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Program Details

Massasoit Community College offers a Liberal Arts Transfer Program for students who wish to transfer to a four-year Liberal Arts Baccalaureate Degree Program. This transfer program creates a cultural background in humanities, the natural sciences, mathematics, and social sciences for their students. With this academic foundation, students are prepared to enter graduate-level programs in education, law, medicine, humanities and other science programs.

The Liberal Arts Transfer Program offers two different options for students. These include a Computer Science Option and a Science Option. The Science Option is for students who are interested in transferring to a four-year Liberal Arts Baccalaureate Degree institutions in hopes to major in sciences, engineering, pre-med and other advanced medical fields. This option was created to help students who wish to parallel course requirements to eventually transfer.

The transfer program requires a distribution of liberal arts courses; however, it also provides students the opportunity to concentrate in the humanities, the natural sciences, mathematics, or the social sciences. To graduate, students choose from a variety of requirements in the direction of a career path they are interested in. Students may choose from different elective options that correspond to other four-year institutions curriculums.

The absolute minimum distribution requirements to complete the program include 14 credits in mathematics and science, 12 credits in social science, and 15 credits in the humanities. This adds up to a total of 62 minimum credits to graduate. Students will also receive constant counseling help throughout their time at Massasoit Community College to insure a smooth transition into a four-year college after graduation.


Students must complete all forms and correct class levels for transfer credits.

Accreditation & Licensing

New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education