What are Articulation Agreements?

Articulations Agreements are formal, signed agreement between Mount Aloysius College and other college and universities that allow students clear pathways to either transfer to the College or to allow our students the opportunity to seamlessly continue on to graduate and professional programs.

The ultimate goal is to provide a seamless transition for students transferring from other institutions to the College by collaborating with them on general education and defined major pathways. This increases the number of courses that transfer directly into a Mount Aloysius major, helps students plan their courses, and reduces duplication. The formal agreements assist students in completing their program of study in a timely manner and with the skills and credentials to enter the workforce as a successful Mount Aloysius College graduate.

Furthermore, our articulation agreements out of the institution with other colleges and universities allow our students the opportunity to apply for graduate and professional programs with the necessary prerequisite coursework completed for successful application to numerous medical and health related programs of study.

Mount Aloysius College has developed articulations for certain Students Occupationally and Academically Ready (SOAR) Programs of Study which are career and technical education programs approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE). SOAR Programs of Study are considered by Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry to be High Priority Occupations, which means that they are in high demand because they require a high skill level. As a result, graduates of these programs are likely to earn higher than average wages.

High school students enrolled in SOAR programs can transfer college credits because of articulations between secondary schools and the College. Prospective students should contact the Office of Freshman Admissions to receive more information on the active SOAR Articulations and the credits that would be transferred after the completion of the program of study at the secondary school. Credits can only be transferred when the program of study is successfully completed in accordance to the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s guidelines.

The College’s efforts to establish articulation agreements are always ongoing. The College is continuously developing new agreements and revising older versions.

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SOAR Programs of Study Articulation Agreements

PDE Secondary Program of Study Name POS Secondary CIP Code MAC Program of Study Transferable Coursework
Accounting Technology/Technician Bookkeeping 52.0302 Associate of Science – Business Administration – Accounting Specialization

Bachelor of Science – Accounting

AC 101 – Accounting Principles I – 3 credits

AC 102 – Accounting Principles II – 3 credits

EC 212 – Microeconomics – 3 credits

Sales Distribution and Marketing 52.1801 Bachelor of Science – Business Administration BU 106 – Salesmanship – 3 credits

BU 250 – Principles of Marketing – 3 credits

BU 360 – Entrepreneurship – 3 credits

Criminal Justice/Police Science 43.0107 Associate of Science – Criminology

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

CR 260 – Criminal Procedure – 3 credits

CR 261 – Critical Issues in Policing – 3 credits

CR 281 – Special Topics in Criminology – 3 credits

Child Care and Support Services Management 19.0708 Associate of Science – Early Childhood Education

Bachelor of Science – Early Level Pre K-4 Educations

ICT 101 – Information Literacy – 1 credit

ED 119 – Aesthetic Experiences for Young Children – 3 credits

ED 213 – Basics of Early Childhood Education – 3 credits

ED 290 – Health, Nutrition, and Physical Fitness – 2 credits

Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications 11.0901 Associate of Science – Information Technology

Bachelor of Science – Information Technology

CS 223 – Introduction to Networking Systems – 3 credits

CS 225 – Current Microcomputer – System Design – 3 credits

CS 226 – Microcomputer Operating Environment – 3 credits

Medical/Clinical Assistant 51.0801 Associate of Science – Medical Assistant MA 109 – Medical Terminology – 3 credits

BL 116 – Human Biology – 3 credits

MA 101 – Medical Assistant – 4 credits

Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences, Other 51.9999 Associate of Science – Surgical Technology MA 109 – Medical Terminology – 3 credits

Child Development Associate Certificate Agreement

Mount Aloysius College will accept nine credits into the Associate of Science – Early Childhood Education degree program for incoming students who hold a valid and current Child Development Associate (CDA) certificate. The credits will be transferred into the College as follows:

Course Title Credits
ED 213 – Basics of Early Childhood Education 3
ED 275 – Practicum in Early Child Education 3
ED 290 – Health, Nutrition, and Physical Fitness in Early Childhood Education 2
General Elective 1

This transfer of credit will occur when an incoming student presents the Registrar’s Office with a valid and current CDA certificate and enrolls in classes at Mount Aloysius College. This transfer of credit option is available only to students who hold a current CDA certificate.

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