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Articulation Agreements

Cal U partners with many educational institutions articulating how credits from an earned associate degree will transfer in towards one of our bachelor’s degree programs.  Below is a listing of current articulation agreements for associate degree holders in specific programs.  Please contact us for further information on any of these listed articulation agreements.

Don’t see your school or program on the list?  We may still accept their credits!  Please contact our office for an unofficial evaluation to see how your credits will transfer. 

Statewide Program to Program Articulation Agreements

Pennsylvania's Public School Code of 1949 requires the colleges and universities that participate in the commonwealth's Statewide College Credit Transfer System to develop agreements that will allow students to transfer full Associate of Arts (AA) and Associateof Science (AS) degrees into parallel bachelor degree programs at the participating institutions with junior standing.

The new statewide articulation agreements were implemented in phases.  Agreements adopted prior to August 31, 2011 were effective Fall 2012. Agreements adopted between September 1, 2011 and August 31, 2012 were effective by Fall 2013.

The following statewide program agreements were effective in Fall 2012:

  • Biology                     
  • Business                      
  • Chemistry          
  • Computer Science        
  • Earth Science         
  • English
  • Environmental Geoscience
  • Geology
  • Meteorology
  • Physical Oceanography
  • Physics
  • Pre K-4 Education
  • Psychology
  • Mathematics and Statistics

These agreements were effective in Fall 2013:

  • Art
  • History
  • Communications            
  • Criminal Justice
  • Environmental Science      
  • Geography
  • Modern Language   
  • Social Work
  • Sociology
  • Theater

NOTE:  California University of Pennsylvania is a participating university and takes part in the Statewide Program to Program agreements, with the exception of the Physical Oceanography major agreement as Cal U does not offer this major.  For additional information on Program to Program Agreements, go to PATRAC.ORG.

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