Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC)

Community College of Allegheny County

Articulation Agreements Colleges & Universities

The Community College of Allegheny County has 125 articulation agreements with the following 29 colleges and universities.

Students should consult with the Transfer Counselor at your campus early in your stay at CCAC to both select a transfer institution and to discuss your program choice at that institution. A successful transfer depends on identifying your program and institution as early as possible.

The Pennsylvania community colleges and Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE—state universities) have developed a web site PATRAC (Pennsylvania Transfer and Articulation Center) that allows students to check the transferability of certain general education courses to other community colleges and the state universities. This is a useful tool to be used with CCAC Transfer Counseling Services. A course may transfer, but may not meet the requirements in a student's chosen program. CCAC Transfer Counselors can help you to select the best general education courses for your selected program.

AiP Art Institute of Pittsburgh
     Bachelor of Science in Advertising
     Bachelor of Science in Digital Media Production
     Bachelor of Science in Fashion and Retail Management
     Bachelor of Science in Game Art and Design
     Bachelor of Science in Interior Design
     Bachelor of Science in Media Arts and Animation
     Bachelor of Science in Photography
     Bachelor of Science in Effects and Motion
Allentown College of St. Francis DeSales
     Bachelor of Science—Accounting—On Line
Bethany College
     Not Program Specific
California University of Pennsylvania
     Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Technology
     Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
     Associate of Science in Nursing
     Bachelor of Science in Nursing
     Bachelor in Science in Education with certification in Technology Education
Capella University
     Scholarships available for U.S. Armed Forces learners
     Bachelor of Science in Business specialization
     Bachelor of Science in Information Technology specializations
     Bachelor of Science in Public Safety specialization
     Bachelor of Science in Nursing
     Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Carlow University
     Bachelor of Science in Biology Perfusion Technology
     Bachelor of Science in Social Work
     Bachelor of Science in Accounting
     Bachelor of Science in Business Management
     Bachelor of Science in Information Technology & Management
Chatham University
     Bachelor of Science in Nursing
     Bachelor of Social Work
     Not Program Specific
Clarion University of Pennsylvania
     Bachelor of Arts in History
     Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
     Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
     Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education (English, Mathematics, Social Studies)
     Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education
Drexel University
     Tuition discount (25%) for CCAC students and staff 
     Associate of Science
     Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Duquesne University-School of Leadership-Professional Advancement
       Bachelor of Science Degree in Professional Studies/Concentration in Computer System  Technology at Duquesne University
Edinboro University
     Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
     Bachelor of Science in Education in Elementary Education
     Bachelor of Science in Education
     Certification in Secondary Biology, Chemistry, Earth/Space Science, General Science, Mathematics, or Physics
     Bachelor of Science in Education
     Certification in Secondary Comprehensive English, German, Social Studies or Spanish
Gannon University
     Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
     Not Program Specific
Grand Canyon University
     Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education (IP/TL)
     Bachelor of Science in Educational Studies
     Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and Special Education (IP/TL)
     Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education (IP/TL)
     Bachelor of Science in Psychology
     Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies
     Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN)
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
     Bachelor of Science in Accounting, Finance, Management, Human Resource Management, International Business, MIS and Marketing.  
     Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Medicine Technology
     Guaranteed Articulation Programs—IUP
     Guaranteed Collaborative Agreements
Kaplan University
     Advanced Start Baccalaureate Option
LaRoche College
     Bachelor of Science in Justice, Law and Security
     Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
     Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
     Bachelor of Science in Nursing
     Bachelor of Science in Political Science
     Bachelor of Science in History
     Bachelor of Science in Sociology
Lincoln University
     Not Program Specific
National Labor College
     Bachelor of Arts in Labor Studies
Penn State-New Kensington 
    Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Pennsylvania College of Technology
     Bachelor of Science in Information Assurance and Security (BIS) degree
Point Park University
     Bachelor of Science in Accounting
     Bachelor of Science in Biology
     Bachelor of Science in Business Management
     Bachelor of Science in Economics & Finance
     Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
     Bachelor of Arts in Education pre-K – 8th Grade
     Bachelor of Arts in Education 4th – 8th Grade (English)
     Bachelor of Arts in Education 4th – 8th Grade (Mathematics)
     Bachelor of Science in Education 4th – 8th Grade (Science)
     Bachelor of Science in Education 4th – 8th Grade (Social Sciences)
     Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
     Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
     Bachelor of Science in Public Administration
Robert Morris University
     Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
     Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education
     Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree—Major—Business/Computer and Information Education, Communication Education, English Education, Math Education or Social Studies Education
     Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology
     Transitional Acceptance to Robert Morris University
     Bachelor of Arts in Communication—Theater Concentration
     Bachelor of Science in Competitive Intelligence Systems
     Bachelor of Science in Competitive Intelligence Systems
     Bachelor of Science in Computer Information System
     Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems
     Bachelor of Science in Engineering
        Concentration: Biomedical Engineering
        Concentration: Industrial Engineering
        Concentration: Mechanical Engineering
        Concentration: Software Engineering
     RMU Honors Program
     Bachelor of Arts in English (English Studies Concentration)
     Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science
     Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science
     Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science
     Bachelor of Arts in Media Arts
     Bachelor of Science in Biology
     Bachelor of Arts in Media Arts
     Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics
     Bachelor of Arts in Social Studies (Teacher Certification)
     Bachelor of Arts in Communication Education (Teacher Education)
     Bachelor of Arts in English Education (Teacher Education)
     Bachelor of Science in Business, Computer & Education Technology
     Education (Teacher Certification)
     Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics (Teacher Education)
     Bachelor in Arts in Social Sciences
Salem International University
     Not Program Specific
Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania
     Bachelor of Science in Education—Certification in Elementary, Early Childhood, Special Education or at the secondary level—Citizenship
     Bachelor of Fine Arts
     Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Strayer University
     Not Program Specific
University of Phoenix
     Tuition discount (5%) to CCAC students
     Not Program Specific
University of Pittsburgh
     Bachelor of Science—Business Administration
     College of General Studies
     Bachelor of Science—Clinical Dietetics and Nutrition
     Bachelor of Science—Emergency Medicine
     Bachelor of Science in Social Work
Washington & Jefferson College
     Not Program Specific
West Liberty University
     West Liberty University -College of Business Scholarship
     Not Program Specific
Wheeling Jesuit University
     Not Program Specific


AiP Art Institute of Pennsylvania

Program:        
Associate in Science to Bachelor in Science

Description: 
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh and the Community College of Allegheny County agree to implement the Bachelor of Science degree curriculum in mutually agreed upon designated programs for the purpose of assuring students competencies that will enhance their skill level, their employability and their career goals. AiP will accept CCAC graduates in Art, AS to Graphic Design, BS; Culinary Arts, AAS to Culinary Management, BS; graphic communication Traditional AS to Graphic Design, BS; Graphics Communications, Digital Graphic Communications, Digital Graphic Design, BS; and Digital Graphic Design Certificate to Graphic Design, AS; and award credit in accordance with the Transfer Agreement Block Credit for each program.

