University of Arkansas Cossatot and Texas A&M University Texarkana now have an agreement that will allow UAC business graduates to transfer with junior standing to business programs.
UA Cossatot Chancellor Steve Cole and Texas A&M Dean of the College of Business, Engineering, and Technology Gary Stading signed an articulation agreement on June 21st that will allow UA Cossatot students graduating with an Associate of Science in Business to enter the university’s College of Business.
Programs that UAC’s Associate of Science in Business will articulate to are Accounting, Finance, General Business, Management, Management of Information Systems, Marketing, and Supply Chain Management.
This kind of agreement is a first for Texas A&M and University of Arkansas.
“In the College of Business, Engineering, and Technology, we look to partnering with UA Cossatot more in the coming years,” explained Stading.
More information about the Associate of Science in Business and completing the degree online or in class can be found at www.cccua.edu.