The National Management School has partnered with Broward College and University of South Florida to offer an American Associate degree and an American Bachelor’s degree to students from India. Guests present were Jaspinder Narula, Amy Billimoria, Vinit kakar, Kavita Verma, Dr Ruby Tandon, Dr Makani and Sumeet Tappoo.
In the “2+2” programme, students will study the first two years in India at The National Management School, an international center of Broward College. On successful completion of the two years, students will earn the Associate Degree from Broward College in Florida. With this Associate Degree, students can transfer to any US University for the balance two years of a Bachelor’s Degree.
The agreement that NMS has finalised with University of South Florida enables the students with the Associate Degree to seamlessly move to USF to complete the Bachelor’s degree. The first cohort of students to take advantage of this partnership will earn degrees in business.
Students will earn an Associate of Arts degree through The National Management School, with 36 credits in general education and 24 elective credits. The second half of the programme will be taught by world-class faculty at the University of South Florida’s College of Business. Students will study at USF in Tampa, completing the programme and obtaining their bachelor’s degree from USF.
Students will be able to pursue a general business degree or major in accounting, advertising, economics, finance, management, marketing, information systems, or international business. The transfer to USF will work through the University Transfer Pathway Program, which will give Indian students a clear pathway to their final bachelor’s degree at USF. While the partnership is beginning in USF’s College of Business, the agreement covers other disciplines, such as engineering, the sciences, and several areas in the liberal arts.
The programme is delivered in Mumbai at the West Campus by The National Management School.
The West Campus is located conveniently on Linking Road in the prime neighborhood of Khar (W).