An Art Associate of Science degree may lead to a Bachelor of Science Degree at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh in the following programs: Advertising, Digital Media Production, Fashion and Retail Management, Game Art and Design, Interior Design, Media Arts and Animation, Interactive Media Design, Photography and Effects & Motion Graphics. Students should consult closely with their CCAC transfer counselor to choose fifteen (15) elective credits tailored to the student’s program of interest at the AiP. Possibility of 60 credits through transfer.

Only “C” grades or higher will be accepted and courses that rely on computer technology cannot be more than five years old. AiP will consider credit for demonstrated learning based on life experience. But in no case, will AiP award more than 75% of the AiP degree from transfer credit and life experience. Effective: October, 2006. 
To view full articulation agreement: AiP Art Institute of Pittsburgh    

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Allentown College of St. Francis DeSales

Program:       
Bachelor of Science—Accounting—On Line

Description: 
The purpose of this agreement is to provide students the opportunity to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting on line. Students will take all of their General Education courses at CCAC (either on line or on site) and the remaining accounting and junior/senior level courses through Allentown College on line. Effective: August, 2000.
To view full articulation agreement: Allentown College of St Francis DeSales BS Accounting-On Line 

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Bethany College

Program:        
Not Program Specific

Description: 
The purpose of this agreement is to provide students with an opportunity to transfer 60 credits to Bethany CollegeFor students who have earned an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree at CCAC, Bethany will accept a minimum of 60 semester hours. Courses with a letter grade of “D” or higher will transfer as letter grades. If a student transfers a course grade of “D” in his/her major field of study, the major department must approve the acceptance of the course. The student must take at least one-half of the required major courses at Bethany College. 

For students who have not completed an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree at CCAC, only courses with a “C” or higher will transfer. The letter grades and cumulative grade point average will not transfer.

All transfer credits from CCAC are applied to the student’s program in accordance with the scheme of course classification at Bethany College. Effective: September, 2003.
To view full articulation agreement: Bethany College

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California University of Pennsylvania

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Technology. 

Description:
This agreement enhances the transferability between CCAC’s AS 050 Computer and Information Science degree and CALU’s BS in Computer Engineering Technology. Effective: March, 2007.
To view full articulation agreement: California University of Pennsylvania computer engineering technology

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California University of Pennsylvania

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.

Description:
The primary purpose of this agreement is to enhance the transferability between CCAC’s Associate of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice and Corrections and CAL U’s Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice. A secondary purpose is to provide faculty and administration of both institutions with more precise guidelines for advising students interested in pursuing a Bachelor of Science Degree. Effective: March, 2010.
To view full articulation agreement: California University of Pennsylvania Criminal Justice

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California University of Pennsylvania

Program:        
Associate of Science in Nursing

Description: 
The purpose of this agreement is to provide students an opportunity to enroll in the Associate of Science in Nursing program through the Community College of Allegheny County at the California University of Pennsylvania Campus in California, PA. This program is a jointly sponsored cooperative program of study that provides students access to an Associate in Science in Nursing from CCAC offered on the California University of Pennsylvania Campus.
Effective: September, 1999.
To view full articulation agreement: California Univ Nursing

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California University of Pennsylvania

Program:        
Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Description: 
The purpose of this agreement is to provide students an opportunity to enroll in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing through California University of Pennsylvania at the Community College of Allegheny County—South Campus location.

This program is a jointly sponsored cooperative program of study that provides students access to a Bachelor in Science in Nursing from California University of Pennsylvania offered on the CCAC—South Campus.
Effective: September, 1999.
To view full articulation agreement: California Univ Nursing South

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California University of Pennsylvania

Program:
Bachelor in Science in Education with certification in Technology Education.

Description:
This agreement enhances the transferability between CCAC’s AS programs in Architectural Drafting and Design Technology, Civil Engineering Technology, Computer-Aided Drafting and Design Technology, Manufacturing Technology (Controls, Machining, Nanofabrication or Welding track), Mechanical Drafting and Design Technology, Microcomputer Electronics Technology, Robotics and Automated Systems Technology or Science and Engineering Technology and California University’s Bachelor of Science in Education with certification in Technology Education. A secondary purpose is to provide faculty and administration of both institutions with more precise guidelines for advising students interested in pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Education with certification in Technology Education. Effective: March, 2008.
To view full articulation agreement: California University of Pennsylvania Teacher Education

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Capella University


Program:
 Bachelor of Science, Business specialization
 Bachelor of Science, Information Technology specializations   
 Bachelor of Science, Public Safety specialization
 Bachelor of Science, Nursing
 Bachelor of Science, Psychology

Description:
This agreement has as its sole purpose the establishment of a relationship of mutual benefit between Community College of Allegheny County and Capella University in order to make baccalaureate and graduate degree programs available to faculty, staff and graduates of CCAC.  Specific degree program agreements between Capella University bachelor degree programs and CCAC AA or AS degrees are Nursing and Psychology. CCAC faculty, staff and graduates who enroll during the first six (6) month of the agreement will receive a 10% tuition discount. An additional discount is available to US Armed Forces learners.
To view full articulation agreement: Capella University

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Carlow University

Program: 
Carlow Hill Education Center

Description: 
Students who are not directly accepted into the Carlow Hill Education Center will be referred for admission to the Community College of Allegheny County, Allegheny Campus. These students will have made official application to the Carlow Hill Education Center Program. Students not selected for direct admission to Carlow Hill Education Center Program will receive a letter advising them of the conditions of transitional acceptance. Students who complete their prescribed courses (but no more than 30 credits) at the Community College of Allegheny County will be re-considered for admission to Carlow Hill Education Center. Effective: September, 2004.
To view full articulation agreement: Carlow University Hill

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Carlow University

Program:
Bachelor of Science, Biology Perfusion Technology  
Bachelor of Science, Social Work
Bachelor of Science, Accounting
Bachelor of Science, Business Management
Bachelor of Science, Information Technology & Management 

Description: 
Students enrolled in UP University Parallel programs at CCAC, who complete all requirements for the designated Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degrees can transfer to Carlow University in the following programs: BS Biology/Perfusion Technology, BS Social Work, BS Accounting, BS Business Management, BS Information Technology & Management.

