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Quincy College and Eastern Nazarene College join forces for new BA in Management program

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February 26, 2016
QUINCY, Mass.— Quincy College students who earn an associate’s degree are now able to continue their studies at Eastern Nazarene College (ENC), earning a bachelor’s degree in Management through a new partnership between the two colleges.
 
Through a new articulation agreement between the two colleges, Quincy College graduates will be able to make a seamless transition into ENC’s Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Management program. Students will be accepted on a rolling basis into the 30-month BA program, which follows a cohort model whereby classes meet once a week for six weeks. The first cohort through the partnership with Quincy College begins April 4 at ENC’s Old Colony Campus in Quincy. A cohort based at Quincy College’s Plymouth Campus will begin in the fall.
 
The partnership developed after both institutions recognized a local need for higher education programs that would enable associate’s degree graduates who live on the South Shore to continue their education locally.
 
“Eastern Nazarene College is very excited about our new partnership with Quincy College,” said Dr. Jossie Owens, vice president for ENC’s Adult and Graduate Studies Division. “Our joint partnership will further enhance our students’ local community experiences and at the same time broaden their academic and social development in preparing them to be global change agents.”
 
Mary Burke, Quincy College’s vice president of academic and administrative affairs and dean of the Plymouth Campus, added, “Quincy College is happy to partner with Eastern Nazarene, providing a pathway to success for our students to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Management. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality of education, enabling Quincy College students to reach their academic and professional goals, allowing them to remain on the South Shore to continue their education and invest in their future locally.”
 
For more information on ENC’s Bachelor of Arts in Management program, call (617)-774-6800 or visit www.enc.edu/adult-studies.  For more information about Quincy College’s programs, please visit: www.quincycollege.edu.