Bachelor's Degree Programs at Atlantic Cape
Students can earn four-year or graduate degrees without leaving Atlantic Cape’s campuses.
Atlantic Cape has partnerships with Stockton University, Rutgers University and Fairleigh Dickinson University to provide opportunities for local residents to continue their education while staying close to home.
Courses are offered at Atlantic Cape's Mays Landing Campus.
These partnerships create a seamless education from high school through the bachelor’s degree for selected programs and increases the pool of well-educated workers able to contribute to southern New Jersey’s economic expansion.
Conditional Dual Admission Agreements at Atlantic Cape
Atlantic Cape Community College and Stockton University have a conditional dual admission agreement. Atlantic and Cape May County students who are denied admission to Stockton University directly out of high school will be offered conditional admission as a transfer student to Stockton University. Or first time Atlantic Cape students will have the opportunity to be conditionally admitted to Stockton University by applying to the program and completing a Conditional Admission Application and Academic Record Release Form.
Admission to Stockton University is contingent upon:
- Successful completion of the A.A., A.S., or A.A.S. degree at Atlantic Cape
- Maintaining a 2.5 or better GPA at Atlantic Cape in all courses taken
- Achieving a grade “C” or better in any program pre-requisites in which student wishes to matriculate at Stockton University.
Atlantic Cape Community College and Rutgers University have a conditional dual admission agreement for the below Rutgers degrees. The agreements enable students who complete an associate degree at Atlantic Cape seamless continuation toward a Bachelor of Science at the Rutgers Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy on the New Brunswick Campus. These agreements expand the long-standing relationship between Atlantic Cape and Rutgers.
- Health Administration
- Public Health
- Public Policy
- Planning and Public Policy
- Urban Planning and Design
Health Administration and Public Health can also be pursued at Rutgers@Atlantic Cape on the Mays Landing Campus.
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Atlantic Cape Community College-Fairleigh Dickinson University Scholars Program is a partnership which makes earning a bachelor's or master's degree faster and more convenient by offering FDU classes at Atlantic Cape Community College. This agreement offers convenience & flexibility with: classes close to home (on the ML campus), evening & online classes, full or part-time options, & part-time students can complete up to 18 credits per year.Programs include: B.A. Individualized Studies with Concentrations in:
- Business & Technology
- Health & Human Services Administration
- Hospitality Management
- M.S. in Hospitality Management Studies
For information contact: Linda Dry, Coordinator of Administrative & Student Services, FDU's-Community College Partnership at Atlantic Cape Community College at 609-343-4984 or email@example.com
Save thousands of dollars in tuition, fees and other college-related costs by earning your associate degree at Atlantic Cape, then transferring to a four-year school for your bachelor’s degree. Atlantic Cape has transfer agreements with over 30 colleges and universities nationwide. If you do not see your preferred institution on this list, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Graduates of Atlantic Cape have been able to apply to transfer to institutions across the country. An Atlantic Cape degree is a path to opportunity!
The Burgundy-Blue Connection assists and encourages students enrolled at selected community colleges to pursue a full-time A.A. or A.S. degree from their home county college followed by a full-time bachelorís degree from the University. Students who select the Burgundy-Blue Connection will have a Fairleigh Dickinson academic advisor in addition to an advisor on their home campus. Fairleigh Dickinson advisors are located on the Mays Landing Campus.
A student who maintains a 2.50 cumulative grade point ratio (GPR) at the county college and earns the associateís degree will be awarded a Burgundy-Blue Connection Achievement Grant.?