Undergraduate Transfer Articulations
In addition to NJ Transfer, which assists students in transferring courses from NJ’s Community Colleges to NJ’s four-year public institutions, Montclair State University has signed specialized transfer articulations and agreements with the institutions listed below. These formal, signed agreements ensure that once a student completes the required associate’s degree at the two-year institution, they will begin at junior year status at Montclair State University.
Undergraduate Transfer Articulations for Specific Programs
- Transfer articulation agreement between Hudson County Community College and Montclair State University for the Associate in Applied Science Degree in Culinary Arts and the Bachelor of Science Degree in Nutrition and Food Science – Food Systems
- Transfer articulation agreement between Essex County College and Montclair State University for the Associate in Applied Science Degree in Nursing and the Bachelor of Science in Nursing
- Transfer articulation agreement between Bergen Community College and Montclair State University for the Associate in Applied Science Degree in Nursing and the Bachelor of Science in Nursing
- Transfer articulation agreement between County College of Morris and Montclair State University for the Associate in Applied Science Degree in Nursing and the Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Graduate Transfer Articulations
Montclair State University has articulation agreements with other universities that allow students to complete a BS in Biology at Montclair State and an advanced degree elsewhere, usually in a shorter amount of time than if the two degrees were completed independently. See the list below. The application process, schedule, selection criteria, and other aspects of the articulation agreements vary from program to program. An overview is provided in the University Catalog. More information is provided on the individual program pages and you can contact the program advisor if you have additional questions. There is also the Pre-Health Advisory Committee made up of faculty from various departments that can assist you further.
- BS/MD Medical program with Rutgers University (7-year program)
- BS/MD Medical program with Rutgers University (8-year program) – Health Careers Program students only
- BS/DMD Dental program with Rutgers University (7-year program)
- BS/PharmD Doctor of Pharmacy Program with Rutgers University
- BS/DPT Physical Therapy Program with Rutgers University (6-year program)
- BS/PA Physicians Assistant Program with Rutgers University. (6-year program)
- BS/CNL Nursing Program with Seton Hall University (5-year program)
- BS/Doctor of Optometry with SUNY College of Optometry (7-year program) – More information coming soon
Open questions related to this page’s content:
- Right now, some of the details about individual articulation agreements are living in multiple locations, which increases University maintenance and risk. For example, the BS/MD Medical program with Rutgers University (7-year program) has a page with details within the Biology department’s website and another, almost identical page, within the Chemistry department’s website. In addition, Undergraduate Admissions currently has a Montclair State 2+2 page with links to individual pages with information on specific Undergraduate transfer articulation agreements. There needs to be a decision as to where this information lives, and then other content areas across montclair.edu can link to that information.
- On the live Transfer Articulations and Agreements page, the page includes a section on Undergraduate Transfer Articulation Agreements, which includes a link to the agreement with Sussex County Community College. However, this document was not provided in the batch of Undergraduate agreements from Julie Vitale on 2/5. Is this agreement still active? If so, we can copy it over from the live site.
- We copied over the introductory text from the live Transfer Articulations and Agreements page for both the Undergraduate and Graduate Transfer Articulation sections. Can you please confirm that this copy is still correct?