For students who wish to further their education, an agreement to transfer credits between the New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) and Mount Saint Vincent University (the Mount) is in place. Officials from NBCC and the Mount were recently at NBCC Moncton to sign the agreement.
Students who have completed a diploma in the programs Business Administration or Hospitality and Tourism Management from NBCC will be eligible for two years of university credits toward a Bachelor of Business Administration or a Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management at the Mount. The articulation agreement also applies to students from the Mount who transfer to NBCC. In both cases, students must meet the criteria of the admitting institution.
“We are pleased to have established this relationship with Mount Saint Vincent University,” said Bill Best, Executive Director of the New Brunswick Community College. “This articulation agreement will provide additional opportunity for our students to pursue the pathway to a degree. Our organization promotes and encourages continuous learning and achievement of career success for our graduates.”
“The Mount is known for its flexible approach to learning for students, and we are pleased to be able to extend this to NBCC students,” says Kim Kienapple, Dean of Professional Studies at the Mount. “Students transferring from NBCC will benefit from our supportive faculty, small class sizes and the option to complete the program in class, or through distance learning on either a full or part-time basis.”
NBCC is a college network that serves students (in English) from seven New Brunswick localities, with over 100 programs.
Mount Saint Vincent University is renowned for its wide range of programs and areas of study within Arts, Sciences, Education and Professional Studies as well as its personalized approach to learning.
Sonya Gilks, Communications, NBCC
Akiko Lovett, Public Affairs, Mount Saint Vincent University
Pictured above from left, seated: Rod Tilley, Associate Professor, Business Administration and Tourism and Hospitality Management; Bill Best, Executive Director, NBCC
Pictured standing, from left: Marie-Paule Theriault, principal, NBCC Miramichi; John Ferguson, Dean, Program Development and Access, NBCC; Andrew Currie, Director People and Planning, NBCC; Darren Rose, Principal, NBCC Moncton; Heather Hatheway, Principal, NBCC Fredericton; Terry Dempsey, Principal, NBCC St. Andrews; Tim Marshall, Principal, NBCC Woodstock; Diane Burt, Principal , NBCC Saint John