To expedite the processing of your application, we recommend that you apply electronically. When applying online, please read all instructions carefully. Here are the steps to follow:
Catherine Oberholtzer, M.S.
Senior Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions
Students applying to WCU in Philadelphia should apply electronically. Here are the steps to follow:
WCU requires original transcripts from all colleges and universities that you have attended. Please have original transcripts sent to:
Associate Director of Graduate Recruitment & Student Services
For updated listings of CCP, DCCC, MCCC and Harcum to WCU equivalencies, please visit the Transfer Credit Center page on the Registrar website.
*Transfer students are encouraged to take direct equivalency courses rather than CRJ199’s whenever possible. Students are especially encouraged to take JUS151 and JUS235 as their CRJ electives as these are required courses at WCU.
Transfer students who fulfill the above course requirements and recommendations will need to take the following courses to complete the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.
Transfer students must take the following CRJ courses at WCU (30 credits):
Additional required general education courses include:
NOTE: The Department advises all students to commit to this sequence and register courses accordingly. Academic credit for life experience or previous work experience is prohibited. If a Social Work student has difficulty enrolling in a Social Work Course, it is recommended that you contact your advisor immediately.
Competency Exam fall semester, placement in Field is dependent upon passing exam.
Social Work Electives: Special fields for social work: Human Service Professionals and the Law, Child Welfare Practice and Policy, and Mental Health and Social Work Practice, Topical Social Work Seminar.
*General Education Requirements
**Required Liberal Arts
***May take social work courses concurrently while applying for candidacy.
Note: Field Experience I, II, III have been submitted for approval of name change to CAPC.
*Students that speak English as a second language, or who are bilingual/bicultural based on their family of origin can place out of this requirement (but need to make up the 6 credits).
Please see the Undergraduate Catalog Degree Requirements for a complete listing of acceptable Gen Ed and Lib Art courses