How the Articulation Credit Works
MATC students can receive UVU credit for non-credit coursework completed at the Mountainland Applied Technology College (MATC) through the Credit Articulation Agreement. This satisfies a requirement toward an AAS Degree in Technology. MATC programs in the following areas that meet or exceed 900 hours are eligible:
- Business Technology
- Culinary Arts I & II
- Information Technolgy
- Medical Assistant
- Medical Billing and Coding
- Pipe Welding Processes
- Practical Nursing
- Welding Technology
Students who want to transfer from MATC to UVU must meet UVU admission requirements, provide an official transcript, and pay all application and admission fees associated with getting UVU credit and acceptance. MATC students can receive 14 credit hours toward the degree's Core Requirements and 16 credit hours toward the degree's Elective Requirements for a total of 30 credit hours. Students are unable to transfer these credits to other UVU programs or to other USHE credit institutions.
Receive UVU Degree Credit for MATC Coursework
MATC students can satisfy 30 credits in UVU's AAS Degree in Technology. These credits are listed below:
Expand Your Career Portential With An AAS Degree
The UVU Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Technology is ideal for MATC students because it is designed for individuals working in a technical area who have considerable work experience and/or have specialized certifications, licenses, and apprenticeships.
Building upon the specializations students receive from MATC, the AAS Degree in Technology includes core courses to provide fundamental knowledge of the latest technologies and elective courses so students can explore and learn skills across broader technical areas. There is also a required supervisory course where students learn skills to manage workers. Students who graduate with an AAS Degree in Technology can also continue their education by going on to pursue a Bachelor's Degree in Technology Management.
Before admission to the AAS Technology Program, MATC students must meet with the program advisor at UVU and complete an AAS Technology Advising Sheet. Once this document is signed, it becomes the articulation contract between the student and UVU. Take your first step today by contacting an advisor at UVU.
- Advisor: Carrie Peterson
- Office: CS 635a
- Phone: 801-863-7454
- Email: email@example.com