The Curriculum in the Early Years: Cooperative Programs

The first indication of cooperative programs is found in the 1970-71 college catalog.  Through an exchange program with Eastern Baptist College, students could elect to take courses on Eastern’s campus provided that the same course was not offered in the same semester at Cabrini.  A cooperative program with the Lankenau Hospital of Philadelphia allowed students to take health education courses, with credit to be transferred to Cabrini.  The courses were taken under the auspices of the education department.     

Submitted by:  A. Schwelm, Assistant Library Director

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