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Umbc Articulation Agreements

See ARTSYS for course-to-course and programmingBowie State UniversityCoppin State UniversityFrostburg State UniversityMorgan State UniversitySalisbury UniversitySt. Mary`s College of MarylandTowson UniversityUniversity of Maryland, BaltimoreUMBCUMCPUMESUMUCUB Some articulation agreements are part of ARTSYS, the Maryland Articulation System, which is intended to support your transfer of AACC to the university system of Maryland institutions and other participating institutions. Other agreements are concluded outside artsys than partnerships between the AACC and individual institutions. These agreements are listed below. These agreements support AACC students who move from AACC to an external institution to continue their training. The list is organized by partner institution, then AACC-Major. The agreements contain worksheets or pedestrian crossings indicating the AACC courses you must take if you plan to move to a specific institution for the mentioned major. Loyola University Maryland has the following articulation agreements at the bachelor`s level: AACC has made transfer agreements with dozens of schools in and out of Maryland for a large number of majors. This gives you many options for smooth transmission. Loyola programs abroad work using articulations with universities in other countries.

Students can study abroad for a summer session, a semester or an entire academic year. Courses and grades arrive in Loyola credit. To view chords by main subject, click Transfer chords by main bucket or use Ctrl+F and enter a keyword for a main subject. The following agreements assist students as they move from an external institution to an AACC program. In addition to transfer agreements for certain streams (learn more below), AACC maintains a number of general transfer partnerships with several institutions, which go beyond specific disciplines. See ARTSYS for course-to-course and programmingCollege of Notre Dame de MarylandCollege of Notre Dame College des Bois CollegeJHU Carey School of BusinessJHU School of EducationMcDaniel CollegeMount St. Mary`s UniversityStevenson UniversityWashington College FAES Students who have taken certain courses at FAES in chemistry, pharmacology, public health and toxicology may forfeit credits if admitted to the muih inclusive health ( postgraduate programs. Learn more about the alliance with the University of Maryland Global Campus. Faes students who have taken certain courses in bioinformatics and technology transfer at FAES may waive a maximum of six to nine credits if they are included in the following UMGC postgraduate programmes: Master in Biotechnology specializing in bioinformatics; Master`s degree in biotechnology specializing in regulatory affairs; Master in Data Analytics; and certificate in bioinformatics. Consult the list of institutions participating in ARTSYS. Students can consult the first two years of the course requirement for a given core subject.

Rouse ScholarsSchoenbrodt honors studentsRouse Dickinson SummerStudy Abroad Agreement Transfer as part of the Associate of Science in Engineering (ASE) program: The State of Maryland has developed a program to facilitate transfer to computer and electrical engineering programs at Loyola University Maryland. A student who completes two years of study and receives a state-recognized Associate of Science in Engineering (A.S.E.) from a Maryland Community College may be transferred to Loyola`s engineering program. Engineering courses taught as part of the Associate Degree are accepted by Loyola University Maryland as a block. Loyola also has a wide range of free arts "core" requirements, which have been specifically designed to meet the university`s learning objectives. These requirements are generally broader than the general educational requirements for other institutions, and the transfer of non-engineering courses sanctioned upon acquisition of the Associate Degree is assessed on a case-by-case basis. . . .