The institutions have signed articulation agreements in business and
social work. Under both agreements, students from MACC will complete an
associate of the
arts program, and then transfer to WWU
to complete a bachelor’s degree.
drafted by the institutions in 2008, but has
been updated and re-signed by
both parties. The agreement outlines a plan of study for all four years and
provides students with the option of taking
a fifth year at WWU to earn a Master of Business Administration
students includes some courses in the major, as well
as all general
plan to allow transfer
students the opportunity to begin their junior year
directly in the social
work program,” Dr. Elizabeth
Wilson, WWU social work program director, said.
four semesters, they will take
courses with all other social work students and will learn a
variety of theories, skills and models of intervention to prepare them for their 500- hour senior year
field practicum within a social service agency.”
from Moberly, and all have graduated with a BSW in two years
provide student support services in such areas as admissions,
academic advising, library access and technical support. The agreement will go into effect in the fall of
these agreements because more WWU
students have transferred
courses from MACC since 2008 than
from any other institution,” said Dr. Tom
Frankman, associate dean of academic
services at WWU.
campuses spread throughout Missouri, has an
enrollment of about 5,000 students. Their mission as an
institution of higher learning is to provide the academic, technical and
support services their students
need to lead successful lives.
agreements in place with
four-year institutions. These agreements are beneficial to our students in that students
can be assured that they are
completing courses that will work best in their four-year
degree,” said Dr. Paula
Glover, dean of academic
affairs at MACC.
in the region to
complete their bachelor’s degree,
WWU is conveniently located for students attending our Mexico and
Columbia sites,” Glover said.
agreements including a course outline for all four years can be found on the
William Woods University website under
the admissions tab.