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Articulation Agreements

The following institutions have approved articulation agreements with Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College to ensure more ease in the transfer process. For information about the transfer agreements, contact the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, Library Administration Building Room 112, telephone 918-540-6203, or email ruth.coyne@neo.edu.

American Public University – General Studies, Intelligence Studies, Management, or Retail Management

This agreement identifies the courses and conditions for transfer from NEO Colleges Associate in Arts degree programs and Associate in Science Degree programs to the American Public University Bachelor degrees in General Studies, Intelligence Studies, Management, or Retail Management. For more information, contact the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, ruth.coyne@neo.edu, or call 918.540.6203.

American Public University – Information Systems Security or Sports and Health Sciences

This agreement identifies the courses and conditions for transfer from NEO College’s Associate in Science Degree programs to the American Public University Bachelor degrees Information Systems Security or Sports and Health Sciences. For more information, contact the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, ruth.coyne@neo.edu, or call 918.540.6203.

American Public University – Accounting

This agreement identifies the courses and conditions for transfer from NEO College’s Associate in Science Degree in Business Administration, Pre-Accounting option, to the American Public University Bachelor of Art degree in Accounting. For more information, contact the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, ruth.coyne@neo.edu, or call 918.540.6203.

American Public University – Criminal Justice

This agreement identifies the courses and conditions for transfer from NEO College’s Associate in Arts in Criminal Justice to the American Public University Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice. For more information, contact the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, ruth.coyne@neo.edu, or call 918.540.6203.

American Public University – Reverse Logistics Management

This agreement identifies the courses and conditions for transfer from NEO College’s Associate in in Science degree in Business Administration or the Associate in Science degree in Business Administration, Pre-Accounting option, to the American Public University Bachelors degrees in Reverse Logistics Management. For more information, contact the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, ruth.coyne@neo.edu, or call 918.540.6203.

American Public University – Transportation and Logistics Management

This agreement identifies the courses and conditions for transfer from NEO College’s Associate in in Science degree in Business Administration or the Associate in Science degree in Business Administration, Pre-Accounting option, to the American Public University Bachelors degrees in Transportation and Logistics Management. For more information, contact the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, ruth.coyne@neo.edu, or call 918.540.6203.

Baker University – General Education Requirements

This agreement identifies the courses and conditions for transfer from NEO College’s Associate in Arts degree programs or Associate in in Science degree programs to Baker University. The agreement provides for transfer of the general education component of degree programs. For more information, contact the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, ruth.coyne@neo.edu, or call 918.540.6203.

Missouri State University – Bachelor of Applied Science in Agriculture

This agreement identifies the courses and conditions for transfer from the NEO College Equine and Ranch Management Associate in Applied Science degree program to the Missouri State University Bachelor of Applied Science in Agriculture. For more information, contact McKenzie Nygren Connor, Coordinator, at mckenzie.nygren@neo.edu or call 918.540.6368.

Missouri State University General Agriculture Pathways Partnership

Southwestern Oklahoma State College – Bachelor of Science in Parks and Wildlife Law Enforcement

This agreement identifies the courses and conditions for transfer from the NEO College Natural Resource Ecology and Management Associate in Arts degree program to the Southwestern Oklahoma State College Bachelor of Science in Parks and Wildlife Law Enforcement program. For more information, contact Chase Fairweather, at fairwej@neo.edu or call 918.540.6274.

Statewide Transfer Agreement for General Education Courses

Under an articulation agreement between the community colleges and the public senior institutions of higher education in Oklahoma, students completing an Associate in Arts (AA) or an Associate in Science (AS) degree at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College should expect their lower division general education requirements to be satisfied at the receiving institution. If a student does not complete either an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree, the general education courses will be evaluated and transcripted on a course-by-course basis. Therefore, it is to the student’s benefit to complete the AA or AS Degree at NEO prior to transfer to the senior college or university. Specific program requirements will be subject to review on a course-by-course basis so students should consult with a faculty advisor to develop a plan that meets the needs of Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College and the receiving institution of higher education.

OK Regents for Higher Education (Transfer of General Education Courses)

Oklahoma Statewide Course Equivalency Project

Course equivalencies are tables of courses that are transferable among Oklahoma public colleges and institutions (as well as some private institutions). Each table displays equivalent courses at each college and university and is organized by academic discipline, such as biology or history. Colleges and universities update these tables annually; therefore, it is important to look for course transfer equivalency in the academic year you took the course.

OK Regents for Higher Education (Course Equivalency Project)

Reverse Transfer – Degree Completion

Students are encouraged to complete their associate degree, even if they have transferred to a senior institution of higher education. Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College accepts credit through reverse transfer in order to facilitate student’s completion of a degree program at NEO College after the student has transferred to another college or university. Students who have previously attended NEO A&M College and meet NEO College’s resident credit requirements will be eligible for reverse transfer credit to facilitate degree completion. Through reverse transfer, students may transfer back qualifying courses to NEO in order to complete the degree requirements after the student is no longer attending NEO College. The transfer of courses from another institution is subject to NEO’s college transfer of courses policy and NEO academic program requirements. For more information about reverse transfer and applying for a degree, contact the Registrar’s office at neoadmissions@neo.edu or call 918.540.6188.

OK Regents for Higher Education (Reverse Transfer Project)

 
 
 
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