Students should work with a CCAC transfer counselor as early as possible to help the student submit a letter of intent to Carlow University. Carlow University requires student to maintain an overall overage of 2.00 GPA and satisfy all other Carlow University admission requirement. Specific course equivalencies are available in the transfer counselor offices.
Effective: August, 2006.
To view full articulation agreement: Carlow University

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Chatham University 

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Description:
Chatham University will accept CCAC students with the Associate of Science degree in Nursing and who have successfully obtained their RN licenses. The BSN Completion program will be offered fully online. Students must complete the Chatham University credits with a 2.00 GPA or higher in order to earn the BSN degree. Effective: August, 2006.
To view full articulation agreement: Chatham University Science in Nursing

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Chatham University 

Program:  
Bachelor of Social Work

Description: 
The purpose of this agreement is to provide CCAC students who have earned an Associate of Science, Social Work Technician major with the opportunity to transfer to Chatham College. Students must earn a minimum GPA of 2.25 and must be in good academic standing at all institutions attended. CCAC Associate of Science, Social Work Technician major degree holders who have followed the articulation curriculum planner are guaranteed that all of their associate degree coursework will be accepted at the College.

Effective: April, 2006.
To view full articulation agreement: Chatham University Social work

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Chatham University   

Program:     
Not Program Specific

Description: 
The purpose of this agreement is to provide admission and junior year standing to Chatham University to CCAC women students who meet the following requirements: 

  • the student completed an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree in a transfer program or college major applicable to majors/degree programs offered at Chatham University
  • the student maintained a GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • the student submits a written recommendation of transfer from the Dean of Students at CCAC. Effective: February, 2003.
    To view full articulation agreement:Chatham University

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Clarion University of Pennsylvania

Program:
Bachelor of Science Degrees.

Description:
This agreement provides an ease of transfer from several Community College of Allegheny County Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees to Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees at Clarion University of Pennsylvania. The programs at Clarion University include: BS, Biology; BA, History; BA, Psychology; BS Business Administration; Secondary Education in English, Mathematics, Social Studies and Elementary Education. To view full articulation agreement: Clarion University of Pennsylvania 

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Drexel University

Program: Associate of Science

Description:
Drexel University Online will accept CCAC with an Associate of Science degree in Nursing (GPA 2.5+) into Drexel’s BSN program. Drexel University Online will waive its application fee and will accept additional CCAC credits for its Tier Two requirements, only requiring the last 31 credits at Drexel.  Drexel will also allow a 25% discount of tuition to CCAC students and staff.
Effective: May 2012
To view full articulation agreement: Drexel University

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Duquesne University-School of Leadership-Professional Advancement

Program:        
Bachelor of Science Degree in Professional Studies/Concentration in Computer System Technology at Duquesne University

Description: 
The purpose of this agreement is to provide CCAC students guaranteed admission to the BSOA program at Duquesne University upon satisfactory completion of the admission requirements as outlined by the School of Leadership and Professional Advancement. These requirements include: 

  • Completion of application for admissions
  • Official high school transcript or GED
  • Official college transcripts from all institutions attended
  • Letter of interest
  • Minimum of 21 years of age
  • Completion of an associates degree

Effective: May, 2002.
To view full articulation agreement: Duquesne University -School of Leadership-professional advancement

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Edinboro University of Pennsylvania 

Program: 
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

Description: 
The purpose of this agreement is to maximize credit transferability to Edinboro University. Students who have completed all of the General Education requirements and articulated Psychology courses as outlined can expect to fulfill the Bachelor of Arts program in Psychology at Edinboro University by successfully completing a remaining 60 semester hours of credit.
Effective: June, 2004.
To view full articulation agreement: Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

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Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Education in Elementary Education

Description: 
Students who have completed all of the General Education requirements and articulated Education courses (as described in this agreement) and successfully completed the Praxis I examinations in Reading, Writing and Mathematics and achieved a cumulative GPA of 2.8 will be accepted in the BS Degree in Elementary Education or the BS Degree in Elementary/Special Education. All CCAC courses must be completed with a grade of C or above to transfer (unless the student has earned an AA or AS degree in which case a grade of D may be accepted for certain courses). Education courses must be completed with a grade of C or above. Fifty-seven semester hours of credit will be awarded to students who have successfully completed the articulated coursework.
Effective: May, 2005.
To view full articulation agreement:
 Edinboro-Elementary Education articulation agreement

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Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Education
Certification in Secondary Biology, Chemistry, Earth/Space Science, General Science, Mathematics, or Physics

Description:
Students who have completed all of the General Education requirements and articulated Education courses as delineated in this agreement, successfully completed the Praxis I examinations in Reading, Writing and Mathematics and achieved a cumulative GPA of 2.8 will be admitted into candidacy by EUP and accepted into the BS Degree. Candidacy requires successful completion of two college level Mathematics courses and two English courses, one of which must be Literature. Student must complete all Community College of Allegheny County coursework with a grade of C or above (unless the student has earned an AA or AS degree in which case a grade of D may be accepted for certain courses). Education courses must be completed with a grade of C or above. 
Effective: May, 2005.
To view full articulation agreement: Edinboro-Science Biology articulation agreement

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Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Education  
Certification in Secondary Comprehensive English, German, Social Studies or Spanish

Description:
Students who have completed all of the General Education requirements and articulated Education courses as delineated in this agreement, successfully completed the Praxis I examinations in Reading, Writing and Mathematics and achieved a cumulative GPA of 2.8 will be admitted into candidacy and accepted into the BS in Education Degree. Students meeting all of these requirements will have met the EUP General Education requirements and will have the opportunity to earn the BS in Education. All CCAC courses must be completed with a grade of C or above to transfer (unless the student has earned an AA or AS degree in which case a grade of D may be accepted for certain courses). Education courses must be completed with a grade of C or above. Effective: May, 2005.
To view full articulation agreement: Edinboro-English German Math articulation agreement

