Baltimore Student Exchange Program (BSEP)

The Baltimore Student Exchange (BSEP) Program allows qualified students at Goucher to take undergraduate courses offered at other colleges during fall and spring semesters. At the end of the semester, the student’s credits and grades from the host institution are submitted to Goucher.   


Johns Hopkins University - Dual Degree, 5-Year Program

Goucher College has established a dual-degree program through which students earn both a bachelor of arts degree from Goucher and a bachelor of science degree from the G.W.C. Whiting School of Engineering of Johns Hopkins University (JHU). The dual-degree program enables students to explore the liberal arts and sciences, while developing professional knowledge and experience in a specific field of engineering. 


ARTSYS (the Articulation System for Maryland Colleges and Universities)

ARTSYS is a computerized data information system created to facilitate the transfer of students from the Maryland public community colleges to University System of Maryland schools and other participating institutions. 


Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth

Goucher participates in CTY’s One Course Scholarship program sponsored by CTY’s Talent Search, conducted annually. One-course scholarships are offered to high-scoring students who live within commuting distance of the campus.


Prince George's Community College Honors Academy

Mutually approved qualified students in the Prince George’s Community College Honors Academy are concurrently enrolled at both institutions and complete their first two years at the community college, and their last two years at Goucher.  


Professional Development School Partnerships (page 36)

Goucher has developed partnerships with local school systems that allow students to complete student teaching or internships in partner schools. In exchange, teachers in those systems can take courses in Goucher’s M.Ed or M.A.T programs for reduced tuition.


International Study Program Agreements 

Goucher has agreements with many institutions for the provision of study abroad experiences. For a complete description of those programs, visit the office of International Studies.