Transfer and Articulation Agreements
Your College Application Made Easy
Now is the time to pursue a rewarding career in the mental health field and we want to make it as easy as possible for you to make your dream a reality. William James College is proud to have “Articulation Agreements” or “Transfer Agreements” for our Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Services program to provide a simple process for transferring your undergraduate credits. If you attend or have graduated from one of our partner colleges listed below, we will transfer in your college-level coursework and guarantee your admission if you have a GPA of 2.5 of higher.
We currently have articulation agreements with the following colleges. However, we are always looking to expand our outreach and provide this opportunity to additional colleges.
Berkshire Community College
Bristol Community College
Cape Cod Community College
Greenfield Community College
Middlesex Community College
Mount Wachusett Community College
North Shore Community College
Northern Essex Community College
Quinsigamond Community College
Roxbury Community College
If you are interested in a partnership with us, please contact Kerri Augusto, director of undergraduate studies, at email@example.com.
We also offer a 30% scholarship to our BS in Psychology and Human Services for employees from our partner agencies. See the full list below.
- Applied Behavior Institute (ABI New England)
- Autism Allies
- Behavioral Health Works
- Family Behavior Solutions, Inc.
- Family Behavioral Health
- Judge Rotenberg Center
- Learn Behavioral
- May Institute
- Positive Behavior Supports Corporation
- The South Coast Autism Center
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