University Pathways

An articulation agreement is a formal, signed, written agreement between two educational institutions. It outlines the kind of transfer credit or advanced standing that a student might be granted, based on studies at one school, upon entering a specific and related academic program at the other school.

Articulation agreements are sometimes referred to as transfer agreements, transfer pathways or diploma to degree pathways.

University Pathways

Acadia/Community Recreational Leadership/Community Development or Recreation Management

  • University: Acadia
  • Program: Community Recreational Leadership
  • Degree: Bachelors of Community Development or Bachelor of Recreation Management
  • Contract expiry: 11-02-2015
  • Details:

    ​ CRLT grads can be granted 60 transfer credits towards a 120 credit Bachelor of Community Development. Students must complete Calculus I (determined to be the equivalent of grade 12 Nova Scotia academic math by Jessica Brown of Acadia) before entering the program, or take/pass Math 0110 during their first semester in the program.



Last Modified: November 1, 2016