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A Bright Future Awaits With a Bachelor’s Degree in Cybersecurity or Forensic Accounting

Last updated on July 1, 2020

Did you know that Dallas College has partnered with New England College (NEC) to help you make the transition from your associate degree to your bachelor’s degree easier than ever?

Earning your associate degree means you’re on your way to making your dreams come true, and New England College will help you go even further, without having to leave Dallas College.

Right here at two Dallas College locations, NEC faculty teach bachelor-level courses in two career fields with high demand in the Dallas area:

  • Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity (hosted at Richland Campus)
  • Bachelor of Science in Forensic Accounting (hosted at Eastfield Campus)

For 73 years, New England College has focused on helping students live what they learn. NEC’s approach means you’ll see your chosen career in action before you graduate, so you’ll be ready for your career when you graduate.

Virtual Information Sessions

Hear from NEC representatives and learn more about earning your bachelor’s degree with Dallas College and NEC:


Tuesday, July 14, 3-5 p.m. CST

Join Zoom Meeting

Forensic Accounting

Thursday, July 16, 3-5 p.m. CST

Join Zoom Meeting

A Bachelor’s Program Built for You

When you transition to one of these bachelor’s programs, you can transfer all 60 credits you have earned for your associate degree. And you can potentially transfer 30 more credits through additional coursework or prior learning assessments. Plus, you will receive reduced tuition.

New England College’s hybrid programs are designed to fit your busy schedule. Classes meet one night per week at Dallas College, with additional assignments completed online.

For more information about these programs, visit or contact New England College directly:

Lisa Conn
Director of Partnerships


Casey Walker
Associate Director of Enrollment


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