Articulation agreements between Edinboro University and Jamestown Community College, signed on Nov. 28, will provide new opportunities for transfer students.
JCC graduates who hold associate’s degrees in business administration and accounting and who have met grade point and course requirements can transfer up to the equivalent of 90 semester hours to EU’s bachelor’s degree program in business administration.
The concentrations in EU’s business administration degree program include accounting, comprehensive business administration, finance, accounting/forensic accounting and fraud examination, international business, marketing, and personal financial planning.
JCC students who graduate with an associate’s degree in computer science can transfer up to 87 credits into EU’s computer science degree program, which features specialization options in applied computer science, theoretical computer science, game and virtual world development, network and system administration, and web and mobile application development.
Both articulation agreements stipulate that students must apply and be admitted to EU within three years of completing their degree at JCC.
Located in northwestern Pennsylvania, EU is a public, four-year university offering associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees serving approximately 5,600 undergraduate and graduate students.
For more information, visit www.edinboro.edu/transfer/agreements.
Photo caption: Front: Dr. Michael Hannan, Edinboro University provost and vice president for academic and student affairs, and Cory Duckworth, JCC president. Back: Marilyn Zagora, JCC vice president of academic affairs; Jim Chimenti, JCC professor and business program director; Michael Engdahl, EU business and economics department chair; Jean Schrader, JCC dean of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.