Unity College currently has articulation agreements with Husson University, Vermont Law School, Chatham University, and Clarkson University, providing our students with priority status in the graduate school application process or providing scholarships exclusive to Unity College graduates.

Scholarship exclusively for Unity College students pays for 65% of cost of MBA.

Unity College/Chatham University

Unity College has an articulation agreement with Chatham’s School of Sustainability and the Environment (SSE). This agreement covers students from Unity College seeking to gain entry to the Master of Sustainability program of Chatham’s SSE. Chatham University will guarantee an interview from the Master of Sustainability program for each qualified applicant from Unity College. Each qualified applicant must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.3 and submit all application materials before the January deadline. Admissions materials include: three letters of recommendation from faculty or direct work supervisors; a one- to two-page letter explaining the motivation to join a trans-disciplinary sustainability program; a copy of their most recent transcript; and a completed application form.

For more information contact the Unity College Registrar’s Office.

Unity College/Clarkson University

Unity College has articulation agreements in conjunction with Clarkson University’s Bachelor of Science Environmental Engineering, Master of Science in Environmental Science and Engineering, and Master of Science in Environmental Politics and Governance programs. Students must have a minimum grade point average of 3.25 and meet program specific provisions to be considered for acceptance into Clarkson University in conjunction with the Articulation Agreements.

For more information contact the Unity College Registrar’s Office.

Unity College/Husson University Partnership

Unity College has an agreement with Husson University to permit students accelerated progress towards either a Master of Business Administration degree or a Master of Science in Criminal Justice Administration degree. Students earn the BA or BS from Unity at the end of the fourth year and the MBA or MSCJA from Husson at the end of the fifth year. Graduate course work begins in the fourth year on the Unity campus with one graduate course in the fall term and one in the spring term. A six-credit internship or course work is completed during the summer at Husson University between fourth and fifth years. In the fifth year, students take graduate course work on the Husson campus or at the Husson South Portland Center.

The two courses taken at Unity College must be from the list of designated 4000- level courses. The student must meet the general requirements in the 4000-level course and complete a project that represents beginning graduate level work. The specific project requirements will be established by the course instructor and will include at a minimum a research paper, presentation, or similar product of substance and quality.

Unity College students interested in completing a master’s degree in this five-year program will apply for admission to either the Husson University Masters in Business Administration program or the MS in Criminal Justice Administration program in the second semester of their junior year. The admission requirements include:

A completed application, two letters of recommendation, and submission of transcripts (with student consent) for all undergraduate course work completed to date. It is expected that candidates will have an undergraduate GPA of a 3.0 or better. Exceptions to this standard may be made on a case-by-case-basis. Initial acceptance into the graduate program will be provisional.

Students must complete the two graduate level courses in their senior year with grades of B or better and maintain an overall GPA of 3.0 or better. Upon completion of their undergraduate program of study and award of the baccalaureate degree, students will be admitted to regular status in the Master of Business Administration or the M.S. in Criminal Justice Administration program.

For more information contact the Unity College Registrar’s Office.

Unity College/Vermont Law School

Unity College has an articulation agreement with Vermont’s Law School for students interested in pursuing their Juris Doctor (JD), Master of Environmental Law Policy (MELP) or Joint JD/MELP. Unity students interested in attending Vermont Law School must meet certain criteria including: completing all requirements for Unity bachelor’s degree program; must have completed a minimum of 60 credits
toward a bachelor’s degree in residence at Unity College; have minimum grade point averages that meet or exceeds the average GPA of the first-year JD or MELP class in residence at Vermont Law School at the time of the student’s application; have a current LSAT score that meets or exceeds the average LSAT score of the first-year JD class in residence at Vermont Law School at the time of application (LSAT scores are not needed for MELP applicants); two positive letters from Unity faculty recommending the student; and there must be no evidence of character or fitness concerns that would generally disqualify the applicant from admission into Vermont Law School.

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