UNIVERSITY APPROVED ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS

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Bucks County Community College Abington College 1/1/99 Bucks County Community College (BCCC) and Penn State Abington College set forth the conditions upon which students admitted into an Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree program at BCCC will be admitted into a Bachelor's degree program at PS Abington or other program leading to a Bachelor's degree at PS Abington.
Butler County Community College Behrend College 5/28/09 Agreement between Penn State Erie, The Behrend College and Butler County Community College (BCCC) allowing graduates of BCCC's Associate in Applied Science programs in Chemistry, Engineering, and Mathematics entry into Behrend's Plastics Engineering Technology program. Upon completion of one of these associate degree programs at BCCC, the student will enter Penn State Behrend's School of Engineering to complete the upper division plastics engineering technology course requirements as specified by that institution. Successful completion of these requirements will lead to a baccalaureate degree in Plastics Engineering Technology (PLET) from Penn State Behrend.
Butler County Community College Behrend College 6/4/10 Agreement between Penn State Erie, The Behrend College and Butler County Community College (BCCC) allowing graduates of BCCC's Associate in Applied Science programs entry into Penn State Behrend's Engineering and Technology programs (other than Plastics Engineering Technology). Upon completion of one of these associate degree programs at BCCC, the student will enter Penn State Behrend's School of Engineering to complete the upper division engineering or engineering technology course requirements as specified by that institution. Successful completion of these requirements will lead to a baccalaureate degree from Penn State Behrend.
Butler County Community College Commonwealth College 11/5/15 The Pennsylvania State University, on behalf of the University College Commonwealth campuses, Penn State Beaver, Penn State Brandywine, Penn State DuBois, Penn State Fayette, Penn State Greater Allegheny, Penn State Hazleton, Penn State Lehigh Valley, Penn State Mont Alto, Penn State New Kensington, Penn State Schuylkill, Penn State Shenango, Penn State Wilkes-Barre, Penn State Worthington Scranton, and Penn State York and Butler County Community College establish this Memorandum of Agreement regarding articulation to facilitate the matriculation of students from Butler County Community College to Penn State University College Commonwealth campus. The purpose of the agreement is to provide a pathway for students who have successfully completed a transfer associate degree program at Butler County Community College to transition to a parallel baccalaureate degree program at a Penn State University College Commonwealth campus. The agreement defines admission criteria and processes, evaluation of transfer credits and academic advising services to support students in their transition from Butler County Community College to a Penn State University College Commonwealth campus.
Chatham University Penn State 1/11/09 The Pennsylvania State University (PSU) and Chatham University (CU) agree to mutual cooperation in articulating their programs in Occupational Therapy. A student who has earned both an Associate in Science degree with a major in Occupational Therapy (2OTA) and is working toward completion of a Bachelor's degree from PSU may be eligible for admission to the five year CU Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) Program.
China University of Mining and Technology-Beijing Engineering and Earth and Mineral Sciences 5/12/11 The China University of Mining and Technology-Beijing (CUMTB) and The Pennsylvania State University, through its College of Engineering and College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, agree to establish a collaborative undergraduate degree program, i.e., 2+2 program, in the following majors in the College of Engineering: Biological Engineering, Computer Enginering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Science, and Nuclear Engineering; and the following majors in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences: Energy Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, Environmental Systems Engineering, and Mining Engineering. Under this Program, CUMTB students will commence and complete the first two years of their undergraduate studies at CUMTB where they will be advised to take as many of the available courses at CUMTB as possible that would be required for their intended major at Penn State. Upon successful completion of the first two years and meeting all Program and Penn State admission requirements, CUMTB students participating in the Program will be allowed transfer to Penn State where they will complete their undergraduate studies in engineering. Students who successfully complete the Program will earn a Bachelor of Science degree from the Penn State College of Engineering or from the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences.
