As a CC of Morris (CCM) student, you have options when transferring to East Stroudsburg University (ESU).
The guides found on this page can help you make the choice that is best for you. You may also consult with an ESU transfer admission counselor or your CCM transfer office for additional guidance.
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Use the following guides to choose CCM courses that match equivalent courses at ESU, or search for requirements of your intended ESU academic degree program.
- Degree Program and Curriculum Plans - Search for degree requirements, required general education or corequisite courses of your intended ESU degree program based on your intended start year. Please Note: Certain ESU degree programs may have specific general education or corequisite course requirements.
- Course Equivalency Search - Provides a comprehensive list of transfer course equivalencies that ESU has established to date with CCM. If you've identified required general education or corequisite courses when researching your ESU degree program, you may use the Course Equivalency Guide to identify if CCM offers the equivalent course.
Associate Degree Transfer Option
You may also choose to complete your associate degree, and then transfer to ESU. The following agreements outline how your CCM associate degree transfers to the bachelor's degree at ESU.
Program–to–Program Agreements – These agreements provide a course by course outline of how your entire associate degree transfers to the bachelor's degree at ESU.
- Biology (AS) to Biology (BS)
- Business Administration (AS) to Business Management (BS)
- Criminal Justice (AS) to Criminal Justice (BS)
- Exercise Science (AS) to Exercise Science (BS)
Please Note: If your academic degree is not listed above, you can still easily transfer to ESU. Contact an ESU transfer counselor or CCM Transfer Advising Office for help in choosing the most appropriate associate degree to closely parallel the first two years of your intended ESU bachelor's degree program.