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SCC, SEMO sign articulation agreement for business program transfer students

Officials from Southeast Missouri State University and St. Charles Community College signed an articulation agreement on Wednesday, Dec. 10, to promote a seamless transfer for business students.

The agreement provides students who have earned an Associate of Arts or Associate of Applied Science degree in business administration at SCC the opportunity to complete a bachelor’s degree in business at Southeast Missouri State University.

(From left) John Bookstaver, Ph.D., SCC dean of business, science, education, math and computer science; Chris Breitmeyer, SCC vice president for academic and student affairs; Ron Chesbrough, Ph.D., St. Charles Community College president; Kenneth Dobbins, Ph.D., Southeast Missouri State University president; and Charles McAllister, Ph.D., Southeast Missouri State University associate professor of accounting.

(From left) John Bookstaver, Ph.D., SCC dean of business, science, education, math and computer science; Chris Breitmeyer, SCC vice president for academic and student affairs; Ron Chesbrough, Ph.D., St. Charles Community College president; Kenneth Dobbins, Ph.D., Southeast Missouri State University president; and Charles McAllister, Ph.D., Southeast Missouri State University associate professor of accounting.

Any student who has earned an Associate of Arts or Associate of Applied Science degree in business administration at SCC, and adheres to the transfer guidelines, is guaranteed SEMO will accept designated freshman and sophomore education credits and all general education credits and will apply them to the bachelor’s degree in a manner consistent with the transfer guidelines. Students have the opportunity to complete their Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree at SEMO online.

“This agreement offers SCC students who transfer from to Southeast Missouri State University a great opportunity,” said John Bookstaver, SCC dean of business, science, education, math and computer science. “We can only hope for many more fruitful collaborations between our two fine institutions.”

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