CCM signs transfer agreement with Rutgers

April 4, 2016

County College of Morris students majoring in health administration, public health, public policy, and urban planning and design will now be able to transfer with full credit to the Rutgers University’s Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy.

CCM and Rutgers signed a formal agreement last week launching the Bloustein Direct Admit Program, which will enable CCM students to directly transfer with full credit to their third year at the Bloustein School, according to a press release from CCM.

Daily Record, April 4

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