Westchester Community College Articulation Agreements

For students using the Guaranteed Admission Agreement, Marymount Manhattan College waives our General Education Program lower course requirements (24 of 42 credits are cancelled). This would include math and writing classes (English). All students will also transfer to Marymount Manhattan College with Junior Class Standing. However, all incoming students using this agreement will (during their first semester) be required to take a six-week course on the Community Transfer Workshop designed to help them get used to university life at Marymount Manhattan College. It should also be noted that this agreement does not automatically guarantee the award of a degree within two years for certain majors. The estimated completion date for each program is shown below. For more information, students can contact one of the transfer admission officers at the admissions office at any time by calling Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm, 212-517-0430. To view transfer agreements by institution, visit the Transfer/Agreement Articulations page If this is the case, ask your associate college to send the official transcript of your courses to the New York Tech Office of Admissions. Make sure the transcript reflects the course, credit, and grade, so that the class can be considered exactly for transfer credit.

This articulation agreement allows graduates of the A.A.S. program. Herkimer in business fashion buying and merchandising who have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 to apply for FIT undergraduate students in the following areas: direct and interactive marketing; entrepreneurship; Home product development; International trade and marketing or production management. In the case of admission, students are accepted as juniors (fifth semester) and can meet the requirements of the Abitur in at least two years. Approved April 19, 2016 You have gained knowledge inside and outside the classroom. That`s why we offer you the opportunity to earn university credits based on relevant previous learning experience at the college level, military and professional experience, as well as a portfolio review. .