Coastline Community College The College of Liberal 7/21/15 An Articulation Agreement between Coastline Community College and The Pennsylvania State University through The College of Liberal Arts on the Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and the Bachelor of Science in Psychology as offered through Penn State World Campus
Community College of Allegheny County University College 7/15/15 The Pennsylvania State University, on behalf of the University College for Penn State Beaver, Penn State Brandywine, Penn State DuBois, Penn State Fayette, Penn State Greater Allegheny, Penn State Hazleton, Penn State Lehigh Valley, Penn State Mont Alto, Penn State New Kensington, Penn State Schuylkill, Penn State Shenango, Penn State Wilkes-Barre, Penn State Worthington Scranton and Penn State York and Community College of Allegheny County establish this Memorandum of Agreement Regarding Articulation to facilitate the matriculation of students from Community College of Allegheny County to the University College campuses of The Pennsylvania State University. The purpose of the agreement is to provide a pathway for students who have successfully completed a transfer associate degree program at Community College of Allegheny County to transition to a parallel baccalaureate degree program at the Penn State University College campuses. The agreement defines admission criteria and processes, evaluation of transfer credits and academic advising services to support students in their transition from Community College of Allegheny County to the Penn State University College campuses.
Community College of Beaver County University College 11/6/14 The Pennsylvania State University (PSU), through the University College (UC) for Penn State Beaver, Penn State Brandywine, Penn State DuBois, Penn State Fayette, Penn State Greater Allegheny, Penn State Hazleton, Penn State Lehigh Valley, Penn State Mont Alto, Penn State New Kensington, Penn State Schuylkill, Penn State Shenango, Penn State Wilkes-Barre, Penn State Worthington Scranton and Penn State York (PSU UC Campuses) and Community College of Beaver County (CCBC) establish this Memorandum of Agreement Regarding Articualtion to facilitate the matriculation of students from CCBC to the PSU UC campuses. The purpose of the agreement is to provide a pathway for students who have successfully completed a transfer associate degree program at CCBC to transition to a parallel baccalaureate degree program at the PSU UC campuses. The agreement defines admission criteria and processes, evaluation of transfer credits and academic advising services to support students in their transition from CCBC to the PSU UC campuses. The Penn State majors included in terms of the agreement are the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Administraiton of Justice (AJACC/AJSCC), Bachelor fo Science in Business (BSBCC); Bachelor of Arts in Communications (COMCC); Bachelor of Arts in English (ENGCC); Bachelor of Science in Human Devlopment and Family Studies (HFSCC); Bachelor of Arts in Letters, Arts and Sciences (LASCC); and the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Psychology (PYACC/PYSCC). In addition, the agreement will include specific program-to-program articulation for the Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership (OLEAD) authorized for delivery at New Kensington by the College of Liberal Arts, and the RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (NURN), authorized for delivery by the College of Nursiing at Fayette, New Kensington and Shenango. All programs are not delivered at every campus.
Delaware County Community College University College 6/20/16 The Pennsylvania State University through the University College for Penn State Beaver, Penn State Brandywine, Penn State DuBois, Penn State Fayette, Penn State Greater Allegheny, Penn State Hazelton, Penn State Lehigh Valley, Penn State Mont Alto, Penn State New Kensington, Penn State Schuylkill, Penn State Shenango, Penn State Wilkes-Barre, Penn State Worthington Scranton and Penn State York and Delaware County Community College establish this Memorandum of Agreement Regarding Articulation to facilitate the matriculation of students from Delaware County Community College to the Penn State University College Commonwealth campuses. The purpose of the agreement is to provide a pathway for students who have successfully completed an AA or AS transfer associate degree program at Delaware County Community College to transition to a parallel baccalaureate degree program in the Bachelor of Science in Biology (BIOCC); Bachelor of Science in Business (BSBCC) and the Bachelor of Arts and Science in Psychology (PSACC/PSSCC) at the University College campuses.
Fachhochschule Hof (HOF) in Hof, Germany The Pennsylvania State University, Abington Campus (PSA) 4/7/06 The agreement between PSA and HOF which began in 2006 was set up to exchange undergraduate students on a quid-pro-quo basis using student-semesters (i.e., one student enrolling for one semester equals one student semester) as the currency of exchange, with a maximum exchange of 10 student semesters per year.
