Cdhe Articulation Agreements

The goal of a national transfer articulation agreement is to identify courses that a student must take at a Colorado public college as part of an associate art degree or science associate, to ensure that he or she can complete a bachelor`s degree at any four-year public university or university offering bachelor`s degree. For more information, please visit the Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE) website. « The Colorado School of Mines is working hard to facilitate the passage of students from Community College to Mines, and we are pleased to participate in the new National Convention on Computer Articulation, » said Richard C. Holz, propst and professor at the Colorado School of Mines. « This is the first national transfer route to the mines, but it won`t be the last – we look forward to participating in other transfer contracts in the future, » said Richard. The Colorado Department of Higher Education has launched four new national articulation transfer agreements in computer science, dance, journalism and public health to enable students to obtain degrees associated with « appellation » and then move on to bachelor`s degrees. « We recognize that the adoption of these agreements will allow students to complete and complete higher education at a lower cost, a key factor in the sustainability of our economy after the pandemic, » said Tom McGimpsey, President of the CCHE. « The combination of faculty and academics has made these new agreements stronger and better for students, » says Chris Rasmussen, Senior Director of the Academic Pathways and Innovation cdHE. The TEACHER Licensure program of the RRCC offers tailored transfer agreements with the following public body: these agreements allow you to: obtain a diploma from a community school with an arts association (AA) at 6 0 credits or associated with science (AS), to enrol in university with junior status and to obtain a bachelor`s degree in no more than 60 additional credits (for a total of 120 credits). The agreements were approved by the Colorado Higher Education Commission (CCHE) and developed by two- and four-year faculties at public colleges and universities nationwide. The introduction of these agreements brings the number of national transmission agreements from 34 to 38. Students who use the agreements collect less credits during the bachelor`s degree and end up reducing costs.

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