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Quincy College has agreements with 20 institutions in the Boston-area.

For more information about program articulation and transfer agreements, contact the Office of Advising.

Agreements with 20 Institutions in the Boston-area and Beyond

A Quincy College degree can open the door to attending UMass Boston, Lesley University, Northeastern University, Eastern Nazarene College and other local area institutions.

Did you know a Quincy College degree can open the door to attending Curry College, Northeastern UniversityUMass Boston, Eastern Nazarene College,  Lesley University, and other local area institutions? Quincy College has agreements with 20 institutions in the Boston-area and beyond to help students transition from their associate degree to a bachelor degree program.

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Taking the Next Step

Quincy College has agreements with 20 institutions in the Boston-area and beyond to help students transition from their associate degree to a bachelor degree program. Colleges and universities participating in these agreements include the following:

  • Cambridge College
  • Curry College
  • Eastern Nazarene College
  • Lesley University
  • Northeastern University
  • Southern New Hampshire University
  • UMass Boston
  • William James College

For more information about program articulation and transfer agreements, contact Rhiannon Gorham, Academic Advising Specialist via (617) 984-1773 | rgorham@quincycollege.edu or stop by the Office of Academic Advising.

The Road to Quincy College Passes through Your High School

College on My Campus

Through the College on My Campus program, high school students can take courses that offer credit as part of their high school program and receive a Quincy College transcript for the same course. Credits earned through these courses are transferable to any college or university that would otherwise accept Quincy College credit. These dual enrollment courses are currently offered at the following high schools:

  • Archbishop Williams High School
  • Bais Yaakov School of Boston
  • Greater Lowell Technical High School
  • North Quincy High School
  • Quincy High School
  • Sacred Heart High School (Kingston)
  • South Shore Vocational Technical High School
  • Stoughton High School
  • The Virtual High School (Maynard)
  • Urban Science Academy (Boston Public Schools)
  • West Roxbury Academy (Boston Public Schools)
  • Weymouth High School
  • Whitman-Hanson Regional High School
  • The Woodward School (Quincy)
  • Yeshiva Ohr Yisrael

Students interested in dual enrollment should contact their high school guidance counselor or click here to receive more information.


Transfer Programs

Students may earn transfer credit for participating in various vocational/technical education programs at area high schools. These credits only apply toward a degree at Quincy College and are only transferable to another institution as part of a Quincy College certificate or degree program.

The following schools are currently part of the Transfer Program:

  • Blue Hills Regional Technical School
  • Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School
  • Brockton High School
  • Greater Lowell Technical High School
  • Madison Park Technical Vocational High School
  • Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School
  • Plymouth Public Schools
  • Quincy Public Schools
  • Rindge School of Technical Arts (Cambridge Rindge and Latin)
  • Silver Lake Regional High School
  • South Shore Vocational Technical High School
  • Southeastern Regional Vocational Technical High School
  • Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical School
  • Weymouth High School

 

Lesley University Streamlined Bachelor’s Degree

Quincy College graduates are able to make a seamless transition into Lesley University after earning their associate’s degree to complete their bachelor’s degree, under a new articulation agreement.

This means that certain courses taken at Quincy College count toward a bachelor’s degree at Lesley University.  

This agreement supports students in Quincy College associate degree programs (at both the Quincy and Plymouth campuses), by providing a simple streamlined pathway to bachelor’s degree completion at Lesley’s Cambridge campus, online and Boston programs.

The articulation agreement includes many of Quincy College’s programs, such as:

  • Business Management
  • Early Childhood Education
  • General Studies
  • History/Government
  • Human Services
  • Humanities
  • Natural Science
  • Psychology

Quincy College and Lesley University as separate institutions have developed curricula and programs working to fill the growing need for skilled and liberally educated workers to support workforce development in Massachusetts.

The partnership developed after both institutions recognized a local need for a pathway for bachelor’s degree completion that is affordable, flexible, and approachable. This partnership can benefit a wide student population from older students returning to the classroom to take advantage of tuition remission offered by their employer to rising high school seniors looking to pursue a bachelor’s degree. Quincy College graduates can capitalize on the full resources of Lesley University, benefiting from a world-class education.

For more information about Lesley University and their programs, please visit: http://www.lesley.edu/academics/.

Click here to see the specific programs offered by Quincy College and the programs they articulate to at these colleges and universities. For more information about program articulation and transfer agreements, contact the Office of Advising.

 

Quincy College and Northeastern University create a Pathway for Bachelor’s Degree Completion

Offering a Streamlined Route to STEM Degrees

Northeastern University Stem Pathway

Quincy College and Northeastern University College of Professional Studies announced that Quincy College graduates will be able to make a seamless transition into Northeastern University College of Professional Studies after earning their associate’s degree to complete their bachelor’s degree. Through this new partnership, via the newly negotiated articulation agreement,  courses covered by the agreement taken at Quincy College count towards the bachelor’s degree just as if they had been taken at the four-year university.

