Transferring from Niagara County Community College
Medaille College enjoys a comprehensive partnership with Niagara County Community College that offers NCCC students the opportunity to continue their education through a variety of academic programs leading to a bachelor’s degree.
Transferring from Niagara County Community College (NCCC) to Medaille College
2+2 Enrollment Program
Medaille College enjoys a comprehensive partnership with Niagara County Community College that offers NCCC students the opportunity to continue their education through a variety of academic programs leading to a bachelor’s degree. If you follow the guidelines faithfully, you will be positioned to complete your Medaille degree in two years of standard course loads. The overall joint enrollment agreement incorporates the following program-specific 2+2 connections:
|NCCC Degree Program||Medaille Program|
|Business: Business Administration||Business Administration|
|Criminal Justice||Criminal Justice|
|Liberal Arts and Sciences||Business Administration|
|Liberal Arts and Sciences: Math and Science||Applied Mathematics|
|Sport Management||Sport Management|
The general studies degree serves as good academic preparation for a variety of majors. As the list suggests, more than one appropriate program pathway exists between Niagara County Community College and several fields of study at Medaille. NCCC students interested in transferring after completion of their associate degree are encouraged to apply for admission to the joint enrollment program through their campus’s Admissions Office.
Planning and Advisement Documents
The online documents in this section are designed to help you engage effectively in planning and advisement during your time at NCCC so that the transition to Medaille goes as smoothly and successfully as possible:
Niagara County Community College and Medaille College Joint Enrollment Program Agreement (PDF): administrative and describes the overall policies and procedures for joint enrollment agreed upon by officials at both institutions.
Master List of Transferable Courses: identifies every NCCC course accepted for transfer credit at Medaille. It also notes, when applicable, equivalencies between comparable NCCC and Medaille courses. The Master List is definitive, and should take the mystery out of whether a specific NCCC course will transfer or not. Any NCCC class on the list will transfer at least as a free elective. Most will apply to specific degree requirements at Medaille.
Cooperative Degree Program Curriculum Guides are perhaps your most important resource and advisement tool. Look for the guide that corresponds to your NCCC degree program. Each guide provides you with a critical overview about the application of all your transfer courses toward various categories of graduation requirements in your intended Medaille major. The guide also directs you how to make the most effective use of electives in your NCCC program to maximize credit transfer. If you follow all the guidelines faithfully, then you will be positioned to complete your Medaille degree in two years of standard course loads. All documents are PDF format.
Business: Accounting (AAS)
Business: Business Administration (AS)
Criminal Justice (AS)
Liberal Arts and Sciences (AA)
Liberal Arts and Sciences: Math and Science (AS) Public Communication (AS)
Sport Management (AS)