Special Programs & Dual Degrees
The Honors Program allows students with a minimum SAT in critical reading and math of 1100 and a high school GPA of 3.50 or higher to participate in series of intellectually challenging and stimulating honors courses for students interested in a broad educational experience that extends beyond the standard curriculum.
The Honors Program experience also extends beyond the classroom. An important goal of the Honors Program is to foster an awareness of social responsibility, particularly to encourage service for the public good.
Dual Degree Programs
Dual Degree programs allow undergraduate students to begin taking graduate courses as early as junior year, and to transfer seamlessly to Rosemont’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies. After an application process and formal acceptance to the program, students can complete their Bachelors and Masters degrees in as early as five years in: Creative writing, Publishing and MBA, while completing the Counseling Psychology program in as little as six years.
Rosemont College’s three-year bachelor’s degree is a unique opportunity for highly motivated and academically prepared students who are focused on a specific major. Faculty advisors customize a degree plan to include any advanced placement or other college-level work you may have already completed.
Rosemont College has partnered with Temple School of Dentistry and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Several program options are available including a 3+4 accelerated track as well as a more traditional 4+4 program.
Post-Bacc Medical Program
Rosemont College’s post baccalaureate pre-medical program is designed to prepare students to enter graduate or professional school programs in the health care fields. This program serves two groups of students: career changers and/or record enhancers.