The fastest path to your bachelor’s degree? It’s as easy as 2+2.
If you’re thinking about furthering your education after CCRI to obtain a bachelor’s, consider this: CCRI students who graduate and earn their associate before transferring are nearly 20 percent more likely to complete their bachelor’s than those who transfer without one.
Here’s the best way to stay on track for both.
So 2 years here, 2 years there; 15 credits per semester at both. It’s just as simple as that.
Learn more about transferring from CCRI to four-year institutions here.
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