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Upcoming Opportunities to Connect
- School of Pharmacy:
Virtual Open House: The Pharmacy Countertops & Beyond - Temple Pharmacy Open House 3/11
3rd Annual "WiSE" Panel: Women in Science Empowerment Panel - Wednesday, March 29th, 2023
Spring Open House: The Pharmacy Countertops & Beyond - Temple Pharmacy Open House 4/1
Accepted Students Day: Gain your edge and possibly find your roommate - Friday, April 29th, 2023
- Temple University Course Equivalents (note: Temple uses a 3 digit code not 4 digit code like Bucks (ex. COMP110 is COM110 in the system)
1: Choose the Transfer Tool link.
2: Choose Bucks County Community College in the list of schools.
3: When searching for a course start typing in the search box, the list on the screen will auto-populate with the closest matches.
4: Not all schools are represented on the list. The course evaluation is still dependent upon the major/school/college within Temple.
Core-to-Gen Ed Agreement with Bucks
Prior to fall 2017: Completion of an AA degree will result in all of Temple's General Education requirements having been met.
For students Fall 2017 and after: Students who graduate with an A.A.S., A.F.A or A.M. will not be eligible for Core to General Education. Students who graduate with an A.A. or A.S. will be eligible for Core to General Education. The below majors need verification of a math course, or math and science course to be eligible for Core to General Education.
- Pre K- 4 Early Childhood Education (4192), Secondary Education History (1180), and Sport Management (1154) will need verification of a math course (MATH101, 115, 117, 118, 120, 125, 140).
- Individual Transfer Studies (1146), Journalism (1045), and Secondary Education Biology (1003) will need verification of a math course (MATH101, 115, 117, 118, 120, 125, 140) and a laboratory science.
Please contact email@example.com to make the verification request.
Students may apply to be conditionally accepted to Temple University under the terms of the Temple Dual Admission 2020. To be eligible for the Dual Admission program, students must:
- Submit the Temple University Intent Form to the Registrar's Office at Bucks by the time they complete 30 college-level credits to include those credits from other universities or colleges.
- Earn an associate degree (A.S. or A.A.) with a minimum final GPA of 2.3 at the time of graduation from Bucks to include the GPA form other universities and colleges atended.
- Enroll at Temple within one year of graduation from Bucks.
- Do not attend another institution between graduation from Bucks and enrollment at Temple.
- For questions about dual admission, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Students who are part of Temple Dual Admissions have the following advantages:
- Application fee is waived.
- Academic scholarship opportunities are available to Dual Admissions students. These include:
- Full-time students: $1,000 for 3.3-3.64 GPA
- Full-time students: $2,000 for 3.65-4.0 GPA
- Part-time students (6-11 credits per semester): Eligible for a prorated scholarship, if registered for at least 6 credits.
- Students will also receive any federal, state or Temple need-based aid for which they may qualify.
Program articulations for individual majors are regularly developed. Currently on-file we have transfer articulations for the following Bucks majors:
- Biology (1003) - leading to a BA in Biology and BS in Biology.
- Business Administration (1009) - leading to a BBA in Accounting, Business Management, Economics, Employee Benefits Risk Management, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Finance (Asset Pricing), Finance (Corporate Finance), Financial Planning, Healthcare Risk Management, Human Resources, International Business, Legal Studies, Marketing, , Property Liability Risk Management, Real Estate, and Supply Chain Management.
- UNDER REVIEW Education (4192) - leading to a Bachelor of Science in Pre-K - 4 Early Education.
- Chemistry (1004) - leading to a BA in Chemistry, BS in Chemistry, and BS Biochemistry.
- Criminal Justice (1189) - leading to a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice.
- Neuroscience (1194)- leading to a Bachelor's of Science in Neuroscience: Systems, Behavior and Plasticity (College of Liberal Arts). Read the Temple Neuroscience Program Guide
- Psychology - Pre-Professional (1060) - leading to a Bachelor's of Arts in Psychology.
- English (1200) - leading to a BA in English.
- Social Work (1130) - leading to a Bachelor of Social Work.
- Engineering (1028) - leading to a Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering
School of Pharmacy Direct Entry Agreement
- Complete the A.S. in Biomedical Sciences at Bucks and the necessary additional prerequisite courses, as specified in the attached Transfer Advising Guide (Exhibit "A"), within the 3 years immediately preceding matriculation at Temple. Courses not expressly included in the Advising Guide will be evaluated by Temple on a case-by-case basis, and Temple, at its sole discretion, shall decide whether to accept such courses for purposes of the Transfer Program.
- Earn a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 and a minimum Math/Science GPA of 3.0, based upon a 4.0 grading system;
- Earn a minimum grade of a "C" in Bucks courses considered for transfer into the PharmD Program;
- Confirm that students can meet all of the PharmD program's "Technical Standards," which apply to all students in the PharmD program and are available on the Temple website;
- Submit the Temple Letter of Intent form ("Intent Form") at least one year prior to transferring to Temple;
- Submit an application to the Temple PharmD program through the online Pharmacy College Application Service (PharmCAS);
- Meet all applicable Temple requirements and deadlines pertaining to application for admission and payment of tuition and fees.