Articulation Agreements By College

Articulation Agreements By College

Marywood University provides transfer guides and articulation agreements to assist students in determining how the courses they have taken at local and community colleges will transfer to Marywood's undergraduate degree programs.

Undergraduate

CollegeArea of Study
Broome-Tioga Board of Cooperative Ed. Services (BOCES) Nursing
Career Tech of Lackawanna County Nursing
Lackawanna College Criminal Justice
Lackawanna College Nursing
Lackawanna College
Luzerne County Community College Human Services
Luzerne County Community College
Luzerne County Community College Architecture
Northampton Community College
SUNY Broome Photography
SUNY Broome Graphic Design
SUNY Broome Accounting
SUNY Broome Art Therapy
SUNY Broome Nursing
SUNY Broome Criminal Justice: Corrections
SUNY Broome Criminal Justice: Police
SUNY Broome Nutrition and Dietetics
Sussex County Community College Graphic Design

Graduate

CollegeArea of Study

Marywood University - Hodges University Agreement

Marywood University will accept graduates of Hodges' Master of Arts in Visual Communication program with a 3.0 or higher QPA into the Marywood Master of Fine Arts, Visual Arts degree program.  Students must complete the remaining coursework at Marywood, either online or at the Scranton campus.

Sixty semester credit hours are required.  Marywood will accept thirty-two credits in transfer from Hodges University. Twenty-eight credits must be taken at Marywood University.   

Course Equivalencies:

Hodges University Marywood University
DDG 5910 History of Communication Design ART 500W History of Graphic Design
DDG 5920 Visual Communication Theory ART 549W Aesthetics
DDG 5930 Design Strategies ART 560A Creative Problem Solving I
DDG 5940 Organizational Innovation and Leadership ART 551W Professional Practices I
DDG 5950 Visual Culture and Social Media
DDG 6100 Managing Design Projects and Teams Art 560E Creative Problem Solving
DDG 6230 Design for a Global Economy ART 643W Conceptual Exercises
DDG 6400 Studio Lab ART 645W Visual Solutions/ART 646W Communication Concepts
DDG 6505 Design Research ART 546W Design Research
DDG 6530 Thesis ART 560C,D Creative Problem Solving III & IV