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BCCC students can enroll in a GMercyU Bachelor's degree program with third year (junior) status as long as they graduate from BCCC with an appropriate Associate degree and a minimum GPA and 2.0 (higher for some majors). BCCC graduates should be able to complete a bachelor's degree in four regular semesters once enrolling at GMercyU.
GMercyU will provide and oversee Continuing Education Units (CEUs) related to social work for members of the Bucks-Mont Collaborative, a non-profit organization dedicated to health and human service issues.
As a program accredited by the Council for Social Work Education, GMercyU's Bachelor of Social Work program is a pre-approved CEU provider.
A partner of GMercyU's Criminal Justice Program, this program brings incarcerated and non-incarcerated students together as peers for regular meetings at the Federal Detention Center of Philadelphia. During the meetings, GMercyU “outside” students and “inside” students exchange thoughts and perspectives about social inequalities, prison reform, and restorative justice.
Montgomery County Community College students can enroll in a GMercyU Bachelor's degree program with third year (junior) status as long as they graduate from MCCC with an appropriate Associate degree and a minimum GPA and 2.0 (higher for some majors*). MCCC graduates should be able to complete a bachelor's degree in four regular semesters once enrolling at GMercyU.
Montgomery County Community College students who earn an A.A.S. degree in Hospitality Management will be granted priority admission into GMercyU's B.S. in Management degree program with Junior status.
Through a partnership with the University of Limerick in Ireland, GMercyU students can earn college credit for summer courses completed during a 3-4 week stay at the University of Limerick. Options include courses in Business, Education and Health Science, and the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. Students will live on the University of Limerick campus while completing their summer coursework.
GMercyU students need to have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 to be considered for the program. Nursing students will have had to complete all Junior nursing courses by the end of the spring term in order to participate in this study abroad program.
Gwynedd Mercy University has a limited amount of funding available to help students defray the cost of traveling to Ireland for this special program. For more information, please contact your academic advisor.