Want a Bachelor’s Degree?
Save money and take Ramapo classes on the PCCC campus!
Students are able to remain at PCCC while taking the third year of Ramapo’s bachelor’s degree curriculum. Upon successful completion of the third year, students will take the remaining fourth-year curriculum on the Ramapo College campus.
PCCC graduates who earned an Associate in Science (AS) in Human Services Degree, can transition to Ramapo’s Bachelor’s in Social Work (BSW) degree program and remain on the PCCC campus while taking the courses required for the third and fourth years of Ramapo’s BSW curriculum.
Why Choose Ramapo@PCCC?
Save money when you take third-year courses at PCCC tuition rates
* Courses in the Ramapo@PCCC program, including pre-requisites, are not eligible for the PCCC Alumni Waiver program.
Upon successful completion of your third year, you will receive guaranteed admission* to Ramapo with full transfer credit for your final year of undergraduate college
* Academic eligibility must be maintained as per the agreement and academic policies.
Remain in the familiar PCCC environment with full access to PCCC support services
I am very grateful I was able to participate in such an affordable and flexible program, and I cannot imagine getting my bachelor’s any other way.
How it works
Once you complete your degree at PCCC:
Take the third year of Ramapo’s bachelor curriculum at PCCC
Take the fourth year at Ramapo
Successfully complete all requirements and earn your bachelor’s degree
This 3+1 program is available for graduates of an Associate Degree program in:
3+1 Curriculum Maps
3+1 applicants should complete the Inquiry Form. PCCC graduates can apply now. Current students who are working towards their degree, should apply after speaking with a program representative.
Yes, students can transfer at any time.
Once you complete your AA or AS degree and are accepted to the program, you can start taking classes for the BA on a PCCC campus. Some courses are existing PCCC courses and some are newly created courses developed with Ramapo faculty specifically for this program.
Humanities & Global Studies
Both PCCC and Ramapo offer state and federal financial aid to students accepted to the degree program and who qualify according to state and federal aid requirements. Prerequisites may not be covered by financial aid. The PCCC Alumni Waiver program does not include Ramapo@PCCC programs or prerequistes to the program.
Graduates of PCCC’s AA-Liberal Arts: Psychology are eligible for Ramapo’s BA Degree in Psychology
Graduates of PCCC’s AA- Liberal Arts: Criminal Justice are eligible for Ramapo’s BA Degree in Social Science
Graduates of PCCC’s AA Liberal Arts: Humanities are eligible for Ramapo’s BA Degree in Humanities & Global Studies
Graduates of PCCC’s AS Business Administration are eligible for Ramapo’s BA Degree in Humanities & Global Studies
Graduates of PCCC’s AS Criminal Justice are eligible for Ramapo’s BA Degree in Social Science
*Graduates of other A.A., A.S.and A.A.S. programs should inquire about their eligibility.
For Graduates of a PCCC Human Services Degree Program
Once you complete your degree at PCCC:
Take both the third and fourth years of Ramapo’s BSW (Bachelor of Social Work) degree curriculum at a PCCC campus
Remain in the familiar PCCC environment with PCCC support services
Pay special Ramapo@PCCC tuition rate
2+2 applicants will apply at apply.ramapo.edu/apply. PCCC graduates with the AS in Human Services Degree can apply now. Current students who are working towards this degree should apply after speaking with a program representative.
To be considered for admission into the BSW program you will be required to complete your A.S. in Human Services at PCCC with a minimum GPA of 2.75 and a combined grade average of B in HS 101 and HS 222. In addition, you must complete the following prerequisite courses prior to entering into the program:
SO 101 Intro to Sociology
SO 105 Social Problems
PS 101 Intro to Psychology
HS 101 Intro to Human Services
HS 222 History & Philosophy of Social Welfare
Both PCCC and Ramapo offer state and federal aid to all who qualify.
Once you complete your AS degree in Human Services, have completed all prerequisite courses, and are accepted to the 2+2 program, you can start taking classes for the BSW on a PCCC campus.