University Of Maryland Articulation Agreement

These agreements help AACC students move from AACC to an external organization to continue their training. The list is organized by partner institutions, then AACC-Major. The agreements contain worksheets or crosswalks that indicate the AACC courses that you should take if you plan to move to a particular institution for the listed major. To view chords by major, click The Agreements transferred to Major, or use Control-F, and enter a keyword for a major. UMB schools that have articulation agreements on course transfer capacity are listed below: Some articulation agreements are part of ARTSYS, the Maryland Joint System, which is intended to support your transfer from AACC to Maryland university system institutions and other participating institutions. Other agreements are concluded outside artsYS as partnerships between AACC and individual institutions. These agreements are listed below. The Community College Alliance program at the University of Maryland Global Campus allows you to graduate from any community college in Maryland and transfer your credits to your bachelor`s degree at the UMGC. In addition, UMGC has alliance agreements with Maryland`s 16 community colleges, making your transition easier than ever. In addition to participating in ARTSYS and the joint agreements listed above, the university also participates in federal articulation programs for the RN-BSN (Nursing) diploma and the AAT-zu-Bachelor-Studium for students.

AACC has contracted with dozens of schools in and out of Maryland for a large number of majors. This gives you many options for smooth transmission. Notre Dame also maintains agreements with institutions to facilitate access to the pharmacy school. These agreements are available here: The following agreements help students who move from an external university to an AACC program. In addition to transfer agreements for certain areas of study (see more and more, the CCAA maintains a number of general transfer partnerships with several institutions, which go beyond the different disciplines.

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