Community College of Philadelphia

Temple University

Link to dual admissions and gen ed to gen ed agreement page These agreements assume that an appropriate Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree at CCP leads to transfer with third-year standing to the intended major at Temple. Students should seek advising from CCP advisors or counselors in reference to planning a course of study. Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degrees approved for dual admissions are Chemical Technology, Geographic Information Systems, Justice, Nursing.

Temple University Gen Ed to Gen Ed Agreement

The gen ed to gen ed transfer agreement allows students entering Temple from the College with any Associate in Arts (A.A.) or Associate of Science (A.S.) degree (NOT Associate of Applied Science, A.A.S.) received in a program entered in the fall of 1996 or after to meet all University core requirements except for two writing intensive courses to be taken at Temple.

This agreement does not change the requirements of Temple's schools and colleges, which may include general education courses . Also, this agreement does not change the applicability of transferred courses or programs to Temple's major requirements.

Potential transfer students should consult transfer counselors about these requirements. Visit www.temple.edu/core and click "transfer students" for more information.

 

Chart of  Temple majors with recommended CCP programs

Temple University resources for transfer students

Temple University CCP agreement page

Includes information on up to date agreements in:

AA in Business Administration to Bachelor of Business Administration (Accounting, Actuarial Science, Business Management, Economics[also available in College of Liberal Arts], Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resource Management, International Business, Legal Studies, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Real Estate, Risk Management and Insurance  CCP program contact: Cory Ng, Instructor, Economics and Accounting, 215-751-8983, cng@ccp.edu

AA in Education—Early Childhood (Birth to 4th Grade) to BS in Early Childhood-Elementary Education (PreK-4) CCP contact: Marcia Epstein, 215-751-8568, mepstein@ccp.edu

AA in Culture, Science and Technology to BS in Health Information Management CCP program contact: Laura Davidson, 215-751-8534, ldavidson@ccp.edu Information on possible grant money to help with education expenses for students interested in Health Information Professions

AS in Engineering Science to BS in Engineering (Civil, Cvil/Environmental, Electrical, Electrical/Computer, Mechanical, Mechanical w/ concentration in Bioengineering or Energy Systems) CCP program contact: Dr. Alex Gontar, Assistant Professor, Physics, 215-751-8609, agontar@ccp.edu

AA in Liberal Arts--Social Behavioral Science Option to BSW in Social Work CCP program contact: John Joyce, Associate Professor, Coordinator of Liberal Arts, 215-751-8687, jjoyce@ccp.edu

Other programs (listed by Temple major)

Architecture CCP program link: AA in Architecture, CCP contact: Dr. Miles Grosbard, Head, Department of Architecture, Design and Construction, 215-751-8612, mgrosbard@ccp.edu

CCP has had a program agreement with Temple's Architecture program for many years. It is in the process of an update.

Biology/Biochemistry/Chemistry/Neuroscience CCP progam link, AS in Science, AAS in Chemical Technology, CCP Contact: Kathleen Harter, Head, Department of Chemistry and Curriculum Coordinator, 215-751-8416, kharter@ccp.edu

Broadcasting Telecommunications and Mass Media CCP program link, AA in Mass Media, CCP contact: Dr. Peggy Mecham, Assistant Professor, Curriculum Coordinator 215-751-8643, pmecham@ccp.edu

Computer Science CCP program link, AS in Computer Science, CCP contact: Charles Herbert, Assistant Professor, Curriculum Coordinator, 215-496-6140, cherbert@ccp.edu

CCP has had a program agreement with Temple's Computer Science program for many years. It is in the process of an update.

Criminal Justice

Sophomore level courses for Temple College of Liberal Arts students--students in this college must complete at least 45 credits of at least sophomore level courses. Temple major courses at the 2000 level and above are counted toward the 45 credits.

Early Childhood-Elementary Education (pre-K to 4th grade)

CCP has had a program agreement with Temple's Elementary Education program for many years. It is in the process of an update. CCP program contact, Marcia Epstein, Professor, Curriculum Coordinator, 215-751-8568, mepstein@ccp.edu

Information Science and Technology CCP program link, AS in Computer Science, CCP contact: Charles Herbert, Assistant Professor, Curriculum Coordinator, 215-496-6140, cherbert@ccp.edu

Journalism CCP program link, AA in Mass Media, CCP contact: Dr. Peggy Mecham, Assistant Professor, Curriculum Coordinator, 215-751-8643, pmecham@ccp.edu

Kinesiology (Athletic Training, Exercise Science, Physical Education Teaching, Pre-Health Careers) CCP program link, AA in Culture, Science and Technology, CCP Contact: Laura Davidson, Assistant Professor, Curriculum Coordinator, 215-751-8534, ldavidson@ccp.edu

Music CCP program link, AA in Music--Performance or Non-Performance, CCP Contact: Robert Ross, Head, Department of Music, 215-751-8294, ramross@ccp.edu

Nursing for pre-licensure students Temple is not a recommended option. Admission as a transfer student is extremely difficult.

Nursing for RN's CCP program link, AAS in Nursing, needs minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA for admission.

Master of Occupational Therapy

Pharmacy Guide for Doctor of Pharmacy degree

Doctor of Physical Therapy


Psychology CCP program link, AA in Psychology or Liberal Arts, CCP contact for AA in Psychology, Melissa St. Pierre, Head, Department of Psychology, Human Services and Education, 215-751-8448, mstpierre@ccp.edu. CCP contact for Liberal Arts, John Joyce, Associate Professor, Curriculum Coordinator, 215-751-8687, jjoyce@ccp.edu

Sophomore level courses for Temple College of Liberal Arts students--students in this college must complete at least 45 credits of at least sophomore level courses


Strategic Communication (Public Communication, Organizational Leadership, Public Relations) CCP program link, AA in Communication Studies, CCP contact: Dr. Peggy Mecham, Assistant Professor, Curriculum Coordinator, 215-751-8643, pmecham@ccp.edu


Theater CCP program link, AA in Theater CCP has had a program agreement with Temple's Theater program for many years. It is in the process of an update. CCP contact: Dr. Peggy Mecham, Assistant Professor, Curriculum Coordinator, 215-751-8643, pmecham@ccp.edu


Women's Studies CCP program link, AA in Women's/Gender Studies CCP has had a program agreement with Temple's Women's Studies program for many years. It is in the process of an update. CCP Contact: Dr. Mary Conway, Associate Professor, Curriculum Coordinator, 215-751-949, mconway@ccp.edu

Sophomore level courses for College of Liberal Arts students--students in this college must complete at least 45 credits of at least sophomore level courses

General Education Requirements for ALL majors

Course by Course CCP to Temple Equivalency list Prospective business administration students should note that accounting courses above the 102 level, finance courses other than FIN 151, 200 level courses in Marketing, 200 level courses in Management other than 247, 261 and 262 and Real Estate courses do not transfer to the Fox School of Business.

 

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For more information contact transferinfo@ccp.edu