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Gannon University

Program:
Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
Description:
This document establishes a transfer articulation agreement between Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) and Gannon University for the academic program of Criminal Justice. Its purpose is to afford students the opportunity to pre-plan their college careers and to facilitate the transfer process from the Associate of Science (AS) in Criminal Justice degree program at Community College of Allegheny County to the Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree program in Criminal Justice at Gannon University.
To view full articulation agreement: Bachelor of Arts—Criminal Justice

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Gannon University

Program:
General transfer
Description:
This document establishes a transfer articulation agreement between Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) and Gannon University.  Its purpose is to afford students the opportunity to pre-plan their college careers and to facilitate the transfer process of earning an Associate of Arts (AA) or Associate of Science (AS) from Community College of Allegheny County to a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BS) degree program at Gannon.
To view full articulation agreement: Transfer agreement

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Grand Canyon University

Program:
Bachelor of Science
Description:
This agreement establishes the principle that all applicable Associate Degrees at CCAC transfer to GCU, allowing CCAC associate degrees to combine with GCU baccalaureate degrees. Credits are accepted and applied toward the designated/appropriate college degree(s). Articulated Associate degrees (GCU degrees shown below) are designed to offer a clear path for CCAC students to transfer the CCAC Associate Degree to an articulated baccalaureate program at GCU (see Appendix A of the Agreement).
To view full articulation agreement:Transfer Agreement

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Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Accounting, Finance, Management, Human Resource Management, International business, MIS and Marketing.

Description:
The purpose of this agreement is to convey the cooperative relationship between CCAC and IUP with regard to CCAC’s Associate of Science Degree in the University Parallel Business Program and IUP’s Bachelor of Science Degree in various business disciplines. This agreement serves both to enhance the articulation of students and transferability of credits earned from CCAC’s Associate of Science Degree in business to IUP’s BS degree in various business disciplines and to identify the provisions of resources and conditions in the cooperative presence of each program, specifically on the CCAC Boyce campus
To view full articulation agreement: IUP BS in various business programs.

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Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Medicine Technology

Description: 
Students will earn 88 credits at Indiana University of Pennsylvania then move to CCAC’s Nuclear Medicine Certificate. Student earns a Nuclear Medicine Certificate at CCAC and BS in Nuclear Medicine Technology at Indiana University. Effective: September, 2004.
To view full articulation agreement: IUP BS Nuclear Medicine

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Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Program:
Guaranteed Articulation Programs—IUP

Description:
To qualify for the Guaranteed Articulation Programs, students must hold associate degrees from CCAC or must be admitted to CCAC in a program that has been articulated with IUP, have earned at least 12 credits at CCAC, apply to IUP as a transient student and sign a letter of intent with IUP. Transient students may take courses at both institutions. Each institution will be responsible for collecting tuition and fees for courses transcripted by their institution. CCAC will award financial aid (to eligible students) until student transfers to IUP as a junior year transfer student. Until that time, it is the student’s responsibility to inform CCAC’s financial aid office when he/she is enrolled in an IUP course. Students transferring to IUP as juniors must do so within two years and meet GPA requirements for their specific program/s.

AS Criminal Justice & Criminology to BS Criminology 
AS Child & Family Studies to BS Child & Family Studies
AS Criminal Justice & Criminology to BA Criminology
AS Psychology to BA Psychology.
Effective: November, 2007.
To view full articulation agreement: Indiana University of Pennsylvania

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Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Program: 
Guaranteed Collaborative Agreements:

Description:
CCAC graduates with an Associate of Science degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology and a GPA of 2.3 or higher can be admitted to a cohort program leading to a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology offered at IUP’s Monroeville Center. Effective: November 2007.
To view full articulation agreement: IUP BA Criminal Justice

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Kaplan University 

Program:
Advanced Start Baccalaureate Option

Description:
CCAC students having completed an associate’s degree (AA, AS & AAS) consisting of a minimum of 90 quarter credits (or the equivalent 60 semester hours) will be eligible for a block transfer of up to 90-quarter credits and acceptance into Kaplan’s “advanced start” baccalaureate option. (Certificate & Diploma students will also be considered) Kaplan University reserves the right to make a final determination on all matters related to transferability and course equivalencies and students may need to fulfill prerequisites at Kaplan. No less than 25% of the requirements including 50% of the major requirements, including the capstone course must be earned at Kaplan. Kaplan will extend discounts to CCAC alumni and employees (10%) on their Kaplan tuition. Kaplan will extend a reduction up to 385 for military veterans and 55% for active military.  CCAC graduates are eligible for scholarship (if they meet eligibility requirements). The Kaplan Commitment allows students to take the first three weeks (of ten weeks) with no charge.  Students can drop until that time with no financial obligation. Effective: April 2013.   To view full articulation agreement: Kaplan University

 

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LaRoche College

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Justice, Law and Security

Description:
The purpose of this agreement is to provide CCAC graduates who have earned an Associate of Science in Criminal Justice and Criminology an ease of transfer into LaRoche College’s Justice, Law and Security program. Up to 60 credits will be granted to students who have finished the  Associate of Science program provided the student fulfills all grade requirements of the major into which they are transferring and who has completed courses with a C grade or better for the transfer. Effective: August, 2004, revised: October 2008.
To view full articulation agreement: LaRoche BS Criminal Justice

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LaRoche College

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Description:
The purpose of this agreement is to provide CCAC Associate of Science graduates with an ease of transfer into LaRoche College’s Computer Science Program. Up to 63 credits will be granted to students who have successfully completed an Associate of Science in Computer and Information Science, provided the student fulfills all grade requirements of the major and completes all courses with a C grade or better for transfer.
Effective: October, 2008.
To view full articulation agreement: LaRoche BS Computer Science

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LaRoche College

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

Description:
The purpose of this agreement is to provide CCAC Associate of Science in Chemistry graduates with an ease of transfer into LaRoche College’s Chemistry program. Up to 63 credits will be granted to students who have successfully completed the Associate of Science in Chemistry and completed all courses with C grades or better. Effective: October, 2008.  
To view full articulation agreement: LaRoche BS Chemistry

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LaRoche College

Program:
Bachelor of Science Nursing

Description:
The purpose of this agreement is to facilitate the entry of Community College of Allegheny County nursing graduates into the baccalaureate nursing program at LaRoche College.  Students must have a GPA of 2.00 or better in all nursing courses and have successfully passed the N-CLEX.  See additional information in the agreement. To view full articulation agreement: LaRoche BS Nursing

