West Virginia University Institute of Technology (WVU Tech) and BridgeValley Community and Technical College (BridgeValley) signed an articulation agreement today establishing multiple associate-to-bachelor degree educational pathways.
“BridgeValley works closely with business and industry leaders to provide a number of opportunities for graduates to start high-paying careers in West Virginia,” said Dr. Jo Harris, President of BridgeValley. “This agreement provides an opportunity for our associate-degree graduates to continue their education at WVU Tech.”
This agreement enables students who complete an eligible associate program at BridgeValley to pursue a baccalaureate degree from the WVU Tech’s College of Business, Humanities and Social Sciences.
“The partnership between BridgeValley and WVU Tech provides students with opportunities to obtain associates and bachelor degrees while learning from knowledgeable and caring faculty and staff. This agreement, along with our current pathway with BridgeValley in engineering technology, will provide students more options to continue their education at WVU Tech,” said Carolyn Long, Campus President of WVU Tech.
The pathway programs in this agreement include Accounting AAS to Accounting BS, Finance AAS to Accounting BS, Management AAS to Business Management BS, Marketing AAS to Business Management BS, Criminal Justice AAS to Criminal Justice BS, Healthcare Management AAS to Health Services Administration BS and Paralegal Studies AAS to Public Service Administration BS.