Aug 01, 2021  
2021-2022 Academic Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Academic Catalog

Transfer Opportunities



Many students who attend Prince George’s Community College do so to prepare for transfer to a four-year college or university. Community college alumni routinely transfer to colleges in Maryland, the Washington metropolitan area, and throughout the United States. From the beginning of their enrollment here, students need to select a program of study which is designed to facilitate transfer. They also should see an academic advisor periodically to evaluate future course selection plans and to determine current transfer criteria at the four-year college or university being considered. Those who plan for this goal and seek professional advice, both early and consistently, may ensure maximum success in the transfer process.

After consulting with an academic advisor, students who intend to transfer to a public college or university within the state of Maryland may use a computerized system known as ARTSYS, developed by the University of Maryland, to determine which of our courses are best suited to their intended four-year major. Students who intend to transfer out of state may still use our curriculum planning guides, available online and from Advising and Transfer Services, to chart the ideal selection of courses.

The department, located in Bladen Hall, Room 124, offers more focused, one-on-one assistance with transfer course planning and selection, especially for those who need help determining which college or university would be best in terms of their intended major and their financial requirements. Call 301-546-0151 for more information about Advising and Transfer Services.

Articulation Agreements

To increase transfer opportunities and baccalaureate degree options for students, Prince George’s Community College has formed articulation agreements with many public and private four-year colleges and universities throughout the metropolitan area, including Maryland state universities. Articulation agreements maximize the number of credits students will be able to transfer from Prince George’s Community College by specifying required curricula and policy that will facilitate the student’s transition from one institution to another. Articulation agreements are maintained with the institutions listed on following pages for students completing their studies at Prince George’s Community College.

 

Transfer Institution Transfer Focus 

American University
  • Bachelor degree in Business
  • Bachelor degree programs (open to Honors Program graduates)

Argosy University
  • Bachelor degree programs

Art Institute of Washington
  • Bachelor degree program

Bowie State University
  • Bachelor degree in Technology

Capital College
  • Bachelor of Science degree in Information Assurance
  • Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration

Catholic University of America
  • Bachelor degree programs

Chamberlain University
  • Bachelor degree Nursing

College of Notre Dame
  • Bachelor degree programs

College of Southern Maryland
  • Bachelor degree in Medical Laboratory Technology, Nuclear Medicine Technology and Radiography

Department of Defense  

Excelsior College
  • Bachelor degree in various programs

Fisk University
  • Bachelor degree in Biology, Business Administration, Computer Science, Psychology and Sociology

Frostburg University
  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science Nursing

Georgetown University
  • Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies

George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Science
  • Master of Science in Health Science

George Washington University School of Nursing
  • Bachlor of Science Nursing

Goucher College
  • Bachelor degree programs (open to Honors Academy graduates)

Hood College
  • Bachelor degree programs

Howard University
  • Bachelor degree programs
    (open to Honors Academy graduates and qualified PGCC graduates)

John Hopkins University
  • Bachelor degree in Business and Management

Kaplan University
  • Bachelor degree programs

Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute
  • Associates of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Fire Science

Morgan State University
  • Bachelor of Science degree in Biology
  • Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry

Salisbury University
  • Bachelor degree in Fine Arts

Southern New Hampshire University
  • Bachelor degree programs in  Business Administration, Communication, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Cybersecurity, General Studies, Human Services, Nursing, Psychology, and Sociology

St. Mary’s College
  • Bachelor degree programs in Applied Physics, Biochemistry, Chemistry and Fundamental Physics

Stevenson University Memorandum of Understanding
  • Bachelor degree programs

Strayer University
  • Bachelor degree programs

Towson University
  • Bachelor of Technical and Professional Studies in Allied Health/Nursing
  • Bachelor of Technical and Professional Studies in Information Technology
  • Bachelor degree programs, Honors College (open to Honors Academy graduates)

Trinity Washington University
  • Bachelor degree in various health science programs

University of Maryland Baltimore County
  • Bachelor degree in various programs including Applied Information Technology and Forensic Studies

University of Maryland College Park
  • Bachelor degree programs
    (open to Honors Academy graduates and qualified PGCC graduates)

University of Maryland Shady Grove
  • Bachelor degree programs

Washington College
  • Bachelor degree programs

Wilmington University
  • Bachelor degree in Computer and Network Security

York College of Pennsylvania
  • Bachelor degree Nursing (RN and BSN programs)

   

Maryland Transfer Advantage Program (MTAP): While at Prince George’s Community College, students admitted to MTAP receive a 25 percent tuition discount on three courses at University of Maryland, Baltimore County and other benefits.

Transfer Student Alliance (TSA): While at Prince George’s Community College, students admitted to TSA receive a 25 percent discount on up to three courses at University of Maryland, Baltimore County and other benefits.