UB Articulation Agreements: A Pathway to Success
The University of Baltimore (UB) is committed to helping students achieve their educational and career goals. One of the ways that UB accomplishes this is by establishing articulation agreements with other institutions.
An articulation agreement is a formal agreement between two or more institutions that allows students to transfer credits from one institution to another. Articulation agreements can be particularly helpful for students who want to transfer from a community college to a four-year university or from one four-year institution to another.
UB has established articulation agreements with a number of community colleges and four-year universities, both in Maryland and beyond. These agreements help to ensure that students who transfer to UB will receive credit for the courses they have already completed and will be able to seamlessly continue their education.
One example of a UB articulation agreement is with the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC). This agreement allows students who have completed an associate degree at CCBC to transfer to UB and pursue a bachelor`s degree in a related field. CCBC students who meet certain criteria, such as maintaining a certain GPA and completing specific courses, are guaranteed admission to UB and will receive credit for all of their completed coursework.
Another example of a UB articulation agreement is with the University of Maryland, College Park. This agreement allows students who have completed certain programs at UB, such as the Bachelor of Science in Simulation and Game Design, to transfer to UMD and pursue a master`s degree in a related field. UB students who meet certain criteria, such as maintaining a certain GPA and completing specific courses, are guaranteed admission to UMD and will receive credit for all of their completed coursework.
Overall, articulation agreements are an important tool for students who want to transfer to UB or to another institution. These agreements can help to ensure that students receive credit for the courses they have already completed and can save both time and money. If you are a student considering transferring to UB, be sure to explore the articulation agreements that are available to you and take advantage of this valuable resource.