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Immaculata and Neumann Partner to Expand Degree Offerings

Immaculata University and Neumann University have entered into an agreement that will expand graduate-level programs for students from both Catholic universities starting in Fall 2019.

This new partnership creates pathways for undergraduate students to transfer seamlessly into master degree programs at both institutions. Students have several majors to choose from including:

“Because of this special affiliation between Immaculata and Neumann, students from both institutions benefit from expanded options for earning a master’s degree in several in-demand professions. Both universities are committed to providing this connection for their undergraduates to enroll in excellent graduate programs. Leveraging each institution’s expertise, the options above offer students a clear pathway to achieving both undergraduate and graduate degrees through these two, leading Catholic institutions,” stated Dr. Angela Tekely, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost at Immaculata University.

“Agreements like these between universities are the future of higher education in that they clearly and seamlessly lay out the pathways from undergraduate to graduate life and subsequent careers. This is precisely what parents and students today are seeking,” stated Dr. Lawrence DiPaolo, Jr. Vice President for Academic Affairs at Neumann University.

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