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Are you interested in a flexible B.A. degree program for adults, that allows you to balance further education with your work and family commitments? A B.A. degree program that will maximize the hours you can take at Dallas County Community College District? A degree you can earn at your pace, at your place? Governors State, a senior-level university offers you access to a bachelor's degree while you study at your DCCCD campus. In fact, GSU may accept up to 80 credit hours from a DCCCD college, including hours earned through the DCCCD distance learning program.
Anytime after completing 30 semester hours towards your associate's degree at DCCCD, you can apply for admission to the BOG B.A. degree program at GSU, and be a student at both institutions. You need a minimum GPA of 2.0. Your academic advisor at GSU will help you develop a study plan that will enable you ro complete the 120 hours for your BOG B.A. degree by taking courses at DCCCD, GSU, and other regionally accredited institutions. All of this can be accomplished right where you are. What Kind of B.A. Degree Will I Earn?The Board of Governors degree is not organized by traditional academic disciplines. You have the freedom to design your own degree program and take courses that fit your career goals and personal interests. BOG B.A. students have a strong record of success in getting into graduate schools. The degree will also qualify you for most positions in the workplace that require a bachelor's degree. More than 12,000 students have earned this degree since it began in 1973. Dual Admission and Enrollment
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Just keep in touch with your academic advisor at GSU as you plan each step towards your degree. About Governors State and The BOG B.A. Degree
To obtain degree program and application information, contact:Governors State UniversityBoard of Governors B.A. Degree OfficeUniversity Park, Il 604661-800-GSU-8GSU, ext. 4092 or 708-534-4092fax: 708-534-1645e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org