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LaRoche College

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Political Science

Description:
The purpose of this agreement is to provide CCAC Associate of Science graduates in Social Sciences with an ease of transfer into LaRoche College’s Political Science program. Up to 64 credits will be granted to students who have successfully completed the Social Sciences program and have completed all courses with C or better grades. Effective: October, 2008.
To view full articulation agreement: LaRoche BS Political Science

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LaRoche College

Program:
Bachelor of Science in History

Description:
The purpose of this agreement is to provide CCAC Associate of Science graduates in Social Sciences an ease of transfer into Laroche College’s History program. Up to 65 credits will be granted to students who have successfully completed the Social Sciences program and have completed all courses with C or better grades. Effective: October, 2008.
To view full articulation agreement: LaRoche BS History

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LaRoche College 

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Sociology

Description:
The purpose of this agreement is to provide CCAC graduate in the Associate of Science in Social Sciences ease of transfer into LaRoche College’s Sociology program. Up to 64 credits will be granted to students who have successfully completed the Social Sciences degree and have completed all courses with a C grade or better for transfer. Effective: October, 2008.
To view full articulation agreement: LaRoche College BS Sociology

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Lincoln University

Program:
General transfer

Description:
This agreement allows CCAC students junior status at Lincoln University. Lincoln University will evaluate CCAC courses based on the student’s selection of study at Lincoln University. Lincoln University accepts all the student’s credits and courses from CCAC that satisfy standard requirements or correspond to Lincoln University courses that are valid for the curriculum or program in which the student is enrolled at Lincoln University. Courses in which “D” is the final grade and courses that were not completed or were failed by the student will not be recognized. CCAC students should declare their intent to transfer to Lincoln in their second year and work with a CCAC transfer counselor. Effective: November, 2005.
To view full articulation agreement: Lincoln University

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National Labor College 

Program:
CCAC Apprentice programs

Description:
The primary users of this agreement are graduates of CCAC's apprentice programs.
The National Labor College will accept up to 90 quarter hours (60 semester credits) from CCAC included AA, AS and AAS degrees subject to review by appropriate National Labor college officials pursuant to applicable regulations. (CCAC students may be awarded up to 30 additional semester credits toward a portfolio of experiential learning and/or transfer credits from an accredited four-year school. Effective: Updated May 2011.
To view full articulation agreement: National Labor College

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Pennsylvania State-New Kensington

Program: 
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

Description: 
The purpose of this agreement between CCAC and the Penn State New Kensington is to ensure the efficient and orderly movement of students between these institutions while guaranteeing students’ continuous advancement in learning.  Graduates of the Associate of Arts degree in Psychology at CCAC must complete the PSU admissions process, complete a regular PSU admissions application and provide all official transcripts from secondary and post-secondary institutions. Students must have a minimum cumulative 2.0 GPA in all attempted courses and must have completed three academic units of academic math in high school or the equivalent to PSU Math 021.
To view full articulation agreement:   New Kensington BA Psychology Transfer Guide  

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Pennsylvania College of Technology

An Affiliate of The Pennsylvania State University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Information Assurance and Security (BIS) degree

Description:
This agreement between the Community College of Allegheny County and the Pennsylvania College of Technology establishes a mechanism for graduates in three CIT programs. AS Software Development to BS Information Assurance & Security. AS Information Technology Support to BS Information Assurance & Security. AS Computer and Information Technology to BS Information Assurance and Security.  
To view full articulation agreements: AS Software Development; AS Information Tech Support; AS Computer Information Tech

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Point Park University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Accounting

Description:
CCAC graduates of the Community College of Allegheny County (AS Accounting 105) who meet all the admission requirements to Point Park University and followed the PPU Transfer Guide can transfer to PPU with junior standing in the Bachelor of Science program in Accounting.
Effective March 2011.
To view full articulation: BS Accounting

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Point Park University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Biology

Description:
CCAC graduates of the Community College of Allegheny County (AS Biology 031.1)) who meet all the admission requirements to Point Park University and followed the PPU Transfer Guide can transfer to PPU with junior standing in the Bachelor of Science program in Biology.
Effective March 2011.
To view full articulation: BS Biological Science

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Point Park University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Business Management

Description:
CCAC graduates of the Community College of Allegheny County (AS Business Management 385.1) who meet all the admission requirements to Point Park University and followed the PPU Transfer Guide can transfer to PPU with junior standing in the Bachelor of Science program in Business.
Effective March 2011.
To view full articulation: BS Business Management

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Point Park University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Economics & Finance

Description:
CCAC graduates of the Community College of Allegheny County (AS Business 004) who meet all the admission requirements to Point Park University and followed the PPU Transfer Guide can transfer to PPU with junior standing in the Bachelor of Science program in Economics & Finance.
Effective March 2011.
To view full articulation: BS Economics & Finance

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Point  Park University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering.

Description:
CCAC graduates of the Community College of Allegheny County (AS Engineering Technology 094) who meet all the admission requirements to Point Park University and followed the PPU Transfer Guide can transfer to PPU with junior standing in the Bachelor of Science program in Electrical Engineering.
Effective March 2011.
To view full articulation: BS Electrical Engineering

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Point Park University

Program:
Bachelor of Arts in Education pre-K – 8th Grade

Description:
CCAC graduates of the Community College of Allegheny County (AS Early Education and Child Development 621.4) who meet all the admission requirements to Point Park University and followed the PPU Transfer Guide can transfer to PPU with junior standing in the Bachelor of Arts program in Education pre-K – 8th Grade.
Effective March 2011.
To view full articulation: BA Education pre-K – 8th Grade

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Point Park University

Program:
Bachelor of Arts in Education 4th – 8th Grade  (English)

Description:
CCAC graduates of the Community College of Allegheny County (AA Teacher Education: Middle & Secondary 099.3) who meet all the admission requirements to Point Park University and followed the PPU Transfer Guide can transfer to PPU with junior standing in the Bachelor of Arts  program in Education 4th -8th Grade (English).
Effective March 2011.
To view full articulation: BA Education 4th – 8th Grade (English)

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Point Park University

Program:
Bachelor of Arts in Education 4th – 8th Grade (Mathematics)

Description:
CCAC graduates of the Community College of Allegheny County (AA Teacher Education: Middle & Secondary 099.3) who meet all the admission requirements to Point Park University and followed the PPU Transfer Guide can transfer to PPU with junior standing in the Bachelor of Arts program in Education 4th – 8th Grade (Mathematics).
Effective March 2011.
To view full articulation: BA Education 4th – 8th  Grade (Mathematics)

