Transfer student articulation agreements

As a transfer student, you greatly benefit from the transfer credit relationships Mount Ida College maintains with two-year colleges, community colleges and other international schools. Starting your college career at one of these partner schools and finishing your degree program at Mount Ida streamlines your transfer of credits.

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These relationships, known as articulation agreements or transfer agreements, simplify and maximize the transfer credit process. They are examples of the greater role Mount Ida plays in the academic community. No matter when in your college career you choose to transfer to Mount Ida, we’re here to help you achieve your goals.

Articulation agreements and accepted transfer student majors

Admission to Mount Ida, including acceptance into your chosen major as a transfer student, requires that you meet the articulation agreement criteria. Ask transfer counselors at your current school for the details of the articulation agreement as it applies to your situation.

Currently, Mount Ida honors articulation agreements or transfer agreements with these community colleges and schools for these specific majors:

Bristol Community College

  • Funeral service

Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising

  • Fashion design
  • Fashion merchandising
  • Graphic design
  • Interior design

Holyoke Community College

  • Funeral service

Massasoit Community College

  • Graphic design
  • Funeral service

Santa Monica College

  • Business administration
  • Fashion design
  • Fashion merchandising
  • Graphic design
  • Interior design
  • Liberal studies

Roxbury Community College

  • Business administration
  • Hotel and tourism management
  • Management
  • Sports management

Japan College of Foreign Language (course equivalents up to 32 credits, depending on major)

  • Business administration
  • Liberal studies

Osaka College (in Japan)

  • Veterinary technology

Contact our transfer student admission team with your questions at (617) 928-4553 or at admissions@mountida.edu.