Articulation Agreements

What is an “Articulation Agreement”?

Articulation agreements can help you transfer credits from one school to another, making it faster and more cost-effective to earn your degree. One of the ways schools transfer these credits is through articulation agreements with other colleges and universities. Knowing how these agreements work can help you make sure you’re able to transfer as many credits as possible toward your online degree.

Utah Valley University (UVU) Articulation Agreement

After completing this program, students are eligible to participate in an articulation agreement with Utah Valley University. They will receive 30 hours towards an Associates of Applied Science (AAS) Degree in Technology at Utah Valley University. For more information contact visit https://www.uvu.edu/tm/degrees/mtech.html or contact Carrie Peterson at UVU: 801-863-7454 or petersca@uvu.edu.

Utah State University (USU) Articulation Agreements – Choose the emphasis below that best fits your program. A program must be over 900 hours:

USU Articulation Agreement – Technology
After completing this program, students are eligible to participate in an articulation agreement with Utah State University. They will receive 30 hours towards an Associate of Applied Science in General Technology, with an emphasis in Technology Systems. (For more information, contact USU Academic Advisor at 435-919-1200.)

USU Articulation Agreement – Health
After completing this program, students are eligible to participate in an articulation agreement with Utah State University. They will receive 30 hours towards an Associate of Applied Science in General Technology, with an emphasis in Allied Health Systems. (For more information, contact USU Academic Advisor at 435-919-1200.)

USU Articulation Agreement – Design and Creative Art
After completing this program, students are eligible to participate in an articulation agreement with Utah State University. They will receive 30 hours towards an Associate of Applied Science in General Technology, with an emphasis in Design and Creative Art. (For more information, contact USU Academic Advisor at 435-919-1200.)

USU Articulation Agreement – General Business
After completing this program, students are eligible to participate in an articulation agreement with Utah State University. They will receive 30 hours towards an Associate of Applied Science in General Technology, with an emphasis in General Business. (For more information, contact USU Academic Advisor at 435-919-1200.)