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By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Albany Technical College and Albany State University continue to work together to turn out successful graduates.

Another student completed the two-plus-two articulation agreement which allows students from Albany Tech an easier transition into the four-year school.

Perrotta Malone completed his bachelor's degree in just two years thanks to the credits he earned during his associate degree studies at Albany Tech.

"The Albany State programs offered a pretty much seamless transition as far as credits going over to their bachelors and technology programs, the course work and course load pretty much mirrored each other," said Perrotta Malone, 2009 ASU Graduate.

Malone graduated last month.

He's currently a Program and Management Assistant at the Marine Base and is in the process of earning his masters degree.

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