Fort Valley State University Earth and Mineral Sciences 3/1/06 A 3-2 cooperative program in Geoscience. Three years, or the equivalent, will be spent by a participating student at Fort Valley State University, where the student will study liberal arts, science, and mathematics. Upon satisfactory completion of the first three years, the student will enter Penn State and complete the Geoscience BS major degree requirements. A successful completion of these programs will lead to an appropriate baccalaureate degree from each institution.
Hagerstown Junior College (MD) Harrisburg (Capital) 1/9/97 Articulation and Dual Admission Agreement toward a baccalaureate degree. Penn State Harrisburg will admit Hagerstown Junior College students with advanced standing who have successfully completed an associate degree. To faciliate this transfer HJC and PSH agree to a Dual Admission Program which provides students with articulated curricula that lead to a bachelor's degree at PSH.
Harbin Institute of Technology Earth and Mineral Sciences 7/13/11 The Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), through its School of Materials Science and Engineering, and The Pennsylvania State University, through its College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, agree to establish an articulation program (2+2), in the fields of Materials Science and Engineering whereby HIT students will commence and complete the first two years of their undergraduate studies at the Harbin Institute of Technology where they will take specific pre-approved courses. Upon successful completion of the first two years and meeting all Program and Penn State admission requirements, HIT students participating in the Program will be allowed to transfer to Penn State where they will complete their undergraduate studies in Materials Science and Engineering.
Harrisburg Area Community College Harrisburg (Capital) 11/6/95 Articulation Agreement toward a baccalaureate degree. Penn State Harrisburg will admit Harrisburg Area Community College students with advanced standing who have successfully completed a transfer associate degree. To facilitate this transfer HACC and PSH will develop articulated academic programs.
Harrisburg Area Community College Harrisburg (Capital) 11/6/95 Baccalaureate Dual Admission Policy Agreement. Dual admission provides students with articulated curricula that lead to a bachelor's degree at Penn State Harrisburg. Students pursue their bachelor's degree through seamless enrollment from an associate degree program at Harrisburg Area Community College through upper-division coursework at PSH.

Students apply for admission under the Baccalaureate Dual Admission Policy as early as their senior year of high school but no later than the completion of 30 transferable credits.
Inter American University of Puerto Rico, San German Campus Engineering & Earth and Mineral Sciences 4/30/12 A 3-2 cooperative program in liberal arts and sciences and engineering. Upon satisfactory completion of the first three years in liberal arts and science subjects along with pre-engineering courses, students will enter Penn State to complete the engineering major course requirements. A successful completion of these programs will lead to an appropriate baccalaureate degree from each institution.
Instituto Tecnologico de Santo Domingo The College of Engineering 7/30/08 The faculties of Instituto Tecnologico de Santo Domingo and the College of Engineering of the Pennsylvania State University agree to establish a collaborative educational program in the following majors: Aerospace Engineering, Biological Engineering, Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Engineering Science, and Nuclear Engineering. Two years, or the equivalent, will be spent by a participating student at Instituto Tecnologico de Santo Domingo (INTEC), where the student will study math and science subjects along with the per-engineering courses and common engineering and computer science courses. Upon satisfactory completion of the first two years, the student will enter the Pennsylvania State University (PSU) and complete the engineering major degree requirements.
Joseph F. McCloskey School of Nursing The College of Nursing 7/10/14 The College of Nursing of The Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) and The Joseph F. McCloskey School of Nursing at Schuykill Health (Schuylkill Health) establish this articulation agreement to facilitate the admission of Schuylkill Health graduates into the RN to BS program at Penn State. Schuylkill Health graduates who qualify for admission into Penn State and who have completed the Schuylkill Health Diploma program requirements will be admitted by Penn State and enrolled in the RN to BS major (NURN) based on meeting the prerequisites and all conditions of this agreement.
Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Altoona College 10/30/10 Affiliation agreement between Penn State Altoona and the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) School of Pharmacy to establish a joint undergraduate/professional program (the "3+3" / "3+4" Program) of education leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy degree (Pharm.D.).
Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Altoona College 10/30/10 Affiliation agreement between Penn State Altoona and the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) to establish a joint undergraduate/professional program of education leading to the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree (the Early Acceptance Program).
Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Altoona College 8/9/12 Affiliation agreement between Penn State Altoona and the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) to confirm an affiliate agreement with their dental school at Bradenton, FL campus. Agreement would provide Penn State Altoona students with an additional professional school opportunity.
Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Behrend College 7/1/97 3+4 Accelerated Program in Primary Care affiliation agreement.  Under the joint agreement between Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) and Penn State Behrend (PSB), selected undergraduate students who have successfully completed specific core course requirements at PSB may continue their education in medicine at LECOM in an accelerated program of study.
Lehigh Carbon Community College University College 7/27/15 The Pennsylvania State University , on behalf of the University College for Penn State Beaver, Penn State Brandywine, Penn State DuBois, Penn State Fayette, Penn State Greater Allegheny, Penn State Hazleton, Penn State Lehigh Valley, Penn State Mont Alto, Penn State New Kensington, Penn State Schuylkill, Penn State Shenango, Penn State Wilkes-Barre, Penn State Worthington Scranton, and Penn State York and Lehigh Carbon Community College establish this Memorandum of Agreement Regarding Articulation to facilitate the matriculation of students from Lehigh Carbon Community College to the University College campuses of The Pennsylvania State University. The purpose of the agreement is to provide a pathway for students who have successfully completed a transfer associate degree program at Lehigh Carbon Community College to transition to a parallel baccalaureate degree program at the Penn State University College campuses. The agreement defines admission criteria and processes, evaluation of transfer credits and academic advising services to support students in their transition from Lehigh Carbon Community College to a Penn State University College campus.
Millersville University of Pennsylvania Engineering & Earth and Mineral Sciences 11/30/11 A 3-2 cooperative program in liberal arts and sciences and engineering. Upon satisfactory completion of the first three years in liberal arts and science subjects along with pre-engineering courses, students will enter Penn State to complete the engineering major course requirements. A successful completion of these programs will lead to an appropriate baccalaureate degree from each institution.
Misericordia University Hazleton Campus 9/2/09 The Pennsylvania State University (PSU) through Penn State Hazleton and Misericordia University (MU) agree to facilitate the transfer of academic credits from PSU's Associate in Science degree in Physical Therapist Assistant program to the Doctor of Physical Therapy degree program offered by MU.
Montgomery County Community College Abington College 8/30/01 Montgomery County Community College (MCCC) and Penn State Abington, Abington College (PSAB) set forth the conditions upon which PSU will consider graduates of MCCC with an Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree program or an Associate in Science (A.S.) degree program for admission into a Bachelor's degree program at Penn State Abington or other program leading to a Bachelor's degree at PSAB.
N.M.A.M. Institute of Technology of the Nitte Education Trust, Karnataka State, India Harrisburg Campus, Capital College 3/12/11 The N.M.A.M. Institute of Technology of the Nitte Education Trust and The Pennsylvania State University, through its Harrisburg campus, the Capital College, agree to establish an articulation program in the fields of Engineering, Engineering Technology, and Computer Science. The Parties agree to establish an articulation program at the undergraduate level, i.e., 2+2 program, in the following majors: Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, and Structural Design and Construction Engineering Technology. Under this program, Nitte students will commence and complete the first two years of their undergraduate studies at Nitte where they will take specific pre-approved courses. Upon successful completion of the first two years and meeting all program and Penn State admission requirements, Nitte students participating in the program will be allowed transfer to Penn State Harrisburg where they will complete their undergraduate studies in Engineering, Engineering Technology, and Computer Science. Students who successfully complete the program will earn a Bachelor of Science degree from the Penn State Capital College.
