MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University and Motlow State Community College have signed an articulation agreement that will provide students seeking a bachelor’s degree with a seamless transfer process into Murray State’s Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business.
The agreement will allow students to transfer their existing college credits toward a bachelor’s degree at Murray State, ensuring no disruptions in their collegiate careers.
Representatives from both universities met to sign the agreement March 2 in the Presidential Suite of the CFSB Center.
“The Murray State University Bauernfeind College of Business is excited to be a team player in this business articulation agreement with Motlow State Community College,” said Dr. Tim Todd, dean of the Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business. “This will open more doors for students and their success, and we are honored to partner with MSCC President Michael Torrence and his faculty and staff to make this business administration articulation a reality.”
“The partnership provides our students the ability to matriculate to an institution with excellent faculty and a great reputation,” said Dr. Michael Torrence, Motlow State Community College president. “Moreover, Murray State University has a commitment that is imperative to our students’ success. We will continue to strengthen and seek out the best programs for Motlow students. Institutionally, we want to align with and provide access to institutions where Motlow students can take advantage of the options and advantages offered within our state and region.”
The Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business prepares students for careers in the dynamic environments of business, information technology and data analytics, public and private organizations, and mass communications. Emphasizing teaching, research and broad-based service, the college espouses and embraces the same values as Murray State University: accessibility, academic freedom, accountability, diversity, excellence, integrity, a nurturing environment, shared governance and student-centered learning.