The North Carolina Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) is a statewide agreement governing the transfer of credits between NC community colleges and NC public universities and has as its objective the smooth transfer of students.
All CAA transfer degree plans demonstrate how an undergraduate degree can be completed. Prior credit, course availability, prerequisites, major requirements, and student needs must be considered in developing the individual academic pathway for each student, in consultation with the academic advisor.
ECU is in compliance with the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement.
The Uniform Articulations Agreement promotes educational advancement opportunities for Associate in Engineering completers and the constituent institutions of The University of North Carolina in order to complete Bachelor of Science in Engineering degrees.
The Uniform Articulation Agreement promotes educational advancement opportunities for registered nurses moving between North Carolina Community Colleges and the constituent institutions of The University of North Carolina in order to complete Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.
North Carolina’s Reverse Transfer Program is a state initiative in which students are rewarded for credit they have already earned or will earn at the four year university. The program is designed to award an associate degree to students who previously attended a North Carolina Community College and fulfilled the associate degree requirements while working towards a bachelor’s degree at a North Carolina university. Please see the official Reverse Transfer Program FAQ’s for eligibility and additional resources.
The following are transfer degree plans for students completing an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) under the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA).
The following presents a uniform, statewide academic progression agreement that will promote educational advancement opportunities for registered nurses moving between North Carolina community colleges and the constituent institutions of The University of North Carolina in order to complete BSN degrees. To be eligible for transfer credits, students must enter a North Carolina community college associate degree nursing program fall 2015 or later, and complete the curriculum as noted in the Uniform Articulation Agreement (outlined below).
If you have any questions about transfer credits or equivalency please contact the Registrar's office at firstname.lastname@example.org.