To further expand the advanced-degree opportunities it offers to its students and community members, Montgomery County Community College has added Neumann University to its University Center partnership of higher education institutions, writes Diane VanDyke for the Montgomery County Community College News.
As part of the newly established partnership, Neumann University will be offering a Bachelor of Science in Public Safety Administration online degree completion program.
The program is designed to help people prepare for administrative and leadership positions in the fields of firefighting, police, and emergency medical services.
Neumann will accept 90 transfer credits, providing students with an affordable way to earn a bachelor’s degree by taking additional courses at MCCC.
Additionally, the online format offers a flexible schedule, which is especially important to students who have to balance work, family, and school responsibilities.
The associate degree program in Public Safety Administration will be available for the 2020 fall semester and can be completed in just 20 months.
“We are pleased that Neumann is joining our University Center partnership that enables students to continue their education here at Montgomery,” said Dr. Victoria Bastecki-Perez, MCCC’s Interim President and Provost.
Read more about the partnership at the Montgomery County Community College News by clicking here