfer program is designed for students who have successfully completed the Associates in Science in Nursing at Mercer County Community College. It is recommended that the above courses be completed as part of or in addition to the AS Nursing program.

Transfer Information

Students are encouraged to apply for the Conditional Admit RN to BS Express Program at Mercer which will allow for the transfer of additional coursework to satisfy Rutgers requirements. A grade of C or better is required to receive transfer credit. Students must take a minimum of 30 credits at Rutgers to earn a degree.

It is strongly recommended to consult with a Mercer Nursing Advisor and Rutgers at Mercer Advisor prior to applying to transfer to discuss transfer eligibility.

Additional Information

Courses for the RN to BS Nursing program at Rutgers at Mercer are a combination of courses taught in-class at the Mercer-West Windsor campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses. In-person courses are typically scheduled on Wednesdays. 

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/mccc.

Rutgers at County College of Morris

Criminal Justice

The program in Criminal Justice is a comprehensive interdisciplinary program that blends a strong liberal arts education experience with pre-professional instruction in the field of criminal justice. The program provides students with a rich understanding of crime and criminal justice in the United States and abroad. Graduates of the program are well-informed citizens on the subject of crime and justice, and are qualified for graduate study or for employment as practitioners in a variety of legal, policy-making, and law enforcement areas.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice at Rutgers-CCM, completion of the following College courses while at County College of Morris are highly recommended prior to enrollment:

  • CJS 116 (Introduction to Criminology)
  • CJS 121 (Criminal Justice System)

The following college courses are suggested prior to enrollment:

  • CJS 213 (Police & The Community)
  • CJS 214 (Juvenile Delinquency & Crime Prevention)
  • CJS 221 (Criminal Law & Procedure)
  • CJS 225 (Probation & Parole)

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate’s Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is required to be considered for admission. AAS or AFA degrees are not eligible for admission to this degree program.

Transfer Information 

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers School of Criminal Justice and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. Students may transfer up to 90 credits from a four-year university or college and community college combined.

Additional Information

Courses for the Criminal Justice degree at Rutgers-CCM are taught in-class at the CCM campus.

A Minor is required for this program.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/ccm.

DISCLAIMER: This advising guide is designed for Prospective Transfer Students from County College of Morris. Please contact our office directly for advising guides from other NJ Community Colleges

Leadership and Management

The Leadership and Management program is offered by the Rutgers Business School—Newark. The Management and Global Business department equips students with the tools, skills and understanding needed to manage and lead businesses in our globally integrated economy.   With a focus on organizations and employees, managers are involved in planning, organizing, staffing, controlling and leading the enterprise. Students develop skills to be not only how to be effective managers, but also to be effective leaders.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Science in Leadership & Management or Marketing program at Rutgers-CCM, completion of the following CCM courses are required before enrollment:

  • ACC 111 (Principles of Accounting I)

  • ACC 112 (Principles of Accounting II)

  • ECO 211 (Principles of Economics I)

  • ECO 212 (Principles of Economics II)

  • BUS 119 (Business Information Systems)•BUS 215 (Principles of Management)

  • MKT 113 (Principles of Marketing)•MAT 124 or MAT 130 (Probability of Statistics or Statistics)

  • MAT 118 or MAT 131 (Calculus with Applications or Analytic Geometry/Calculus I

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate’s Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is required to be considered for admission. AAS orAFA degrees are not eligible for admission to this degree program.

Transfer Information 

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers Business School -Newark and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to transfer.

Additional Information 

Courses for the Leadership & Management or Marketingdegreesat Rutgers-CCMare a combination of courses taught in-class at the CCMcampus and hybrid courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/ccm.

DISCLAIMER: This advising guide is designed for Prospective Transfer Students from County College of Morris. Please contact our office directly for advising guides from other NJ Community Colleges

Psychology

The psychology major provides students with a broad background for understanding behavior through exposure to theories and scientific research across a range of sub-disciplines. Students thus acquire the preparation necessary to pursue graduate training in clinical or research psychology or to enhance the pursuit of related professions such as education, social work, medicine, or criminal justice.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts in Psychology program at Rutgers-CCM, completion of the following County College of Morris courses are recommended before enrollment:

  • PSY 113 (General Psychology)

The following courses listed below are suggested courses prior to enrollment:

  • PSY 213 (Child Psychology)

  • PSY 225 (Abnormal Psychology)

  • PSY 214 (Adolescent Psychology)

  • PSY 218 (Cross-Cultural Psychology)

  • PSY 221 (Psychology of Personality)

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate’s Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is required to be considered for admission. AAS or AFA degrees are not eligible for admission to this degree program.

