University of Maryland Eastern Shore Enters Into Two Articulation Agreements

The University of Maryland Eastern Shore has signed two articulation agreements with other institutions of higher education. One is designed to increase the number of students who transfer to the university while the other will provide opportunities for university students to gain access to a graduate program.

The department of kinesiology has entered into an agreement with Philadelphia University that will offer preferred admission to its master’s degree program in athletic training to University of Maryland Eastern Shore graduates who satisfy grade performance requirements.

The department of rehabilitation services has signed an agreement that will allow for seamless transfer for students who earn an associate’s degree in human services at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills, Maryland. These students will be able to transfer to the University of Maryland Eastern Shore to complete a bachelor’s degree in rehabilitation services.

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