Associate in Applied Science
Transfer to West Liberty University
Note: The “2+2” term is used to refer to a transfer agreement through which a student completes an Associate’s degree at one institution and finishes a Bachelor’s degree at another institution. Due to individual student factors, part-time or full-time status, need for transitional education coursework, scheduling and availability of courses, or other factors, all students may not be able to complete these degrees in two (Associate’s) or four (Bachelor’s) years. The term “2+2” does not imply a guarantee that a student will be able to complete all requirements in four years.
Further, 2+2 articulation agreements contain very specific requirements which have been agreed upon and approved by the administration and faculty at both institutions. Because of this, petitions for course substitutions will not usually be considered or approved to allow a student to graduate under a 2+2 program.
Students are encouraged to meet with a member of the Psychology faculty at WLU early in their program of study at WVNCC to obtain information and counseling concerning the Psychology program.
Students completing this option will receive an Associate in Applied Science degree from West Virginia Northern. Upon completing the additional credit hours required at WLU, they will receive a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Psychology w/ a Social Work minor.
In addition to the WVNCC courses, applicants for admission to WLU need to have an overall grade point average of 2.0 and meet other program admissions requirements of WLU to be eligible under the 2+2 program. Students must also complete a separate application for the Department of Psychology and fulfill other program admissions requirements.*
Students successfully completing and receiving an AAS degree under the 2+2 agreement with WLU in Psychology should be able to:
*Although a cumulative GPA of 2.0 meets requirements for graduation at WVNCC, students who do not meet the GPA (or other special) requirements at the transfer institution for admission to this baccalaureate program may not be admitted to the program until they are able to meet those requirements. Students should consult with an advisor at the transfer institution early in their program to check on this, and other requirements for admission to the baccalaureate program.
First Year - Fall Semester
First Year - Spring Semester
Second Year - Fall Semester
Second Year - Spring Semester
Total Hours in Program — 60
*Choose from: BIO 110, CHEM 108 or CHEM 109, GSC 100, or PHYS 104