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers Newark-University College and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. Students may transfer up to 90 credits from a four-year university or college and community college combined. 

Additional Information

Courses for the Psychology degree at Rutgers-CCM are a combination of courses taught in-class at the CCM campus and online courses. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses. 

A Minor or Off-Campus Secondary Concentration is required for this program.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/ccm.

DISCLAIMER: This advising guide is designed for Prospective Transfer Students from County College of Morris. Please contact our office directly for advising guides from other NJ Community Colleges

Rutgers at Raritan Valley Community College

Labor and Employment Relations

The School of Management and Labor Relations creates and disseminates knowledge about issues related to work, workers, and the employment relationship. The major aims to provide students with an opportunity to learn more about the nature of work, the management of work, the problems of working people, and what workers have done, both individually and collectively, to address those problems.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Science in Labor and Employment Relations program at Rutgers-RVCC, completion of the following Raritan Valley Community College courses is recommended, but not required, prior to enrollment:

  • MATH-110 (Statistics I)

  • SOCI-101 (Introduction to Sociology)

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Science (AS), or Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree is required to be considered for admission.

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers University and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to be transferred in. Students may transfer up to 90 credits from a four-year university or college and community college combined.

Additional Information

Courses for the Labor Studies degree at Rutgers-RVCC are a combination of courses taught in-class at the Raritan Valley Community College campus and online. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/rvcc.

Liberal Studies

Liberal Studies is a unique program within University College—Camden that provides students the opportunity for interdisciplinary studies in a small classroom settings. The program offers a broad range of courses in literature, history, philosophy, religion, the social sciences, and the arts. This interdisciplinary major in liberal studies is specifically designed for students who transfer to University College-Camden with an Associates in Applied Science degree.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts Liberal Studies program at Rutgers-RVCC, completion of the following Raritan Valley Community courses is recommended, but not required, prior to enrollment:

  • MATH-100 (Finite Math) or MATH-101 (Number Systems)

  • 2 semesters of any Foreign Language. (NOT including American Sign Language)

  • SOCI-101 (Introduction to Sociology)

  • PSYC-103 (Introduction to Psychology

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Science (AS), or Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree is required to be considered for admission.

Transfer Information

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers University and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to transfer. Students who have not completed all the above courses may be still considered for admission but should consult with a Rutgers advisor prior to applying.

Additional Information

Courses for the Liberal Studies degree at Rutgers-RVCC are a combination of courses taught in-class at the Raritan Valley Community College campus and online. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/rvcc.

Political Science

The Department of Political Science offers a wide range of courses that students have found useful in preparation for careers in law, government service, and public affairs.  The department curriculum is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of politics and government in the United States, foreign countries, and the international system.

Recommended Courses Before Enrollment

For students interested in transferring into the Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at Rutgers-RVCC, completion of the following Raritan Valley Community College courses is recommended, but not required, prior to enrollment:

  • •POLI-101 (Intro to Political Science) – required

  • •POLI-121 (American Government)

  • •POLI-231 (Introduction to International Relations)

The above courses should be completed as part of or in addition to an Associate Degree program. Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree is required to be considered for admission. Students with an AAS or other degrees may not be eligible for this program but should consult with the Manager of Academic Programs at Rutgers-RVCC prior to applying.

Transfer Information 

Students may transfer up to 60 credits from a community college to Rutgers University and must receive a grade of C or better for a course to transfer. Students who have not completed all the above courses may be still considered for admission but should consult with a Rutgers advisor prior to applying.

Additional Information

Courses for the Political Science degree at Rutgers-RVCC are a combination of courses taught in-class at the Raritan Valley Community College campus and online. Students interested in transferring into this program should be comfortable with taking some online courses.

A Minor is required for this program.

For additional information, visit statewide.rutgers.edu/rvcc.