Associate of Arts in Teaching Statewide Articulation Agreement

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In 2016, Missouri’s four-year transfer institutions and community colleges entered into an articulation agreement to increase the number and quality of certified teachers prepared by and graduating from Missouri’s colleges and universities. By clarifying transfer policies and procedures, which ensure articulation between programs, Missouri’s colleges and universities commit to assisting students in making a seamless transfer from the associate’s to the baccalaureate degree.

Purpose

This agreement provides students who have earned an Associate of Arts in Teaching degree (AAT) at a Missouri community college the opportunity to complete a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Education at four-year transfer institution in the state. By this agreement, any Missouri community college student who has earned an AAT degree from any Missouri community college is guaranteed consistent treatment by the four-year transfer institution in accordance with the Missouri Coordinating Board for Higher Education’s (CBHE) Credit Transfer Policy, Principles of Best Practice and related addenda and clarifying comments. The AAT degree to which this agreement refers is below.

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Agreement Signatories

Community Colleges

Crowder College
East Central College
Jefferson College
Metropolitan Community College
Mineral Area College
Moberly Area Community College
North Central Missouri College
Ozarks Technical Community College
St. Charles Community College
St. Louis Community College
State Fair Community College
Three Rivers College

Universities

Central Methodist University
Lincoln University
Missouri State University