Brookdale Community College has partnered with elite four-year colleges and universities to ensure a seamless transfer process. Completing your first two years at Brookdale and then transferring to one of our partners can save you up to $64,000!

Learn more about these partnerships and the specific degree programs.

Students hoping to earn a bachelor’s degree in Monmouth County have more options and fewer limitations than ever before with Brookdale’s Premier Partnerships

The Brookdale-NJCU Partnership is located at their new Fort Monmouth location and offers bachelor’s degree programs and graduate programs — including MBA, RN to BSN, Accounting, Criminal Justice, Finance, Fire Science, Management, Marketing, National Security Studies, and Supply Chain, Logistics, & Maritime Port Management.

The Brookdale-Rutgers University Partnership is now located on Brookdale’s main Lincroft Campus. Now in its 20th year, this growing collaboration continues to offer a wide range of undergraduate degree classes and programs. Rutgers currently offers seven bachelor’s degree programs through the partnership: Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Labor & Employment Relations, Liberal Studies, Political Science, Public Health, and Social Work.


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The Brookdale-Georgian Court University Partnership lets students transfer up to 90 Brookdale credits towards a bachelor’s degree. Under-graduate degrees in Business Administration, English, Interdisciplinary Studies, Psychology, and Social Work are offered. In addition, there is an RN to BSN, Teacher Certifications, and an MBA program. GCU offers their bachelor’s degrees at a discounted rate.

Brookdale can get you anywhere – from Paris to right here in Monmouth County – with our transfer agreements with over 40 colleges and universities


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Learn more about these partnerships and the specific degree programs.

Source: The College Board