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Central Community College of Nebraska    
 
    
 
  Jul 23, 2017
 
2013-2014 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Academic Transfer Agreements


Accounting

Agriculture

Business

Criminal Justice

Design Technology/Construction Management

Early Childhood Education

Elementary Education

Engineering

Health Care Business

Human Services

Information Technology

Library and Information Services

Nursing

Physical Therapist Assistant

Radiology Technology

Respiratory Care

Surgical Technology


ACCOUNTING

Doane College – Grand Island

Doane College in Grand Island has developed a transfer agreement in Accounting with Central Community College. Students enroll in courses as outlined on the CCC website. For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer and click the link for Doane College.

AGRICULTURE

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

The College of Agricultural Science and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has developed transfer agreements in the following major areas: Agricultural Economics – General Option; Agricultural Education – Teaching Option; Agronomy – Business Option; Applied Science; Fisheries & Wildlife; Forensic Science; and Mechanized Systems Management. For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer and click the link for University of Nebraska - Lincoln.

Hastings College Agribusiness

Hastings College and Central Community College have developed a transfer program in Agribusiness. This program allows graduates of the agribusiness program at Central Community College to continue their education and work toward a Bachelor of Arts degree in agribusiness at Hastings College. A student enrolled in this program will complete the requirements for an associate of arts degree from Central Community College, which includes 22-24 transferable agriculture course credits. The completed credits are then transferred to Hastings College and the student continues working toward a bachelor’s degree in agribusiness. For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer and click the link for Hastings College.

BUSINESS

Doane College – Grand Island

Doane College in Grand Island has developed a transfer agreement in Business with Central Community College. Students enroll in courses as outlined on the CCC website.  For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer and click the link for Doane College.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

The criminal justice program provides the skills and knowledge necessary for entry-level employment in law enforcement, corrections, probation, security, loss prevention, rehabilitation, youth development centers and domestic violence centers. In addition, this program offers an avenue of professional development for persons already working in these fields.

Although the associate of applied science degree is intended to prepare graduates for immediate employment, many courses will transfer to four-year colleges and universities. A student who is interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree should consult an adviser and the catalog of the transfer institution. For the most current information please visit the CCC website, click on Transfer, then click on the institution which interests you. In Nebraska, baccalaureate programs are offered at the following institutions: the Universities of Nebraska at Kearney, Lincoln, and Omaha; the Nebraska state colleges at Chadron, Peru, and Wayne; and at private institutions throughout the state, including Doane College in Grand Island.

The criminal justice program provides the skills and knowledge necessary for entry-level employment in law enforcement, corrections, probation, security, loss prevention, rehabilitation, youth development centers and domestic violence centers. In addition, this program offers an avenue of professional development for persons already working in these fields.

Although the associate of applied science degree is intended to prepare graduates for immediate employment, many courses will transfer to four-year colleges and universities. A student who is interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree should consult an adviser, the transfer guide, and the catalog of the four-year institution. For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer.

DESIGN TECHNOLOGY/CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

University of Nebraska-Kearney

This articulated associate of science degree is fully transferable to the University of Nebraska at Kearney into their Construction Management Program. For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer and click the link for University of Nebraska-Kearney.Graduates of the Construction Management program will attain the knowledge and skills necessary to organize, lead, and manage people, materials, and processes of construction. Graduates are prepared to assist architects, structural engineers and construction professionals in project management, scheduling and inspections of construction projects

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

The Early Childhood Education program offers students the option of pursuing an AAS degree or the option of transferring to a four-year college or university to earn a teaching degree with an endorsement in Early Childhood Education or the Unified (or Inclusive) Early Childhood Education endorsement. Persons with these endorsements may teach children from birth through grade 3, including those with disabilities, and offer support to families and other personnel with responsibilities for their care and education. In Nebraska, students can major in Early Childhood Unified (or Intensive) programs at: the University of Nebraska-Kearney; the University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Chadron State College; Peru State College; and the College of St. Mary. Students in a bachelor degree program may also pursue an endorsement in Preschool Disabilities, which allows them to provide services to and teach infants, toddlers, preschool, and kindergarten children who have a range of disabilities. They also may provide services to families and other personnel with responsibilities for their care and education. For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer for current transfer agreements.   