Northampton Community College University College 11/10/16 The Pennsylvania State University, ion behalf of the University College for Penn State Beaver, Penn State Brandywine, Penn State DuBois, Penn State Fayette, Penn State Greater Allegheny, Penn State Hazleton, Penn State Lehigh Valley, Penn State Mont Alto, Penn State New Kensington, Penn State Schuylkill, Penn State Shenango, Penn State Wilkes-Barre, Penn State Worthington Scranton and Penn State York and Northampton Community College establish this Memorandum of Agreement regarding articulation to facilitate the matriculation of students from Northampton Community College to the University College Commonwealth Campuses of The Pennsylvania State University. The purpose of the agreement is to provide a pathway for students who have successfully completed a transfer associate degree program at Northampton Community College to transition to a parallel baccalaureate degree program at the Penn State University College Commonwealth campuses. The agreement defines admission criteria and processes, evaluation of transfer credits and academic advising services to support students in their transition from Northampton Community College to a Penn State University College Commonwealth campus.
Northern Virginia Community College Penn State Harrisburg 10/24/11 This agreement is designed to coordinate transfer policies, enhance advising, and promote the transfer of equivalent courses/credits between Penn State Harrisburg and Northern Virginia Community College.
Ohio State University Behrend College 6/3/08 Penn State Erie, The Behrend College and The Ohio State University College of Optometry agree to cooperate in providing an accelerated 3+4 undergraduate/professional school education leading to the Baccalaureate and Doctor of Optometry degrees.
Pennsylvania College of Technology College of Agricultural Sciences 7/21/15 This agreement would formalize the transfer of students from Penn College into the baccalaureate program in Landscape Contracting-Management Option in the Department of Plant Science. This articulation will serve an example for future articulations in the college.
Pennsylvania College of Technology Penn State 10/15/91 Memorandum of Understanding between Penn State and Penn College to operationalize priority transfer admission included in the MOU signed February 15, 1989 (copy attached).
Pennsylvania College of Technology Schuylkill Campus 8/27/06 Agreement between Penn College of Technology and Penn State that establishes a mechanism for graduates of Penn State's Associate of Science degree in Radiological Science (delivered at New Kensington and Schuylkill campuses) to complete requirements for Penn College's Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Health Studies.
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Abington College 1/1/06 Program affiliation agreement between Penn State Abington and Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) for a cooperative BS/MS/PsyD educational program.
Reading Area Community College Harrisburg (Capital) 3/12/97 Articulation and Dual Admission Agreement toward a baccalaureate degree. Penn State Harrisburg will admit Reading Area Community College (RACC) students with advanced standing who have successfully completed an associate degree. To facilitate this transfer RACC and PSH agree to a Dual Admission Program which provides students with articulated curricula that lead to a bachelor's degree at PSH.
Richmond Community College The Behrend College 11/27/14 The Pennsylvania State University, through Penn State Erie, The Behrend College (PSB), and Richmond Community College (RCC) establish this Memorandum of Agreement Regarding Articulation to facilitate the matriculation fo students from RCC to PSB. The purpose of the agreement is to provide a pathway for students who have successfully completed the Mechanical Engineering Technology associate degree program at RCC to transition to the Plastic Engineering Technology baccalaureate degree program at PSB.
Saint Francis University DuBois Campus 4/13/06 The Pennsylvania State University and St. Francis University agree to mutual cooperation in articulating their programs in Physical Therapy. Subject to the terms of this agreement, a student who has earned both an Associate in Science degree with a major in Physical Therapist Assistant (2PTA) and a Bachelor's degree from Penn State is eligible for admission to the St. Francis University Doctorate in Physical Therapy Program.
Shenandoah University Mont Alto 12/11/09 Articulation agreement designed for applicants to the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Shenandoah University who have completed the pre-requisites and who will have obtained both an Associate Degree in Physical Therapist Assistant (2PTA) and a Baccalaureate degree from Penn State University. The 2PTA program is offered at Penn State DuBois, Hazleton, Mont Alto, and Shenango campuses.
SUNY, Univ at Buffalo Behrend College 3/26/03 Affiliation agreement between Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, and The State University of New York, University of Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences to provide an accelerated 3+4 undergraduate/professional school education leading to the baccalaureate degree from Penn State Behrend and the doctor of pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree from the University at Buffalo.
