MCCC and Monmouth University Sign Transfer Agreement
for Computer Science Students


WEST WINDSOR, N.J. -- Mercer County Community College and Monmouth University have entered into a new articulation agreement. Students who graduate with the required courses from Mercer's Computer Science associate degree program will be able to enter into the bachelor's degree program in Software Engineering at Monmouth. MCCC President Patricia C. Donohue and Monmouth University Vice President Thomas Pearson signed the agreement last month.

Students must maintain an overall grade point average of 2.0 or higher. Students in Mercer's program will be required to take 64 credits that include Calculus I and II, Computer Science, Computer Architecture, Physics I and II, Probability and Statistics for Science & Engineering, Discrete Mathematical Structures and the required courses in the Liberal Arts.

MCCC has signed transfer agreements with dozens of colleges throughout the region and nation, and also offers dual admissions programs with eight New Jersey colleges and universities. For more information contact MCCC's Transfer Services office at 609-570-3307 or the Department of Mathematics at 609-570-3378 or 3320.

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