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SPS and Quinsigamond Community College Partner on Computer Science Bachelor’s Degree Completion

Clark University’s School of Professional Studies (SPS) is pleased to partner with Quinsigamond Community College (QCC) to provide seamless transfer and transition for QCC students to complete their bachelor’s degree through our Undergraduate Degree Completion Program. Students with a QCC Associate in Science in Computer Science degree will be granted admission to SPS’s Bachelor of Science in Computer Science program.

Our B.S. in Computer Science is a STEM-designated program that specializes and deepens academic and professional knowledge in the field of computer science. Graduates will be able to analyze complex computing problems, identify solutions, apply programming language concepts, and make informed, ethical judgments in computing practices.


  • Graduates of QCC’s Associate in Science in Computer Science may transfer to SPS-UG’s B.S. in Computer Science program provided that they graduate with a minimum cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.
  • Students must meet all program-specific requirements to gain admission.

Please review the complete Transfer Agreement for more details.

View Transfer Agreement

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  • Easy application/admission
  • Submit application six weeks prior to intended term start.
  • Eligible students will receive transfer credit for college-level courses completed at QCC with a grade of “C” or better. A status of incomplete (“I”) or Pass (“P”) will not be considered for transfer. For intended science and technology majors, science and technology courses completed more than seven years prior to the application date may be considered for transfer at SPS-UG’s discretion.
  • QCC graduates who complete a SPS-UG baccalaureate degree with a minimum overall GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale are eligible for general admission into a SPS graduate program. Specific graduate programs may require additional admissions criteria with specified application timelines. The application fee will be waived for program participants. Such graduates may qualify for scholarships to pursue their graduate studies.
  • QCC graduates who transfer to a SPS-UG program will:
    • Receive a 20% Community College Transfer Scholarship for each term, for the duration of their continued enrollment toward their B.S. at Clark. No additional application is required. Students may also be eligible for other scholarships.
      • SPS 2021 tuition costs $510 per credit or $2,040 per unit
      • With this scholarship, students will pay $408 credit per semester or $1,640 for one Clark unit
      • One Clark unit equals 4 semester credits
    • Be awarded 15 units (60 semester credits) of transfer credit toward their B.S. at Clark.
      • A Clark B.S. degree requires 32 units (128 semester credits).
    • Complete courses as specified in the curriculum
  • All current Clark students, including QCC transfer students, have access to academic, student, and technical support, including the complete LinkedIn Learning course catalog; all of Clark’s libraries; and advising, tutoring, and counseling services.

For more information, email Siu Ming Luie, Associate Dean of Professional Studies, at

Contact Information

School of Professional Studies

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  • 9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m., Monday – Thursday
  • 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Friday