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Delgado, UNO renew transfer agreement for business degrees

NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Delgado Community College students who complete an associate degree in business administration can still earn a bachelor's of science degree from University of New Orleans' College of Business Administration.

Nola.com/The Times-Picayune (http://bit.ly/1GkDaFR) reports the two schools renewed their 2+2 articulation agreement Monday for a period of three years.

The agreement allows Delgado students with an associate degree in business administration to be admitted as juniors in UNO's College of Business Administration if they meet UNO's admissions requirements. Students can transfer up to 60 credit hours toward the 120 hours needed for a UNO bachelor's degree.

UNO participates in at least two other articulation agreements with Delgado: one in American sign language, another in allied health. UNO also holds a similar agreement with Nunez Community College in business administration.

Information from: The Times-Picayune, http://www.nola.com

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