Incoming Articulation

Cottey College now has incoming articulation with five schools.  Incoming articulation makes it easy for students to transfer from two-year colleges to Cottey to finish a baccalaureate degree.

The five schools are:

Crowder College, Neosho, Missouri - http://crowder.edu
[Crowder guide]               [Crowder tracks]

 

Metropolitan Community College, Kansas City, Missouri - http://mcckc.edu
[MCC guide]       [MCC tracks]

 

North Central Missouri College, Trenton, Missouri - http://ncmissouri.edu
[NCMC guide]    [NCMC tracks]

 

NorthWest Arkansas Community College, Bentonville, Arkansas - http://nwacc.edu
[NWACC guide]     [NWACC tracks]

 

Ozarks Technical College, Springfield, Missouri - http://otc.edu
[OTC guide]        [OTC tracks]

 

Don't see your school?  Cottey College will continue to add new two-year schools to this list.

Cottey College offers six baccalaureate programs of study:  Bachelor of Arts (BA) in business administration; BA in English; BA in environmental studies; BA in international relations and business, with an emphasis in international relations or an emphasis in international business; BA in general liberal arts; and a BA in psychology.

Interdisciplinary Focus

BA degree pro­grams at Cottey are intentionally interdisciplinary and interconnected and collectively create a common experi­ence of learning and accomplishments for every student, regardless of ma­jor. These common experiences are ar­ranged around three threads interwoven throughout the pro­grams' curricula: the threads of women's leadership, social responsibility, and global awareness. The Institute for Women's Leadership and Social Responsibility works with the faculty to offer and incorporate additional educa­tional experiences in women's leadership, social responsibility, and global aware­ness into their class­room instruction, experiential learning assignments, and co-curricular activi­ties. For example, the Institute assists fac­ulty and students in reading and discuss­ing key leadership issues by present­ing organizational challenges, leader­ship behaviors and/ or ethical decisions facing and made by women in the disci­plines of business, English, en­vironmental studies, international relations and business, liberal arts, and psychology. These threads also shape additional courses and events offered to the Cottey campus and Nevada commu­nity under the aus­pices of the Institute.

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