A new degree pathway agreement between Holland College and Brock University gives graduates from the college’s Early Childhood Care and Education program credit toward a Bachelor of Early Childhood Education degree.
Eligible graduates of the program will be able to complete their degree with approximately 2.5 years of additional study, saving them time and money and providing them with a seamless pathway to continue their education. Students can complete their Bachelor of Early Childhood Education at Brock University in person or online.
“Degree pathways such as this enable our students to receive credit for their studies at Holland College when they pursue a university degree. This has tremendous value, as their learning experience at Holland College prepares them for the rigours of university,” said Holland College President, Dr. Alexander (Sandy) MacDonald. “Our degree pathway and articulation agreements continue to be an attractive incentive to prospective students.”
Holland College has more than 90 degree pathways and articulation agreements with post-secondary partners around the world.
In this picture: Yanwen (Eva) Bao, left, and Dylan Muirhead (seated), students in the Early Childhood Care and Education program, review the new degree pathway agreement between Holland College and Brock University with their instructor, Sherri MacWilliams.
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Date: Thursday, February 10, 2022