Looking to transfer to a four-year institution? Learn more about the University Center at Harper College's on-campus bachelor's programs. If you have a question that is not addressed below, please submit your question here.
This is a pathway to a bachelor’s degree that involves taking approximately 60 semester credit hours of community college courses (the associate degree) and approximately 60 semester credit hours of university courses (leading to a bachelor's degree). This allows you to save money by paying the community college tuition rate for approximately half of the total credit hours.
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