NGS offers the Bachelor of Science Degree Completion program in Quality Systems Management (BSQSM.)
NGS offers a one year bachelors degree program. Graduates say they appreciate being able to finish their degree in a workable time-frame.
An emphasis on tangible results in real time. The program provides general, contemporary knowledge for flexibility through systems-based quality, team-based projects and practical applications.
Yes, NGS is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. Inquiries regarding the accreditation status by the New England Association should be directed to the administrative staff of the institution.
Individuals may also contact:
Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
New England Association of Schools and Colleges
3 Burlington Woods #100, Burlington, MA 01803
Ph: 855 886 3272
The BSQSM program is delivered online to accommodate working adults. This online program is delivered through the NGS Portal and has a weekly live webinar and set deadlines for assignment deliverables.
Yes, financial aid is available for qualified students. For questions regarding the financial aid process, contact the NGS financial aid office.
This program is designed as a “bridge” for those who possess an Associate’s degree to earn a bachelor degree. NGS will accept 60 to 75 credits in transfer from an approved college.
To be accepted the following is required:
Yes. NGS will review each student’s official transcripts showing at least 60 or more college-level credits for appropriate lower-level requirements. Students without an Associate’s degree must submit their official high school transcript.
It is a compilation of the student’s experiences in work, training, volunteer, and other non-academic activities that qualify for the assignment of upper college-level credit. In essence, it is a student’s autobiography.
No. Students complete an individual or team work-related business project (BBP).
*Or an additional 15 experiential learning credits for a total of 30 experiential learning credits from complete portfolio assessment.
*Not available in Massachusetts. Not available to Massachusetts residents.