CSE and the County College of Morris have joined forces once again; this time, to create a joint Allied Health Bachelor’s Program. This spring an articulation agreement was signed that will allow CCM respiratory therapy and radiography students to complete up to three years at CCM before transferring up to 96 credits to CSE to complete their BA in Allied Health Studies. Admission to the CSE Allied Health program is guaranteed to qualified CCM graduates, and the application fee is waived. The agreement benefits students by easing the transfer process and the affordability of a four-year degree in one of the strongest and fastest growing job areas in the nation.
Photo: (front, l-r) Dr. Catherine Martin, chair, H&W Studies, CSE; Dr. Edward J. Yaw, president ,CCM; Sister Francis Raftery, president,, CSE; (back l-r) Dr. Dwight Smith, vice president, CCM; Joan Cunningham, dean, Health and Natural Sciences, CCM; Denise Vill’Neuve, radiography coordinator, CCM; Dr. James Dlugos, vice president, and dean, CSE. Credit: John Hester