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ASU, ATC enter into education agreement

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Albany Technical College and Albany State University will hold a signing ceremony today that will make it possible for students to attend both schools, and be able to earn a four-year degree in business. 

“The signing of this agreement paves another pathway to four-year degree options for our students,giving them the opportunity of continuing their education,” said Albany Technical College President Dr. Anthony O. Parker. The goal of the articulation agreement is to provide Associate of Applied Science (AAS) graduates in various programs at Albany Tech with an opportunity to continue their studies at Albany State University, which would lead to a Bachelor of Applied Science in Technology Management degree.

“We are delighted to partner with Albany Technical College in this way,” said Interim Albany State University President Arthur Dunning. “With this signing, there is now an opportunity for students to have a seamless transition from one fine institution to another in pursuit of a bachelor's degree and a promising future.”

Albany Tech programs included in the agreement are Accounting, Business Management (General,Human Resources, Operations, Service Sector, and Small Business), Marketing Management(Entrepreneurship and Retail), Health Information Technology, Culinary Arts Technology, Design and Media Production Technology, Drafting Technology, Computer Information Systems (PC Maintenance Specialist, Computer Support Specialist, Internet Specialist-Web Design, Network Specialist).


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