Thaddeus Stevens, Eastern Mennonite University Announces Articulation Agreement
LancasterOnline, Lindsey Blest- Students who graduate from Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology can now further their education at Eastern Mennonite University at Lancaster.
Under an articulation agreement signed by college leaders Wednesday, associate degree graduates from Thaddeus Stevens can put their credits toward
“They want to be able to move into management, or they want to have the skill set to be entrepreneurial or run their own business. It's those two pathways that we want to support with this (program),” said Mary Jensen, Eastern Mennonite University at Lancaster's associate provost.
“This program is going to help our students go up the career ladder into management with a degree that will be practical,” Parker said.
The leadership degree will help graduates who want to get into management positions or run their own business, Parker said.
The program is open to anyone who finishes an associate’s degree at Thaddeus Stevens.
It will begin fall 2018, according to Jensen, and can be finished in as little as 16 months.
Thaddeus Stevens has articulation agreements with Millersville University, Elizabethtown College, Shippensburg University, Penn College and Penn State.
“We are excited to have our students be able to go down the road a mile and able to obtain their bachelor's degree,” Parker said.