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Articulation Agreements

The University of Mount Union currently maintains an Articulation Agreement with the following institution and academic programs. Check back often, as more partnerships are currently being explored.

What is an Articulation Agreement?
Articulation Agreements are formal partnerships between colleges and universities that document the schools’ transfer policies for specific academic programs, giving students a pre-defined option to further their education.

A typical associate’s degree program at Stark State requires completion of 60 credit hours. Mount Union requires 128 hours for a bachelor’s degree, so a student with an associate’s degree working toward a bachelor’s degree will have an additional 68 credit hours to complete. Depending upon whether a student attends full- or part-time, a bachelor’s degree could be earned from Mount Union in as little as two years.

 

  1. Stark State

    Communication Studies
    Criminal Justice
    Early Childhood Education
    Early Childhood Intervention Specialist
    Integrated Media
    National Security and Foreign Intelligence Analysis
    Psychology
    Biology
    Civil Engineering
    Human Development and Family Science
    Mechanical Engineering

  2. Capital University Law School

    3+3 Political Science/Law School Partnership

  3. University of Akron, School of Law

    3+3 Political Science/Law School Partnership

  4. Case Western Reserve University

    Master of Accountancy Partnership

  5. Kansai Gaidai

    2+2 Dual Degree Program

  6. Ohio Northern University, Dicke Distinction Program

    Master of Science in Accounting Partnership