STEM PATHWAY

This general articulation agreement supports all Quincy College majors providing a streamlined pathway to bachelor’s degree completion in science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) and health related fields. Under this agreement, Quincy College students must graduate with a strong academic record to attend the Northeastern University College of Professional Studies. Program specific articulation will be developed this spring.

Quincy College and Northeastern University as separate institutions have developed curricula and programs working to fill the growing need for skilled workers in the STEM fields, particularly in Massachusetts.  In addition, Quincy College has made capital investments of new laboratory space to support STEM skill development. Together, Quincy College and Northeastern University’s Lowell Institute School will provide a simplified, streamlined, and innovative pathway from an associate degree at Quincy College to a bachelor’s degree from Northeastern University.

BOSTON AREA PARTNERSHIP
The partnership developed after both institutions recognized a local need for a pathway for bachelor’s degree completion that is affordable, flexible, and approachable. This partnership can benefit a wide student population from older students returning to the classroom to take advantage of tuition remission offered by their employer to rising high school seniors looking to pursue a bachelor’s degree. Quincy College graduates can capitalize on the full resources of Northeastern University, benefiting from a world-class education.

NORTHEASTERN

“Given the shifts in the regional and national economy toward the innovation fields, completing a bachelor’s degree is more important than ever”, said John LaBrie, Dean, Northeastern University College of Professional Studies. “Partnering with Quincy College with its track record for educating students for work and life offers a new opportunity for the educational and career advancement of our students.”

QUINCY COLLEGE

Quincy College’s Dean of Online Learning & Inter-Institutional Affairs, Dr. Michael Marrapodi added: “Northeastern University Lowell Institute School, as part of the College of Professional Studies, closely aligns with Quincy College’s mission. As an open access institution that encourages academic achievement and excellence, diversity, economic opportunity, community involvement, and lifelong learning, Quincy College is pleased to facilitate valuable learning relationships and partnerships with local colleges and universities to help our students realize their educational and professional futures.”

MORE INFO

For more information about the Lowell Institute School and their program, visit: http://www.cps.neu.edu/discover/schools-institutes/lowell-institute-school/.

Northeastern University CPS

About the Northeastern College of Professional Studies and Lowell Institute School

Northeastern University College of Professional Studies is one of nine colleges that form the university. Northeastern is renowned for experiential education, and the College of Professional Studies incorporates this strength in career-focused professional education at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The Lowell Institute School, focused on science, technology and engineering degrees, is part of the College of Professional Studies. Degrees reflect business needs, the reality of the present economy, and areas of professional growth and demand. Learn more: www.cps.neu.edu

Click here to see the specific programs offered by Quincy College and the programs they articulate to at these colleges and universities. For more information about program articulation and transfer agreements, contact the Office of Advising.

UMass Boston- Joint Admissions for International Students

Quincy College announced JOINT ADMISSIONS with UMass Boston. Through this “One Application, Two Great Schools” program students are accepted to UMass Boston at the same time they are accepted to Quincy College.

EASY TO GET STARTED

We know you are eager to embark on a new degree in the United States. At Quincy College we are here to assist you every step of the way. With joint admissions through our “One Application – Two Great Schools” program you can ease into American college life at Quincy College in the “City of Presidents,” Quincy, Massachusetts. Then smoothly transition to the University of Massachusetts (UMass) Boston located in the hub of academic excellence, Boston, Massachusetts. This pathway program can lead you to an associate and bachelor degree. Your first step is to apply online here.

ONE APPLICATION – TWO GREAT SCHOOLS

Quincy College, a Boston area institution, currently hosts over 400 international students from more than 121 countries around the globe. Our vibrant, student-centered program includes 35 major areas of study, including business, nursing, natural science, computer programming, and many others.

Through this joint admissions program, students who successfully complete the associates program at Quincy College with a minimum of a 2.5 cumulative GPA may enroll in a bachelor’s degree program at the University of Massachusetts Boston. UMass Boston offers over 100 majors and programs of study and many opportunities for students to conduct research and participate in internship offerings.

To begin the process, complete the online application by clicking here and check the box in the international student section of the application indicating your interest in joint admissions.

PATHWAY PROGRAM TO A BACHELOR DEGREE IN BOSTON. APPLY NOW.

Click here to apply online.
Questions? Contact the Quincy College Office of Admissions at +1-617-984-1710 or the Quincy College International Student Services office at +1-617-984-1674 or email international@quincycollege.edu.

UMASS Boston

Click here to see the specific programs offered by Quincy College and the programs they articulate to at these colleges and universities. For more information about program articulation and transfer agreements, contact the Office of Advising.

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