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GHC students can now participate in KSU degree program at Paulding Site


 

Georgia Highlands College students will now have a viable option to earn a bachelor’s degree from Kennesaw State University. GHC students can now participate in KSU’s “2+2” degree program at Paulding Site in Dallas, GA. The “2+2” Integrative Studies program, beginning in Fall 2016, will provide students in general studies a new bachelor’s pathway.

Students who elect to begin the “2+2” program in Integrative Studies may select from two tracks: General Studies or Specialized Studies. The General Studies track, which requires a transfer GPA of 2.0, will have an emphasis on psychology and criminal justice.

The Specialized Studies track, which requires a transfer GPA of 2.5, will allow students to select an emphasis in criminal justice or an emphasis in psychology, while also providing the possibility of earning a Leadership Studies Academic Certificate.

Both tracks have extensive internships to begin the networking process for future employment. The “2+2” Integrative Studies is a strong academic program for students who wish to enter the workplace with a variety of options available to them.

The “2+2” program, a partnership between Kennesaw State and Georgia Highlands College, allows students with associate degrees to continue for two years at the KSU Paulding Site to earn their bachelor’s degrees.

For further information on the “2+2” Integrative Studies program, contact Anita VanBrackle or Dalton Lemelle, KSU Paulding Site, at 678-946-1099.

 



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