Complete your undergraduate degree at Fisher College
The Degree Completion Program provides undergraduate education to students enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program.
You can apply college credits previously earned from an accredited institution as well as credits earned
for life experience through the College’s Prior Learning Assessment Program.
The Degree Completion Program provides a solid foundation in academic coursework in conjunction
with interdisciplinary courses that focus on the humanities, the social sciences, and the natural sciences.
Upon successful completion of the program, you will earn a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Arts
degree offered at Fisher College in your chosen academic discipline.
English language requirement
- TOEFL 61
- IELTS 6.0
- Duolingo 90
- Completion of 3 years of college-level studies
- Overall GPA from previous university: 2.0 or higher
- If you don’t have an official English score
you can take the Kings Go: Prepared
Program and receive a Conditional
Letter of Admission (CLA). (Completion
to Level 3 required)
- Prior to joining the program, you must
have a personal evaluation to determine
the recommended number of credits.
- Communication and Media Studies
- Human Services
- Criminal Justice
- Human Resource Management
- Sport Management
- Liberal Arts
Communication and Media Studies
- CM 300 Communication Theory
- CM 400 Media Criticism
- CM 450 Senior Seminar
- CM 425 Media Ethics*
- CM elective at the 300 or 400 level
*If Media Ethics is not scheduled in a timely fashion, students may substitute this course with a CM elective at the 300 or 400 level.
- HS 207 Ethics
- HS 202 Practice of Counseling and Interviewing
- HS 301 Crisis Intervention
- HS 402 Systems and Policies
- HS 450 Senior Project
- MG 303Managerial Communications
- MG 321 Organizational Behavior
- MG 435 Operations Management
- MG 441Business Policy & Strat Mgt.
- MG 450 Senior Project
- PS 208 Abnormal Psychology
- PS 211 Research Methods in Psychology
- PS 322 Cognitive Psychology
- PS 425 Psychology: History and Systems**
- PS 450 Senior Seminar
** If Psychology: History and Systems is not scheduled in a timely fashion, students may substitute this course with a PS elective at the 300 or 400 level.
- CJ 316 Criminal Justice Research Methods
- CJ 317 Criminal Justice Statistics
- CJ410 Ethics and the Criminal Justice System
- CJ 420 Advanced Crime Theory and Policy
- CJ450 Senior Seminar
Human Resource Management
- HR 210 Talent Management
- HR 360 Compensation and Benefits
- HR 315 Training & Development
- HR 401 Employment Law and Labor Relations
- HR 410 Strategic HR Management and Emerging Issues
- MK 201 Principles of Marketing
- MK 302 Brand Strategy
- MK 310 Integrated Marketing Communication
- MK 420 Marketing Management
- MK 450 Senior Project
- SM 302 Sport Sales
- SM 304 Sport Law
- SM 320 Principles of Ethics and Leadership
- SM 420 Sport in the Global Market
- SM 450 Senior Seminar in Sport Management
- LB 440 Liberal Arts and Science Seminar
- LB 450 Senior Project: Liberal Arts
- Literature Elective at the 300/400 Level
- Laboratory Science
- Social Science Elective at any level
- You may transfer in up to 90 credits. If you transfer fewer, a program will be created for you based
on the number of credits required to reach the 120 credits you need to earn a bachelor’s degree.
- Degree Concentrations are not eligible for DCP
- There is an expectation of continuous enrollment.
- Ten classes, 30 credits, must be completed in the major. Five courses are specifically identified.
The remaining five will be selected after an evaluation of the transfer evaluation in conjunction with the degree’s requirements.
- Immediately upon acceptance to the Program, you may not take classes at another college for transfer purposes.
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The Kings Admissions Team