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Point Park University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Education 4th – 8th Grade (Science)

Description:
CCAC graduates of the Community College of Allegheny County (AA Teacher Education: Middle & Secondary 099.3) who meet all the admission requirements to Point Park University and followed the PPU Transfer Guide can transfer to PPU with junior standing in the Bachelor of Arts program in Education 4th  – 8th Grade  (Science).
Effective March 2011.
To view full articulation: BS Education 4th – 8th Grade  (Science)

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Point Park University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Education 4th – 8th Grade  (Social Sciences)

Description:
CCAC graduates of the Community College of Allegheny County (AA Teacher Education: Middle & Secondary 099.3) who meet all the admission requirements to Point Park University and followed the PPU Transfer Guide can transfer to PPU with junior standing in the Bachelor of Arts program in Education 4th – 8th Grade  (Social Sciences).
Effective March 2011.
To view full articulation: BA Education 4 – 8 (Social Sciences)

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Point Park University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Description:
CCAC graduates of the Community College of Allegheny County (AS Computer & Information Technology 050.2) who meet all the admission requirements to Point Park University and followed the PPU Transfer Guide can transfer to PPU with junior standing in the Bachelor of Science program in Information Technology.
Effective March 2011.
To view full articulation: BS Information Technology

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Point Park University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.

Description:
CCAC graduates of the Community College of Allegheny County (AS Business 004) who meet all the admission requirements to Point Park University and followed the PPU Transfer Guide can transfer to PPU with junior standing in the Bachelor of Science program in Information Technology.
Effective March 2011.
To view full articulation: BS Information Technology

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Point Park University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Public Administration.

Description:
CCAC graduates of the Community College of Allegheny County (AS Fire Science Administration 130) who meet all the admission requirements to Point Park University and followed the PPU Transfer Guide can transfer to PPU with junior standing in the Bachelor of Science program in Public Administration.
Effective March 2011.
To view full articulation: BS Public Administration

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Robert Morris University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.

Description:
This agreement applies to CCAC graduates with an earned Associate of Science Degree in Business who plan to enter RMU in a major under the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree program. Up to 60 credits will be granted to students who have successfully completed an Associate Degree provided that students have completed the CCAC curriculum in the 2007–2008 catalog and students have fulfilled grade requirement of the major into which they are transferring, courses completed at other academic institutions do not affect the nature or scope of this agreement. Said courses will be evaluated according to the Academic Policies of RMU regarding transfer credits. Effective: January, 2008.
To view full articulation agreement: RMU BS Business

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Robert Morris University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education

Description: 
CCAC graduates with an earned Associate of Arts degree in Teacher Education who plan to enter RMU in a Bachelor’s degree program with a major of Elementary Education may transfer up to 60 credits following the curriculum as outlined in the 2004–2005 catalog and having fulfilled the grade requirement of the major into which they are transferring.
Effective: June, 2004.
To view full articulation agreement: BS Elementary Education 

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Robert Morris University

Program: 
Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree—Major—Business/Computer and Information Education, Communication Education, English Education, Math Education or Social Studies Education

Description: 
The purpose of this agreement is to provide CCAC graduates who have earned an Associate in Arts degree in Teacher Education the opportunity to enroll at Robert Morris University. Students must complete the curriculum as outlined in the CCAC 2002–2003 college catalog and students must fulfill grade requirements of the major into which they are transferring.

To view full articulation agreement:RMU BS or BA Teacher Education 

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Robert Morris University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology

Description: 
This agreement applies to Community College of Allegheny County graduates with an earned Associate in Arts degree in Psychology who plan to enter Robert Morris University in a Bachelor’s degree program with a major of Applied Psychology. Up to 63 credits will be granted to students who have successfully completed an Associate in Arts degree in Psychology provided that students have completed the curriculum in CCAC’s 2008–2009 catalog and have fulfilled grade requirements of the major into which they are transferring. Effective: May, 2005, revised: January, 2009.
To view full articulation agreement: Robert Morris University BS Applied Psychology

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Robert Morris University 

Program:
Transitional Acceptance to Robert Morris University

Description: 
The transitional acceptance program is a joint offering between ROBERT MORRIS UNIVERSITY (RMU) and COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY (CCAC). The program provided those eligible students who do not qualify for admission to RMU with the opportunity to gain future admission (to RMU) by enrolling in a prescribed program of study at CCAC. Upon successful completion of their required program of study at CCAC with a cumulative grade point overage of at least 2.50, the student will be granted admission into Robert Morris University.

Student must reside in one of the following counties to be eligible for the transitional admission program: Allegheny, Fayette, Greene, Washington or Westmoreland. Effective: June, 2004.
To view full articulation agreement: RMU Transitional Acceptance

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Robert Morris University 

Program:
Bachelor of Arts in Communication—Theater Concentration

Description:
CCAC graduates with an Associate of Science in Theatre can transfer up to 63 credits in to RMU’s Bachelor of Arts program majoring in Communication—Theater Concentration. Students must complete the CCAC curriculum as outlined in the 2008–2009 college catalog and students must fulfill grade requirements of the major into which they are transferring.
Effective: January, 2009. 
To view full articulation agreement: Robert Morris University BA Communication-Theater

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Robert Morris University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Competitive Intelligence Systems

Description:
CCAC graduates with an Associate of Science in Business can transfer up to 63 credits into RMU’s Bachelor of Science degree program in Competitive Intelligence Systems. Students must complete the CCAC curriculum as outlined in the 2008–2009 college catalog and students must fulfill grade requirements of the major into which they are transferring.
Effective: February, 2009.
To view full articulation agreement: Robert Morris BS Competitive Intelligence Systems

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Robert Morris University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Competitive Intelligence Systems

Description:
CCAC graduates with an Associate of Science in Computer and Information Science can transfer up to 63 credits into RMU’s Bachelor of Science degree program in Competitive Intelligence Systems. Students must complete the CCAC curriculum as outlined in the 2008–2009 college catalog and students must fulfill grade requirements of the major into which they are transferring.
Effective: February, 2009.
To view full articulation agreement: Robert Morris BS Competitive Intelligence Systems

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Robert Morris University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Computer Information System

