MADISON (WKBT) — Students on the La Crosse-based Western Technical College and 7 different technical schools within the state will have the ability to switch credit to UW System universities, the UW System Board of Regents determined.
The Regents accredited a coverage Thursday to simply accept the switch of affiliate levels from the eight members of the Wisconsin Technical College System, guaranteeing that tech college students can switch credit.
The approval, which resulted from months of debate between UW System and WTCS educational consultants, will cowl lots of of programs. One program displays credit wanted to earn an Associate of Arts in Liberal Studies diploma and one other includes credit wanted to earn an Associate of Science in Liberal Studies diploma.
The measure “smooths the transfer pathway at a time when students seek multiple avenues to a higher education,” stated Michael J. Falbo, interim president of the UW System.
“It’s a sign of what we can do when we work together and put students first,” Falbo stated.
The approval will improve switch alternatives for technical school graduates and increase the variety of baccalaureate diploma holders who dwell and work in Wisconsin, in line with the Regents.
The motion builds upon the present Universal Undergraduate Credit Transfer Agreement between the UW System and WTCS.
The packages are made up of 60 credit, together with 39 to 41 credit of normal training and 19 to 21 credit of electives.
Students who earn an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science diploma at a WTCS school will likely be assured admission to a four-year UW college as a switch scholar with junior standing, so long as all necessities are met. Students will have the ability to enter quite a lot of main paths to finish baccalaureate levels.
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