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Gordon State College, Albany Technical College Sign Articulation Agreement

From left, representing Albany Technical College, Lisa Stephens, Dean; Dr. Emmett Griswold, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dr. Anthony Parker, President plus Gordon State College representatives Dr. Kirk A. Nooks, President; Dr. C. Jeffery Knighton, Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dr. Ric Calhoun, Assistant Vice President of Innovative Education & Strategic Initiatives.
From left, representing Albany Technical College, Lisa Stephens, Dean; Dr. Emmett Griswold, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dr. Anthony Parker, President plus Gordon State College representatives Dr. Kirk A. Nooks, President; Dr. C. Jeffery Knighton, Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dr. Ric Calhoun, Assistant Vice President of Innovative Education & Strategic Initiatives.

By: Katheryne A. Fields, Gordon State College Marketing Director

Gordon State College and Albany Technical College signed an articulation agreement Friday that will allow for the transfer of credit from Albany Tech’s associate degree programs in Business into Gordon’s four-year bachelor degree program in Management and Administration.

“We are excited to partner with Albany Technical College to prepare students for the workforce,” said Gordon State College President Dr. Kirk A. Nooks. “This articulation agreement shows that students can complete their academic journey locally and maintain their commitment to developing the regional talent base.”

Administrators at both schools say the agreement is a partnership that provides educational opportunities for currently enrolled and potential students of both institutions.

“This is truly a great day for our students and the communities we serve,” said Albany Technical College President Anthony O. Parker. “Our leadership team is dedicated to creating innovative partnerships that will enhance the lives of our students and ultimately lead to positive transformation for our region and state.”

一道本不卡免费高清Dr. Emmett Griswold, Vice President for Academic Affairs for Albany Technical College said his institution is thrilled to partner with GSC on this articulation agreement.

“This agreement will provide an avenue for our Business related AAS degree graduates to continue their studies beyond the associate degree level with a seamless transition to an institution known for excellence in higher education,” Griswold said.

This is the first such agreement between the two institutions.

“We are very excited about this partnership we have entered into with Albany Tech, said Dr. C. Jeffery Knighton, Gordon State College Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. Not only does this provide an outstanding opportunity for many students to continue their career preparation by pursuing a bachelor degree, but this agreement also provides a valuable service to the citizens of Southwest Georgia.”

Under this agreement, students completing an Associate of Applied Science degree in Accounting, Marketing, or Business Management from Albany Technical College are eligible to pursue a bachelor’s degree from Gordon State College in Management and Administration.