Articulation Agreement Guides
What are Articulation Agreements?
The purpose of an articulation agreement is to allow students to complete an associate degree program and transfer to a related bachelor’s degree program with a minimum loss of credit and duplication of coursework.
Many EMU programs have articulation agreements with community college programs. Most of them use the MACRAO agreement to meet general education requirements.
Every articulation agreement includes a guide, which lays out the specific courses to take in order to complete both the associate degree and bachelor's degree programs. The guide also lists other requirements and contact information. Students should meet with a program advisor early in their studies.
Old versions of articulation guides may be obtained by calling the Community College Relations Office (734.487.6577).