Description:
CCAC graduates with an Associate of Science in Computer & Information Science can transfer up to 63 credits into RMU’s Bachelor of Science  degree program in Computer Information Systems. Students must complete the CCAC curriculum as outlined in the 2008–2009 college catalog and students must fulfill grade requirements of the major into which they are transferring.
Effective: February, 2009.
To view full articulation agreement: BS Computer Information Systems

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Robert Morris University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems

Description:
CCAC graduates with an Associate of Science in Business can transfer up to 63 credits in RMU’s Bachelor of Science degree program in Computer Information Systems. Students must complete the CCAC curriculum as outlined in the 2008–2009 college catalog and students must fulfill grade requirements of the major into which they are transferring. 
Effective: February, 2009. 
To view full articulation agreement: BS Computer Info Systems Business 

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Robert Morris University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Engineering
Concentration: Biomedical Engineering
Concentration: Industrial Engineering
Concentration: Mechanical Engineering
Concentration: Software Engineering

Description:
CCAC graduates with an Associate of Science in Engineering Science can transfer up to 63 credits into RMU’s Bachelor of Science program in Engineering with a concentration in Biomedical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Software Engineering.
Effective: February, 2009.
To view full articulation agreement: BS Engineering

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Robert Morris University

Program:
RMU Honors Program

Description:
CCAC transfer students with 12 credits completed in the CCAC Honors Program and 30+ credits and a 3.25 or better GPA are guaranteed admission to the RMU Honors Program. Effective: April, 2009.
To view full articulation agreement RMU Honors

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Robert Morris University

Program:
Bachelor of Arts in English (English Studies Concentration)

Description:
CCAC graduates with an Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts & Sciences can transfer up to 60 credits into RMU’s Bachelor of Arts program in English (English Studies Concentration). Students must complete the CCAC curriculum as outlined in the 2008–2009 college catalog and students must fulfill grade requirements of the major into which they are transferring.
Effective: February, 2009.
To view full articulation agreement: Robert Morris BA English

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Robert Morris University

Program
Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science

Description:
CCAC graduates with an Associate of Science in Biology can transfer up to 67 credits into RMU’s Bachelor of Arts program in Environmental Science. Students must complete the CCAC curriculum as outlined in the 2008–2009 college catalog and students must fulfill grade requirements of the major into which they are transferring. Effective: February, 2009. 
To view full articulation agreement: RMU BA Environment Science

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Robert Morris University 

Program:
Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science

Description:
CCAC graduates with an Associate of Science in Chemistry can transfer up to 61 credits into RMU’s Bachelor of Arts in  Environmental Science. Students must complete the CCAC curriculum as outlined in the 2008–2009 college catalog and students must fulfill grade requirements of the major into which they are transferring. Effective: February, 2009.
To view full articulation agreement: RMU BA Environmental Science

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Robert Morris University

Program:
Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science

Description:
CCAC graduates with an Associate of Science in Physics transfer up to 61 credits into RMU’s Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Science. Students must complete the CCAC curriculum as outlined in the 2008–2009 college catalog and students must fulfill grade requirements of the major into which they are transferring. Effective: February, 2009.
To view full articulation agreement: RMU BA Environmental Science

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Robert Morris University

Program:
Bachelor of Arts in Media Arts

Description:
CCAC graduates with an Associate of Arts in Art can transfer up to 63 credits into RMU’s Bachelor of Arts program in Media Arts. Students must complete the CCAC curriculum as outlined in the 2008–2009 college catalog and students must fulfill grade requirements of the major into which they are transferring. Effective: February, 2009.
To view full articulation agreement: RMU BA Media Arts

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Robert Morris University

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Biology

Description:
CCAC graduates with an Associate of Science in Biology can transfer up to 68 credits into RMU’s Bachelor of Science in Biology program. Students must complete the CCAC curriculum as outlined in the 2008–2009 college catalog and students must fulfill grade requirements of the major into which they are transferring. Effective: February, 2009.
To view full articulation agreement: Robert Morris University BS Biology

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Robert Morris University

Program:
Bachelor of Arts in Media Arts

Description:
CCAC graduates with an Associate of Science in Graphic Communications (Traditional Field of Study) can transfer up to 60 credits into RMU’s Bachelor of Arts Media Arts program. Students must complete the CCAC curriculum as outlined in the 2008–2009 college catalog and students must fulfill grade requirements of the major into which they are transferring.
Effective: February, 2009.
To view full articulation agreement: RMU BA Media Arts

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Robert Morris University

Program:
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics

Description:
CCAC graduates with an Associate of Science of Mathematics can transfer up to 63 credits into RMU’s Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics. Students must complete the CCAC curriculum as outlined in the 2008–2009 college catalog and students must fulfill grade requirements of the major into which they are transferring. Effective: February, 2009.
To view full articulation agreement: Robert Morris University BA Mathematics

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Robert Morris University

Program:
Bachelor of Arts in Social Studies (Teacher Certification
Bachelor of Arts in Communication Education (Teacher Education)
Bachelor of Arts in English Education (Teacher Education)
Bachelor of Science in Business, Computer & Education Technology
Education (Teacher Certification)
Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics (Teacher Education)

Description:
CCAC graduates with an Associate of Arts in Teacher Education can transfer up to 57 credits into RMU’s Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in Social Studies (Teacher Certification), Communication Education (Teacher Education), English Education (Teacher Education) or the Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Business, Computer and Information Technology Education (Teacher Certification) or Applied Mathematics (Teacher Education). Students must complete the CCAC curriculum as outlined in the 2008–2009 college catalog and students must fulfill grade requirements of the major into which they are transferring. Effective: February, 2009.
To view full articulation agreement: RMU Teacher cert

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Robert Morris University

Program:
Bachelor in Arts in Social Sciences

Description:
CCAC graduates with an Associate of Arts in Social Science can transfer up to 63 credits into RMU’s Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Sciences. Students must complete the CCAC curriculum as outlined in the 2008–2009 college catalog and students must fulfill grade requirements of the major into which they are transferring. Effective: February, 2009. 
To view full articulation agreement: BA Social Science

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Salem International University 

Program:        
Not Program Specific

Description: 
The purpose of this agreement is to guarantee CCAC students admission into a Bachelor’s Degree program with third year status on the condition that the student graduate from CCAC with an Associate in Arts degree or Associate in Science degree with a minimum GPA of 2.0. Students must also satisfy all other Salem International University transfer requirements. 
Effective: October, 2003.
To view full articulation agreement: Salem International University 

