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RichmondCC Human Services Technology graduates can advance their degree at Queens University of Charlotte

HAMLET — Richmond Community College and Queens University of Charlotte have signed a partnership agreement that will make certain transfers seamless between the community college and the four-year institution. 

The articulation agreement, a formal partnership between at least two institutions of higher education, allows RichmondCC graduates of the Human Services Technology associate degree program to transfer 64 credits toward the Queens’ Bachelor of Arts in Human Services. This is half the credits required to complete the bachelor’s degree.

“The transfer pathway with Queens University saves our students time and money as they pursue an advanced degree,” RichmondCC’s Director of Career & Transfer Services Patsy Stanley said. “Because of this partnership with Queens University, we will be able to help more students earn the credentials and education they need to pursue a career in the human services profession.” 


Human services-related job growth is expected to be more than 13 percent through 2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Jobs in the human services field can be found in mental health, child care, family services, social services, rehabilitation, correction and educational agencies. 

About Queens University of Charlotte

Queens University is a private, co-educational university located in Charlotte. The university serves more than 2,500 students with 43 major and 66 minor undergraduate degree options and 12 graduate degrees. Students represent 44 states and 49 foreign countries. As part of the university’s vision to promote educational experiences that nurture intellectual curiosity and promote global understanding, nearly three-quarters of students participate in study abroad experiences and 100 percent take part in internships. The U.S. News & World Report ranks Queens 18th among regional universities in the south in its 2019 edition of Best Colleges.