Temple University School of Dentistry Behrend College 9/25/01 Affiliation agreement between Penn State Erie, The Behrend College and The Temple University School of Dentistry to provide an accelerated 3+4 undergraduate/professional school education leading to the Baccalaureate and Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) degrees. Agreement amended 8/6/02.
Thomas Jefferson University Abington College 10/10/00 Memorandum of Agreement between Penn State Abington and Department of Laboratory Sciences College of Health Professions, Thomas Jefferson University to facilitate the transfer of students from Penn State Abington to the entry-level Master of Sciences in Laboratory Sciences degree program in the Department of Laboratory Sciences (DLS), College of Health Professions, for a 3+2 program.
Thomas Jefferson University Abington College 5/23/03 Cooperative agreement between Penn State Abington and Jefferson College of Health Professions of Thomas Jefferson University for the Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Physical Therapy degrees in six years after graduation from high school. Students will spend the first three years at Penn State Abington and then proceed to Jefferson College of Health Professions for the final three years of graduate Physical Therapy coursework. The B.S. in Science with the Life Science Option from Penn State Abington will be awarded after successful completion of the first year at Jefferson College of Health Professions. The D.P.T. degree from Thomas Jefferson University will be awarded after successful completion of the third year at Jefferson College of Health Professions.
Thomas Jefferson University Science, Premedicine 6/63 Cooperative agreement between Thomas Jefferson University School of Medicine and Penn State Premedicine for the Six-Year Premed-Medical, Accelerated Program for the B.S. and M.D. degrees.
University of Glasgow College of Agricultural Sciences 4/23/14 The University of Glasgow and The Pennsylvania State University through its School of Veterinary Sciences and Animals Sciences, in order to enrich their educational and research programs and to strength cooperation between both universities.
University of the Sciences in Philadelphia Brandywine Campus 1/20/11 The Pennsylvania State University, Brandywine Campus, and University of the Sciences in Philadelphia agree to mutual cooperation in articulating their programs in specific majors culminating in the degree of Bachelor of Science (BS). Students at Penn State Brandywine who meet all requirements set forth in this agreement are eligible for admission to the University of the Sciences as a candidate for the BS in one of the majors specified.
Vidyalankar School of Information Technology (VIDYALANKAR), India The Pennsylvania State University Commonwealth Campuses and the College of Information Sciences & Technology (IST) 7/25/16 This agreement is intended to establish a collaborative program in which students will obtain a Penn State baccalaureate degree in IST by first completing two years of defined study at VIDYALANKAR and then completing two years of study at a Penn State Commonwealth Campus.
Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune, India The Pennsylvania State University Commonwealth Campuses India Initiative (Berks, Greater Allegheny, Hazleton, New Kensington, Schuylkill, Wilkes-Barre, Worthington Scranton, and York) and College of Information Sciences & Technology (IST) 2/16/11 Memorandum of Agreement between Penn State Commonwealth Campuses (India Initiative) and Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune, India, to establish a collaborative program in which students will obtain a Penn State baccalaureate degree in Information Sciences & Technology (IST) by first completing two years of defined study at VIT and then completing two years of study at a campus of Penn State.
Westmoreland County Community College University College of Penn State University 4/22/16 The Pennsylvania State University, on behalf of the University College for Penn State Beaver, Penn State Brandywine, Penn State DuBois, Penn State Fayette, Penn State Greater Allegheny, Penn State Hazleton, Penn State Lehigh Valley, Penn State Mont Alto, Penn State New Kensington, Penn State Schuylkill, Penn State Shenango, Penn State Wilkes-Barre, Penn State Worthington Scranton and Penn State York and Westmoreland County Community College establish this Memorandum of Agreement. The purpose of the agreement is to provide a pathway for students who have successfully completed a transfer associate degree program at Westmoreland County Community College to transition to a parallel baccalaureate degree program at the Penn State University College Commonwealth campuses. The agreement defines admission criteria and processes, evaluation of transfer credits and academic advising services to support students in their transition from Westmoreland County Community College to the Penn State University College Commonwealth campuses.

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