The agreement allows students who have completed a two-year degree at WATC to transfer credits and pursue corresponding four-year degrees at Grantham University.
For release: July 29, 2014
WICHITA, Kan. — Wichita Area Technical College (WATC) is pleased to announce it has signed an articulation agreement with Grantham University in which graduates of WATC degree programs can transfer to the fully-online university based in Kansas City.
The articulation agreement is a 2+2 completion program. WATC students who have completed any associate degree with at least a 2.0 GPA can transfer into Grantham’s Bachelor of Science in Multidisciplinary Studies program. Additionally, students who have earned degrees in the following areas can transfer into a corresponding bachelor’s degree at Grantham:
- Associate of Applied Science Business Administration (Accounting) to Bachelor of Science Accounting or Bachelor of Science Business Administration or Bachelor of Science Business Management
- Associate of Applied Science Business Administration (Banking/Finance) to Bachelor of Science Business Administration or Bachelor of Science Business Management
- Associate of Applied Science Police Science to Bachelor of Arts Criminal Justice
- Associate of Applied Science Robotics to Bachelor of Science Computer Engineering Technology or Bachelor of Science Electronics Engineering Technology
Eligible members of WATC’s faculty and staff have the opportunity to continue their education through Grantham at a reduced tuition rate for bachelor’s and master’s degree programs.
“Between WATC’s dedication to providing their students with a quality education while maintaining one of the lowest tuition price points in the state, and Grantham’s commitment to helping students meet their educational goals in a flexible online environment, we feel that this articulation agreement is a huge benefit for both schools. We look forward to a long relationship with WATC in which we can work together to help all of our students change their lives for the better, move into new career fields and enjoy success on their jobs,” said Dr. Marilyn Bartels, Grantham’s provost.
“We are excited about this opportunity for WATC students to continue their education in Business, Robotics/Engineering and Criminal Justice with Grantham University. WATC and Grantham University have a common vision to ensure students have an opportunity to change their lives, the ability to earn their degrees with a flexible approach to learning, and create a meaningful and productive career pathway. As we work together to create a workforce for our region in these critical areas we are honored to partner with Grantham University,” said Sheree Utash, WATC’s Vice President of Academic Affairs.
Grantham University has been helping working adults achieve their educational goals for more than 63 years. Grantham’s largest school, the Mark Skousen School of Business, offers certificates, associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in fields ranging from accounting to human resources to business management. To learn more about Grantham’s business degrees, visit: www.grantham.edu/school-of-business/.
About Grantham University:
Established in 1951, Grantham University specializes in accredited online associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees, as well as certificate programs. Grantham’s program offerings include: Accounting, Business, Human Resources, Criminal Justice, Computer Science, Cybersecurity Concepts, Engineering Technology, Allied Health, Information Technology, Performance Improvement and Nursing. Accredited since 1961 by the Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council, Grantham University has a distinguished record as a respected and accredited distance learning university spanning six decades of service to education. The Mark Skousen School of Business at Grantham University has been awarded the status of Candidate for Accreditation by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE).