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From left, CSUSM Dean Mike Schroder, Temecula City Manager Aaron Adams and MSJC Vice President Pat Schwerdtfeger.
From left, CSUSM Dean Mike Schroder, Temecula City Manager Aaron Adams and MSJC Vice President Pat Schwerdtfeger.

CSU San Marcos and Mt. San Jacinto College collaborate to provide 4-year degrees to students


Friday, May 16th, 2014
Issue 20, Volume 18.
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TEMECULA – Representatives from California State University, San Marcos, the City of Temecula and Mt. San Jacinto College including CSUSM Dean Mike Schroder, Temecula City Manager Aaron Adams and MSJC Vice President Pat Schwerdtfeger celebrated a ground breaking event for their joint educational facility in downtown Temecula on Wednesday, April 30.

The partnership at this site provides students with a seamless transition from the associate’s degree to the bachelor’s degree with all coursework conducted on site, locked pricing, guaranteed time-to-completion and a collaborative cohort-based model. Students interested in business administration and eligible for college-level English and math will be the first to take advantage of the new program beginning Fall 2014.

For more information visit

www.msjc.edu/CSUSMbusiness or call (951) 487-3409.


 

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