SCC and CMU sign articulation agreement for business program

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Officials from Central Methodist University and St. Charles Community College signed an articulation agreement on Thursday, Aug. 7, to promote a seamless transfer for business students.

The agreement provides students who have earned an Associate of Arts or Associate of Applied Science degree in business administration at SCC the opportunity to complete a bachelor’s degree in business at Central Methodist University.

Ron Chesbrough, Ph.D., St. Charles Community College president, and Roger Drake, Ph.D., Central Methodist University president, sign an articulation agreement Aug. 7 to promote a seamless transfer for students.

Ron Chesbrough, Ph.D., St. Charles Community College president, and Roger Drake, Ed.D., Central Methodist University president, sign an articulation agreement Aug. 7 to promote a seamless transfer for students.

Any student who has earned an Associate of Arts or Associate of Applied Science degree in business administration at SCC and adheres to the transfer guidelines is guaranteed CMU will accept designated freshman and sophomore education credits and all general education credits and will apply them to the bachelor’s degree in a manner consistent with the transfer guidelines.

“I’m excited about what this agreement will offer our students who transfer to Central Methodist University,” said John Bookstaver, SCC dean of business, science, education, math and computer science. “This will hopefully be only one of many fruitful collaborations between our two fine institutions.”

SCC and CMU already have a partnership enabling SCC nursing students to obtain their Bachelor of Science degree in nursing.

St. Charles Community College is a public, comprehensive two-year community college with associate degrees and certificate programs in the arts, business, sciences and career-technical fields. SCC provides workforce training and community-based personal and professional development as well as cultural, recreational and entertainment opportunities. For more information, visit www.stchas.edu.