2 Schools, 2 Degrees, 4 Years
The transfer process can be challenge to navigate, especially for students transitioning from a two-year program to a four-year program. Millikin University has created 2+2 agreements that establish pathways to guarantee that when a student follows the defined pathway, their earned credits will transfer accordingly. Any Richland Community College student who has achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 in all academic coursework (at all colleges/universities attended); who has submitted an application and required supporting documentation, who has completed the requirements for a Richland Community College Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree receiving grades of C- or higher in the courses following the Millikin University plan of study will seamlessly be admitted, at the junior level, to Millikin University to complete a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree from the Tabor School of Business in an additional two years.
RN to BSN Dual Admission Program
Yes, I am interested in attending Richland Community College to study in the Associate for Applied Sciences (AAS) degree program in Nursing and then earning my Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (BSN) at Millikin University. I understand that after I pass the NCLEX exam I will receive a 10% tuition discount off the Flex Student tuition rate beginning when I enroll in my first upper division nursing course at Millikin.