North Central Michigan College and Northwood University have reaffirmed a partnership that promotes seamless transfer between the two institutions. The “3+1” transfer articulation agreements ensure that students who study at North Central for three years can transfer to Northwood to complete a bachelor’s degree in one year on the following tracks: accounting, management, and marketing.
“These agreements strengthen our partnership with Northwood University and our shared commitment to helping students reach their academic and career goals,” said Michele Andrews, dean of business, education, and adjunct faculty.
“This transfer articulation agreement streamlines the path for North Central Michigan College students to earn bachelor degrees in business at Northwood University,” stated Dr. Kristin Stehouwer, academics vice president and provost. “NCMC students can complete their Northwood degrees online or at our campus in Midland. This agreement removes barriers and strengthens the relationship between NCMC and Northwood University, but most importantly, it helps us serve the collective needs of our students.”
Also known as transfer agreements, articulation agreements are formal partnerships that outline parameters for student transfer that guarantee classes completed at one college will be accepted by a partner institution.