Articulation Agreements Explained
Articulation Agreements are partnerships between a community college and a university. These partnerships are created to help students transfer into specific programs or degrees and bring a block of credit which may have not been transferable otherwise. They describe a set of courses earned toward a community college student’s associate degree that will also fulfill courses leading to a bachelor degree at Eastern Washington University. Articulation agreements are generally facilitated by faculty in conjunction with the Office of Articulation and Transfer Policy.
When to Create an Articulation Agreement?
These agreements are created for vocational degree types or non-transferable degree types in alignment with a bachelor degree. The curriculum from the community college is compared the curriculum for the program at Eastern to look for similarities and course equivalencies.