At Georgia Military College, one of our core missions is to provide pathways for the successful transfer of our degree programs and coursework into a four-year institution. Our SACSCOC accreditation ensures that many of the courses you take at GMC will transfer to the four-year program of your choice (See info on transferring course credits). In addition, GMC makes every effort to pursue articulation (transfer) agreements with four-year institutions to make the transition even easier.
What is an Articulation Agreement?
The simplest explanation is that an articulation agreement is a binding agreement between two institutions that guarantees a successful transfer to the four-year institution. The agreements firmly outline the courses and grades that will be guaranteed to transfer into the four-year institution ensuring that students are able to better plan their coursework to match their future educational plans. Most of our articulation agreements guarantee students direct admission into the colleges/universities listed below provided that the student has completed the Associate of Arts (AA) degree or the Associate of Science (AS) degree at GMC.
How Can I Use These Agreements?
Let's provide a scenario where your goal is to gain admittance to a four-year institution to complete your bachelor's degree; however, you did not receive acceptance into their program due to circumstances such as failing to meet their minimum standards for admission. As a great alternative, you can attend one of our many campuses or online programs for your first two years of coursework (at a much reduced price!) and then transfer into the four-year institution of your choice as a junior to complete your degree. Our articulation agreements ensure that most, if not all, of your GMC coursework will seamlessly transfer to the next institution and count towards the attainment of your bachelor's degree. You can see how this serves as a terrific pathway to your bachelor's degree.
GMC has many articulation agreements already in place, and we are adding more every year. The institutions highlighted in red below have provided links to their institution's website. Click the link to access additional information regarding transfer and admissions requirements.
Agreements marked with an * are guaranteed admission agreements. Please note that guaranteed admission is to the institution and not necessarily to all degree programs at that institution as some programs have additional requirements for admission.
Articulation Agreements currently exist with:
- Agnes Scott College*
- Albany State University*
- Argosy University*
- Armstrong State University*
- Art Institute of Atlanta (AIA)
- Ashford University*
- Atlanta Metropolitan State College*
- Auburn University at Montgomery*
- Augusta University's College of Education
- Augusta University's Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (Social Work)
- Berry College*
- Brenau University*
- Brewton-Parker College*
- Carson-Newman University*
- Columbus State University
- Dalton State College*
- Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU)
- Emmanuel College*
- Fort Valley State University*
- Georgia College & State University*
- Georgia Gwinnett College*
- Georgia Southwestern State University*
- Georgia Southern University*
- Georgia State University*
- Kaplan University*
- Kennesaw State University*
- LaGrange College*
- Mercer University*
- Middle Georgia State University*
- Norwich University*
- Oglethorpe University*
- Paine College*
- Park University*
- Piedmont College*
- Point University*
- Reinhardt University*
- Saint Leo University*
- Savannah State University*
- Shorter University*
- South College-Atlanta Campus
- Southern New Hampshire University*
- Strayer University*
- Tennessee State University*
- The Citadel*
- Thomas University*
- Toccoa Falls College*
- Trident University International*
- Troy University
- University of North Georgia
- Valdosta State University*
- Wesleyan College*
- Western Kentucky University*
- Young Harris College*
Find out more about transferring credits from Georgia Military College or contact your academic advisor.