We value your path toward an associate degree and are dedicated to helping you continue your journey toward a bachelor’s degree once you have completed your AA or AS with one of our community college partners.
Our bachelor’s degree completion programs are designed to help you derive the most value from your prior educational and work experience and earn your degree faster and more efficiently, significantly reducing the time and investment required. Northeastern offers programs that are aligned with market trends, which can directly translate into additional job opportunities and more dollars earned over time.
Based upon our confidence in the education you will receive from our community college partners, we are delighted to provide you details of our transfer application process and the admission requirements necessary for you to take advantage of our Transfer Pathway agreement with your community college and to begin your studies at Northeastern University.
If you intend to transfer to Northeastern after successful completion of an associate degree from a community college partner and the terms of our Transfer Pathway agreement, you can obtain a conditional letter of admission to Northeastern University by simply filling out the form on this page, and a community college enrollment specialist will connect with you.
Our bachelor’s degree programs are affordable for many students through a variety of financial aid opportunities — including scholarships up to $15,000. Additionally, here are a few other reasons to consider completing your bachelor's degree at Northeastern:
Northeastern’s College of Professional Studies makes the transfer process simple. To be admitted to one of our bachelor’s completion programs, simply provide:
Transcripts reflecting a minimum cumulative GPA of at least 2.5/4.0.
*Note: If you have attended multiple colleges, please send along ALL of the official transcripts. Even if they are shown all on one transcript, we will need each individual transcript for each college attended. This will ensure the most transferable credits.
**Students without conferred associate degrees and/or less than 60 credits are also eligible for Northeastern’s bachelor’s completion programs. Please visit our website for more details. northeastern.edu/bachelors-completion/transfer-students/
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