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Manhattan Area Technical College Articulation Agreements

 

An articulation agreement is a formal arrangement to transfer a defined set of academic credits between an academic program of one institution, most often a two-year post-secondary institution, to baccalaureate degree granting college or university. The institutions listed below have an articulation agreement with Manhattan Area Technical College.

 

 

Cloud-CCC

Cloud County Community College
Agri- Biotechnology 

 

Fort-Hays-State-University

Fort Hays State University
2+2 - Bachelor of Technology Leadership

 

Grantham-University

Grantham University
2+2 - Accounting, Business Administration, Information Network Technology, General Studies

Kansas-State-University

Kansas State University
2+2 - Bachelor of Science in Technology Management

 

Manhattan-Christian-College

Manhattan Christian College
Bachelor of Science in Management and Ethics or a Bachelor of Arts or Science of in Bible/Leadership

 

 

OSUIT

Oklahoma State University - Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Technology

 

Ottawa-University

Ottawa University
2+2 - Nursing

 

 Pittsburgn-State-University

Pittsburg State University
2+2 - Nursing, Accounting, Computer Science-Information Systems, Automotive Technology, Engineering Technology, Technology Studies, Technical Teacher Education, Technology Management

 

Washburn-University 

Washburn University
2+2 - Bachelor of Applied Science in Technology 

KU-School-of-nursing 

The University of Kansas- School of Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Nursing

 

 

 

Agreements for Reverse Transfer of Credit 

Kansas-State-University

Reverse Transfer Agreement for Associates of Applied Science Degrees Completion between Manhattan Area Technical College and Kansas State University

Kansas State University (KSU) and Manhattan Area Technical College (MATC) wish to facilitate the transfer of students, enhance the number and quality of learning options at the institutions and provide a seamless transfer process for students. 

 

 

 

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