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

Hastings College Bachelor Bound Teacher Education

In order to provide the opportunity for a seamless transfer for education majors from CCC to Hastings College, CCC offers the opportunity for a limited number of participants to enroll in the Hastings College Bachelor Bound Teacher Education Program. Students wishing to enroll in the program should declare that intention with their CCC adviser, develop a plan and maintain full-time status with CCC during the two-year course sequence. Although some of the classes are offered at Hastings College, participants register for courses with, and pay, CCC tuition.

The Hastings College courses are taught and graded by Hastings College professosr, but become part of the CCC transcript. Students are limited to a maximum of two of the specified education classes at Hastings College per semester. Courses during the Hastings College summer sessions do not qualify for CCC tuition rates. Any additional Hastings College course fees are the student’s responsibility. Admission to the Hastings College Bachelor Bound Teacher Education program is contingent upon:

  1. PRAXIS Test and Application and acceptance to the Teacher Education program.
  2. Meeting Hastings College Bachelor Bound Teacher Education Standards.

 For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer and click the link for Hastings College.

The University of Nebraska-Kearney

The University of Nebraska-Kearney has an elementary education transfer agreement with Central Community College. For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer and click the link for the University of Nebraska-Kearney.

Other Education Transfer Programs

Education transfer programs are offered throughout Nebraska. Students should check out transfer feasibility with the transfer institution.

ENGINEERING

Central Community College has an agreement with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Engineering in which students can take courses at Central Community College for two years, then transfer to UNL the third year as Juniors. Students who plan to major in Agricultural Engineering, Biological Systems Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering may begin this bachelor’s degree program at Central Community College. For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer and click the link for University of Nebraska - Lincoln.

HEALTH CARE  BUSINESS

Clarkson College has articulated two degrees with Central Community College in Health Care Business: Health Information Administration, and Management. For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer and click the link for Clarkson College

HUMAN SERVICES

Students with an AAS in Human Services from Central Community College can transfer credits to Doane College and work toward a BA in Human Relations. Students enroll in courses as outlined on the CCC website. For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer and click the link for Doane College.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Information Technology AAS graduates will enter the University of Nebraska at Omaha with a junior class standing in the College of Information Sciences and Technology. Graduates with an AAS Information Technology with a Computer Programming Specialization will earn a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree.  Those with a Database Support Specialization will earn a Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems degree. Those with an Information Security Assurance Specialization will earn a Bachelor of Science in Information Assurance degree. University of Nebraska at Omaha upon completion of all degree requirements. For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer and click the link for the  University of Nebraska - Omaha.

LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES

Central Community College offers a certificate program in Library and Information Services (LIS). This certificate fulfills requirements for the Nebraska Library Commission's Basic Skills Training for public librarians as well as re-certification. Courses are offered entirely on the web. Courses may be transferred to the University of Nebraska-Omaha or Chadron State College.  Visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer and click on the links to the Univefrsity of Nebraska- - Omaha or Chadron State College for further information.

NURSING

Students planning to attend Central Community College in the LPN and ADN programs, then transfer to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program, can choose among several transfer institutions.  BSN programs listed on the CCC website at www.cccneb.edu/transfer include the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Clarkson College, Concordia University, and the Creighton University-Mary Lanning Hospital campus in Hastings.

PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT

Northeast Community College & Southeast Community College

Northeast Community College (NECC) and Southeast Community College (SECC) of Nebraska, in cooperation with CCC, provide students the opportunity to enter the occupation of Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA). Students pursuing an education to become a PTA will complete the program’s general education courses at a CCC campus or center. The remaining courses will be taken at NECC in Norfolk or SECC in Lincoln, NE upon acceptance into the respective program. Students will graduate from NECC or SECC. For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer

Clarkson College

Clarkson College offers an AS degree in Physical Therapist Assistant. Twenty hours of specific courses may be taken at CCC, and 40 hours at Clarkson. For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer

RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY

University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC)

Through an affiliation agreement between CCC, the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC), St. Francis Medical Center Hospital in Grand Island, and Columbus Community Hospital, CCC students can earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Radiation Sciences Technology from UNMC, completing all courses and clinical requirements in Grand Island or Columbus.

