Bellevue College Articulation Agreement

April 8, 2021

Basic General Agreement: The TCSG-USG agreement defines 28 general education courses that are entrusted to SACSCOC accredited institutions. A articulation agreement is a formal agreement to transfer credits from one educational institution or system to another. LTC graduates can use several local and national articulation agreements to minimize repeated coursework and allow for a smooth transfer of earned credits to a four-year college or university. Other colleges and universities, both in Georgia and outside the state, may accept transfer credits from Lanier Technical College. Students interested in a transfer should contact the host institution to determine the portability of a particular course or program. . . . Southern New Hampshire University Agreement for Business Administration and General Studies Grand Canyon University Agreement for Bachelor of Science in Public Safety – Emergency Management of the Associate of Applied Science in Fire Science Technology . All applicants who do not meet these standards are, as far as possible, referred to the college for additional internships.

Bachelor of Arts in Fire and Emergency Services Administration by A.A.S grad in Fire Science Bachelor of Business Administration Applied Technical Management Bachelor of Business Administration Interdislinary Studies Piedmont College Business Sciences Sciences Agreement . Computer Information Systems Joint Agreement Students with an Associate Diploma receive credit for all programs of study in their studies and will enter Bellevue in a situation of dementia. This applies to both traditional bachelor`s and accelerated bachelor`s studies. The University of Bellevue requires transfer students to obtain an associate degree or approximately 60 hours of credit prior to the transfer. Detailed information on transfers – from the BCC to the University of Bellevue – is contained in the Memorandum of Understanding between the University of Bellevue and Bergen Community College.

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