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 giving students the
opportunity to attend lectures, museums, musical performances, and other
intellectual and artistic events. Students also participate in Service
Learning or civic engagement opportunities. 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 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/MSL, while completing the counseling psychology program in as little as six years.
- Second-semester sophomore status (junior and senior transfer students who have completed at least two semesters at Rosemont)
- At least a 3.0 GPA (3.5 for psychology students)
- Approval from undergraduate academic adviser to begin application process
*Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher in their graduate courses to maintain dual-degree status.
- Statement of Purpose
Approval/Letter of Recommendation form from academic adviser
- Writing Sample (creative writing and publishing)
- Resume (publishing)
- Interview (at graduate program directors' discretion)
Note: The Office of Graduate Admissions processes all dual-degree
applications with the graduate program directors granting admission
along with the Undergraduate College and the Academic Deans.
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
option also provides families with a significant cost savings in
financing a student’s college education. Students finishing their degree
in three years versus four would save the equivalent of a full year’s
tuition (and room and board) while the student has the ability to begin
graduate school or enter the job market one year earlier.
degree option is an incredible opportunity for high achieving students
who are able to handle the rigors of accelerated learning.
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.
- Rosemont College provides small class sizes and individual attention by experienced professors in each of the subject areas.
in the post baccalaureate pre-medical program receive one-on-one
advising throughout the program of study to assist you with course
selection and professional school applications.
- Students who
successfully complete the program will receive a letter of
recommendation to include in their application to professional and /or
- Students have the opportunity to do research
with Rosemont College faculty or faculty at an affiliated institution.
Students may also do volunteer work with local medical facilities.
- Rosemont College also offers a one credit MCAT Review course to all students.