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3.4.7 Consortia relationships/contractual agreements PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 01 September 2009 12:33

3.4.7     Consortia Relationships/Contractual Agreements

The institution ensures the quality of educational programs and courses offered through consortial relationships or contractual agreements, ensures ongoing compliance with the comprehensive requirements, evaluates the consortial relationship and/or agreement against the purpose of the institution.

Responsible Unit: Division of Academic Affairs

Compliance Judgment

Compliance

Narrative

As a constituent member of the University of North Carolina System, North Carolina A&T participates in the comprehensive 2 + 2 articulation agreement between UNC and the North Carolina Community College System which allows the transfer of courses from the community college to four-year colleges and universities in the UNC system.  The Comprehensive Articulation Agreement [1] defines a 44-semester credit hour general education core and 20 additional semester hours of transfer elective credit.  North Carolina community college students who are in the Associate in Arts (AA) degree program or the Associate in Science (AS) degree program will be treated as juniors providing they are admitted.

North Carolina A&T State University has additional 2+2 and dual degree programs with institutions across the country [2]. A&T also belongs to a consortium of local universities therefore affording students at participating campuses the opportunity to take course on any of the member campuses.[3]

The University has an on-going contractual agreement with the U.S. Armed Forces to provide access to eArmyU on-line courses to enlisted persons serving in any branch of the military.  Under the terms of this contract, the Armed Services pays for the courses A&T provides.

All consortia agreements are maintained in the Office of the Provost. Course offerings are evaluated and managed by the Center for Distance Learning and all courses offered are available to eArmyU. [4]

Supporting Documents

[1]

Articulation Agreement, UNC and North Carolina Community College System

[2]

A&T, Consortial Agreements

[3]

Registrar, Local Universities Consortium Statements

[4]

EArmyU, Website

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