Posted Thursday, May 6th, 2010
County College of Morris and the College of St. Elizabeth have signed a joint agreement to allow students admitted to CCM’s Associate in Arts degree program in communications or journalism also to be admitted to the St. Elizabeth’s baccalaureate program in communications.
Upon graduation from CCM, students in the program will be able to take up to an additional 33 credits at County College of Morris. The other remaining credits toward the bachelor’s degree would be selected from St. Elizabeth’s courses, most of which will be offered at the CCM campus.
County College in Randolph and the College of St. Elizabeth in Convent Station have similar joint agreements in business administration and criminal justice.