two-year college in Arizona will facilitate the transfer of equine science
students to WWU so they may complete a baccalaureate degree.
an Associate of Applied Science degree will be able to transfer to WWU and earn
a Bachelor of Science degree in Equestrian Science in an additional two years.
said this agreement “provides equine science students at Scottsdale an
opportunity to pursue additional scholarship in their field of interest.”
services in such areas as admissions, academic advising, library access and technical
outlines a proposed plan of study for the two additional years SCC graduates
will spend at William Woods University.
honored to have secured an articulation agreement with Scottsdale Community
College. This is a win-win situation for both the schools,
and particularly for students, as it will ease transition, reduce
educational expenses and offer incentives for advanced level work here at
William Woods,” said Claudia Starr, chair of William Woods University’s
39 associate degree programs and 50 plus certificate programs. Enrollment tops
10,000 students, and SCC prides itself in giving students transfer and career
Community College, said, “I want our students to have options when they
graduate from our two-year program. William Woods is now one of those options.”