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Slippery Rock University 

Program:        
Bachelor of Science in Education—Certification in Elementary, Early Childhood, Special Education  or at the secondary level—Citizenship

Program:        
Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education—Certification in English 

Description: 
The purpose of these agreements is to provide guaranteed admission to qualified students interested in transferring to Slippery Rock University. CCAC students who apply for admission to SRU and have completed or are within one semester of completion of these articulated associate degrees, are guaranteed admission to the university if they have earned a minimum GPA of 2.0 and are in good academic standing at all institutions attended. CCAC students, who apply for admission to SRU and who have completed or are within one semester of completion of these articulated degrees and demonstrate a cumulative GPA as established by the SRU College of Education and the Pennsylvania Department of Education are guaranteed admission to the university and to academic advisement in the student’s chosen major department. CCAC students, who have earned a GPA of 2.0–2.79 will be offered “major conditional admission” to the university. This conditional admission requires the student to enter the University as an exploratory/undecided education major. The student will receive academic advisement through faculty in the general Advising Center. After completion of 12 credits or more at SRU at a cumulative SUR GPA or 2.8 or greater, the student may change/declare his/her academic major and subsequently apply to the College of Education. Effective: December, 2003.
To view full articulation agreement: Slippery Rock University BS Education

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Slippery Rock University

Program:        
Bachelor of Fine Arts

Description: 
The purpose of this agreement is to provide CCAC graduates of the Associate in Science in Art degree with a smooth transfer and timely completion of the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art major at Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania. Students must have earned a minimum GPA of 2.0 and be in good academic standing at all institutions attended. Effective: August, 2000. 

To view full articulation agreement: Slippery Rock University Arts

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Slippery Rock University   

Program: 
Bachelor of Science in Nursing 

Description:   
The purpose of this agreement is to provide CCAC graduates of the Associate in Science in Nursing degree with a smooth transition into the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania. Students must have earned a 2.5 or above cumulative grade point average and hold a current RN license prior to enrolling in clinical nursing courses. Students must also be in academic good standing at the last institution attended. Effective: September, 2000, revised: November, 2008.
To view full articulation agreement: Slippery Rock University BS Nursing 

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Strayer University 

Strayer University—Penn Center West

Strayer University—Cranberry Woods

Program: 
General Transfer

Description:
Strayer University will accept up to 84 credits from CCAC students with at least a 2.00 GPA. Students with associate degrees will be considered to have completed all lower division requirements and will be exempt from SU application fee. Student not meeting prerequisites for 300 and 400 level courses may be required to take those requirements at SU.
Effective: November, 2007.
To view full articulation agreement: Strayer University

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University of Phoenix

Program:
General Transfer

Description:
The agreement defines a structure through which articulation on all levels will be supported. This agreement is specifically designed to allow for maximum transfer of credit and a seamless transition for students earning an associate degree. The University of Phoenix will consider the input from CCAC so that the most efficient transfer possible may be achieved for the student.
Effective: August, 2008.
To view full articulation agreement: University of Phoenix

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University of Pittsburgh
College of Business Administration

Program:
Bachelor of Science—Business Administration

Program Description:
CCAC students who have completed the Associate of Science University Parallel program in business with a 3.00 GPA (starting summer 2007), who have earned all “C” grades or better and who have followed the prescribed curriculum will receive 59–60 credits and junior status at the College of Business Administration. Effective: September 2005 revised: September 2007. 
To view full articulation agreement: University of Pittsburgh College of Business Administration

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University of Pittsburgh

College of General Studies
Program:
Description:
The agreement acknowledges that the Community College of Allegheny County and the University of Pittsburgh wish to facilitate the smooth transfer of graduates of CCAC to the University of Pittsburgh. Pitt will then provide CCAC graduates with the opportunity to complete a bachelor’s degree at a major research university with a breadth and reaching scope of subject matter. GCS will also provide a wide range of services to the adult student.
To view full articulation agreement: Univ of Pittsburgh General Studies

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University of Pittsburgh, School of Health Professions and Rehabilitation Sciences

Program:       
Bachelor of Science—Clinical Dietetics and Nutrition
Description: 
The purpose of this agreement is to provide CCAC graduates of the Dietetics Technician Program (DIT) with a smooth transition into the Bachelor of Science degree in Clinical Dietetics and Nutrition Programs at the University of Pittsburgh School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.

Program:
Bachelor of Science—Emergency Medicine
Description:
This agreement ensures that transfer students are treated on an equal basis and to make the full resources of both institutions available to students.
To view full articulation agreement: University of Pittsburgh school of Health Professions and Rehabilitation sciences 

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University of Pittsburgh

Program:
Bachelor of Science in Social Work
Description:
CCAC graduates of the Associate of Science in Social Work Technician program will submit transfer application to the School of Social Work. Students must earn “C” grades or higher and have a GPA of 2.50 or higher. (Students below a 2.50 GPA may still apply for provisional admission status. Effective: September, 2006.
To view full articulation agreement: University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work

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Washington & Jefferson College 

Program:        
Not Program Specific
Description: 
The purpose of this agreement is to provide CCAC graduates who have earned the Associate degree in General Studies or Liberal Arts & Sciences (087, 089, 002 or 006) smooth transfer options to Washington & Jefferson. To view full articulation agreement: Washington & Jefferson College

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West Liberty University

Program:        
Not Program Specific
Description: 
This articulation agreement establishes a seamless, friendly agreement between Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) and West Liberty University (WLU) for the academic program within WLU’s Gary E. West College of Business. It is designed to provide students the opportunity to pre-plan their college careers and to facilitate the transfer process from the Associate of Science in Business program at CCAC to the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree program from the Gary E. West College of Business at West Liberty University. Effective: April, 2010.
To view full articulation agreement: West Liberty University

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Wheeling Jesuit University

Program:
Not specified at this time.
Description:
This agreement guarantees the transferability of graduates from the Community College of Allegheny County to programs at Wheeling Jesuit University. This agreement will be supplemented by specific program-to-program articulation agreements for major programs of study as listed in WJU’s catalog.  Students having completed an AA or AS degree from the Community College of Allegheny County will be considered to have completed all of the requirements of the Core Curriculum of Wheeling Jesuit University with the exception of: 1) two 300 level courses: one in Philosophy and on in Theology and 2) one course Ethics/Moral Theology.
To view full articulation agreement: Wheeling Jesuit University

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