Start at NWCC and complete your degree at Park University in the United States.
Northwest Community College has partnered with Park University to offer a guaranteed admissions pathway.
The University, which has a history tracing back to 1875, has 41 campus centres across the United States with its flagship in Parkville, MO near the growing Kansas City area. The University has over 16,000 students and 54 graduate and undergraduate degrees. Tuition and living costs are comparable at Park University to what it would cost to stay in British Columbia to finish a degree.
Complete your two-year Business Administration Diploma at NWCC and transfer to Park University to finish your Bachelor of Science Management Degree in two additional years through the guaranteed admission pathway.
Or, consider one of the many additional program pathways available at Park University. Complete your two-year Associate Degree in Arts or Sciences at NWCC and apply for transfer credit to complete your degree.
This includes extensive opportunities to study via distance education, which would enable you to stay in Canada while completing your graduate or undergraduate credential. It is expected more guaranteed pathways will be developed. In particular, it is anticipated students will want to transfer from NWCC’s Criminology Associate Degree to Park University’s Criminal Justice program.
Did you know?
Students transferring to Park University are eligible to apply for scholarship awards. Learn more by visiting park.edu/scholarships.
In order to be guaranteed admission you must meet the following criteria:
- Apply direct to Park University with the required application fee.
- Submit transcripts demonstrating successful completion of a Business Administration Diploma with a minimum GPA of 2.0 out of 4.0 for all college course work attempted.
- Submit all required materials within the appropriate deadlines.
- Obtain a student visa and demonstrate proof of obtaining adequate medical insurance.
Note that your complete duration of studies is dependent on your individual study plan. For more information, please discuss with an Educational Advisor.