College prerequisites for the Radiography/Nuclear Medicine program at UNMC must be completed at CCC. Upon completion of the AS degree, students may apply for admissions to the Bachelor of Science degree in Radiation Sciences Technology at UNMC at Grand Island or Columbus campuses.

As part of the UNMC Radiography/Nuclear Medicine program students may apply to continue into other Radiation Sciences including Ultrasound, CT/MRI, Cardiovascular/Interventional Technology or Radiation Therapy.

Interested students may obtain more information from the admissions office at any CCC campus. Students are also encouraged to contact the Division of Radiation Sciences Technology, University of Nebraska Medical Center, 981045 Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE 68198-1045, or call: 1-800-626-8431, extension 9-6954. For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer and click the link for the University of Nebraska Medical Center.

Mary Lanning Hospital (Hastings)

Through an affiliation agreement between CCC and Mary Lanning Memorial Hospital in Hastings, students can earn an Associate of Science (AS) degree from CCC. Graduates of the Mary Lanning School of Radiologic Technology can transfer program credits (60 semester hours) to CCC. These hours, combined with 35 semester hours of general studies requirements will lead to an AS degree. Fifteen of the general studies credits must be completed at CCC.  The credits will transfer to the University of Nebraska at Kearney and apply toward requirements for a Bachelor of Science in Radiography. Interested persons may obtain additional information from the admissions office at any CCC campus or the School of Radiologic Technology at Mary Lanning Hospital, 715 North Saint Joseph Avenue, Hastings, NE 68901. For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer and click the link for Mary Lanning Memorial Hospital.

Clarkson College

Clarkson College offers an AS degree in Radiologic Technology. Seventeen hours of specific courses may be taken at CCC, and 40 or more credit hours at Clarkson. Details are on the CCC website, www.cccneb.edu/transfer click on Clarkson College.

Southeast Community College

Southeast Community College (SECC) in Nebraska, in cooperation with CCC, provides students the opportunity to enter the occupation of Radiologic Technology.  Students pursuing an education to become a Radiologic Technician will complete the program's general education courses at a CCC campus or center.  The remaining courses will be taken at SECC in Lincoln, upon acceptance into the program.  Students will graduate from SECC. For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer and click the link for Southeast Community College.

RESPIRATORY CARE

Southeast Community College

Through an affiliation agreement between CCC and Southeast Community College (SECC) in Lincoln, students can earn an Associate of Applied Science degree in Respiratory Care from SECC by completing course work at CCC, courses from SECC on line and clinical requirements in the CCC service area.

Candidates for the respiratory care program at SECC are required to complete a minimum of 38 semester hours of specific college prerequisites from CCC. Students must achieve a minimum grade of 75% (C) in each course to transfer to SECC for credit in the Respiratory Care Program.

As students complete the last semester of the prerequisite coursework, they must submit an application to SECC for admission to the web-based respiratory care program. The number of students admitted to the program each year will be determined by the availability of clinical sites, but generally not more than 25 students for one on-line course.

For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer and click the link for Southeast Community College.

Nebraska Methodist College at Mary Lanning Hospital - Hastings

Nebraska Methodist College has a Respiratory Care articulation agreement with Central Community College. For course listings, visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer and click on Nebraska Methodist College.

SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY

Southeast Community College

Southeast Community College (SECC) of Nebraska, in cooperation with CCC, provides graduates the opportunity to enter the occupation of surgical technology. This program allows the student to maintain residency in their hometown area.  Students pursuing an education in surgical technology will complete the program’s general education courses and support courses at a CCC campus. The surgical technology courses will be taken from SECC through on-line coursework and clinicals at the local hospital. Students will graduate from SECC and are eligible to take the National Certification Examination to become a certified surgical technologist. For the most current information please visit the CCC transfer page at www.cccneb.edu/transfer and click the link for Southeast Community College.



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