Bachelor’s Degree Options At RCC
Rockingham Community College is one of the few North Carolina community colleges to offer four-year bachelor’s degree options on our campus. We are able to do this thanks to partnerships with Greensboro College and Winston-Salem State University. The following bachelor’s degree programs are available:
Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education or Birth-Kindergarten Education from Greensboro College at RCC
Candidates for these programs are students who have completed or who are near completion of the Associate in Art's Degree, students who have completed two years of college transfer studies, and lateral entry candidates or teacher assistants. Although students will physically be on the RCC campus for their upper level courses, they will be Greensboro College students and, thus, have access to that institution's resources. Tuition for the programs will be comparable to that of state institutions and will be paid to Greensboro College. For more information contact Rebecca Blomgren, Greensboro College Dean of the School of Professional and Graduate Studies at 336.272.7102, ext. 262 or email@example.com.
Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice from Greensboro College at RCC
Candidates for this program are students who have completed their associate's degree in Criminal Justice, are in the process of completing their degree, or have completed a degree in another field and are interested in pursuing a bachelor's degree in criminal justice. Although students will physically be on the RCC campus for their upper level courses, they will be Greensboro College students and, thus, have access to that institution's resources. Tuition for the third and fourth years will be comparable to that of state institutions and will be paid to Greensboro College. For more information contact Deirdre Sommerlad-Rogers, Sociology Department, at 336.272.7102, ext. 5234 or firstname.lastname@example.org
RN to BSN Outreach Option from Winston-Salem State University at RCC
Rockingham Community College has an articulation agreement with the Department of Nursing, School of Health Sciences at Winston-Salem State University for WSSU to offer the Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing on the campus of RCC. RCC graduates and other registered nurses in the community will be admitted to the WSSU RN-BSN program after completion of the requirements for the Associate Degree Nursing Program and after obtaining an unrestricted Registered Nurse License. For additional admissions information, students should contact Elizabeth Gwynn, Division of Nursing, Winston-Salem State University, at 336-750-2276 or email@example.com