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Keystone College and Johnson College have signed an articulation agreement enabling students who obtain an associate degree in business management at Johnson College to pursue a bachelor’s of science degree in business at Keystone College.

Specifically, students at Johnson College who receive an associate degree in the business management program/project management track and obtain a minimum 2.0 grade point average will be granted junior year status at Keystone as a business major and project management minor. Students may transfer a maximum of 75 credits toward their degree at Keystone. Additionally, Johnson College students who choose to pursue a bachelor’s degree at Keystone full time will be awarded a $500 scholarship toward their education.

“It is a great honor to partner with Johnson College to offer this excellent educational opportunity,” said Keystone College President David L. Coppola, Ph.D. “We welcome Johnson College graduates who wish to continue their college education by pursuing a bachelor’s degree as members of the Keystone College community. Our dedicated faculty and staff will do everything possible to help them achieve their goals.”

“We are thrilled to be working with Keystone College to create additional opportunities for our graduates,” said Johnson College Business Management Department Chair Laura Little. “This articulation agreement will streamline the transfer process, allowing for a seamless transition for our students who wish to continue their education. We look forward to continuing our relationship with Keystone College as we work together to provide a quality educational experience for our business management students.”

The business program at Keystone College is designed to help tomorrow’s business leaders gain the essential skills they need to be successful in a for-profit, non-profit, small business, or entrepreneurial setting.

This flexible program, accredited by the Independent Assembly for Collegiate Business Education, creates opportunities for students to gain in-depth mastery of a technical specialty such as accounting, finance, information technology, human resource management, project management, marketing, and leadership.