Western Michigan University works with the following institutions to provide articulation information as transfer guides and articulation agreements. Articulation agreements are formal and written documents agreed upon by two or more institutions. Compared to traditional transfer program managers, articulation agreements may include: a value-added component that allows for additional transfer credits; Improving the number of quality learning options and unique student options (e.g.B. waive certain requirements, additional student assistance services, etc.). Information on the following agreements can be found at the higher education institutions listed below, the admissions office of the WMU (national) or the Haenicke Institute (international). Are you considering transferring course work from another university or university to a Ferris program? Prepare for a smooth transmission process by checking program transfer manuals. These guides show you which courses can be applied directly to a Ferris bachelor`s degree at the community university. Transfer Articulation Agreement: a formally co-operative document signed between two post-secondary institutions. The articulation agreement contains specific guidelines for a smooth transfer from one institution to another. The agreement also contains specific criteria that a student must meet in order to transfer courses from one university to another. Students use articulation agreements to ensure that the courses they have completed should not be repeated in the institution to which they are transferred. The agreement originally signed is understood by the Transfer and Secondary Education Partnerships Office. The CMU provides transfer guides and articulation agreements to help students decide how courses they have taken at local and municipal colleges are transferred to the lower level courses of the CMU.
If your institution is not listed below, read the CMU Equivalency Transfer page. Students who began their studies in the fall of 2014 or later can complete the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA). WMU appreciates this agreement, which meets the requirements of general education at a lower level than the WMU for all colleges in the Michigan Community. Bachelor of Business Administration- Computer Information Management Bachelor of Science Mathematics: Elementary Teaching Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies and Sustainability Bachelor of Science Integrated Science (leading to DI endorsement) (ACS option): Secondary Teaching A student is required to complete at least 30 credits, with least 2.0 in each course, to fulfill the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA). Credits for students who have attended different institutions are assessed and counted as “MTA” transfer requirements or general educational requirements of North Central Michigan College, as long as their host institutions agree that these courses meet general educational requirements, as indicated in the Michigan Transfer Agreement. The person is required to take a credit-bearing course at North Central Michigan College to obtain a satisfactory indication of the MTA on its transcript. Through collaborative partnerships with community colleges, Ferris State University has implemented program transfer guides to help students move from their community colleges to the FSU. Students use a transfer guide when considering transferring from one institution to another.