(Wausau, WI) - Northcentral Technical College (NTC) in Wausau and UW-Platteville in Platteville are proud to announce a new articulation agreement for the Architectural Design and Technology graduates. Students graduating from the Architectural Design and Technology Associate Degree program at NTC will be able to seamlessly enter the Building Construction Management program at UW-Platteville and earn their bachelor’s degree in just two years.
“The opportunity for our students to utilize the articulation agreement with UW-Platteville will be a great inclusion into our architectural design and technology program,” says Greg Cisewski, Associate Dean of Technical and Trades at NTC. “The benefits will be felt by students who graduate our program and then later in life who want to advance their training to stay more competitive in their field.”
"UW-Platteville is excited to provide the opportunity for students to further their education in a streamlined manner and thus continue to enhance the workforce in Wisconsin and elsewhere," says Jodi McDermott, assistant dean of the College of Business, Industry, Life Science and Agriculture.
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