Westchester Community College Articulation Agreements

The Fashion Institute of Technology has transfer agreements with schools on this list. Students who are interested in a move to the FIT are encouraged to speak with a home school transfer counsellor. This articulation agreement allows students to apply for FIT licensing courses in: Direct and Interactive Marketing, herkimers A.A.S. students of Business Fashion Buying and Merchandising who have a GPA of 3.0; Entrepreneurship The development of domestic products International Trade and Marketing or Production Management. In the event of admission, students are admitted as a junior (fifth semester) and can obtain their bachelor`s degree in at least two years. Approved April 19, 2016 You have gained knowledge inside and outside the classroom. For this reason, we offer you the opportunity to obtain college credits based on relevant academic knowledge, military and personnel experience and a portfolio review. The articulation agreement between the Fashion Institute of Technology and Bergen Community College allows students and graduates of mountain fashion design, A.A.S. program to apply for the FIT in Fabric Styling bachelor`s program. In the event of admission, students are admitted as a junior (fifth semester) and can obtain their bachelor`s degree in at least two years.

Approved May 23, 2018 If this is the case, ask your associate college to send the official copy of your course to the New York Tech Office of Admissions. Make sure the transcript reflects the course, credit and grade earned, so that the transfer credit class can be accurately accounted for. The articulation agreement between the Fashion Institute of Technology and Bergen Community College allows students and graduates of the mountain fashion design, A.A.S. program, to apply for FIT`s technical design degree. In the event of admission, students are admitted as a junior (fifth semester) and can obtain their bachelor`s degree in at least two years. Graduates of Bergen`s Fashion Apparel Design program must take a 3-credit course designed to meet the SUNY general education requirement for science, and a 3-credit course in one of the following categories for general education: social sciences, Western civilization, Arts, Letters, Foreign Languages, Other World Civilizations or Foreign Languages, before enrolling in the Tech Design curriculum. Approved from January 9, 2019 to June 1, 2020 In order to help you get an advance on the end of your degree, we will consider the college courses you completed in high school for transfer credits.