Secondary articulation provides high school students with an opportunity to earn college
credit for work completed in their high school or career and technical education programs.
The articulation agreement outlines specific guidelines for a seamless transfer from
one institution to the other. Students use articulation agreements to ensure that
the courses they complete in high school will not have to be repeated at Ferris State
Statewide Articulation Agreements
Statewide articulation agreements are formal contracts between the Michigan Department
of Education, the Michigan Office of Career and Technical Education and Ferris State
University. These agreements were developed based on the secondary state-approved
programs curriculum that meet all of the required technical skills and standards.
Explore Articulation Agreements