JAMESTOWN - Franklin University's Community College Alliance (CCA), which has partnered with Jamestown Community College to offer online courses, guarantees that students who earn an associate's degree at JCC will be accepted with junior standing into any one of 30 degree programs offered by Franklin.
The CCA is an online bachelor's degree completion program that combines on-campus classes at JCC with online classes through Franklin University. The agreement between the two colleges allows students to take courses concurrently and maintain eligibility for federal financial aid.
In a recently updated transfer articulation agreement, students can transfer up to 84 JCC credit hours toward requirements for a bachelor's degree and take a minimum of 40 credit hours online with Franklin.
Franklin's degree programs include accounting, allied healthcare management, applied management, applied psychology, business administration, business economics, business forensics, communications, computer science, criminal justice administration, e-marketing, financial management, financial planning, forensic accounting, healthcare information systems management, healthcare management, human resources management, information security, information technology, interactive media design, interdisciplinary studies, management, management information sciences, marketing, nursing, operations supply chain management, public relations, public safety management, safety, security and emergency management and web development.